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Josef Hader ist ein österreichischer Kabarettist, Schauspieler, Autor und Filmregisseur. Seit den er Jahren ist Hader einer der bekanntesten und populärsten Kabarettisten des Landes, der auch als. Skip to content. Menu. hrfsotenas.se · Biographie · Kabarett · Film · DVD+CD · Termine · HADER || PLAYER. Open Menu Overlay. Josef Hader · StartseiteFilm. Im Kino Regie: Miguel Alexandre Buch: Miguel Alexandre, Josef Hader Produzenten: Gerald Podgornig, Thomas Hroch, Arnold Heslenfeld mit Josef. Hader hat seine Filmarbeit bis heute fortgesetzt. Film[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]. Aufgrund seiner Popularität als Kabarettist wurde. Hader at the Berlin International Film Festival. Born, () 14 February (age 58). Waldhausen im Strudengau, Upper Austria, Austria. Occupation, Comedian, actor, writer. Years active, –present. Children, 2. Josef Hader (born 14 February ) is an Austrian comedian, actor, and writer.
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Khurram arrives with full force and a gunfight ensues; meanwhile Roohdar drops Ghazala at the graveyard. A fierce exchange of bullets and bombs leaves only Haider and few men on Khurram's side alive.
Just when Khurram is about to kill Haider, Ghazala pleads for a chance to convince Haider to surrender.
She confronts her son who says that he cannot die before avenging his father's death. Ghazala tells him that revenge only results in revenge and there is no end to this cycle, but Haider, who is bent on revenge, does not understand.
Ghazala kisses Haider goodbye and steps outside, only to reveal that she is wearing a suicide vest, given to her by Roohdar. Khurram and Haider rush towards her but she pulls the pins of the hand grenade resulting in a big explosion, killing herself along with the rest of Khurram's men and gravely injuring Khurram himself, while Haider is only slightly thrown back from the force of the explosion.
Haider goes to his mother's remains, weeps by her side and goes to kill Khurram, whose legs have been severed from his body.
He is reminded of his mother's words that "revenge only results in revenge" and thus decides to let Khurram live.
Khurram begs Haider to kill him to free him from the burden of guilt and to avenge his father's death, but Haider doesn't oblige Khurram, and instead ignores him and leaves just as Khurram dies.
Initially, Vishal Bhardwaj and Shahid Kapoor were in talks of making a sequel to their blockbuster film, Kaminey Though Gulzar liked the synopsis, he enquired Bhardwaj of the missing tragedy of Hamlet in the penned thriller.
His wife was deeply moved after reading the book. Bharadwaj didn't immediately read the book but was aware about its content. Later, Bhardwaj desired to change the synopsis.
Remembering Peer's book, he contacted him and they started the work. On co-scripting the same, he stated that writing Curfewed Night was a response to caricatures of Kashmiris in Indian political writing whereas he wrote Haider in the same spirit, with the same feeling with Bhardwaj.
There were sections of the To be, or not to be speech that was translated directly in Hindi. Due to constraints of time they had to omit the Apparel maketh a man soliloquy though.
Further, new soliloquies were created to convey "Hamlet"'s madness and the veiled political satire in it. The world of King Claudius and Polonius is portrayed as the counter-insurgency and government-run, counter-insurgent militias in Haider and thematically dominates the action.
Our way of looking at Kashmir has either been cosmetic — only for shooting songs — or rhetoric, where we show a man in a phiran , holding a Kalashnikov.
Haider is the first film where we see Kashmir from the inside. I don't think we have made a mainstream film about the issue.
As per the story of the book Hamlet , an Oedipus complex exists that draws "Hamlet" played by Shahid Kapoor towards his mother "Gertrude" played by Tabu that could have been interpreted both at a physical and psychological level, however, Bhardwaj kept this reference subtle as the target audience was predominantly Indian and called it 'one of the aspects in this mother-son relationship.
Shahid Kapoor learnt a six-page monologue for the climatic scene where his character "Haider" turns mad. He put forth the delivery of that monologue in front of a crowd of listening.
For filming the scene, which was done in 3—4 hours, Shahid Kapoor was made completely bald. Sumit Kaul, who played the character of one of the Salmans, was involved in training the Kashmiri accent of actress Tabu apart from lead actors Shahid and Shraddha.
His portions of filming were canned in fifteen days, however, he was with the team for two and a half months in Kashmir. He taught the nuances of the language especially when it translates into English or Hindi.
Kaul also helped actress Tabu get the enunciation when she sang the folk song "Roshe Valle" that was a part of the film score.
Somewhere she feels she has the responsibility to keep everything in control but obviously she can't. Her love for her son is crazy.
She is always trying to protect him from being misled and misguided. He Bhardwaj cast me as Shahid's mother because he wanted the oddity of the relationship to come out which wouldn't have come across with a regular aged mother and son combination.
You almost feel odd that these two are mom and son. Haider's predicament is that he doesn't know what to do with his mother—whether to love her, hate her, believe her, or kill her.
Dolly Ahluwalia has designed costumes for the film. She began working by creating Kashmiri designs of costumes in Delhi.
When Vishal Bhardwaj and his film's cinematographer were doing a recce in the valley of Kashmir, she was there to share her creative vision with him.
She took her sketches and swatches there. Instead of picking up costumes easily available in bazaars of Kashmir, she designed the phirans for Shahid Kapoor, hijabs and head scarves for both Shraddha Kapoor and Tabu.
The signs of madness in his character are depicted through the pom-poms in his cap during the track "Bismil" that is a manifestation of the traditional folk dance Dumhal of the Kashmiri valley performed by Wattal tribes.
Haider was shot in two parts. The first schedule was in November—December and then next in January—February Keeping the weather conditions in consideration, the first part of the film is shot in Autumn-Winter and the second part featuring intense drama and action sequences under snow.
The entire filming was completed in 54 days. Principal photography began at Dal lake in November A few students objected to the shooting of a few scenes and started "pro-freedom" slogans, dismantling the stage.
The youngsters also forced them out of the shooting location in Naseem Bagh Kashmir University Garden despite heavy security, claiming that they had no idea about the shoot happening on that location.
The location, the elements like face paint to depict war situations, have been used in 'Bismil'. Then there are feet tall puppets, which I have never seen in any song before.
Bhardwaj recruited a Norway-based choreographer for the choreography of this track. She stated that director of the film Vishal Bhardwaj had apparently agreed to the cuts.
Later, Bhardwaj clarified that the CBFC only demanded seven cuts but gave his film 35 extra cuts in order to make the script look more realistic.
The controversy over film's plot, analysts stated that India has become more open to sensitive subjects. Zakir Hussain, a senior analyst at the Indian Council of World Affairs was quoted saying, "As democratic traditions strengthen in the country, more and more such movies will be made and people will be educated.
Haider is the first step in that direction. In reply to this criticism, people on Twitter started trending HaiderTrueCinema which trended for 2 days and this caused BoycottHaider to be withdrawn from the list of trending Topics on Twitter.
The original songs and film score are composed by Vishal Bhardwaj. The film score was digitally released on 24 October The film received positive critical reception.
Writing for The Hindu , Sudhish Kamath felt, "Lyricist Gulzar, writer-director Vishal Bhardwaj, and writer Basharat Peer have given us an instant classic, a literary epic the screenplay is out in the stores too with a lesson to learn from recent history.
Haider is an incredibly brave uncompromising film made with loads of conviction with blatant disregard to market conventions, one that will make you cheer during the meta-moment in the film.
He noted, "In deviating from the original ending of Hamlet, it also makes a necessary point about the cyclical nature of revenge and violence.
He gave the movie 3. It's a Guztaq film that audaciously breaks every rule in the book, everything that you could have expected from it and ends up being that edgy watch which you'll savor, while you watch it from the edge of seats.
Haider is Chutzpah and inkeeping with the same vein, I will rate this film the highest I have ever gone with a movie.
This is an easy 4. Jha with immense praise felt, "Haider is a beast that just won't be tamed by regular cinematic definitions.
There is flamboyance and subtlety, both at once in the treatment. Elegance and earthiness rub shoulders in the execution of what is regarded as one of Shakespeare's most complex tragedies.
Above all, there are the performances — towering, luminous actors craning their collective creative necks into the director's vision, to give it mesmerising magical spin.
Mr Bhardwaj's third Shakespearean sojourn is his best yet. Haider is like a painting viewed from the road inside an art gallery. The vision is distant yet vivid, layered life-like and yet exquisitely poetic.
Critic Raja Sen of Rediff gave the film a maximum of five stars and wrote: " Haider is one of the most powerful political films we've ever made, a bonafide masterpiece that throbs with intensity and purpose".
However, it makes up for most of it in the dramatic, intense climax that you are treated to towards the end.
Haider is definitely a film you should not miss. Haider will be recognised as Shahid's career-best performance.
But it does have an undeniable dramatic punch. It is one of the best stories you'll every watch on celluloid. Give this edgy film a chance to entertain you.
Because it will do so with aplomb. It's certainly better than the other chutzpah out there. He claims this movie has anti-India pro-Separatist tone which portrays Indian Army in bad light.
Mike McHill of The Guardian wrote, "Radical Indian version of Hamlet gives the story compelling political angles and musical surprises.
A palpable hit, in any language. Bhardwaj's other Shakespeare films, and it may be deficient in the "Hamlet" department, but it certainly gives good Gertrude.
Tabu and Kapoor surrender themselves completely to their roles and are endearingly uninhibited. The pace is never hurried, so be a bit patient and give these superbly talented actors a chance.
Just like the cinematography that captures Kashmir's rugged beauty, Haider will wow you with its raw appeal.
Shakespearean tragedy Hamlet gets a sinfully delightful adaptation by master filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj".
But Haider transpires to be a far less irreverent interpretation than, say, the US version in which Ethan Hawke delivered the "To be or not to be" soliloquy from the "Action" section of Blockbuster Video.
Bhardwaj relocates the action to Kashmir in the mids. If the graft doesn't quite take, it's because the film is so persuasive in portraying the oppression of the Kashmiri people that the woes of Hamlet seem small beer.
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Down 10, this week. Josef Hader was born on February 14, in Waldhausen, Austria. After attending grammar school in Melk Lower Austria he started studying Germany and History in , but actually he focused on his talent as a comedian.
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