Auch wohlmeinende Gemüter, werden daher zugeben müssen, dass man dem Film sein Alter ansieht. Doch das ist angesichts der zeitlosen Story zweitrangig. Die. Der Film "Labyrinth" war ein britisch-amerikanischer Fantasyfilm von Jim Henson aus dem Jahr , der von George Lucas produziert wurde und auf. Sarah ist genervt von ihrem kleinen Bruder und wünscht sich, dass die Kobolde ihn holen. Doch plötzlich wird aus ihrem Wunschdenken Wirklichkeit. Dem Mädchen bleiben nur dreizehn Stunden Zeit, um ihren Bruder aus den Fängen des Koboldkönigs zu.
Die Filmstarts-Kritik zu Die Reise ins LabyrinthWe have not spent £2k for a 4k tv and player to watche inferior quality 4k films. Film remains one of our favourites hence 3 stars given. Wie die anderen Fantasy-Filme des Produzenten George Lucas (Willow) verbindet auch Die Reise ins Labyrinth Abenteuer mit Lektionen über das. Die Reise ins Labyrinth ein Film von Jim Henson mit David Bowie, Jennifer Connelly. Inhaltsangabe: Die jährige Sarah (Jennifer Connelly) fühlt sich ihrem.
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But the rest of the visuals are fine, with lovely costumes Queen of the Night's is an absolute knockout , interesting star-like lighting and the storm and crescent moon effects are cleverly done and make for great visual moments.
The staging has its fair share of humour, poignancy and suspense and does generally stay true in spirit to the story of Die Zauberflote except not quite as dark.
Musically, the production is just great with the best splendid. The orchestra play the score with gentle, stylish lyricism, powerful intensity and nuances in the more intimate moments.
The sound the orchestra makes is always a pleasure to listen to. The vocal ensemble sections are very well blended and tightly controlled the three ladies are exemplary , the double chorus parts were most impressive from a composition and performance standpoint and Ivor Bolton's conducting is attentive, treating the music and the singers with care.
The cast are strong on the whole, personal favourite being the wonderful Sarastro of Christof Fischesser. He has an authoritative but sympathetic stage presence and he has such a warm tone to his voice that you feel at ease listening to him.
Michael Schade also sings with unstrained warmth and lyrical style, and he does make Tamino more engaging than a fair few Zauberflote productions made him.
Thomas Tatzl's Papagano is lively and entertaining and Regula Mühlemann's Papagana is charm personified. Malin Hartelius is an affecting Pamina and while she is not quite on form at first with some uncharacteristic shrillness she does grow significantly in confidence later on and sings with her usual creaminess.
Dramatically Julia Novikova is spot on as Queen of the Night, quite chilling in fact, but the role is even more challenging than in Zauberflote and Novikova's vocal production too often makes that quite clear.
Klaus Kuttler's Monostatos is surprisingly great and one to watch and all the additional roles here are delightfully taken.
All in all, an interesting opera and a very good production. All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords Advanced Search. Sign In. Mehr Infos: SD Deutsch.
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Fred Graff. James Seay. Each of the film's key puppets was operated by a small team of puppeteers, however the most complex puppet in the entire production was Hoggle.
Shari Weiser was inside the costume, however Hoggle's face was entirely radio-controlled by Brian Henson and three other operators. Speaking in the Inside the Labyrinth documentary, Brian Henson explained that Weiser "does all the body movement and her head is inside the head.
However, the jaw is not connected to her jaw. Nothing that the face is doing has any connection with what she's doing with her face.
The other four members of the crew are all radio crew, myself included. Basically what it takes is a lot of rehearsing and getting to know each other.
One of the most complicated scenes to film was that where The Fire Gang harass Sarah. The scene was filmed against a black velvet screen, and the puppeteers wore black, costumes and face coverings when operating the creatures.
Each Firey was operated by three puppeteers, and all of them had to be highly co-ordinated in order to make the creatures move convincingly.
After it was filmed, the footage of the Fireys was composited with the back-drop of a forest that was filmed separately. Jim Henson told Ecran Fantastique that he "Liked the rhythm of the sequence" and "strove to keep it in" despite issues with its visual effects becoming apparent in post-production.
At the early stages of filming, stars Connelly and Bowie found it difficult to interact naturally with the puppets they shared most of their scenes with.
And by the end of the film, It wasn't a challenge anymore. They were there, and they, were their characters. Jim Henson found working with the human actors in the production a pleasant change from the complex, puppet-orientated scenes he was used to working on, commenting that he loved filming the ballroom scene and found it "a fun kind of thing to try to weave together.
Everywhere I looked, there were all these dancers, and the candles, and they were playing David Bowie's incredible music.
It really felt like I was in a ballroom and not on a movie set. The film required a series of vast set pieces, from the Shaft of Hands to the rambling, distorted Goblin City where the film's climatic battle takes place.
The Shaft of Hands sequence was filmed on a rig that was roughly forty feet high, and required nearly a hundred performers to operate the grey, scaly hands integral to the scene.
Connelly was strapped into a harness when shooting the scene, and would spend time between takes suspended mid-way up the shaft.
The set of the Goblin City was built on Stage 6 at Thorn EMI Elstree Studios in London, and required the largest panoramic back-cloth ever made.
According to Production Designer Elliott Scott, the biggest challenge he faced was building the forest Sarah and her party pass through on their way to Jareth's Castle.
The film's production notes state that "The entire forest required truckloads of tree branches, 1, turfs of grass, pounds of dried leaves, bags of lichen, and 35 bundles of mossy "old man's beard.
While most filming was conducted at Elstree Studios, a small amount of location shooting was carried out in England and America.
The park seen at the start of the film is West Wycombe Park in Buckinghamshire, England. The scenes of Sarah running back home were filmed in various towns in New York, namely North Nyack, Piermont and Haverstraw.
Principal photography on Labyrinth wrapped on September 8th Most of the visual effects in Labyrinth were achieved in camera, with several notable exceptions.
The most prominent of these effects was the computer generated owl that appears at the opening of the film.
The sequence was created by animators Larry Yaeger and Bill Kroyer,  and marked the first use of a realistic CGI animal in a film.
The scene where Sarah encounters the Fire Gang had to be altered in post-production as it had been filmed against black velvet cloth, and a new forest background was added.
Jim Henson was unhappy with the compositing of the finished scene, although he considered the puppetry featured in it worthy of inclusion. Jim Henson received help editing the film from executive producer George Lucas.
According to Henson, "When we hit the editing, I did the first cut, and then George was heavily involved on bringing it to the final cut.
After that, I took it over again and did the next few months of post-production and audio. I always want to go one way, and George goes another way, but we each took turns trading off, giving and taking.
George tends to be very action-oriented and he cuts dialogue quite tight; I tend to cut looser, and go for more lyrical pauses, which can slow the story.
So, I loosen up his tightness, and he tightens my looseness. As of November , the shooting script to Labyrinth is not available to the public.
Due to this, only limited information is available about material that was shot but later removed from the film. The only scene that is known to have been shot but later deleted was-.
Writer Neil Gaiman wrote the film Mirrormask for The Jim Henson Company, and was allowed to view a three-hour long work-print of Labyrinth to inspire his script, which had to have a similar feel.
According to Gaiman, the work-print "had puppeteer voices instead of actor voices, and lots of genuinely funny Sir Didymus stuff that never made it into the final film.
Da Toby quengelt und durch nichts zu beruhigen ist, ist Sarah sehr schnell mit der Situation überfordert, und sie wünscht sich impulsiv, dass Kobolde das Baby holen mögen — was dann prompt geschieht und sie kurz danach bereut.
Das Baby Toby ist weg, dafür erscheint der Koboldkönig Jareth. Kein Bitten und Betteln kann helfen, ihn zu überreden, Toby zurückzugeben.
Doch er lässt ihr 13 Stunden Zeit, um den Kleinen aus seinem von einem riesigen Labyrinth umgebenen Schloss zu befreien. Andernfalls wird Jareth Toby in einen Kobold verwandeln.
Doch in diesem Labyrinth findet Sarah nicht nur Hindernisse, sondern auch neue Freunde, die ihr dabei helfen, die vielen Schwierigkeiten bei ihrer Rettungsaktion zu meistern.
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