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Hana-Bi, im deutschen Sprachraum auch unter den Verweistiteln Hana-bi-Feuerwerk und Hana-Bi – Feuerblume bekannt, ist ein japanischer Spielfilm aus dem Jahr , der bei den Filmfestspielen von Venedig den Goldenen Löwen gewann. Hana-Bi (japanisch: はなび; „Feuerwerk“), im deutschen Sprachraum auch unter den Verweistiteln Hana-bi-Feuerwerk und Hana-Bi – Feuerblume bekannt. pajalataverna.se - Kaufen Sie Hana-Bi - Feuerblume günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. pajalataverna.se - Kaufen Sie Hana-bi günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer vielseitigen. Originaltitel. Hana-bi. Kategorie. Neo Noir. Land. JPN. Erscheinungsjahr. Darsteller. Takeshi Kitano, Kayoko Kishimoto, Ren Ohsugi, Susumu Terajima.
pajalataverna.se - Kaufen Sie Hana-Bi - Feuerblume günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. Originaltitel. Hana-bi. Kategorie. Neo Noir. Land. JPN. Erscheinungsjahr. Darsteller. Takeshi Kitano, Kayoko Kishimoto, Ren Ohsugi, Susumu Terajima. pajalataverna.se - Kaufen Sie Hana-bi günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer vielseitigen.
The growing conflict gets out of hand and ignites a ferocious power struggle Nishi, a police detective, has had to deal with a series of emotionally devastating events over the recent past.
His only child, then preschool age, died two years ago. His wife, currently in the hospital, has been diagnosed with a terminal case of leukemia.
And he develops a case of guilt when his colleague Horibe, during a stakeout which Nishi himself was supposed to be on but who, on Horibe's suggestion, was visiting his wife in the hospital instead at the time, gets shot point blank.
That guilt is only exacerbated when Horibe, who as a result becomes paraplegic, is abandoned by his wife and child, with Horibe himself at a loss with what to do with his life as being a police was his sole identity.
As a means to cope, Nishi becomes increasingly reckless, which affects the way he does his police work. That recklessness extends to his personal life when his wife's doctor recommends that she go home, Nishi, in the process, borrowing money from the yakuza to make ends meet.
Written by Huggo. Takeshi Kitano's "Hana-bi" aka. Hardly ever have I seen a movie which is this memorable and unique in both its tragic and its funny moments, as it is the case with this ingenious work of art.
I am a big fan of director Takeshi Kitano, who also stars in the leading part as 'Beat' Takeshi in this, and "Hana-bi" is my personal favorite of his movies.
Yoshitaka Nishi Kitano is a mostly calm, but occasionally irascible and ultra-violent cop, whose wife Miyuki Kayoko Kishimoto is terminally ill of leukemia.
After his partner Horibe Ren Osugi is wounded, and another police officer is killed, Nishi decides to quit his job at the police and spend more time with his dying wife.
In order to help Horibe, who is now in a wheelchair, and the dead police officer's widow, and in order to make the remaining time as comfortable as possible for his wife, Nishi, who also owes money to the Yakuza, needs money and he is determined to acquire it.
There is no doubt in my mind that Takeshi Kitano is an absolute genius, which he has proved by writing and directing this masterpiece.
But not only is Kitano a genius as a writer and director, his acting performance in "Hana-Bi" is also uniquely superb and one of a kind.
Nobody else could have played the role of Nishi with such brilliance as 'Bito' Takeshi Kitano, who rarely says a word in the first half of the film and is nevertheless or therefore absolutely impressive in his role of the cop with the constant poker face, which typical for Kitano.
By the way, the impressionist and very original pictures which are shown occasionally throughout the movie were also painted by Kitano himself.
The rest of the acting is also great, Ren Osugi delivers a particularly memorable performance as Horibe, Nishi's partner who is struck by fate and has to live in a wheel chair, and Kayoko Kishimoto is great in the lovable role of Nishi's dying wife.
An absolute genius as a writer, director and actor, Takeshi Kitano is without doubt one of the greatest cinematic multi-talents alive, as far as I am concerned he is one of the greatest cinematic multi-talents who have ever lived.
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Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Nakamura learns about the gift for Tanaka's widow, advising her to keep the money.
He also learns about the paints for Horibe and soon understands who committed the robbery. Meanwhile, even though he has paid his debt to them, the yakuza guess who may be behind the robbery, the yakuza thugs chase Nishi to extort additional money from him.
Eventually, the gangsters find Nishi, but he kills them all in a violent shootout. At the same time, Nishi is found by Nakamura and a second detective, who want to arrest Nishi for the robbery.
Nishi asks Nakamura to spare him a moment of time and sits down on the beach next to his wife. Two gunshots are heard off camera, but the film doesn't reveal who was shot.
Horibe takes up painting in the pointillist style in order to compensate for his paralysis. In reality, these paintings were painted by Kitano himself, whilst in recovery from an infamous motorcycle accident in August that left half of his face paralyzed.
Kitano's daughter and former singer, Shoko Kitano, makes a cameo appearance playing a nameless girl flying a kite in the film's closing scenes.
The film's title is sometimes listed as " Hana-bi ", " hana-bi " or " Hanabi " on the covers of international DVD releases and other references to the film in the West.
The soundtrack CD was first released in and by Milan Records,  then reissued by Polydor. Although it was not a big success financially,  Hana-bi received critical acclaim and won the Golden Lion award at the 54th Venice International Film Festival and numerous other accolades.
Kitano himself said it was not until he won the Golden Lion that he was accepted as a serious director in his native Japan; his prior films had been looked at as just the hobby of a famous comedian.
Christley of Slant Magazine gave the film a perfect four star rating. It did what cinema is meant to do, for me anyway, and that's take me on a journey that is mine, that ultimately ends up inside me, in my heart.
It's great. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Winner Screen International Award. Takeshi Kitano Japan. Nominee Independent Spirit Award.
Winner Critics Award. Winner Hochi Film Award. Winner Kinema Junpo Award. Winner Readers' Choice Award. Winner Mainichi Film Concours.
Winner Ishihara Yujiro Award. Winner Nikkan Sports Film Award. Winner Golden Aries. Best Foreign Actor Takeshi Kitano.
Nominee Golden Aries. Best Foreign Film Takeshi Kitano.
Winner Silver Frog. Hideo Yamamoto. Nominee Golden Frog. Nominee Cinema Brazil Grand Prize. Winner Screen International Award. Takeshi Kitano Japan.
Nominee Independent Spirit Award. Winner Critics Award. Winner Hochi Film Award. Winner Kinema Junpo Award. Winner Readers' Choice Award.
Winner Mainichi Film Concours. Winner Ishihara Yujiro Award. Winner Nikkan Sports Film Award. Winner Golden Aries.
Best Foreign Actor Takeshi Kitano. Nominee Golden Aries. Best Foreign Film Takeshi Kitano. Takeshi Kitano.
Winner Golden Lion. Best Film of the Decade 6th place. Detective Nishi Kitano, appearing under his acting alias, Beat Takeshi has lost his infant daughter and is about to lose his wife Kayoko Kishimoto to a protracted illness.
Absenting himself from a stakeout to visit her in hospital, he receives a double blow when doctors inform him that nothing can be done for his wife, advising him to take her home to die, and a colleague brings news that his partner, Horibe Ren Osugi , has been shot and seriously wounded.
Related Stories. Nishi later visits Horibe at the seaside home where he has been abandoned by his family. Now confined to a wheelchair, Horibe considers buying a beret and art materials and taking up painting, but is unable to finance the expensive hobby.
Borrowing money from the yakuza, Nishi supplies his friend with the cash to do this, also providing financial support for a young police widow Yuko Daike who is forced to work in a fast-food bar after her husband is shot and killed during an arrest.
Plagued by flashes of the violent deaths of his colleagues and by remorse and the impending loss of his wife, Nishi calmly carries out a plan to right some of the wrongs in his life.
Having since quit the force, he buys a stolen taxi from a disreputable auto-wrecker Tetsu Watanabe and re-sprays it to pass for a cop car.
In police uniform, he robs a bank single-handedly — this is amusingly filmed through a security camera — then delivers packages of loot to Horibe, the widow and the loan sharks to pay off his debt, keeping the rest to fund a trip that will give his dying wife one last taste of happiness.
Very much a visual filmmaker, Kitano conveys a great deal with minimal dialogue. Onscreen, he makes a sublime tough guy, looking ultracool behind his shades and never flinching, whether he looks down the barrel of a gun or beats up a hapless passerby who unwisely insults his wife.
Kishimoto has even less dialogue — with just one line in the closing act — but the love and sadness between the couple is palpable.
These are seen extensively in the bank and hospital, but also in the bizarre flower-animal hybrids that Horibe paints. The Japanese word hanabi translates literally as fireworks; hyphenated as in the title here, the two words mean flower and fire.
Home Film Reviews. Sep 14, am PT. International sales: Celluloid Dreams, Paris. Co-producers, Hiroshi Ishikawa, Kazuhiro Furukawa.
Directed, written by Takeshi Kitano. Reviewed at Venice Film Festival competing , Sept. Also in Toronto, New York festivals.
Running time: MIN.