Sin Nombre Film Wo kann man diesen Film schauen?
Die Bandenrituale der Maras in Südmexiko sind martialisch. Willy ist dem Anführer der Gang, Lil' Mago, ein Dorn im Auge, denn er hat eine Freundin außerhalb des Banden-Territoriums. Dafür wird er hart bestraft, und seine Freundin kommt bei einem. Sin nombre (übersetzt Ohne Name) ist ein US-amerikanisch/mexikanischer Film von und das Regiedebüt des Regisseurs Cary Fukunaga. Premiere hatte. Entdecken Sie hier reduzierte Filme und Serien auf DVD oder Blu-ray. Wird oft zusammen gekauft. Film: Sin Nombre. Länge: 96 Minuten. Altersempfehlung: Ab 16 Jahren. FSK-Freigabe: Ab 16 Jahren. Regie: Cary Fukunaga. Darsteller: Edgar Flores, Tenoch. Sin Nombre ein Film von Cary Joji Fukunaga mit Edgar Flores, Paulina Gaitán. Inhaltsangabe: „El Caspar“ (Édgar Flores) ist 18 Jahre alt und Mitglied einer.
Entdecken Sie hier reduzierte Filme und Serien auf DVD oder Blu-ray. Wird oft zusammen gekauft. Wenn ein Film eine so brutale Welt zeigt wie Cary Joji Fukunagas mexikanisches Gang-Drama Sin Nombre, dann gibt es zwei Möglichkeiten. Film: Sin Nombre. Länge: 96 Minuten. Altersempfehlung: Ab 16 Jahren. FSK-Freigabe: Ab 16 Jahren. Regie: Cary Fukunaga. Darsteller: Edgar Flores, Tenoch. In Sin Nombre versuchen zwei vom Schicksal gebeutelte Lateinamerikaner über die Grenze in die USA zu fliehen. Wenn ein Film eine so brutale Welt zeigt wie Cary Joji Fukunagas mexikanisches Gang-Drama Sin Nombre, dann gibt es zwei Möglichkeiten. Sein stilsicheres, unter die Haut gehendes Langfilmdebüt Sin Nombre gewann beim Sundance-Filmfestival den Regie- und den. Sin Nombre. Filmstart in Deutschland: wenn – wie im September geschehen – der jährige Fotoreporter und Filmemacher Christián. Nichts am berauschenden Debüt des Amerikaners Cary Joji Fukunaga erinnert an einen Erstlingsfilm. Handwerklich souverän ist "Sin Nombre" inszeniert.
That hell is introduced by Fukunaga in the club rooms of the gang, whose members are fiercely tattooed, none more than Lil' Mago Tenoch Huerta Mejia , the leader, whose face is covered like a war mask.
Casper is a member of the gang, more or less by force; he brings year-old Smiley Kristyan Ferrer to a meeting, and the kid is entranced by the macho BS.
The three board one of the northbound trains to rob the riders, and that's when Casper meets Sayra and their fates are sealed.
Smiley, so young, with a winning smile, is perhaps the most frightening character, because he demonstrates how powerful an effect, even hypnotic, gang culture can have on unshielded kids.
In his eyes, Lil' Mago looms as a god, the gang provides peer status and any values Smiley might have had evaporate.
The initiation process includes being savagely beaten and kicked by gang members, and then proving himself by killing someone.
Smiley is ready and willing. There are shots here of great beauty. As the countryside rolls past, and the riders sit in the sun and protect their small supplies of food and water, there is sometimes the rhythm of weary camaraderie.
I was reminded of Hal Ashby's " Bound for Glory. At stations, the riders jump off and detour around the guards and then board the train again as it leaves town.
Yes, the issue of illegal immigration is a difficult one. When we encounter an undocumented alien, we should not be too quick with our easy assumptions.
That person may have put his life on the line for weeks or months to come here, searching for what we so easily describe as the American dream.
What inspired Fukunaga, an American, to make this film, I learned, was a story about 80 illegals found locked in a truck and abandoned in Texas.
Nineteen died. Roger Ebert was the film critic of the Chicago Sun-Times from until his death in In , he won the Pulitzer Prize for distinguished criticism.
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Edit Storyline Honduran teenager Sayra reunites with her father, an opportunity for her to potentially realize her dream of a life in the U.
Taglines: The greatest sin of all is risking nothing. Edit Did You Know? Trivia Cary Fukunaga spent two years researching the film, spending time with people on the trains and with gangsters in Central America.
He also used two gang members to script edit making the slang and language as up to date and realistic as possible. She smoked this puro, then told me with her freaky voice that I'd make it to the U.
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Runtime: 96 min. Sound Mix: Dolby Digital. Color: Color. Edit page. Willy, nicknamed El Casper , is a member of the Mara Salvatrucha gang and lives in Tapachula , a Mexican town near the border with Guatemala.
He introduces a young boy into his gang, and the boy is given the nickname Smiley after a violent initiation. Casper later helps Smiley to complete this initiation by helping him execute a rival gang-member.
Casper is romantically involved with a girl, Martha Marlen. Fearing for the girl's safety, he keeps the relationship a secret from his gang, but his double life causes his gang to doubt his loyalty.
When Martha follows Casper to a gathering of his gang, the gang leader, Lil Mago, escorts her out, despite Casper's misgivings.
Mago attempts to rape Martha and accidentally kills her. Later, he blithely tells Casper that he will find another girl.
Shortly afterward, Mago brings Casper and Smiley to La Bombilla, a location along the train tracks where potential illegal immigrants stow away on passing trains on their way to the United States.
Among the immigrants is a Honduran family introduced earlier consisting of the teenage girl Sayra, her father, and her uncle, who are on their way to relatives in New Jersey.
Lil Mago, Casper, and Smiley rob the passengers for any money they have until Lil Mago spots Sayra and attempts to rape her.
Casper intervenes, killing Mago and then sending Smiley off. Smiley goes back to the gang and reports about Mago's death.
The new gang leader, El Sol, accuses Smiley of collusion, to which Smiley timidly protests and begs to be sent to kill Casper to prove his loyalty.
El Sol agrees and Smiley travels north to track down Casper. On the train, the still distraught Casper is avoided by other passengers. When some try to throw him off the train, Sayra warns Casper and keeps on approaching him, despite her father's warnings.
Casper's knowledge from previously smuggling gang members and avoiding the police proves useful, as he eludes his pursuers. He is finally accepted by Sayra's family but decides to leave the train while the others are sleeping.
Unbeknownst to Casper, Sayra follows him off the train. Meanwhile, her father and uncle decide to continue the journey.