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Zlodziejka ksiazek

Zlodziejka ksiazek
Zlodziejka ksiazek Rating: 56 out of 100 based on 18 reviews.
Obsada
Sophie Nélisse

Liesel Meminger
Geoffrey Rush

Hans Hubermann
Emily Watson

Rosa Hubermann
Roger Allam

Narrator / Death (voice)
Heike Makatsch

Liesel's Mother
Julian Lehmann

Liesel's Brother
Gotthard Lange

Grave Digger
Kirsten Block

Frau Heinrich
Nico Liersch

Rudy Steiner
Ludger Bökelmann

Football Urchin #1
Paul Schaefer

Football Urchin #2
Nozomi Linus Kaisar

Fat Faced Goalie
Oliver Stokowski

Alex Steiner
Robert Beyer

Jewish Accountant
Produkcja
Director:Brian Percival
Producer:Ken Blancato (producer)
Christoph Fisser (co-producer)
Henning Molfenter (co-producer)
Redmond Morris (executive producer)
Karen Rosenfelt (producer)
Charlie Woebcken (co-producer)
Writer:Markus Zusak (novel) and)
Michael Petroni (adaptation)
Recenzje dla Zlodziejka ksiazek
Reel Views
I don't know whether Markus Zusak's young adult bestelling novel The Book Thief should be considered "unfilmable" but the adaptation, written by Michael Petroni and directed by Brian Percival, makes a compelling case that it shouldn't have been filmed.
iHaveNet.com
Adapted from the internationally popular book-club staple by Markus Zusak, "The Book Thief" tries so hard to warm our hearts amid grotesque suffering, it goes a bit mad under the strain.
Screen Jabber
Stop me if you’ve heard this one. There’s this young actress of modest talent, right? And she lands her dream job, the starring role in a big Broadway show, a new production based on The Diary Of Anne Frank. And she’s … awful! She stinks!
Mark Reviews Movies
There is one narrative conceit in The Book Thief that is so wrongheaded it serves to undermine both the movie's specific and greater story. This is a tale of woe for a little girl set against the horrors of World War II, which, rather confoundedly...
Laramie Movie Scope
This film is narrated by the voice of mister death. It gives a soft supernatural edge to the horrors of war, as experience by a civilian family in a small German town. Some may not like this balancing act, but I thought this film got the balance just...
Recenzje dla Zlodziejka ksiazek
Reel Views
I don't know whether Markus Zusak's young adult bestelling novel The Book Thief should be considered "unfilmable" but the adaptation, written by Michael Petroni and directed by Brian Percival, makes a compelling case that it shouldn't have been filmed.
iHaveNet.com
Adapted from the internationally popular book-club staple by Markus Zusak, "The Book Thief" tries so hard to warm our hearts amid grotesque suffering, it goes a bit mad under the strain.
Screen Jabber
Stop me if you’ve heard this one. There’s this young actress of modest talent, right? And she lands her dream job, the starring role in a big Broadway show, a new production based on The Diary Of Anne Frank. And she’s … awful! She stinks!
Mark Reviews Movies
There is one narrative conceit in The Book Thief that is so wrongheaded it serves to undermine both the movie's specific and greater story. This is a tale of woe for a little girl set against the horrors of World War II, which, rather confoundedly...
Laramie Movie Scope
This film is narrated by the voice of mister death. It gives a soft supernatural edge to the horrors of war, as experience by a civilian family in a small German town. Some may not like this balancing act, but I thought this film got the balance just...
Sacramento News & Review
It is tempting to dismiss Brian Percival's The Book Thief on the grounds that “we don't need another Holocaust movie.” Besides being glib, this attitude presumes that there's a limit on the number of cinematic stories that can be harvested from any...
Entertainment Weekly
When little orphan Liesel (13-year-old Sophie Nélisse) first meets her foster parents in 1939 Germany, her frosty new mom (Emily Watson) hisses, ''Look at the girl. She's filthy.'' But grime is exactly what's missing from this schmaltzy take on...
Reel Film Reviews
Based on the (comparatively stellar) book by Markus Zusak, The Book Thief follows nine-year-old Liesel (Sophie Nélisse) as she and her adoptive parents (Geoffrey Rush's Hans and Emily Watson's Rosa) attempt to survive during the Second World War.
RedEye
This must be a nightmare: There can’t actually be a cutesy, vapid dramedy set in WWII-era Germany featuring voiceover from Death. With a charming British accent.
Compuserve
When I was a kid during World War 2, I would note that everyone on the subway would be reading a newspaper, usually the Daily News, the Daily Mirror, or the NY Post. Take a look nowadays and you’ll likely find nobody with a paper in hand but many...
Christian Science Monitor
Markus Zusak’s mega-bestseller “The Book Thief’ has, inevitably, been made into a movie, a rather stodgy and old-fashioned one by director Brian Percival.
NJ.com
Watching "The Book Thief," it was hard to get memories of the film "The Kite Runner" out of my mind.
Richard Roeper.com
The beloved book comes to life in an unforgettable film.
Shockya.com
When I was a kid during World War 2, I would note that everyone on the subway would be reading a newspaper, usually the Daily News, the Daily Mirror, or the NY Post. Take a look nowadays and you’ll likely find nobody with a paper in hand but many, instead
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
THE BOOK THIEF is the kind of literate, thoughtful family movie that’s usually overlooked by studios that often get caught up trying to outdo themselves with CGI-animated spectacles rather then tell a story that will educate and inspire younger viewers.
Crave Online
If you see only one movie this year… you’re in the target demographic for The Book Thief, a film that looks and sounds very important but offers no greater insight into the human condition than the typical Transformers sequel.
Channel24
Despite not fully living up to the book and having changed and left out many plot points and characters, The Book Thief still manages to punch you right in the humanity. A stunning cast led with the amazing chemistry between Sophie Nélisse, who plays...
Shadows on the Wall
A strong story is so softened that it struggles to properly register as a story about the dangers of defying Nazi rule. From the beginning, it feels more like a cautionary bedtime story than something that might have plausibly happened.
Express.co.uk
The Book Thief is a respectful and respectable adaptation of the novel by Markus Zusak which has sold over eight million copies.
Obsada
Sophie Nélisse...Liesel Meminger
Geoffrey Rush...Hans Hubermann
Emily Watson...Rosa Hubermann
Roger Allam...Narrator / Death (voice)
Heike Makatsch...Liesel's Mother
Julian Lehmann...Liesel's Brother
Gotthard Lange...Grave Digger
Rainer Reiners...Priest
Kirsten Block...Frau Heinrich
Nico Liersch...Rudy Steiner
Ludger Bökelmann...Football Urchin #1
Paul Schaefer...Football Urchin #2
Nozomi Linus Kaisar...Fat Faced Goalie
Oliver Stokowski...Alex Steiner
Robert Beyer...Jewish Accountant
Ben Schnetzer...Max
Sandra Nedeleff...Sarah
Joachim Paul Assböck...Officer
Matthias Matschke...Wolfgang
Carina N. Wiese...Barbara Steiner (as Carina Wiese)
Rafael Gareisen...Walter Nazi Soldier
Martin Ontrop...Herr Lehmann
Levin Liam...Franz Deutscher
Jan Andres...Fellow Conscript
Marie Burchard...Neighbor
Carl Heinz Choynski...Juergen the Groundsman
Rainer Bock...Buergmeister Hermann
Barbara Auer...Ilsa Hermann
Sebastian Hülk...Gestapo Agent
Beata Lehmann...Woman with Champagne
Laina Schwarz...Neighbor
Georg Tryphon...Neighbor
Stephanie Stremler...Post Woman
Hildegard Schroedter...Frau Becker
Jesse Owens...Himself (archive footage)
Godehard Giese...Policeman on Train (uncredited)
Arnold Weglorz...Soldier Johann (uncredited)
Mike Maas...Rolf Fischer (uncredited)
Produkcja
Director:Brian Percival
Producer:Ken Blancato (producer)
Christoph Fisser (co-producer)
Henning Molfenter (co-producer)
Redmond Morris (executive producer)
Karen Rosenfelt (producer)
Charlie Woebcken (co-producer)
Writer:Markus Zusak (novel) and)
Michael Petroni (adaptation)
Composer:John Williams
Cinematographer:Florian Ballhaus
Editing:John Wilson
Casting:Kate Dowd
Production Design:Simon Elliott
Art Director:Bill Crutcher (supervising art director)
Jens Löckmann
Anja Müller
Set Decorator:Mark Rosinski
Costume Design:Anna B. Sheppard
Makeup:Fae Hammond (make-up & hair designer)
Chris Lyons (special effects teeth)
Margarita Rasbasch (make-up and hair assistant)
Richard Glass (contact lens optician)
Fay Hatzius (wig maker)
Marika Knappe (makeup artist)
Antje Langner (additional makeup artist)
Winnie Mattheus (additional makeup artist)
Irmela Oswald (additional makeup artist)
Andrea Pirchner (additional makeup artist)
Mike Reinecke (additional makeup artist)
Katrin Schneider (makeup artist: extras)
Jemma Scott-Knox-Gore (contact lens coordinator)
Rachael Speke (makeup artist)
Sandra Stockmeier (wig maker)
Christina Wagner (additional makeup artist)
Anne Wenzel (wig maker)
Production Management:Benedikt Bothe (unit manager)
Philipp Klausing (unit production manager)
Jeanette Haley (post-production supervisor)
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