Entdecken Sie hier reduzierte Filme und Serien auf DVD oder Blu-ray. Kunden, die diesen Artikel gekauft haben, kauften auch. Film "Croupier". Der britische Regisseur Mike Hodges kommt zurück mit einem Film über Zocker und einem, der nicht länger mitspielen will. Croupier ist ein britischer Neo-Noir- Film vonunter der Regie von Mike Hodges mit Clive Owen. Der Film zog eine starke kritische Anhängerschaft in.
total klassischDer Croupier. Ein erfolgloser Autor jobbt im Casino und beobachtet die Leute am Spieltisch - mit Sympathie und Verachtung. Bewertung. Stars. Bewertung. Croupier. Kategorie. Neo Noir. Land. FRA/UK/GER/IRL. Erscheinungsjahr. Darsteller. Clive Owen, Kate Hardie, Alex Kingston, Gina McKee, Nicholas Ball. Der Croupier ein Film von Mike Hodges mit Alex Kingston, Kate Hardie. Inhaltsangabe: Jack Manfred (Clive Owen) war ein guter Croupier, der bei seinem.
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Paul Mayersberg Writer. Jonathan Cavendish Producer. James Mitchell Executive Producer. Christine Ruppert Producer. Simon Fisher-Turner Original Music.
Michael Garfath Cinematographer. Les Healey Film Editor. Leo Davis Casting. Jon Bunker Production Designer. Top Critic.
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View All Critic Reviews Sep 28, Croupier is an excellent British noir film. Clive Owen is great in the lead role and proves that voice over can work very well hard to imagine the film without it.
The film is somewhere between a thriller and a drama. Croupier watches more like a mystery, keeping the viewer in wonder as to how it is going to turn out.
Overall, the film is very well put together and a solid recommendation. Robert B Super Reviewer. Feb 21, Clive Owen is an English actor.
He first gained recognition in the United Kingdom for playing the lead role in the ITV series Chancer from to He received critical acclaim for his work in the film Close My Eyes before earning international attention for his performance as a struggling writer in Croupier An international co-production between France, the United States, and the United Kingdom, the film is inspired by Domino Harvey, the English daughter of stage and screen actor Laurence Harvey, who became a Los Angeles bounty hunter.
The film is dedicated to Harvey, who died at age 35 from an overdose of fentanyl on June 27, , a few months before the film was released.
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He finds himself drawn into the casino world and the job gradually takes over his life; his relationship with girlfriend Marion begins to deteriorate.
One gambler in particular catches his attention: Jani, whom he starts to see outside of working hours - a serious violation of casino rules.
Jani is down on her luck; under pressure from her creditors she approaches Jack, asking him to be the inside man for a planned heist at the casino.
Jack carefully considers the odds; it all looks so simple, but even a professional like Jack can't predict the cards he will be dealt.
Matt Kate Hardie Bella Ozzie Yue Tchai Joanna E. Agnes Manfred Heiden Tchai's Bodyguard Alex Kingston Jani de Villiers Ciro de Chiara Cheat Rhona Mitra Reynolds at one stage asks him the current count at the Blackjack table.
Jack insists it is -9, the manager insists it is -8 to which Jack confides smugly to himself "It had taken him 45 minutes but Jack now had Mr.
Reynolds number. The man couldn't count. Reynolds can count. Quotes [ first lines ] Jack : [ self reflection ] Now he had become the still center of that spinning wheel of misfortune.
The world turned 'round him leaving him miraculously untouched. The croupier had reached his goal. He no longer heard the sound of the ball.
User Reviews A good film but not as satisfying as I would have liked 24 May by bob the moo — See all my reviews. Was this review helpful to you?
Yes No Report this. Add the first question. Language: English. Critic Roger Ebert gave the film three stars, remarking that the point of the film was not the plot, but the atmosphere and characterization.
He also lauded the realistic depiction of the casino itself. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification.
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Release date. The movie was directed by Mike Hodges , whose " Get Carter " is one of the best of the hard-boiled British crime movies.
It was written by Paul Mayersberg " The Man Who Fell to Earth ," " Eureka " , who must have done his research, since the casino scenes feel real: This isn't an unconvincing movie casino even though it was built on a set in Germany , but a convincing portrayal of one of those smaller London operations where the plush and the gilt and the tuxedos on the gorillas at the door don't quite cover the tarnish.
The plot is more than we bargained for. I will not hint at the details, which lead to an unexpected and satisfactory but not entirely convincing ending.
The point of the movie is not the plot, but the character and the atmosphere; Hodges is bemused by Jack Manfred, who thinks he can stand outside his own life, control it, figure the odds and turn it into a novel.
The choice of Clive Owen as the star is a good one.