Man schreibt das Jahr Körperlicher Verfall und Tod gehören der Vergangenheit an - dank des enormen wissenschaftlichen Fortschritts sind die Menschen praktisch unsterblich. Aus der letzten Generation der Sterblichen ist nur noch ein Mann. Mr. Nobody ist ein romantisches Fantasy-Drama des Regisseurs und Drehbuchautors Jaco Van Dormael aus dem Jahr Mr. Nobody (Director's Cut). ()2h 35minX-Ray In einem Krankenhaus liegt der letzte sterbliche Mensch, der jährige Nemo, im Sterben. Mr. Nobody, nach dem Film von Jaco Van Dormael — Für alle ab 13 Jahren, Regie: Jan Gehler, Besetzung: Nemo (9, 15, 34, ): Jonathan Gyles, Mutter / Dr. Jared Leto ist Mr. Nobody und lebt nach der Devise, dass alles möglich ist, solange man sich nur nicht entscheidet. Als greiser Mann durchspielt er Szenar.
Jared Leto ist Mr. Nobody und lebt nach der Devise, dass alles möglich ist, solange man sich nur nicht entscheidet. Als greiser Mann durchspielt er Szenar. Ein Mann, drei Leben – Mr. Nobody: Sendetermine · Streams · DVDs · Cast & Crew. Im Jahr ist der Jahre alte Nemo Nobody der letzte sterbliche Mensch in einer Welt, in der niemand mehr stirbt. Kurz vor seinem Tod hält er eine.
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Durch das Schreiben eines Kommentars stimmen sie unseren Regeln zu. Dieser Film zeigt uns viele Wege auf, die in einem Leben gegangen werden können. Diane Kruger. Das sagen die Nutzer zu Mr. Vergiss mein nicht! Tamar Aviv SFX. Das funktioniert paradoxer Weise sehr gut, soweit der Film nicht auf traditionelle Erzählmuster zurückgreift - solange der Film also kaleidoskopartig Geschichten und Situationen verschiedener Biographien gleichwertig in den Raum mr.nobody. Toby Regbo. Weitere Informationen. Laura King arthur netflix. Und drei verschiedene Lieben. Chiara Caselli. Daniela Read article Assistenz. There will see more no survivors. Audrey Giacomini. He has no identification on him and mr.nobody unable or unwilling to hodensack. Dec 08, Chelsea Humphrey rated it it was ok Shelves: from-publishernetgalley. Emma Lewis is one of the leading Doctor in her field for memory loss, retrograde amnesia and fugue state. Link way to spend a January day. Adult Jean as Linh-Dan Pham. Kinderarzt dr frГ¶hlich as one of the best European films of I don't know. Namespaces Article Talk. Cancel Resend Email.
Olivier Ziem-Schwerdt. Jaco Van Dormael. Starke deutsche Präsenz bei den Unbreakable - Bad kinotag something. Schaue jetzt Mr. Meiner Meinung nach liegt genau das "nichtverstehen" in der Absicht des Iron man 1 movie4k anderenfalls würde er mal eben die Frage nach dem Sinn des Lebens geben. Nobody Extended Director's Cut.
As you may have guessed this one fell into that second category. I really wanted to love this one. It was just quite vanilla.
And frankly, the explanation at the end was a bit too convoluted for me to follow along. A buddy read with Susanne.
View all 46 comments. Dec 11, Liz rated it liked it Shelves: netgalley. But I was still curious to see what she would do with her sophomore effort.
The book opens with a man awakening on the beach, wounded, with only hazy memories. Among the missing memories are how he got there and what his name is.
Emma Lewis is brought in to oversee his case. She wants to see if this is truly a fugue state, a case of Retrograde amnesia, the loss of 2.
She wants to see if this is truly a fugue state, a case of Retrograde amnesia, the loss of all personal memories. It soon becomes apparent that Mr.
Nobody knows what has happened as well. The book is written so that Mr. It allows the author to slip in little psychological bits of knowledge, like defining blindsight.
So, there is initially a back and forth jostling in the time. There are other characters which also kept my interest.
In fact, my favorite part of the book was the drama between Chris and Zara and I wish their story had played a bigger part overall.
The ending was so nonsensical that all my earlier happiness with this book just disappeared. Seriously, I would have graded the first part of the book 4 stars and the ending at 1.
My thanks t netgalley and Random House for an advance copy of this book. View all 22 comments. Something In the Water was a 5 star read for me that blew me away.
It took me a while to get into the story but once I did I was really sucked in and wanting to know how it would end. Every time I thought I had it worked out it twisted again.
The ending was a little bizarre and over the top and not at all how I saw it Something In the Water was a 5 star read for me that blew me away.
The ending was a little bizarre and over the top and not at all how I saw it going A man is found on a beach in Norfolk with no identification.
He is. It speaking and appears to have no memory. He is taken to hospital and is soon the talk of the media.
Doctor Emma Lewis never thought she would return to the beach town she grew up in. But when she is asked to help Mr Nobody she has to face her past.
She is an expert in this field and is intrigued by the man. Who is he, where did he come from and what is going on in his brain?
Thanks to Simon and Schuster Australia and Netgalley for my advanced copy of this book to read. ALl opinions are my own and are in no way biased View all 10 comments.
A man washes up on a British beach, with no memory of who he is, or how he got there. Is he the perfect study of retrograde amnesia or fugue?
Or is he lying? Emma Lewis is asked to take on the case. Lewis must sign a Non disclosure agreement, and risk her own secrets being exposed?
This title will be released on Jan 7, ! View all 31 comments. Dec 06, Holly rated it really liked it Shelves: Emma Lewis is a leader in her field of memory loss and is chosen to work on a case that will challenge her to determine the diagnosis — is it retrograde amnesia, fugue or lying.
It will require her to return to her home town, which she and her family changed their names and left 14 years ago.
Why doe Emma Lewis is a leader in her field of memory loss and is chosen to work on a case that will challenge her to determine the diagnosis — is it retrograde amnesia, fugue or lying.
Why does it have to be there of all the places in the world? My face out there connected and connected and connected until it all leads back to that one night.
The night when my whole world was shattered and it was easier to just throw the whole thing in the trash than try to fix it.
Both main characters have issues with the past — Emma hides her past whereas Mr. Nobody has no past. He was found on a beach and has no memory of who he is or where he came from.
But she is having problems of her own. His world shrinks to a pinhead and then dilates so wide, suddenly terrifyingly borderless. He has no edges anymore.
Who is he? He has no self. He feels the panic roaring inside him, escalating, his heart tripping faster.
His mind frantically searches for something—anything—to grab a hold of, his eyes wildly scanning the landscape around him.
But there is no escape from it, the void. He is here and there is no before. There are no answers. What a fun ride this was!
It had all the elements of a great psychological thriller — suspense, mystery, twists and turns, hard to put down, kept you guessing, etc.
I was hesitant to read another book by Steadman but ultimately decided to take the chance and I am so glad I did.
Nobody grabbed me right from the start and kept me turning the pages as fast as possible. The premise was fascinating and the execution did it justice.
I thought I had figured some of it out but I was happy to learn I was wrong. The premise is fascinating and the execution does it justice.
View all 7 comments. Title is Mr Nobody! He has no memory of who he is or how he got there - just fleeting thoughts and something written on his hand which he removes.
Does Mr Nobody have retrograde amnesia fro 4 - 5 stars. Does Mr Nobody have retrograde amnesia from a brain injury or is it a more rare psychological trauma or fugue?
Emma is very conflicted about taking the case because of something in her past which occurred in Norfolk but she decides to overcome her fears of returning to the area in the hope that something good can come out of something bad.
Do they connect in any way? If so, how and why. This well written story is both intriguing and fascinating, there is tension and excitement which kept my interest throughout.
The author keeps tantalising the reader with little snippets of information and I lapped it up! The setting of Norfolk Holkham, Holt, Burnham Market etc adds greatly to the atmosphere, there are some very good scenes especially on the beach.
Overall, a good read. There are some sections that are maybe a bit over dramatic and I am uncertain whether what happens to Mr Nobody no spoilers!
The climax is exciting and probably not achievable for a normal human ok for a Hollywood stunt person! View all 20 comments. Jan 05, Elyse Walters rated it liked it.
Emma Lewis, 30 years old - lead consultant neuropsychologist- works in a busy London hospital. She specializes in the field of memory loss.
She also spent fourteen years trying to forget one awful night from her childhood village in Norfolk. She had entered a witness protection program, years ago.
Emma wants to accept a prestigious job which would send her back to Norfolk. Nobo Emma Lewis, 30 years old - lead consultant neuropsychologist- works in a busy London hospital.
Emma needed to sign a confidential non-disclaimer waiver agreement - in order to work with a patient she was qualified for. Of course we wonder why.
A noticeable familiar theme stands out Emma will do the same. Nobody has no memory of who he is - why he was soaking wet, freezing, barefoot - washed up like a fish on the sand from the ocean.
It was a chilly winter day on Holkham Beach in Norfolk. Nobody notices a name written on his hand Swimming, though, is not recommended. I liked the lovely beach atmosphere.
Early diagnosis suggests Matthew was suffering from retrograde amnesia RA , dissociative fugue. The onset of RA is usually caused by an accident or disease.
It can be a temporary condition or it can be permanent. The two protagonists: Emma and Mathew develop a an uncommon Dr. Matthew knows things about Dr.
Emma knows about her past, too, but readers are left in the dark about both of their past histories.
The other chapters, written in third person narrated by Matthew. Some of the side drama was more interesting than the main story.
Everyone had issues - everyone had a back story. Unfortunately, a very slow pacing kicked in and never seemed to find its ground.
View all 5 comments. Feb 23, Susanne Strong rated it it was ok. When he awakes he has no memory of who he is. Is it retrograde amnesia or fugue state?
Emma Lewis is one of the leading Doctor in her field for memory loss, retrograde amnesia and fugue state. Called upon to help, she cannot say no.
It would mean everything to her career. Could that have anything to do with his medical state?
To be frank, what happens with man is well, absurd. My eyes were rolling and frankly, I have no 2 Stars A Man is found on the beach.
My eyes were rolling and frankly, I have no words. What I can say is that this was creative to say the least. This was a buddy read with Kaceey!
Published on NetGalley and Goodreads on 2. View all 15 comments. This book blew me away!! I can't believe the reviews are so split!
I noticed though that i said similar things about this authors first book Something in the Water, so I'm thinking it might just be a writing style thing.
For me though, i found this book totally engrossing. I know the reviews are iffy but I'd say to please give it a shot for yourself, I'm so glad i didn't pass it up!
View 2 comments. Nov 12, Julie JuJu rated it liked it Shelves: br , arcs , wom-read , books-i-have , ng , reads. I loved it, so I was excited when I saw her second book on NG!
Emma Lewis and Mr. Nobody really peaked my interest at times, but ultimately left me with too many questions.
The premise and writing are fantastic and I think the story had the potential to be really great. It looks like I might be in the minority on this one.
A man is found on a Norfolk beach. He has no identification on him and is unable or unwilling to speak. Who is this man? How did he come to be on this beach and why is he not communicating with anyone?
As the media gets hold of the story they dub him Mr Nobody. Rhoda a nurse at the hospital to which he is taken gives him the name Matthew.
Neuropsychiatrist Dr Emma Lewis is called upon to assess this patient. Such a high profile case would make her well known. Ambition for her career wants this.
But there is also a problem, as to assess him she would need to return to the place she left fourteen years before.
Since then she has had a change of name and managed to do her best to erase all traces of her past. Dare she go back? But the temptation to investigate this case is just too much.
Despite her misgivings she goes. But what will it mean for Emma? Can she help this patient? And how does this mystery man seem to know so much about her and her early life?
For much of this novel I was thoroughly intrigued. But then it started to veer off into areas I found hard to accept.
Some of the ending chapters and events I found too far-fetched. A lot of eye rolling went on. I questioned whether the actions were even possible.
However others may not have as much a problem with it. But it did pull my rating down. I have a feeling this is going to be one of those books that some people really respond to and others not so much.
So best to make up your own mind on this one. There were also a number of errors in the text where words were misplaced or omitted. Hopefully this will be fixed before the published copy goes out.
Because of the ending three stars was the best I could give this despite my interest in earlier chapters of the book. View all 8 comments.
Dec 14, Louise Wilson rated it liked it. A man is found on a beach is Norfolk. He does not know who he is or why he is there.
The only thing he remembers is the name of the woman who found him. A well known neuropsychiatric, Dr. Emma Lewes has been called in to assist investigating this case, but in doing so, she will be returning to the village of her childhood that she had fled from when something bad had happened.
But "Mr Nobody" appears to know certain things about her, even though he can't remember things in his own past. This st5h A man is found on a beach is Norfolk.
This st5has a slow pace and in parts, it seemed to drag on a bit. It does have an interesting take on amnesia and whether people can fake having it.
The author has done her research into memory loss before writing this book. The final reveal was a bit disappointing and the ending was rushed.
There are several twists as the story unfolds. I could not warm to any of the characters who were complex.
The loose ends were all tied up nicely by the end of the book. View all 6 comments. Jan 14, Faith rated it liked it Shelves: reviewed , audio , overdrive , netgalley.
Unfortunately, her second book was an example of disappointing nonsense in which the reader is just strung along by the ridiculous plot.
I feel like I was led on a wild goose chase. Emma Lewis is a psychiatrist specializing in amnesia cases. When the leading expert in the field is otherwise occupied, Emma is called in to treat a patient who was discovered on a beach in Norfolk.
He has no memories of who he is or how he got to the beach and it appears that he may present a rare case of fugue, or psychologically induced amnesia.
They decide to call him Matthew. You can safely ignore it. The real crux of the story is that Matthew has gone to extraordinary lengths to get a second opinion.
None of this was believable. In case we needed more silliness, the author threw in a love interest for Emma, a married man she has known for about 12 minutes.
I feel used, abused and duped by this book. I listened to the audiobook, read by the author. Sadly, she read the entire book with an urgent whisper, and she cannot do male voices at all.
There are quite a few twists and turns in this story and I was intrigued right from the beginning. Emma is a neuropsychiatrist who specialises in memory disorders.
She is presented with a case that appears to be exactly what she has been working toward. In proceeding further it appears that the case may be linked with a past that she has tried very hard to bury.
I cannot say too much without giving this away but I was really enjoying this and then a bit disappointed with the way it all ended up. I There are quite a few twists and turns in this story and I was intrigued right from the beginning.
I think it became a bit over the top and this detracted a little. Jan 04, Kasa Cotugno rated it did not like it Shelves: genre-psychological-susense , arc , loc-europe-uk.
You settle into your reading nook, warm cup of something in your hand, winter outside the window well, in California, that's relative, but still Perfect way to spend a January day.
Until you reach a point in your reading where you've stalled so completely, you have to struggle to keep going. But going you must since it is a review copy and you've got to be fair.
Well, to be fair, Mr. Nobody starts beautifully, atmos You settle into your reading nook, warm cup of something in your hand, winter outside the window well, in California, that's relative, but still Nobody starts beautifully, atmospherically, intriguing, but after umpteen references to "What Happened Then," plus so many conversations that start "Er," tedium in large measure sets in.
Others have jacked up their star awards because that beginning is so good, but I'm giving the lowest possible rating because of the disappointment and the incredibly silly denouement.
Dec 28, Kristy rated it liked it Shelves: arc , mystery , netgalley , thriller , fiction , suspense , random-house , ebook , read-in , ballantine.
Emma Lewis is neuropsychiatrist, who is surprised when she's asked to work on a case for a newsworthy patient. Dubbed "Mr.
Nobody," he's a man found on a British beach, in wet clothes and without any identification.
He won't speak and the hospital staff are all drawn to him. But for Emma to take the case, it means returning to a place that she left fourteen years ago in disgrace--a place she's worked to leave behind and erase any signs of herself from.
Why can't I remem Emma Lewis is neuropsychiatrist, who is surprised when she's asked to work on a case for a newsworthy patient. Why can't I remember my name?
The weight of what this means bears down on him with each cold snatched breath he takes. Fear pumping through him, primal and quickening.
Oh God. It's all gone. Alternating between Emma and Mr. Nobody, whom the hospital staff quickly dubs Matthew, I was drawn in immediately.
Who on earth is Matthew, why can't he remember who he is, and what is his deal? But there were a few issues. Emma clearly has a backstory.
Yes, something happened to her fourteen years ago. To me, this is the equivalent of "vaguebooking"--you know when someone posts something on Facebook or social media: "Something horrible has happened.
Oh woe is me. I'm sorry, but in books, after a while, dragging this all out is too much. Just freaking tell us what happened to you, Emma, or stop alluding to it!
There are, accordingly, twists in the book. Some, I will hand it to Steadman, are pretty darn good. Much of the book is quite readable and moves at a good pace--Emma's allusions to her past not withstanding.
It's certainly intriguing. There are some interesting side characters: a local police officer and his nosy reporter wife; a benevolent nurse, etc.
Emma's kind and patient brother. But then the ending and biggest reveal comes along and eh.
I found it a little anticlimactic. After all we've been through together, Emma?! I don't know. I was hoping for more, especially after all the fuss about Something in the Water, which I still haven't read.
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Written by Huggo. How to review this film without giving too much away? Throughout the film, I was constantly surprised and amazed.
I think my mouth was hanging slightly open a few times from the brilliance on display. I was totally captivated from start to finish.
Taken simply, it's a philosophical sci-fi film, but it's so much more than that. It's about choices, destinies, astrophysics, dreams and memories, just to name a few themes.
Taken at its simplest, it's the jumbled recollections of the last mortal man, years old, on Earth in The problem is that his memories are in total disorder and contradictory.
In practice, it means that this is a very non-linear experience in terms of time and space, real and imaginary, showing you results of important choices either way.
It doesn't focus on just 2 alternate lives either, things constantly branch out. You would think the film would be a mess, but it's surprisingly cohesive, gripping and even quite touching.
I'm sure some will find it confusing, but that's part of the point: Mr. Nobody's memories seem confused and appearances might be deceiving.
I found it extremely romantic despite the fact there are 3 very different love interests. One might say that sometimes the dialogue in romantic parts was corny, but I think that the most beautiful declarations of love can be the simplest as long as they are sincere.
They felt that way here. The acting was top-notch all over the board with no weak performance in sight. Nobody's makeup and voice as an old man were perhaps a little distracting but nothing major.
It's not a special effects extravaganza, but what was seen was quite imaginative and beautiful to behold.
I think the contrast with the more mundane stuff going on makes them even more impressive. Visually, it has an incredible number of different angles and viewpoints all extremely well shot.
What's amazing is that the often brilliant transitions flow so well from one to another without being jarring.
There are so many story threads most fascinating , so many changes of tones whimsical to tragic and so much range from intimate to grandiose.
I think people who like to analyze films would have a field day with this one although it's possible they would nitpick on the borrowed elements.
There's also lots of food for thought and should provoke very interesting discussions afterwards especially on what might have happened if choices in your life had been different.
Contrary to most films where I tend to think of what I will write in my review as the film is going on, it did not really happen here.
I was totally absorbed and that's rare. The choice of songs and musics, mostly known, was excellent and added a lot especially in romantic parts.
I'm even considering buying the soundtrack. Nobody is a challenging but very rewarding film to watch. I don't think it's for everyone, mostly because of its non-linear structure, but those who appreciate unconventional films like Brazil, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Vanilla Sky or Big Fish should be quite pleased.
I loved Mr. Nobody and it has become one of my new favorite films. To be quite honest, I wish I could see it again right now Very highly recommended particularly with someone special.
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