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The Strange Ones (German Edition) eBook: Vanis, Raven: lklk.eu: Kindle Store. Im Thriller-Drama The Strange Ones stoßen zwei Brüder bei ihrem Road Trip durch die Wildnis der USA auf unheimliche Geheimnisse. Zurück zur Übersicht. Diverses. The Strange Ones. Von Christopher Radcliff, Lauren Wolkstein, USA/ Erinnerung aktivieren - kostenlos. Erinnere mich.

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The Strange Ones ist ein amerikanischer Dramafilm aus dem Jahr , der von Christopher Radcliff und Lauren Wolkstein gedreht und von Christopher Radcliff geschrieben wurde. Die Filmstars Alex Pettyfer, James Freedson-Jackson, Emily Althaus, Gene. The Strange Ones ein Film von Christopher Radcliff und Lauren Wolkstein mit Alex Pettyfer, James Freedson-Jackson. Inhaltsangabe: Der Trip zweier Brüder. Im Thriller-Drama The Strange Ones stoßen zwei Brüder bei ihrem Road Trip durch die Wildnis der USA auf unheimliche Geheimnisse. Nach dem gewaltsamen Tod ihres Vaters begeben sich die beiden Brüder Nick und Sam auf eine Reise quer durch die USA und suchen dort. Übersetzung im Kontext von „The strange ones“ in Englisch-Deutsch von Reverso Context: My supervisor says I'm good with the strange ones. lklk.eu - Kaufen Sie The strange ones günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. The Strange Ones. 1 Std. 21 Min+. Mysterious events surround two travelers, presumably brothers, as they make their way across a remote American​.

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Nach dem gewaltsamen Tod ihres Vaters begeben sich die beiden Brüder Nick und Sam auf eine Reise quer durch die USA und suchen dort. Im Thriller-Drama The Strange Ones stoßen zwei Brüder bei ihrem Road Trip durch die Wildnis der USA auf unheimliche Geheimnisse. Übersetzung im Kontext von „The strange ones“ in Englisch-Deutsch von Reverso Context: My supervisor says I'm good with the strange ones.

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However nuanced and artful, the nightmarish unease is laid on so thick that, in combination with the cryptic narrative, it gradually turns to murk.

Sheri Linden. It's an artful, boundary-pushing debut from Radcliffe and Wolkstein, with breakthrough performances from Freedson-Jackson, and Pettyfer, perhaps signaling a new direction in his career.

Katie Walsh. A film where even the quiet moments matter and each decision somehow ties into everything else that unfolds.

Richard Propes. Elissa Suh. This moody, visually-compelling film doesn't do enough psychological heavy-lifting to earn its indulgence in sensationalized taboo.

Josh Goller. It isn't just how "The Strange Ones" is framed that's so compelling, but how Pettyfer and Freedson-Jackson both hold their own on screen, no small task when the weight of the film is largely on their shoulders.

Stephen Saito. With these performers milking every moment for "feeling" and "meaning," the emotional dynamics become stunningly obvious.

Michael Sragow. The Strange Ones is an elegant drama whose ending becomes poignant and elegiac. Brought to life by stellar acting and engrossing yet straightforward directing, the more the audience discovers, the more hypnotic everything becomes.

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- Katharina Kappler hat diesen Pin entdeckt. Entdecke (und sammle) deine eigenen Pins bei Pinterest. The Strange Ones (German Edition) eBook: Vanis, Raven: lklk.eu: Kindle Store. Zurück zur Übersicht. Diverses. The Strange Ones. Von Christopher Radcliff, Lauren Wolkstein, USA/ Erinnerung aktivieren - kostenlos. Erinnere mich. Supergrass galten als diejenigen Brit-Popper, die nicht erwachsen werden durften. Ein wenig waren sie auch selbst dran schuld. In ihren. The Strange Ones Never Have I Ever. And it is repeated again at the end of the film by this ick-factor-level camp director who tells Sam that Morgan Walking Dead can control his Controlled - Bewahren Sie Ruhe. Did I get what that would look like right? The film Rupert Grint Filme to much in the air and doesn't allow the viewer to immerse themselves in the film. The plot is unsteady and inconsistent because Sam is unsteady and inconsistent.

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Sheri Linden. It's an artful, boundary-pushing debut from Radcliffe and Wolkstein, with breakthrough performances from Freedson-Jackson, and Pettyfer, perhaps signaling a new direction in his career.

Katie Walsh. A film where even the quiet moments matter and each decision somehow ties into everything else that unfolds. Richard Propes.

Elissa Suh. This moody, visually-compelling film doesn't do enough psychological heavy-lifting to earn its indulgence in sensationalized taboo.

Josh Goller. It isn't just how "The Strange Ones" is framed that's so compelling, but how Pettyfer and Freedson-Jackson both hold their own on screen, no small task when the weight of the film is largely on their shoulders.

Stephen Saito. With these performers milking every moment for "feeling" and "meaning," the emotional dynamics become stunningly obvious. Michael Sragow.

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Nick is in Sams head he made him up to help him cope even killed him for his mind to make him more real … remember the dinner where Nicks cup disappeared?

The girl that owned the hotel obviously saw Nick. There is no way to unexplain that. Also the neighbor girl referred to Nick as well.

I want to know, what was up with the black cat? None of you have mentioned it. The movie was vague in many aspects but that was the point anyway but in my opinion not to the extent that I thought Sam had a shattered psyche and everything I saw on screen for 90 minutes was not what it had appeared to be.

I took it for what it was. No theories needed. BTW I believe this movie was loosely based or at least heavily inspired by a case here in my home state of Florida from back in They cut out the parts involving his brother Derek.

From the bat to the head, fire and being manipulated, molested and hidden by Rick Chavis. Almost exact except for some dramatic additions. The story is about Alex King and Rick Chavis.

Even the cult, which was really a sanctuary for kids who committed murder, is a real place…Estrella Vista. For a long time, I had the same theory as two other commenters above had — that it was actually the boy who was gay and in love with the man, while the man was more of a surrogate father wanting to protect the boy.

To my understanding, the long film is based on the short film. So I just watched the short thanks to the person who put the link above , and in the short it seems more clear at the end that the man is the abuser.

So apparently my theory that the man was a surrogate father was wrong. He was in fact abusing the boy. As I thought about if Nick was real or not, and started going back to scenes to verify that nobody mentions Nick by name but Sam, one thing that seems to stand out in favor of Nick IS Sam.

At no point does it show Sam sustaining an arm injury. It does however, show Nick being shot in the arm in the woods. Also, the teen work camp thing confuses me.

He just happened to walk up onto a teen work camp? Or was he sent there by the court system? Why does he tell his friend he would like to try farming and raising animals.

Well… you missed the animals… The black cat is always there… cat is the symbol of femininity, Black cat is of course symbol of witchcraft, curse… and it follows and leads…anywhere the deer Nick hits is the same the one his dad shot.

Nick wants to stay, Sam wants to go, they go. This is an adaptation of the Alex and Derek King true story. Sam is Alex.

The teens changed their story several times especially Alex who once admitted to being the mastermind. Alex was even so clever as to alter is grammer in writing to make himself appear to be even more of a victim.

He was truly a victim due to the convicted pedophile neighbors grooming and sexual assault. Look up Estrella Vista. That was the camp in the film.

Much like the founder of Estrella Vista in Texas. So Sam is not Nick. Hope this helps. I just finished the movie and turned it off half way thru…to me , it was way too convaluted and incoherent.

IMO there was alot of smoke and mirrors in the build up to the last 10 mins. I could see why that might be a common opinion IF that was indeed the reality of the film.

As is the reappearance of the cat, and the appearances of deer in the film. This film is that unfolding. Thats why scenes are scattered, and come to him in pieces.

But again… the cave. He knows to enter into it as a means to clarify everything. Thank you for sharing your review T.

Powerfully expressed. After watching the film I wanted to see what others thought, so, here I am. Firstly, the direction, performances and editing were moving, incredibly well-done.

However, this is a movie which is dealing with the extremely horrendous subjects abuse, murder, manipulation, mental illness, grief , depicted in a quiet and humanistic way.

I agree, the directors and screenplay appear to convey all of the above are taking place within the film.

I disagree with the commentor who felt Nick was not having a sexual relationship with Sam. As the audience, we see the uncomfortable intimacy this is child abuse ; clearly, one does have more influence over this situation, both are emotionally manipulating each other to a degree, in a deeply twisted relationship.

There are many hints, which is what the film-makers have taken time to weave into this story. Truly uncomfortable and wrong, between this man and a preteen boy.

The camp seems self explanatory to me, a structured place where troubled kids are rehabilitated with care. The plot is plain as day.

Nick and Sam are in a relationship. Maybe Sam killed his father and Nick came in or maybe Nick came in while Sams father was abusing Sam… Nick cares about Sam in a paternal or fraternal way.

Try looking at the movie with your mind out of the gutter. Sam was so screwed up, he caused Nick to be killed. He grew up abused and no one in the neighborhood helped him.

Sam was schizophrenic. I too, especially hated that memory crap posited by the camp director. CPS asked Sam whether Nick was sexual with him. Sarah told Sam that her mother knew someone who had dated Nick.

The plot is unsteady and inconsistent because Sam is unsteady and inconsistent. I think the misdirection is intentional… A philosophical debate of what is each of our realities and truly we all do have different realities.

Imagine if the directors had just made it straight forward… There would be no debate here. I admire there willingness to take this challenge and make a film that can have 6 perceptions.

Does Nick even really die? Remember Nick mentions he went into the cave and never came out again. It kind of makes me think of that series Dark, also a magical cave.

Still too much is left in the air and there I agree the directors did push the illusory nature of reality too far… And needed to just give us a bit more detail ….

His familiar? He cared for him, wanted him to stand up for himself and also let him know that he had his back if anything went down.

He seemed more like he was protecting him and Sam began to fall in love with him. When Sam got jealous of Nick and that girl and sabotaged it all and messed their hiding spot out, you realize Sam is kind of selfish.

When the film ends with Sam walking into the cave that Nick said he spent a night in and came out a new man, we are seeing Sam rewind in his mind and start a new recording over of his past to restart a new life of his psyche.

The acting by Alex Pettyfer was mysterious and nerve-wracking. Trying to figure out the ambiguity of these two was mind-boggling.

James Freedson-Jackson makes evil manipulation look easy. Great acting from both actors and an absolute mind-bending journey. Briana, I think hit on it closest.

Sam is physically abused by his father. He is locked away in his room the whole time his father is gone. He plays out all kinds of different scenarios in his head.

This is why the story jumps all over the place. This cracks his mind further and he can no longer trust his own creations. So they get twisted.

This is what brings about the changesin the return to parts of his stories. As they break down, Sam becomes more fragile.

Hiding in the barn is a time when he was locked away without water, for example. His mind tries one last time to create some sense of past normalcy, the cat.

Knowing the only escape is death, his twisted mind takes him to the busiest road in the middle of nowhere, creates the cat for him to seek out one last time.

Any ladt things we see are created as a result of dying. The movie is deep but not that deep and Sam and Nick are definitely 2 people.

I just think Sam was abused by both him and his father. It reminded me of the guys from the Leaving Neverland documentary because they too were left with very skewed ideas of what real love is and what is abuse.

I found this to be the most disturbing note of the whole movie. This would be a 4th theory. Sam was in love with Nick, and that was his primary reason for not wanting to move.

Despite the beatings, it was being separated from Nick that pushed him over the edge. It was jealously that caused him to tell the manager that his brother was a liar.

In the end Sam distraught with the death of Nick. We watch that weird scene where he gets hit by car, then he returns to that cave where Nick said he went in and came out and it was like it was a different time.

The fact that Sam May have been in love with Nick was breeched in the movie itself makes the entire project trash. Just some gross deranged story.

No, Sam is not Nick. And Nick is not Sam. They are two separate people who had a physical relationship of some kind, and Sam ultimately fell in love with Nick reminiscent of the Derek and Alex King murders.

Sam was also jealous of Kelly. Sam is seen channel surfing and.. Sam becomes worried that Nick might leave him or — If they stay at the motel longterm like Nick wants — Sam will have even less time with Nick.

Nick may have even purposefully wanted to make Sam jealous by flirting with Kelly to keep him submissive and always wanting him more. I can have anyone that I want.

Yes, but not literally. Sam is being abused by his father, and Nick was also abused by his father. This is what generates the bond between them.

Nick loves Sam, but not in an abusive sexual way. He longs to give Sam the love and nurturing that he never had. He also wants to give him the courage to fight back, which he never did.

Nick sees himself in Sam and wants to give him the love and the father that he never had. It is Sam who has fallen in love with Nick.

So when Sam does kill his father, all Nick can do is protect him. There is no evidence in the film of Nick abusing Sam sexually, not even forensic.

There is however a deep and abiding love and protectiveness on the part of Nick towards Sam. And there is a deep, underlying resentment on the part of Sam towards Nick, who understands that even though he has killed his father, he will never get from Nick what he really wants.

The end is weird. Why does the camp leader mention his arm. And he enters, seeking the rebirth, comfort, nurturing and love that Nick had promised?

All the facts really happened, BUT, the kid can manipulate them in his mind to change or omit the bad parts. For example, he finds the cat after killing his father and after he and Nick gave the house to the flames which is the real thing that happened.

There also an argument so it is not possible that Sam and Nick are the same person. In this case is the KID it is undeniable, he is the protagonist, and he is present throughout the all movie , so … how can he drive?

He is wearing the same hoodie, brown shorts and brown shoes in the following scenes:. This makes me think the epilogue part is just his last thoughts, kind of mixed up visions: — being back to the farm — going into the cave — talking to Gary …So he only imagines telling he killed his dad.

Kind of guilty conscience. In reality he conveniently blamed Nick for the murder. I also have the feeling he only makes up the inappropriate parts of their relationship to give a more believable reason for Nick to have done it.

The relationship between Sam and Nick is consensual. Not abusive and it might even be Sam who pursued the sexual relationship with Nick.

The first tell is where Sam gently strokes Nick on the nose in the truck. Another tell was when the camera showed a shot of the bed the two of them had been sleeping in, with the other bed untouched.

And the scene with Nick in the shower…why would he masturbate in the shower if he was abusing Sam and Sam was present?

Seems like that would have been an opportunity for said abuse. The affection he shows could be a kindred spirit type thing and not sexual at all.

Possibilty 4: Nick is literally Sam. The cave is a portal. Nick says outright, I was a little older than you.

Maybe a lot of time?? I came out of the cave, I had changed. I was the same person, but it was like I had traveled through time. Everything was the same but different….

Then he went back to help and comfort his child self who was physically abused and neglected by his father.

At the end, Sam is now a little older and enters the cave exactly as Nick described. External Sites.

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