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Age of Uprising
Germany, France
Drama, History
IMDB rating:
Arnaud des Pallières
Sergi López as The Armless
Paul Bartel as Jérémie
Roxane Duran as The Princess
Amira Casar as The Abbess
Denis Lavant as The Theologist
Swann Arlaud as The Baron
Jacques Nolot as The Lawyer
David Bennent as César
Mads Mikkelsen as Michael Kohlhaas
David Kross as The Preacher
Bruno Ganz as The Governor
Storyline: In the 16th century in the Cévennes, a horse dealer by the name of Michael Kohlhaas leads a happy family life. When a lord treats him unjustly, he raises an army and puts the country to fire and sword in order to have his rights restored.
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admirable adaptation
like a clock. precision, strange beauty, delicate mechanism. the acting, the landscape, the script. as pillars of an admirable work who remains the novel by Kleist but it has the gift to be more than an inspired adaptation. a film about justice and sin. and a splendid role for Mads Mikkelsen who gives to his character not only the traits of the novel but something special, powerful, entire convincing. the grace to use the nuances of Michael Kohlhaas, the wise manner to use the silences, the force of gestures, the beautiful measure who discover the essence of tragedy, the presence of Roxane Duran who reminds, in same measure, Elisabeth I and the young Elisabeth II, the performance of Melusine Mayance, the speech of Denis Levant who remains the perfect definition of the root of tragedy are the details who transforms an adaptation in useful support for reflection about great themes.
Could Go on a Diet
I concur with many of you that this movie was way to long, slow and anticlimactic.

Pictorially it was beautiful but there was so much lost potential with this film that was left omitted.

It contained lots of chatter and religious doctrine about turning your cheek, etc from a church at that time was about as ruthless as royalty in feudal times.

It started out with great expectation but ended with sad disappointment.

I had thoroughly enjoyed Mads Mikkelsen in the Pusher, and his role as Michael Kohlhaas was great.

In the end the director needed to tighten the film belt by a few notches to have made this movie a good movie.
Not for everyone.
This film is certainly not destined to large audiences. I don't think it will remain long on the big screens. It reminds me some french features such as LE FRERE DU GUERRIER, starring Vincent Lindon, or some other french films made since ten years. Films that are slow, rough, sometimes tepid, but very interesting and unusual, if you compare them to Hollywood blockbusters. This movie is dark and depressing at the most, but not as violent as you might expect. It's not IRONCLAD, FLESH AND BLOOD or BLACK DEATH. It's not a fairy tale either. So, don't misunderstand me, if you are not used to this kind of films.

I love the ending. I find it exquisite. But that's my own taste.

The gruesome actor Madds Mikaelsen who speaks in french in this film actually DID NOT UNDERSTAND ONE WORD of what he said. This is an information I got from a french website.
I had to search to find a summary for this movie and the word cryptic says it all.

Mainly the story has a aim of getting back two horses in good shape.

Certainly not something to start a war over!!!! A lawyer or such tells Kohlhaas that the court was corrupt after he made a legitimate complaint for redress of the horses and mutilation of his friend.

There was a aristocratic bias that changed owing to the death of an elder nobleman at the beginning.

The princess and baron were in cahoots and both were criminals.

Both should have been exiled or put in prison for what they did to Kohlhaas.

The initial incident at the bridge was hard to understand.

Why didn't Kohlhaas pay the permit fee outright instead of using the horses for collateral?? Were they so sophisticated that money was considered an affront?? The Priest at the end convinces Kohlhaas not to go forward with his revolt and that was a huge mistake.

His wife gets murdered for which there is no retribution or explanation.

His horses nearly are murdered as well.

His best friend is killed in battle after being mutilated by the barons vicious dogs.

The entire population was up in arms supporting Kohlhass.

This type of loyalty or support doesn't just happen.

They all had an ax to grind.

Its inexplicable why Kohlhaas desisted in his attempt to overthrow the ruling class there.

He certainly had plenty of reason to die in the attempt.

It doesn't add up that he should die at the behest of two criminals to play by someone else's crooked rules.

All the pieces do not fit.

However it is a well acted,photographed and intriguing movie.
I gave this a 5 mostly for technique because that is the strongest point of the film. The film is an encyclopedic article as filmed by an art-house director- at least that was my impression. While the characters had legitimate, sympathetic motivations, and there were a couple of interesting discussions, there was no theme, no thrust, no spirit or spin. The ending is a fizzling out. Mads Mikkelsen, as always, can make anything seem profound, even though he only gets a line per twenty minutes of horse visuals- on the other hand, the horses were beautiful! Lol.

My rec: watch this if you really have time to waste, I've certainly seen worse, but don't believe the title, "age of uprising." That implies action. This is a quiet classic or art-house-style flick.
I am almost an hour into this movie and I barely know who any of the characters are (they are seldom introduced by name, occupation, relationship to the main character) and I've little idea what is going on. Maybe the story is well known enough in Europe that it makes sense to them, but I think even a story we know in the US (such as Abraham Lincoln), you'd at least say who is who, what is happening, etc. Anyway, it is explained a bit a little more than halfway through, but it should have come much sooner and it gets a bit confusing again. It is similar to a Robin Hood story, but not as lively or nearly as clear cut. If you have the hots for Mads Mikkelson and you don't mind being utterly confused and can watch this for free, go ahead. But if you have to pay for it... well... be fair warned because you probably are going to say "What the hell is going on?" at least once during this movie. Also, you'll be really glad to have not lived in that era. Gross.
German writer Heinrich Von Kleist's character Michael Kohlhaas questioned why should anybody be treated badly ?
It is on more than one occasion that German writer Heinrich Von Kleist (1777-1811) has turned out to be useful for French cinema. Firstly, it was Eric Rohmer who chose to make a film based on his work "Marquise d'O". After Rohmer, it is French director Arnaud De Pallières who chose to make a film based on one of Kleist most famous novellas "Michael Kohlhaas" with striking differences as instead of choosing a German style, he opted for a French setting in order to furnish Gallic touches to his film. The resulting film can be viewed from two angles which highlight the notions of equal rights and justice for all. From one angle, it is an ethical story which closely examines the concepts of good, bad, just, unjust, fair and unfair. It can also be viewed by many as a tale of revenge. The real Michael Kohlhass rose against noblemen of his times when his horses were taken and his wife murdered. There are not many critics who have commented upon this film's erotic elements as it has some passionate love making scenes. The role which religion played in all matters related to people and nobles is explained through the intervention of Martin Luther. His decision to support Michael Kohlhass suggests the say which religion had in legal matters. It is not only due to an ensemble star cast made up of French actors that Arnaud De Pallières' film "Michael Kohlhaas" gets a French look and feel but also due to its setting for which Cévennes region was chosen to film most scenes. For this reason, Arnaud De Pallières would be remembered for a long time to come as he has faithfully recreated old Prussia in Cévennes,France. Lastly, it needs to be stated that as a film "Michael Kohlhass" is 122 minutes of delightful, high quality cinematographic experience for which director Arnaud De Pallières had three great directors as inspiration : Werner Herzog (Aguirre), Akira Kurosawa (The Seven Samurai) and Andrei Tarkovsky (Andrei Rublev)
A Great film, no pfaffing.
I loved this film. No padding of any description, and only the salient points throughout.

I have to say, I love films that just get on with it, without hours of Hollywood filler; people talking endlessly about things of no importance, that have nothing to do with the story, just to fill the time.

There is none of the usual people giving each other long languishing looks, or making love forever, just because the story is so thin.

This film is the complete opposite of that. It's a little 'slow' if you like constant action, as I do, however it's all to purpose and that makes it very satisfying.

Mads is brilliant as always, and so is the rest of the cast. I'm going to track down the book now, it really deserves a read. The author took big liberties with a real story, but all's fair in love and literature. Especially philosophical literature!

This director has brought it to the screen beautifully, although I will say it's not a film for those who are incapable of reading between the lines.
Slow, ponderous, anticlimactic
A slow, ponderous, anticlimactic movie. Had a lot of potential: a 16th century revenge-movie, with comments on justice and how royalty treat their subjects. Yet, it only really touches on these subjects. Nothing is completely explored. There was so much room to make big, bold statements, yet the director pulls his punches.

Even the end just feels like a damp squib. Yes, there's an emotional element, but there is no point. All the points the movie seemed to be striving to make at some stage, go up in smoke. What a waste.

Good performance by Mads Mikkelsen in the lead role. Does his contract state that he has to be in every non-English European movie nowadays? It feels like it is. He is everywhere, and in various languages too. A highly talented actor.

His presence would be about the only positive to the movie.
What is justice? (May contain spoilers)
This movie is all about the question of justice, morals, and ethics within the context of choices. Kohlhaas had many options open to him, all of which were pointed out by different people.

He was a prosperous man who could afford to lose 2 horses, yet he chose to believe that the impartiality of the court system must prevail. Influence and wealth had no place in Kohlhaas's world.

He chose, along with his wife, to believe that negotiation was also an option and instead she found death.

Even in his crusade for justice, he chose to murder one of this own men (who had stolen from villagers) to reinforce that ethics must still prevail in war.

Kohlhaas was a deeply tortured soul who loved his family, his land, cared for his servants and was passionate about his horses. This is not a man who wanted to go to war willingly.

Yet when directly confronted with the wrongs of this world, his soul could not rest. The ultimate irony is that in the end justice did prevail, however the means to that end required Kohlhaas pay with his life from the very hands of those who gave him justice.

One must not forget the underlying political theme. This is during a time when institutions were a work in progress and if one man could attract a motley band of peasants and ex-soldiers for a personal crusade who else may come along and threaten the power base of the political elite.

Justice had no choice but to been seen to prevail. Yet Kohlhaas had to die for his insolence of inciting fear of revolt against those who ruled the lands.

Kohlhaas's story did not die with him and why it still remains popular today.

The Director, Anders Thomas Jensen makes his audience work hard in this movie and it helped to do some historical research before watching it.

This is a fabulous movie, raw and authentic.
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