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Two Lives (2012)
 (บรรยายอังกฤษ)
 
   
 

Director:Georg Maas, Judith Kaufmann Screenplay by:Georg Maas  Cinematography:Judith Kaufmann Running time:97 min 

Country:Germany, Norway Language:German Genre:Drama, Thriller  Subtitle:English 

Starring: Juliane Köhler as Katrine Evensen Myrdal, Liv Ullmann as Ase Evensen, Sven Nordin as Bjarte Myrdal,

Ken Duken as Sven Solbach, Julia Bache-Wiig as Anne Myrdal, Rainer Bock as Hugo, Thomas Lawincky as Kahlmann,
Klara Manzel as Young Katrine Evensen
, Vicky Krieps as Kathrin Lehnhaber, Dennis Storhøi as Lawyer Hogseth,

Ursula Werner as Hiltrud Schlömer, Jürgen Rißmann as Detective Lattoch 

 

 

 


หนังตัวอย่าง:

 


รางวัล: 7 wins & 7 nominations.

 

 

Biberach Film Festival 2012

Won
Grand Prize
Best Film
Georg Maas (director) 
 

Biberach Independent Film Festival 2012

Won
BIFF Award
Best Film
Georg Maas (Director) 
TWO LIVES
 

Emden International Film Festival 2013

Won
Emden Film Award
NDR Audience Award
Georg Maas (Director) 
 

Emden International Film Festival 2011

Won
Emden Film Award
NDR Audience Award
Georg Maas (Director) 
B&T Film 
Zinnober Film- und Fernsehproduktion 
Helgeland Film 
 

German Film Awards 2014

Won
Film Award in Bronze
Outstanding Feature Film (Bester Spielfilm)
Axel Helgeland 
Rudi Teichmann 
Dieter Zeppenfeld 
Helgeland Film 
B&T Film 
Zinnober Film- und Fernsehproduktion 
Won
Film Award in Gold
Best Editing (Bester Schnitt)
Hansjörg Weißbrich 
Zinnober Film- und Fernsehproduktion 
B&T Film 
Nominated
Film Award in Gold
Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role (Beste darstellerische Leistung - Weibliche Hauptrolle)
Juliane Köhler 
 

German Film Critics Association Awards 2014

Nominated
German Film Critics Award
Best Screenplay (Bestes Drehbuch)
Judith Kaufmann 
Georg Maas 
Ståle Stein Berg 
Christoph Tölle 
 

Göteborg Film Festival 2013

Nominated
International Debut Award
Georg Maas 
 

Jupiter Award 2014

Nominated
Jupiter Award
Best German Actress
Juliane Köhler 
Best German Film
Judith Kaufmann 
 

Palm Springs International Film Festival 2014

Nominated
Audience Award
Best Narrative Feature
Georg Maas 
 

Seattle International Film Festival 2013

Nominated
Golden Space Needle Award
Best Actress
Juliane Köhler 
3rd runner-up
 

Stony Brook Film Festival 2013

Won
Special Recognition
Closing Night Film
Georg Maas (Director) 
Beta Cinema 
 
 

Two Lives (2012)

As the Berlin Wall crumbles, Katrine, the daughter of a Norwegian woman and a German occupation soldier, finds her idyllic life disrupted as she refuses to testify a trial against the Norwegian state on behalf of her fellow "war children."

Two Lives (German: Zwei Leben) is a 2012 German drama film written and directed by Georg Maas, and starring Juliane Kohler, with Liv Ullmann. Set in Norway and Germany, it is loosely based on an unpublished novel by Hannelore Hippe since released as Ice Ages. The film explores the history of the Lebensborn or war children, born in Norway and raised in Germany. It explores the lives of a grown woman who had claimed to have escaped from East Germany, where she was raised, and her Norwegian mother, with whom she is reunited.

The Film won The Grand Prize and the BIFF Award for the Best Film at the Biberach Independent Film Festival, the Audience Award at the International Filmfest Emden, and was nominated for the International Debut Award at the Göteborg International Film Festival. The film was selected in 2013 as the German entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards, and made the January shortlist.

Plot
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It is based on an unpublished novel, Ice Ages, by German author Hannelore Hippe. (It has since been published.) She was inspired by reports in the late 1980s of the discovery of the half-burned body of a young woman near Bergen, and there was speculation as to her identity. This was just before the fall of the Berlin Wall and reunification of Germany.

The film gradually unravels the story of Katrine Evensen Myrdal (Kohler), a happily married woman with a grown daughter and granddaughter, and of her mother Ase Evensen (Ullmann). Katrine is known to have escaped from East Germany and made her way to Norway as a young woman to be reunited with her birth mother, Ase Evensen.

The film explores the cases of Lebensborn or war children, born from unions between German soldiers and Norwegian women, who were taken away after birth to be raised in Germany. Some were adopted by German families; others raised in orphanages. Both societies had shunned the Lebensborn children and their mothers after the war; in Norway, women known to have had relationships with Germans during the Occupation were sometimes incarcerated in work camps. In East Germany, some war children were recruited by the Stasi as agents. Given false identities, they "escaped" to Norway as adults to be reunited with their birth mothers, claiming places of war children and serving as spies. Reportedly there are still such Lebensborn agents in Norway who have not been discovered.


 


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