Film Contact Inhaltsangabe & Details
Nach dem frühen Tod ihrer Eltern hat sich die Funkamateurin Dr. Eleanor `Ellie' Arroway voll und ganz der Wissenschaft verschrieben. Seit Jahren ist sie auf der Suche nach Beweisen für die Existenz intelligenter außerirdischer Lebensformen. Eines. Contact ist ein Science-Fiction-Drama aus dem Jahr des Regisseurs Robert Zemeckis mit Jodie Foster und Matthew McConaughey in den Hauptrollen. Das Drehbuch und der Roman Contact von Carl Sagan aus dem Jahr entstanden gleichzeitig und hatten sich gegenseitig beeinflusst. Der Film startete am 9. Der Roman bildet die Grundlage des gleichnamigen Films Contact von Robert Zemeckis. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Entstehungsgeschichte; 2 Handlung; 3. Contact. Jodie Foster will ein kosmisches Enigma lösen - und findet bei ihrer von Robert Zemeckis spektakulär organisierten Zeitreise zum Stern Wega ein. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Contact. Nach dem frühen Tod ihrer Eltern hat sich die Funkamateurin Dr. Eleanor 'Ellie' Arroway (Jodie Foster) voll.
Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Contact. Nach dem frühen Tod ihrer Eltern hat sich die Funkamateurin Dr. Eleanor 'Ellie' Arroway (Jodie Foster) voll. Nach dem frühen Tod ihrer Eltern hat sich die Funkamateurin Dr. Eleanor `Ellie' Arroway voll und ganz der Wissenschaft verschrieben. Seit Jahren ist sie auf der Suche nach Beweisen für die Existenz intelligenter außerirdischer Lebensformen. Eines. Film: Contact () - petmar.se: Filme, Kinos, Kinoprogramm, 3D, Charts, DVD, Video, Startdaten, Releases, Trailer und Bilder. Regionalisiert für die ganze.
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The Man From Earth. L'Homme qui venait d'ailleurs. Revu en La grosse tension, quoi! Cours Forrest, cours!!! Excellent film issu du roman de Carl Sagan.
C'est un style qu'il faut aimer. T , moi je crois aux E. T mais pas en dieux , moi je crois en rien Enfin un commentaire de quelqu'un qui a compris le film!
Astronomie ;. Les films qui me font pleurer se comptent sur les doigts d'une main, Contact est l'un d'eux. A part Matthew McConaughey, je ne vois vraiment pas pourquoi on compare cette chose a interstellar.
Et aussi de beaucoup de livres de Dan Brown. Jodie Foster portrays the film's protagonist , Dr. Eleanor "Ellie" Arroway, a SETI scientist who finds strong evidence of extraterrestrial life and is chosen to make first contact.
Carl Sagan and Ann Druyan began working on the film in Together, they wrote a film treatment more than pages long and set up Contact at Warner Bros.
When development stalled on the film, Sagan published Contact as a novel in , and the film adaptation was rejuvenated in Robert Zemeckis was eventually hired to direct, and filming for Contact lasted from September to February Sony Pictures Imageworks handled most of the visual effects sequences.
The film was released on July 11, Guided into science and communication by her now-deceased father, she listens to radio emissions from space, hoping to find evidence of alien life.
David Drumlin, the president's science advisor, pulls the funding from SETI, because he believes that the endeavor is futile.
Arroway gains backing from Hadden Industries, run by secretive billionaire industrialist S. Four years later around , with Drumlin seeking to close SETI, Arroway discovers a signal repeating a sequence of prime numbers, apparently sent from the star system Vega about 26 light-years away.
This announcement causes Drumlin and the National Security Council led by Michael Kitz to attempt to take control of the facility.
Arroway's team discovers a video hidden in the signal: Adolf Hitler 's opening address at the Summer Olympics in Berlin, Germany.
Arroway and her team postulate that this would have been the first television signal strong enough to leave Earth's ionosphere, reach Vega, and be transmitted back.
The project is put under tight security, and its progress followed worldwide. Arroway finds that the signal also contains more than 63, pages of indecipherable data.
The reclusive S. Hadden secretly meets with Arroway to provide the means to decode the pages. The pages reveal schematics for a complex machine that is determined to be some kind of transport for a single occupant.
The nations of the world fund the construction of the machine at Cape Canaveral. An international panel is assembled to choose a candidate to travel in the machine.
Although Arroway is a frontrunner to go, her hopes are scuppered by Christian philosopher Palmer Joss, a panel member whom Arroway met and briefly became romantically involved with in Puerto Rico.
When he brings attention to her atheism , the panel selects Drumlin, as more representative of humanity. When the machine is first tested, a religious terrorist destroys the machine in a suicide bombing , killing Drumlin and several others.
A cancer-stricken Hadden, now in residence on the Mir space station, reveals to Arroway that his company had secretly made a second machine in Japan and that Arroway will be the one to go.
Outfitted with several recording devices, Arroway enters the machine's pod, which is then dropped into three rapidly spinning gimbaled rings, causing the pod to apparently travel through a series of wormholes.
Arroway sees a radio array-like structure at Vega and signs of an advanced civilization on another planet. She then finds herself on a beach, similar to a childhood picture she drew of Pensacola, Florida , and a figure approaches that becomes her deceased father.
Arroway recognizes him as an alien taking her father's form and attempts to ask questions. The alien tells her that the familiar landscape and form were used to make their first contact easier for her and that this journey was just humanity's first step to joining other spacefaring species.
Arroway falls unconscious as she begins traveling back through a wormhole. She awakens to find herself on the floor of the pod, the mission control team repeatedly hailing her.
She learns that, from outside the machine, it appears that the pod merely dropped through the machine's rings and landed in a safety net.
A Congressional Committee is formed and speculates that the signal and machine were a hoax designed by the now-deceased Hadden.
Arroway asks the committee to accept the truth of her testimony on faith. Carl Sagan conceived the idea for Contact in The same year, Lynda Obst , one of Sagan's closest friends, was hired by film producer Peter Guber to be a studio executive for his production company , Casablanca FilmWorks.
She pitched Guber the idea for Contact , who commissioned a development deal. Carl's and my dream was to write something that would be a fictional representation of what contact would actually be like, that would convey something of the true grandeur of the universe.
They added the science and religion analogies as a metaphor of philosophical and intellectual interest in searching for the truth of both humanity and alien contact.
Sagan incorporated Kip Thorne 's study of wormhole space travel into the screenplay. Ellie Arroway was inspired by Dr. The writers debated whether Arroway should have a baby at the film's end.
New characters were added, one of them a Native American park ranger turned astronaut. Guber said: . Here was a woman consumed with the idea that there was something out there worth listening to, but the one thing she could never make contact with was her own child.
To me, that's what the film had to be about. Sagan and Druyan disagreed with Guber's idea, and it was not incorporated into the storyline.
In , Guber took Contact to Warner Bros. Pictures , and with the film's development stalled, Sagan started to turn his original idea into a novel , which was published by Simon and Schuster in September The film adaptation remained in development, and Guber eventually vacated his position at Warner Bros.
Guber became the new president of Sony Pictures Entertainment and tried to purchase the film rights of Contact from Warner, but the studio refused.
Coincidentally, in , Obst was hired as a new executive at Warner and began to fast-track the film by hiring more writers.
Goldenberg's second draft rekindled Warner Bros. The first script [for Contact ] I saw was great until the last page and a half In December , Warner Bros.
In addition to having aliens put on a laser lighting display around Earth, another version of the Goldenberg scripts had an alien wormhole swallow up the planet, transporting Earth to the center of the galaxy.
Miller also asked Goldenberg to rewrite Contact in an attempt to portray the Pope as a key supporting character.
Warner Bros. Robert Zemeckis, who previously turned down the director's position, decided to accept the offer.
For the cast and main crew members, he conducted an academic conference that depicted a detailed history of astronomy.
During the development of Contact , the production crew watched Stanley Kubrick 's A Space Odyssey for inspiration.
Principal photography began on September 24, , and ended on February 28, Studios in Burbank , and Culver Studios. All together, the art department created more than 25 sets.
In an attempt to create a sense of realism for the storyline, principal CNN news outlet commentators were scripted into Contact.
Other second unit work took place in Fiji and Newfoundland, Canada. Filming was briefly delayed with the news of his death on December 20, Contact was dedicated to Sagan: "For Carl" appears on the screen at the fade.
The sound designers used Pro Tools software for the audio mixing , which was done at Skywalker Sound.
Designing Contact ' s visual effects sequences was a joint effort among eight separate VFX companies.
Weta Digital, in particular, was responsible for designing the wormhole sequence. Blue walls, blue roof. It was just blue, blue, blue", Foster explained.
It was really tough. News footage of then-President Bill Clinton was digitally altered to make it appear as if he is speaking about alien contact.
This was not the original plan for the film;  Zemeckis had initially approached Sidney Poitier to play the president, but the actor turned the role down in favor of The Jackal.
When he said the line 'We will continue to listen closely to what it has to say', I almost died. I stood there with my mouth hanging open.
One notable feature of Contact is its use of digital color correction. This approach helped solve continuity errors during the location shooting at the Very Large Array in New Mexico.
The opening scene is a three-minute computer-generated sequence, beginning with a view of Earth from high in the exosphere and listening in on numerous radio waves of modern programming emitting from the planet.
The camera then starts zooming backward, passing the Moon, Mars, and other features of the solar system, then to the Oort cloud , interstellar space , the Local Bubble , the Milky Way , other galaxies of the Local Group , and eventually into deep space.
As this occurs, the radio signals start to drop out and reflect older programming, representing the distance these signals would have traveled at the speed of light, eventually becoming silent as the distance becomes much greater.
The sequence eventually resolves into the iris of young Ellie's eye as she is listening on her amateur radio. This scale view shot of the entire universe was inspired by the short documentary film Powers of Ten At the time, it was the longest continuous computer-generated effect for a live-action film, eventually surpassed by the opening sequence from The Day After Tomorrow Format production -.
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