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Toni Erdmann (2016)
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Director:Maren Ade Producer:Maren Ade, Jonas Dornbach, Janine Jackowski, Michael Merkt

Screenplay by:Maren Ade Music by:Patrick Veigel Cinematography:Patrick Orth  Edited by:Heike Parplies

Running time:162 minutes Country:Germany, Austria Language:German, English, Romanian Genre:Comedy, Drama  

Subtitle:English Starring: Peter Simonischek as Winfried Conradi / Toni Erdmann, Sandra Hüller as Ines Conradi,
Ingrid Bisu as Anca
, Lucy Russell as Steph, Michael Wittenborn as Henneberg,
Thomas Loibl as Gerald
, Trystan Pütter as Tim, Hadewych Minis as Tatjana,
Vlad Ivanov as Iliescu
, Victoria Cocias as Flavia

 

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รางวัล: Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 33 wins & 56 nominations.

 

 

Academy Awards, USA 2017

Nominated
Oscar
Best Foreign Language Film of the Year
Germany
 

Golden Globes, USA 2017

Nominated
Golden Globe
Best Motion Picture - Foreign Language
 

BAFTA Awards 2017

Nominated
BAFTA Film Award
Best Film not in the English Language
Maren Ade 
Janine Jackowski 
 

Alliance of Women Film Journalists 2017

Nominated
EDA Award
Best Non-English Language Film
Maren Ade 
Germany
 

Atlanta Film Critics Society Awards 2016

Won
AFCS Award
Best Foreign Language Film
 

Austin Film Critics Association 2016

Nominated
Austin Film Critics Award
Best Foreign Language Film
 

Awards Circuit Community Awards 2016

Nominated
ACCA
Best Foreign Language Film
Maren Ade 
Germany
 

Bambi Awards 2016

Nominated
Bambi
Film - National
Maren Ade (writer / director) 
Sandra Hüller (actress) 
Peter Simonischek (actor) 
 

Bavarian Film Awards 2017

Won
Bavarian Film Award
Best Actress (Darstellerpreis)
Sandra Hüller 
 

British Independent Film Awards 2016

Nominated
British Independent Film Award
Best International Independent Film
 

Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards 2016

Nominated
Critics Choice Award
Best Foreign Language Film
 

Brussels International Film Festival 2016

Won
Golden Iris
Best Film
Maren Ade 
Won
RTBF TV Prize
Best Film
Maren Ade 
Won
Special Prize of the Jury
Best Screenplay
Maren Ade 
 

Cannes Film Festival 2016

Won
FIPRESCI Prize
Competition
Maren Ade 

A film gorgeously crafted, made with a fresh and a sensitive approach, that captures the complex ... More

Nominated
Palme d''Or
Maren Ade 
 

Capri, Hollywood 2016

Won
Capri Foreign Language Film Award
Germany
 

Central Ohio Film Critics Association 2017

Won
COFCA Award
Best Foreign Language Film
 

Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 2016

Nominated
CFCA Award
Best Foreign Language Film
 

César Awards, France 2017

Nominated
César
Best Foreign Film (Meilleur film étranger)
Maren Ade 
 

Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards 2016

2nd place
DFWFCA Award
Best Foreign-Language Film
Germany. 2nd Place.
Best Foreign Language Film
2nd place
 

Denver Film Critics Society 2017

Won
DFCS Award
Best Foreign Language Film
 

European Film Awards 2016

Won
European Film Award
European Actress
Sandra Hüller 
European Actor
Peter Simonischek 
European Director
Maren Ade 
European Screenwriter
Maren Ade 
European Film
Maren Ade 
Janine Jackowski 
Jonas Dornbach 
Michel Merkt 
Nominated
European University Film Award
Maren Ade 
 

Florida Film Critics Circle Awards 2016

Nominated
FFCC Award
Best Foreign Language Film
 

Georgia Film Critics Association (GFCA) 2017

Nominated
GFCA Award
Best Foreign Film
 

German Film Critics Association Awards 2017

Nominated
German Film Critics Award
Best Film (Bester Spielfilm)
Maren Ade 
Best Actor (Bester Darsteller)
Peter Simonischek 
Best Actress (Beste Darstellerin)
Sandra Hüller 
 

Houston Film Critics Society Awards 2017

Nominated
HFCS Award
Best Foreign Language Film
Germany
 

Independent Spirit Awards 2017

Nominated
Independent Spirit Award
Best International Film
Maren Ade 
 

Indiewire Critics'' Poll 2016

3rd place
ICP Award
Best Director
Maren Ade 
3rd place.
Best Lead Actress
Sandra Hüller 
3rd place.
Nominated
ICP Award
Best Film
4th place.
Best Lead Actor
Peter Simonischek 
4th place.
Best Screenplay
Maren Ade 
7th place.
 

International Cinephile Society Awards 2016

Won
ICS Cannes Award
Palme d''Or
Maren Ade 
 

Jameson CineFest - Miskolc International Film Festival 2016

Nominated
International Ecumenical Award
Maren Ade 
 

Jupiter Award 2017

Nominated
Jupiter Award
Best German Film
 

Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards 2016

Nominated
Sierra Award
Best Foreign Film
 

London Critics Circle Film Awards 2017

Won
ALFS Award
Foreign Language Film of the Year
Nominated
ALFS Award
Film of the Year
Director of the Year
Maren Ade 
Screenwriter of the Year
Maren Ade 
Actor of the Year
Peter Simonischek 
Actress of the Year
Sandra Hüller 
 

Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards 2016

2nd place
LAFCA Award
Best Foreign Film
Germany
 

LUX Prize 2016

Won
Lux Prize
Maren Ade (director) 
(Germany/Austria/Romania)
 

Melbourne International Film Festival 2016

Nominated
Most Popular Feature Film
Maren Ade 
6th Runner-Up
 

National Society of Film Critics Awards, USA 2017

Won
NSFC Award
Best Foreign Language Film
2nd place
NSFC Award
Best Actress
Sandra Hüller 
Tied with Annette Bening for 20th Century Women (2016) in second place.
 

New York Film Critics Circle Awards 2016

Won
NYFCC Award
Best Foreign Language Film
Germany
 

New York Film Critics, Online 2016

Won
NYFCO Award
Top Films of the Year
 

North Carolina Film Critics Association 2017

Nominated
NCFCA Award
Best Foreign Language Film
 

North Texas Film Critics Association, US 2017

Nominated
NTFCA Award
Best Foreign Language Film
Tied with Forushande (2016) in 4th place
 

Norwegian International Film Festival 2016

Won
Norwegian Film Critics Award
Maren Ade 

"This year''s winner of the Norwegian Film Critics Award in Haugesund is as wise as it is surprising... More

 

Online Film Critics Society Awards 2017

Nominated
OFCS Award
Best Film Not in the English Language
Germany
 

Palm Springs International Film Festival 2017

Won
Directors to Watch
Maren Ade 
Won
FIPRESCI Prize
Best Foreign Language Film
Maren Ade 

"For its originality, human complexity and unique tonal orchestration that seems natural and ... More

 

San Francisco Film Critics Circle 2016

Nominated
SFFCC Award
Best Foreign Language Picture
 

San Sebastián International Film Festival 2016

Won
FIPRESCI Film of the Year
Maren Ade 
 

Satellite Awards 2016

Nominated
Satellite Award
Best Motion Picture, International Film
Germany
 

Seville European Film Festival 2016

Won
Audience Award
Maren Ade 
Won
Eurimages Award
Best European Co-Production
Maren Ade 
 

St. Louis Film Critics Association, US 2016

Nominated
SLFCA Award
Best Foreign Language Film
Germany
 

Toronto Film Critics Association Awards 2016

Won
TFCA Award
Best Director
Maren Ade 
Best Actress
Sandra Hüller 
Best Foreign Language Film
Germany
Best Actress
Sandra Hüller 
Best Director
Maren Ade 
Best Foreign Language Film
Nominated
TFCA Award
Best Picture
Best Actor
Peter Simonischek 
Best Screenplay, Adapted or Original
Maren Ade 
 

Utah Film Critics Association Awards 2016

2nd place
UFCA Award
Best Non-English Language Film
Germany. Tied with Elle (2016) in second place.
 

Vancouver Film Critics Circle 2017

Won
VFCC Award
Best Foreign Language Film
 

Village Voice Film Poll 2016

2nd place
VVFP Award
Best Actress
Sandra Hüller 
2nd place.
Best Director
Maren Ade 
2nd place.
3rd place
VVFP Award
Best Film
3rd place.
Nominated
VVFP Award
Best Actor
Peter Simonischek 
4th place.
Best Director
Maren Ade 
2nd place.
Best Screenplay
Maren Ade 
5th place.
 

Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards 2016

Nominated
WAFCA Award
Best Foreign Language Film
 

Women Film Critics Circle Awards 2016

Nominated
WFCC Award
Best Foreign Film by or About Women
 

Yerevan International Film Festival 2016

Nominated
Golden Apricot
Feature Competition
Maren Ade 
 
 

Toni Erdmann is a 2016 German-Austrian comedy-drama film directed, written and co-produced by Maren Ade. It stars Peter Simonischek, Sandra Hüller, Michael Wittenborn, Thomas Loibl, Trystan Pütter, Hadewych Minis, Lucy Russell, Ingrid Bisu, Vlad Ivanov and Victoria Cocias.

The film was selected to compete for the Palme d''Or at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. It was selected as the German submission for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 89th Academy Awards. In December 2016, it made the shortlist of nine films to be considered for a nomination at the 89th Academy Awards, and in January 2017, it received a nomination. It won five awards at the 29th European Film Awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Screenwriter, Best Actor, and Best Actress, and it was the first time a film directed by a woman that won the top award.

Plot:
Winfried Conradi is a divorced music teacher, an old-age hippie of sorts, with a passion for bizarre pranks involving several fake personas. Over the bereavement of his dog, he decides to reconnect with his daughter Ines, who is pursuing a career in business consulting and is currently posted in Bucharest, Romania, where she works on an outsourcing project in the oil industry.

Winfried travels to Bucharest and waits for Ines in the lobby of an office complex. After several hours, she finally appears, accompanied by several of her client''s board members and on the way to a meeting. Winfried puts on sunglasses and fake teeth as a playful disguise, and approaches her from the side while hiding behind a newspaper. Ines completely ignores her father, but meets with him briefly after work and invites him to a business reception.

In the evening, Winfried accompanies Ines to the reception, where they meet Mr. Henneberg, a German oil company''s CEO with whom Ines wishes to secure a consulting contract. While Ines desperately tries to gain Mr. Hennebergs attention, Winfried and Mr. Henneberg briefly connect when Winfried tells him that he has now hired a replacement daughter, as his actual daughter is constantly too busy. To Ines'' surprise, Mr. Henneberg invites Winfried, and subsequently Ines, for drinks, along with his entourage. At the bar, Mr. Henneberg once again brushes aside Ines.

After several days, the two still have not found a connection. Ines is consumed by work stress and Winfried, who feels alienated and as if he''s imposing, departs. After several days however, while Ines and two girlfriends are out having drinks, Winfried appears and comically interjects himself as "Toni Erdmann," while wearing a wig and his trademark pair of false teeth. Ines'' two friends politely engage in conversation with him as he continues to illustrate his character, claiming himself to be a life coach and consultant.

Ines'' work leaves her feeling rejected and unfulfilled, while her father takes notice and continues the ruse. Seeing something refreshing and amusing in the endearing "Erdmann," she decides to play along. Dissatisfied with everyone close to her, Ines decides to bring "Erdmann" out with her and her work friends, and eventually even to a business meeting. Ines, feeling more and more attached to her father, then follows him to a party put on by a woman "Erdmann" met earlier while the two were out for drinks. Ines feels uncomfortable and attempts to leave, but gets roped by "Erdmann" into performing a song. Initially timid and reluctant, Ines steadily gains confidence with her father alongside on keyboard, and performs Whitney Houston''s "Greatest Love of All". After her engaging performance, she promptly rushes off.

Back at her place, Ines is supposed to host a business brunch to celebrate her birthday. When she fails to close the zip of her dress while the doorbell rings, she decides to open the door naked and claims that she''ll have a naked brunch, thereby alienating her colleagues and her boss.

Several months later, one learns that Ines has quit her former company and instead joined McKinsey & Company in Singapore.








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