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Als Emilys Mann wegen Insidergeschäften ins Gefängnis muss, muss sie sich in ihrem Leben neu zurechtfinden. Ihr Alltag gelingt ihr gut, bis die Entlassung ihres Mannes kurz bevorsteht und sie in tiefe Depressionen verfällt. Sie begibt sich in die. Side Effects – Tödliche Nebenwirkungen. aus Wikipedia, der freien Enzyklopädie. Zur Navigation springen Zur Suche springen. Filmdaten. Deutscher. Side Effects ein Film von Steven Soderbergh mit Rooney Mara, Channing Tatum. Inhaltsangabe: Emily Taylor (Rooney Mara) und ihr Ehemann Martin. Filme; Side Effects - Tödliche Nebenwirkungen. Side Effects - Tödliche Nebenwirkungen. Mit diesem klassischen Thriller-Auftakt beginnt Steven Soderberghs neuer Film Side Effects, der auf der Berlinale Europapremiere feiert.
Filmkritik zu Side Effects - Tödliche Nebenwirkungen. Erzählen auf abschüssiger Bahn: Steven Soderbergh lässt in Side Effects. Mit diesem klassischen Thriller-Auftakt beginnt Steven Soderberghs neuer Film Side Effects, der auf der Berlinale Europapremiere feiert. Soderberghs Neo-Noir-Thriller»Side Effects«beginnt rasant und elegant und bringt in seiner Geschichte um eine verzweifelte Frau, ein neues. Rooney Mara bekommt in Steven Soderberghs Side Effects von Jude Law die bittere Pille und Nebenwirkungen, die so keiner vorhergesehen hat. The movie is basically based around the side effects of some medication Rooney Mara is having to take to deal with her depression due to the whole episode with. Side Effects - Toedliche Nebenwirkungen [dt./OV] Nach 70min erreicht der Film einen mega Wendepunkt, der wirklich der Hammer ist. Doch es geht noch. Filmkritik zu Side Effects - Tödliche Nebenwirkungen. Erzählen auf abschüssiger Bahn: Steven Soderbergh lässt in Side Effects. Soderberghs Neo-Noir-Thriller»Side Effects«beginnt rasant und elegant und bringt in seiner Geschichte um eine verzweifelte Frau, ein neues.
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May 21, Jude Law as Dr. Jonathan Banks. Rooney Mara as Emily Taylor, Emily. Catherine Zeta-Jones as Dr.
Victoria Siebert. Channing Tatum as Martin, Martin Taylor. Ann Dowd as Martin's Mother. Carmen Pelaez as Prison Desk Guard. Marin Ireland as Upset Visitor.
Vinessa Shaw as Dierdre Banks. Polly Draper as Emily's Boss. Haraldo Alvarez as Garage Attendant. Jimmy Martinez as Police Officer at Hospital.
Vladimir Versailles as Augustin. Jacqueline Antaramian as Desk Nurse. Michelle Vergara Moore as Joan. Katie Lowes as Conference Organizer.
David Costabile as Carl. Mamie Gummer as Kayla. Steven Platt as Bartender. Elizabeth Rodriguez as Pharmacist. Peter Friedman as Banks Partner 1.
Andrea Bogart as Drug Rep. Laila Robins as Banks Partner 2. Mitchell Michaliszyn as Ezra Banks. Elizabeth Rich as Banks Patient 1.
Roderick Rodriguez as Paramedic 1. Mark Weekes as Paramedic 2. Michael Nathanson as Assistant District Attorney.
Timothy Klein as Transporting Officer Klein. Sheila Tapia as Emily's Attorney. Sasha Bardey as Dr. Peter Joubert. Ashley A. Morrison as Reporter 1.
Steve Lacy as Reporter 2. Ken Marks as Banks Patient 2. Devin Ratray as Banks Patient 3. Russell G. Jones as Jeffery Childs.
Munro M. Bonnell as Judge 1. Susan Gross as Susan. Debbie Friedlander as Wards Island Administrator. Nicole Ansari as Disturbed Patient on Phone.
Craig Mums as Wards Island Orderly. Davenia McFadden as Judge 2. Raymond DeBendictis as Arresting Officer.
Claude Deering as Zach. James Martinez as Police Officer at Hospital. January 3, Full Review….
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View All Critic Reviews May 27, This movie will sneak up on you. I have to say first, I advise not knowing anything about it before watching it, or as little as possible.
In the spirit of that sentiment, I will keep this brief. The movie starts off slowly, with a young woman Rooney Mara suffering from depression and seeking medication.
Just bear with it. Soderbergh is sly in his pacing and how he unfolds the story, and as questions inevitably turn to her psychiatrist Jude Law and precisely what happened after she takes the pills, the film reminds one of a very solid Hitchcock film.
Suspense and tension are created in cerebral ways, without a lot of over-the-top action, which is a pleasure to see. Mara and Law help considerably with that as they both turn in good performances, as does Catherine Zeta-Jones, despite her lesser screen time.
Very well made, and definitely worth watching. Antonius B Super Reviewer. Oct 19, Sanity Assassin! Oct 08, Side Effects works as a basic thriller.
Jude Law carries the film, but it works. I think there was a better film that could have been made.
Based on the trailer I thought Side Effects would be a social drama and was a bit disappointed those issues are not particularly relevant in the film.
The film is suspenseful, but I was not a fan of the style and thought it to be more like a Lifetime movie than a either a Hitchcock classic or classic noir.
Robert B Super Reviewer. Aug 29, I didn't expect the twists and turns at all. Not entirely the movie I thought I would be watching, but I liked it.
Jude Law is always a put off in a movie, though. I didn't find the past scandal with the ex patient a stretch at all with him, though I get that it probably didn't actually happen.
I am not entirely sure it all added up at the end, or was possible, but good movie that I doubt I will rewatch.
Nicki M Super Reviewer. See all Audience reviews. Jonathan Banks: Depression is an inability to construct a future Dr.
Jonathan Banks: Depression is an inability to construct a future. Jonathan Banks: The drug , basically it helps stop the brain from telling you that you are sad.
Jonathan Banks: The drug, basically it helps stop the brain from telling you that you are sad. Dierdre Banks: Oh, the advantages of having a husband who can write prescriptions.
What are they called again? If so, it could well be working. Because Side Effects is brilliant: a noir psychological thriller — like a 21st-century Marnie, or Rosemary's Baby — that is also an acid satire on big pharma, the mental health profession and its terrifyingly powerful, priestly caste of doctors.
There is a compelling lead performance from Rooney Mara who lays down the law with her presence.
She demonstrates a potent Hitchcockian combination: an ability to be scared and scary at the same time, and Soderbergh's film manages to introduce its effects in some insidious, almost intravenous way.
Fear and fascination swam through my skull simply watching it. And the later scenes involving sex, lies and videotape will be especially involving for those on the lookout for recurrent authorial motifs.
Scott Z Burns's smart script is elevated into something else in Soderbergh's hands. As ever, he is his own cinematographer, "Peter Andrews", and using the state-of-the-art digital equipment that he discussed in the recent celluloid-versus-digital documentary Side By Side, he contrives some eerily powerful images, elegantly framed.
The simplest scenes — a doctor's office, a subway station, a bar — look like scenes from a nightmare.
Jude Law gives his best performance since Anthony Minghella's The Talented Mr Ripley, playing Dr Jonathan Banks, an ambitious and fashionable Manhattan psychiatrist who thinks of himself as a decent guy.
The destiny of handsome, compassionate Dr Banks intersects with that of a beautiful and troubled young woman, Emily, played by Rooney Mara.
She is someone else who had grown accustomed to the good life, until her investment-banker husband Martin, played by Tatum, was arrested and imprisoned for insider dealing some years ago.
She is discovering for herself that a working definition of depression is an inability to imagine the future. Almost at once, Emily becomes happy, excited, well adjusted and sexually fulfilled.
But there are side effects — chiefly a disruption to her sleep patterns and a strange new habit of ultra-lucid sleepwalking.
Side Effects is bizarre and preposterous, in some ways, but with Mara's star wattage it has the compelling quality of a bad dream, anchored in what is recognisable reality.