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Rating=6,1 of 10 stars 1702 Votes Little Joe is a movie starring Emily Beecham, Ben Whishaw, and Kerry Fox. Alice, a single mother, is a dedicated senior plant breeder at a corporation engaged in developing new species. Against company policy, she takes one home as Jessica Hausner duration=1H, 45 Minute.
Free Little Joe - Glück ist ein geschäftsbereich. 2 nominations. See more awards » Edit Storyline Based on a true story, this is the tale of Josephine Monaghan, a young woman of the mid nineteenth century who is thrown out of her parents' home after being seduced by the family's portrait photographer and giving birth to his child. Josephine quickly learns that young, female, pretty, and alone are a bad combination for life in the wild west. In her desperation to survive, Josephine disguises herself as "Jo", a young man, and struggles to make a life for herself in a dingy frontier mining town. Can "Little Jo" live and love without revealing his secret? Written by Martin Lewison <> Plot Summary | Add Synopsis Taglines: In the Wild West, a woman had only two choices. She could be a wife or she could be a whore... Josephine Monaghan chose to be a man. Details Release Date: 20 August 1993 (USA) See more » Also Known As: The Ballad of Little Jo Box Office Opening Weekend USA: $20, 773, 22 August 1993 Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $543, 091 See more on IMDbPro » Company Credits Technical Specs Color: Color (Technicolor) See full technical specs » Did You Know? Goofs When Jo pulls the money out of the pouch in the general store, the way she holds the money and pouch changes in the next shot. See more » Quotes Tinman Wong: What kind of girl could you be somewhere else? What man would want you?. You don't have hair, half your face is destroyed with that ugly scar, you can't even make a pie. See more ».
The film is complex, not because its plot (it's not confusing) but due to all the philosophy underlying.
The images of the greenhouse are absolutely beautiful and the scenes that take place there rule the beat of the film.
As the director said in a film presentation, the camera has its own will, as it sometimes loses the plan of the characters and the dialogues, searching, perhaps, for a meaning hidden somewhere else. Also the soundtrack is very special, not just amplifying the mood of a scene, but sometimes dissonant and controlling it.
One of the best films of this year's festival season. Deep and original. Much underrated here in IMDB.
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Free Little Joe - Glück ist ein geschäftsbereich industrielle. This is the most Ryan Reynolds thing I've ever seen. This is the music we grew up listening to family gatherings enjoyed very much seeing all the smiles happiness of a family dancing around with each other and up to today this music always rocks in our gatherings even just a lay back day. Jessica Hausner with Ben Whishaw and Emily Beecham on the set of Little Joe. It is her first English-language film, and the first to get a major U. S. release. Photo: Christa Amadea/coop99 filmproduktion One of the first things you learn about plants is that they can only thrive in certain climates. As an interview subject, the Austrian filmmaker Jessica Hausner is the same way. On a recent meeting at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, any sort of open-air conversation is immediately off the table: Her glen-plaid coat and silk headscarf are no match for the brisk November breeze. A sortie into a greenhouse reveals it’s much too hot and humid to think straight in. Finally, we are drawn inexorably toward a basement area that is completely devoid of plants, and completely full of screaming children. (The garden is free on Fridays, a boon for journalists and schoolteachers alike. ) “I must apologize, I’m like an old lady today, ” Hausner says. She is aspirational in her directness. In 75 minutes of conversation, this is her only moment of self-deprecation. If you’re wondering why this interview is taking place at a botanical garden, well, so is Hausner. The idea was to tie into her new film Little Joe, a botanical thriller about a scientist who genetically engineers a flower that heightens oxytocin production in the brain, with chilling results. Except as it turns out, the director has no strong opinions about plant life. “Plants are like pets, you feed them and they are nice to you, ” she says. She does not care for pets, either. Helpfully, in Little Joe the flower is just a MacGuffin, an excuse to explore ideas Hausner is really interested in, like free will and why it doesn’t exist. The movie is like Invasion of the Body Snatchers, if the body snatchers turned their victims into happier, healthier versions of themselves. Most horror films allow viewers to shudder at fantasies of self-debasement; Little Joe may be the first to do the same thing for self-actualization. (At Cannes, one critic dubbed it “anti-horror. ”) Some reviewers have taken the film as a Black Mirror– style polemic against antidepressants, but Hausner doesn’t see it this way. “It’s saying, even if we all have been changed, it’s not so bad, ” she shrugs. There’s no point in worrying about unnatural influences crowding out authentic emotions, because there’s no such thing as authentic emotions in the first place. In her movies, nothing we do ever comes purely from ourselves. Hausner likes English a lot. “It’s short and precise, but not banal. ” She’s particularly fond of the phrase who cares?, which packs so much meaning into two little syllables. Photo: Petro Domenigg/coop99 filmproduktion As an American moviegoer, there is little shame in not having seen a Jessica Hausner film before. Though her previous efforts have premiered at prestigious European festivals like Venice and Cannes, Little Joe is her first English-language project, and the first to get a proper U. release. (Her previous film, 2014’s Amour Fou, played three theaters over here, grossing slightly more than $13, 000. ) Her work is not very popular at home either. “Austrians are educated to love opera and theater, ” she says, not arthouse cinema. Her sense of humor, however, she pegs as very Austrian: “It’s dark and dry. A lot about dying and death. ” There’s a heightened, distant quality to Hausner’s movies. She compares them to naïve art: The perspective is so unnatural that the abstract symbolism of the stories is even more apparent. Her frames often cut actors off at odd angles, and performers speak in spare, weighty tones. She matches this uncanny vibe with color schemes that would make Wes Anderson drool. Her recent work has been a festival of drab pinks and cheeky greens, and she has a penchant for bright red props that pop onscreen. Hausner’s sister Tanja does her costumes; sometimes, Jessica says, “We giggle at the humor of it. ” The highly unflattering look the heroine sports in Little Joe came out of a photo Tanja spotted in an issue of Vogue, of a model with a short ginger haircut, wearing a pink blouse and a beige trench coat. “She looked very 1970s, ” Hausner recalls, “But it was also clear that it was from nowadays. ” She wants her characters to feel slightly removed from the specifics of time and place. “I’m trying to make films that feel more like fairy tales, ” she says. To Hausner, naturalism is the province of narratives where characters have concrete desires. That’s never been her interest. “I don’t show the part of life where we can decide what we want, ” she says. “I show the other part, where we are influenced and manipulated by the society we live in. ” She is a master of observing the currents of unconscious social pressure, a concept you’d really think there would be a German word for, though it does not immediately spring to mind. In films like Little Joe, Amour Fou, and Lourdes, Hausner is focused on heroines who remain essentially alone. Clockwise from top: Photo: Magnolia Pictures Photo: Film Movement Photo: Palisades Tartan In films like Little Joe, Amour Fou, and Lourdes, Hausner is focused on heroines who remain essentially alone. Clockwise from top: Photo: Magnolia Pic... My favorite Hausner film is 2009’s Lourdes, which follows Christine (Sylvie Testud), a woman with cerebral palsy who visits the titular shrine, mostly as a way to get out of the house. Halfway through, she appears to have been suddenly cured, which necessitates a doctor’s visit to decide whether she’s been the subject of a religious miracle or a medical one. Once the hand of God has been confirmed, Christine’s fellow pilgrims have trouble hiding their dismay: Why her, and not someone more pious? Then, at a celebratory dance, she tumbles to the ground. Aha! No miracle after all! Christine gets back up, but the mood in the room has irrevocably shifted. Chastened, she sits back down in her wheelchair. And then there’s Amour Fou, a darkly comic retelling of the famous murder-suicide of Romantic poet Heinrich von Kleist (Christian Friedel) and his companion Henriette Vogel (Birte Schnöink). In Hausner’s version, the pair are not star-crossed lovers. Heinrich is an obnoxious egoist, but Henriette nevertheless finds herself drawn to his scheme as an escape from her stultifying domestic life, an escape her oblivious husband passively condones. Here Henriette’s fate is less a grand gesture than a deadly case of inertia. “She goes along to wait for the right moment to say no, ” Hausner says. “But she misses the moment. ” In Little Joe, Alice (Emily Beecham, Cannes’ Best Actress winner) is similarly on her own. By the end of the film, her fears about the flower’s harmful effects are falling on deaf ears; her coworkers and son, having already been exposed, wish she would just relax. It is probably not a coincidence that Hausner’s protagonists, all of whom are met with apathy, disbelief, and mistrust from those around them, are also all women. There’s little sisterly solidarity to be found in her work. “All my films are focused on being alone, ” she says. This is a separate quality from loneliness. “To be alone is not judging, it’s a basic condition. You still can be happy or have friends, but you’re alone. If you’re lonely, you pity yourself. You think, Oh, I’m so lonely. That’s the difference. ” On set, Hausner instructs her actors not to try to find the truth in any moment, but rather the lie. In Little Joe, Ben Whishaw’s character unloads a delicious bit of gossip about a co-worker — she’s got all sorts of issues, she attempted suicide, she’s hasn’t been acting like herself. But of course, he adds, he would never judge her. “Ben was very much in favor of working on those double-sided sentences, ” Hausner recalls. “If you understand that everyone is pretending anyway, then it doesn’t make sense to ask yourself if the plant changes your true feelings. Because, where are those true feelings? ” She sees human interaction as an unending series of lies, but this, too, she’s okay with. “If you say the truth all the time, it could be horrible. In a relationship, you have to lie. Otherwise, you cannot stay with a person for more than half a year. ” Hausner says this all very matter-of-factly, and her cinematic gaze operates at a similarly nonjudgmental remove. There’s a distinct amorality to her plots; if God exists, as He might in Lourdes, His ways are so baffling as to defy further study. “The films all talk about our wish that there would be some God or some happiness or some love. That is why we invent those words, ” she says. “Of course we would like to have romantic love, and have everything makes sense, and we would wish to have a happy life. But what is a happy life? Happiness is on my iPhone, a picture of the beach. I don’t know what happiness is. If you take a closer look, it vanishes. ” She hesitates. “Maybe I exaggerate. ” By now we’ve been sitting for a while, and before we go get coffee, I suggest we take another shot at visiting the conservatory. Hausner accedes to my own social pressure: “I don’t want to spoil your idea. ” We venture upstairs and find ourselves in a room full of immaculate bonsai trees. “I like Japanese bonsai, ” she says cheerfully. But after discussing her philosophy for the better part of an hour, I have to wonder: Is that just something she’s saying so we’ll have some plant talk? As it happens, Hausner is telling the truth. She loves a lot of aspects of Japanese culture: The Little Joe score, by Teiji Ito and Markus Binder, employs taiko drums to haunting effect, and she’s long been enthralled by kabuki theater. “It’s a friendly neighbor of the way I direct, ” she says — tight and controlled; formal, but a little exaggerated. For her next project, she plans on putting the actors in “super unnatural” makeup, the same way Kurosawa did. “The more films I make, ” she says, “the more stylized everything gets. ” The Dark, Deadpan Fairy Tales of Jessica Hausner.
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Little Joe (2019) Full MoVie L ittle Joe 6/10 by 1 users Watch Little Joe (2019): Full Movie Online Free A genetically engineered plant scatters its seeds and seems to cause uncanny changes on living creatures. The afflicted appear strange, as if they were replaced — especially for those, who are close to them. Or is it all just imagination? Thus starts a play between various truths, on which end stands the loss of the own identity. 🎥 Watch FuLLMoVie >> Title Little Joe Release Date Nov 13, 2019 Genres Science Fiction, Drama, Production Company The Bureau, Coop99 Filmproduktion, Essential Filmproduktion Production Countries Austria, Germany, United Kingdom Casts Emily Beecham, Ben Whishaw, Kerry Fox, Phénix Brossard, Kit Connor, Sebastian Hülk, Lindsay Duncan, Leanne Best, David Wilmot, Goran Kostić, Andrew Rajan Plot Keywords woman director, Alice, a single mother, is a dedicated senior plant breeder at a corporation engaged in developing new species. Against company policy, she takes one home as a gift for her teenage son, Joe. Director: Jessica Hausner Writers: Géraldine Bajard, Jessica Hausner Stars: Emily Beecham, Ben Whishaw, Kerry Fox WATCH Little Joe Online 2019 Full Movie And fRee How to Watch Little Joe (2019) Online Free? [DVD-ENGLISH] Little Joe (2019) (2019) Full Movie Watch online free HQ [DvdRip-USA eng subs]] Little Joe (2019)! (2019) Full Movie Watch #TheSoundofSilence online free 123 Movies Online!! Little Joe (2019) [EVILNESS] | Watch Little Joe (2019) Online 2019 Full Movie Free HD. 720Px|Watch Little Joe (2019) Online 2019 Full MovieS Free HD!! Little Joe (2019))with English Subtitles ready for download, Little Joe (2019) Box Office, 720p, 1080p, BrRip, DvdRip, High Quality. follow and share ¨“Twitter: ¨“Facebook: ¨“Instagram: ❈ ✮ ♔ ♛.
Free Little Joe - Glück ist ein geschäftsbereich industrielle automatisierung. 14 customer reviews There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. December 26, 2019 Format: Prime Video Verified Purchase Actually no science. Ever enjoy a navel orange? Ever eat a banana? Read how they reproduce, because the writer of this film never did. Yes, the movie has visual appeal, but it’s borderline moronic. My apologies, it is moronic. This is a movie that tries to be intelligent but wastes an interesting concept. I find it hard to believe that scientists would allow a crazy lady with her dog roam the facilities. Science is observations, but the leaps these twits constantly make are based on no observation. I mean how does ones dodge a stationary surveillance camera? Who’s let’s their children talk to them like that? How would this lady be competent enough to hold this job based on what they’ve shown of her. This movie was poor and lacked any sophistication. January 19, 2020 Format: Prime Video Verified Purchase This is a gem of a film. I know it has been compared to films which came before it. Some of these films I've seen, others I've not. That aside, I feel Little Joe stands well on its own. It pays homage whether by intent or accident. Alfred Hitchcock would have adored this film. The casting is perfect. The director presents many nuances that string together for a well paced and constantly moving tense yet subtle ride. I was also amazed at the moments I was startled enough to jump a little in my seat, which does not happen easily for me. December 24, 2019 Format: Prime Video Verified Purchase This an interesting little indie flick that has a lot of style and clean artistic visuals. It looks great but it lacks quite a bit of substance. If you watch the trailer you have pretty much seen the film. It would have made a great short film or episode of Black Mirror, but as a full-length film, it is slow and boring. Beecham is great as other reviewers have mentioned and all in all the acting it on point too. I just felt like this was a great idea but not a compelling enough story for a feature film. December 7, 2019 Format: Prime Video Verified Purchase This was beautifully shot. Really liked the performances - but there wasn't enough to really keep me engaged. There wasn't enough suspense or dread (it's not really suspenseful at all). If you are looking for a beautifully shot, very slooooooow moving movie with I guess some psychological dread - this could be for you. December 24, 2019 Format: Prime Video Verified Purchase The story unfolds like a flower in the spring, and blossoms into a mysterious storyline. It is entertaining and the only movie I've ever seen where the villain is... (spoiler alert)... a flower! The soundtrack drew too much attention to itself for my taste. I recommend this movie. January 25, 2020 Format: Prime Video Verified Purchase good for a 10 min short maybe January 5, 2020 Format: Prime Video Verified Purchase Couldn't get through it because of the horrible sound track. Also, it was slow. Very slow. January 12, 2020 Format: Prime Video Verified Purchase Stupid plot, idiotic science, you don't care about any of the characters There are 14 customer reviews and 30 customer ratings.
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Movies | ‘Little Joe’ Review: This Flower Can Dispense Joy, but It Has Demands Jessica Hausner’s new sci-fi film about a flower engineered to release a potent antidepressant evokes “Invasion of the Body Snatchers. ” Credit... Magnolia Pictures In a spotless laboratory-cum-greenhouse, dozens of blazing red plants thrive under the attentive eyes of a few folks in pale blue coats. The plants are flowers, but they don’t have petals; from their stems bloom long, undulating, spear-like tendrils. The flower’s developer, Alice, explains to her colleagues at Plantworks — a company preparing new product s for an upcoming market fair — that this special plant needs special care. One must not just water it, but talk to it. In return, its pollen will release a potent antidepressant. The flower will literally make you happy. Alice, played with vivid restraint by Emily Beecham (her performance earned her the best actress award at Cannes this year), brings a flower to her son, Joe (Kit Connor), after whom she’s named the plant. In a purple-lit room in their home, they look at Little Joe with awe. But Alice doesn’t quite know how to deal with her son when the plant’s happiness-dispensing starts to change him. Directed by the Austrian filmmaker Jessica Hausner with a detachment more professorial than wry, “Little Joe” manages to exert a peculiar pull in spite of being constructed with material you’ve likely seen elsewhere. There’s the strange stuff that happens at Plantworks, for instance, like the friendly dog who inadvertently spends the night in the flower lab and emerges unfriendly. Around that time, Alice’s colleague, Chris ( Ben Whishaw), expresses romantic feelings for Alice, but then becomes more concerned with the well-being of Little Joe. Later, Alice faces accusations of ignoring virus protocols in developing the plant, but before she can even get defensive about it, the issue is shrugged off. Hmm. The movie’s story line, concocted by Hausner and Géraldine Bajard, recalls that of the much-remade classic “Invasion of the Body Snatchers, ” in which emotional humans are replaced by unfeeling drones hatched from pods. The droll joke of “Little Joe” is that it frequently looks and feel like a “Snatchers” reboot as directed by a pod person. The tone is locked in with Alice’s own coolness. Hausner frequently frames shots with Kubrick-evoking one-point perspective. She uses lenses that make the distances between two people sitting in an ordinary-size room look enormous. The deliberateness of the styling makes the story’s predictability feel more like inexorability. The events may be familiar, but their stagings are unusual and often uncanny. The novelist Vladimir Nabokov once mocked professors, and, by extension, other critical types, who approached art works with the question: “What is the guy trying to say? ” “Little Joe” frequently invites the question for the deliberate purpose of resisting any answers. Is the movie a satire on Western society’s arguable overreliance on psychotropic drugs? Maybe. But the film also suggests a potentially metaphysical dimension. “Who can prove the genuineness of our feelings? Moreover, who cares? ” one character asks when disputing the idea that Little Joe’s control over its owners is something to be frightened of. When such concerns of authenticity are put aside, what is our ideation of humanity left with? That’s a scary thought. Little Joe Not rated. Running time: 1 hour 45 minutes.
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