Filmopeka: Babilon

Nova edicija Filmopeke prinaša film Babilon (Babel), mehiško-ameriško dramo iz 2006. Film, ki je bil nominiran za sedem oskarjev, je režiral Alejandro González Iñárritu in predstavlja zadnji del njegove trilogije, ki tematizira smrt (skupaj s filmoma Pasja ljubezen in 21 gramov). Vabljen_a v ponedeljek, 23. 10. 2017, ob 20:00 uri v prostore INFOPEKE.

Po ogledu bo sledila diskusija o izbrani temi iz filma. In na izbiro bo veliko!

Film prikazuje tri paralelne in medsebojno povezane zgodbe: v oddaljenih kotičkih maroške puščave odjeknejo streli iz puške – to pa sproži verigo dogodkov ter poveže par ameriških turistov, ki se divje bori za preživetje, maroška dečka, ki sta vpletena v nesrečo, varuško, ki z dvema ameriškima otrokoma nelegalno prečka mehiško mejo, in gluho japonsko najstnico, katere očeta išče tokijska policija.

Z močnimi podobami in premišljenimi paralelizmi režiser tematizira učinek metulja, hkrati pa govori o nedolžnosti (v nasprotju z družbenim nasiljem), izgubljenosti, terorizmu in strahu pred njim … Prikliče starodavni koncept babilona in preizprašuje njegove implikacije za sodobnost: zamujene priložnosti, ki vodijo naša življenja, pa čeprav jih pogosto sploh ne opazimo.

Diskusijo bo vodila Coline Laboulais, EVS prostovoljka v Pekarni Magdalenske mreže. 

Projekt je financiran s strani Evropske komisije. Vsebina objave odraža izključno stališča avtorja. Nacionalna agencija ter Evropska komisija nista odgovorni za kakršno koli uporabo informacij, ki jih objava vsebuje.

Vstop prost.

ENGLISH

For this new edition of Filmopeka, we have the honour of introducing you the movie Babel. This multi-narrative drama went out in 2006, and was the result of the collaboration between USA and Mexico. It was directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu and written by Guillermo Arriaga, and is actually completing Iñárritu’s Death Trilogy (Amores perros and 21 Grams).

After the projection, we will invite you to debate about the topic delts in the movie, depending on your wishes: terrorism, massive tourism, indifference… There is a lot to discuss about!
Starring Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett, Babel tells three parallels stories all connected with each other’s, in more or less subtiles ways: A gunshot coming from morocan’s kids is on it ways to collapse the life of an American couple crossing trough a crises, of a Mexican nanny and of a Japanese Business man… We therefore follow the disturbed destiny of these different lifes, between the risky trip of the nanny with the two American kids to join the wedding of her son, and the daily life of a depth Japanese teenager obsessed with her virginity, still blaming his father for her mother’s suicide.
Using powerful images and smart parallelisms, Alejandro González Iñárritu turns to the subject of Butterfly effect: how can a tiny element disturb or even collapse a settled environment? How the a fly of wings can generate a huge typhoon at the other side of the planet ?

The movie also deals with innocence, in opposition with the violence of society. As a political drama, it also brings the topic of terrorism, and the ubiquitous fear that can rise so easily. Finally, it opens the discussion about the reality of millions of depth persons, through the Japanese teenager, that find themselves lost and confused in this noisy and showing-off society. The title, Babel, is a reference to the punishment of God that, within the religion, gave us different languages so we won’t be able to understand each others. The film Director explores then our differences but mostly, our indifferences, which waste us so many opportunities of being human together.

González Iñárritu won the Best Director Award for this movie in 2006, during Cannes film Festival. It also won the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama, and received seven Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture, Best Director, and two for Best Supporting Actress, winning for Best Original Score.

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Info: Mladinski informacijsko-svetovalni center INFOPEKA, Ob železnici 16, 2000 Maribor, 02 300 68 50, 041 481 246, infopeka@infopeka.org

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