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The Shape Of Water

Shape of Water – Das Flüstern des Wassers. |16 |2 Std. 3 Min.|Fantasy-​Filme. Eine stumme Putzfrau in einem Regierungslabor gerät durch ihre Neugier in. Mit "Shape of Water" räumte Regisseur Guillermo del Toro vier Oscars ab. Wir sprachen mit ihm über die Filmbranche und neue Projekte. Find Shape Of Water, The DVD at erdelykincsei.com Movies & TV, home of thousands of titles on DVD and Blu-ray.

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Mit "Shape of Water" räumte Regisseur Guillermo del Toro vier Oscars ab. Wir sprachen mit ihm über die Filmbranche und neue Projekte. erdelykincsei.com: The Shape of Water [Blu-ray + Digital HD] []: Sally Hawkins, Michael Shannon, Richard Jenkins, Octavia Spencer, Michael Stuhlbarg, Doug. Elisa arbeitet zur Zeit des Kalten Krieges in einem Hochsicherheitslabor in den USA. Sie ist stumm und lebt daher einsam und isoliert. Gemeinsam mit ihrer Kollegin Zelda entdeckt sie, dass in dem Labor eine mysteriöse Kreatur in einem Wassertank.

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Moviepilot, abgerufen am The Shape Of Water was a strange book I got from the library on Audible. It started out fascinating but very gritty and rough. Then it varied between long boring periods and interesting scenes/5. 2/18/ · The ‘sublime’ Sally Hawkins, with Doug Jones in The Shape of Water. Photograph: Allstar/Fox Searchlight Guillermo del Toro’s magical movie, a cold war thriller, is 5/5. 12/4/ · Symbolically draining the tranquil water of imagination filling the entirety of a shabby apartment during the opening establishing shot, The Shape of Water enters a fictionalized Baltimore of the Cold War s and introduces us to Elisa Esposito, played by Blue Jasmine Academy Award nominee Sally Hawkins, awakening from her dreamy slumber. She is a meek and mute woman of .

Stewart Arnott Bernard. Nigel Bennett Mihalkov. Guillermo del Toro Director. Guillermo del Toro Screenwriter. Vanessa Taylor Screenwriter. Guillermo del Toro Producer.

Miles Dale Producer. Liz Sayre Executive Producer. Dan Laustsen Cinematographer. Sidney Wolinsky Film Editor. Alexandre Desplat Original Music. Paul Denham Austerberry Production Design.

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November 6, Full Review…. October 19, Full Review…. October 9, Full Review…. October 2, Rating: 4. View All Critic Reviews Jul 08, Guillermo del Toro is one of those filmmakers I'd love to spend hours with talking movies.

His passion for the art form is infectious. Not being able to do that, at least I can watch The Shape of Water over and over again.

It's a love story about a woman and a beast. But, the real love story is about the moviemaking. Del Toro's zeal for using all the moviemaker's tool are in full display.

Aldo G Super Reviewer. Mar 17, Peter B Super Reviewer. Dec 22, Del Toro's direction saves this film from be a terrible film but it's no a great film like many people says.

Fernando M Super Reviewer. Nov 26, With this movie, I have now watched all of Guillermo Del Toro's filmography. I don't know if I've reviewed every single one of his movies that I've seen on Rotten Tomatoes, but I may end up posting the reviews on Letterboxd at some point or another.

Regardless, my fandom of Del Toro actually dates back to ish, when I was around 15 or 16 years old. I remember I had this Spanish teacher at school and one time she was talking about this movie, raving about it really, and that movie was El Espinazo Del Diablo or, as you gringos know it, The Devil's Backbone.

There was a Blockbuster Video that's how old I am, Blockbuster was still a thing and I regularly visited the store literally across the street from my school.

So, one of those times me and my aunt went to Blockbuster, I found The Devil's Backbone and we rented it. And, naturally, I loved the movie then and I still love the movie now.

As someone who is now 30, I have now been a fan of Guillermo Del Toro's work for half of my life and it's a fandom that I will carry until Del Toro decides to retire.

I think I would, quite easily, place him in my top five of favorite filmmakers of all time. Takashi Miike, Guillermo Del Toro, Bong Joon-ho, Park Chan-wook and Tarantino.

Those aren't placed in any real particular order, but that's just how they came to mind to me. The first two of those, however, Del Toro and Miike aren't on that list for their filmography per se.

Don't get me wrong Del Toro's filmography is top-notch but, as an example, Mimic isn't great though I don't blame Del Toro for that as much as studio interference and Crimson Peak is only just good.

The reason I place him there has as much to do with his unique visual style, his fantastical settings, the creatures that inhabit his incredibly detailed and impressive worlds and the writing.

It sounds implausible and ridiculous, but no more so than heterosexual sex between humans. When Strickland has sex with his wife, it is a harsh, proprietorial, unromantic business.

He is a nasty piece of work, and it is a satisfying moment when Elisa signs an insult at him, her face incandescent with contempt. It is immersive cinema.

The Shape of Water. Elisa works as a cleaner at the Occam aerospace research facility where she mops floors with the loquacious Zelda Octavia Spencer.

When Occam takes possession of an amphibious creature from the Amazon, Dr Hoffstetler Michael Stuhlbarg wants to learn from this strange beast, once revered by local tribes as a god.

There are strong undercurrents, too, of the silent pathos of Keaton and Chaplin, interspersed with bouts of musical fantasy, including an audacious Fred and Ginger-style routine that mirrors the monochrome dance designs of Follow the Fleet.

View all 24 comments. Apr 02, Bark Ladies Of Horror Fiction rated it really liked it Shelves: fiction , fantasy.

A mute janitor named Elisa shows him kindness and brings him eggs and music and they fall in love. There is brutality and ickiness but the sweet romance provides a nice contrast.

This book is based on the movie of the same name and if you enjoyed the movie, I think you should read the book too. The story is fleshed out most excellently as are all of the characters.

We see bad guy Strickland in action and he does some horrible, depraved things that end up haunting him throughout the story.

I loved seeing that bastard get beaten down. We also get to know Zelda and Giles and the Russian scientist on a much deeper level as well.

We get to know Elisa and are allowed in on all of her intimate thoughts. This is a unique and strange love story and I really and truly am glad I took some time to read it.

View all 10 comments. Aug 01, Mrinmayi marked it as maybe-later. THE BOOK WHERE THE GIRL FALLS IN LOVE WITH THE FISH I can't get this description out of my mind I have seen the movie BUT even while watching the movie "the creature" creeped me out I would tell what the creature actually is because I have seen the movie BUT I don't want to spoil it My biggest concern is I am Pescatarian myself And I LOVE eating fish BUT I can't think of them as romantic love interests I'll fry it I KNOW I AM TERRIBLE AT FLIRTING WHICH IS WHY I NEVER FLIRT You see my point I am shook To make the matters worse my friends once threatened me of gifting me the poster of the creature That creature has become my nightmare I don't think many of my GR friends have read this book If you have do let me know if this book is worth a read Disclaimer This is just a fun review I am not judging you if you have read this book Some people tend to take reviews personally..

Which is NOT my intent I am really missing eating fish I have to be vegetarian till 26th august Our Holy month aka Shravan is going on.

View all 42 comments. Feb 19, JV semi-hiatus rated it it was amazing Shelves: magical-realism , romance , , fantasy , 5-star-reads. Richard Strickland, a dom "She holds him, he holds her, they hold each other, and all is dark, all is light, all is ugliness, all is beauty, all is pain, all is grief, all is never, all is forever.

Richard Strickland, a domineering soldier, demands the creature's extermination through vivisection before the Soviets find what they are looking for.

Bob Hoffstetler, a Russian scientist highly skilled in the matters of espionage, thinks otherwise — though horrifying and magnificent, this primordial creature is capable of thoughts, emotions, and communication, and should be kept alive.

The mere existence of the creature baffles all of them, except for Elisa Esposito, a meek and mute custodian, who forms a strong connection with the peculiar creature from the deep.

Like water, her love for the creature flows overwhelmingly that she resolves to free it from its captors with the help of her co-worker and friend, Zelda Fuller, and her next-door neighbour and gay friend, Giles Gunderson.

I just love how Del Toro and Kraus created this complex, flawed characters — each of them transforming gracefully or retrograding to a path of destruction.

Plot-wise, it's exciting, thrilling, and terrifying. The romance aspect is but one of the few parts that makes this novel magical and delightful.

Their own struggles shape the world around them and make it pivotal to the narrative. In this novel, Del Toro and Kraus brilliantly gave them a voice — a voice that resonates and cuts through the fabric of their perceived reality.

It is through this novel that the characters are able to find themselves, continuously find their place in this world, or creating their own alternate reality in which they can live in a world devoid of all hatred — a realm where they are embraced with compassion, kindness, understanding, and love, suspended in water, unfettered by time.

If you haven't read the novel or watched the movie, I urge you to do so. Once upon a time, It happened a long time ago In the last days of a fair Prince's reign, A captivating tale about a Princess without Voice Who defied the odds And fought the monster who tried to destroy it all.

If I told you about her, what would I say? That they lived happily ever after? I believe they did.

That they were in love? That they remained in love? I'm sure that's true. But when I think of her - of Elisa The only thing that comes to mind is a poem, Whispered by someone in love, hundreds of years ago: "Unable to perceive the shape of You, I find You all around me.

Your presence fills my eyes with Your love, It humbles my heart, For You are everywhere. View all 15 comments.

Mar 26, Robin Bridge Four rated it it was amazing Shelves: reads , buddy-read , awesome-audio , chocolate-pms-day-reads , quit-crying-robin , stars , beautifully-broken-bastards , bb-b , uf-pnr.

I thoroughly enjoyed this story. The prose is beautiful and it helped me connect to each of the characters in a different way.

It makes me want to protect Elisa, our mute heroine that finds little ways to defy authority and be the woman she is. She is a good friend to those she cares for and so easy to love in 4.

Then there is Giles a man later in years who was born into a time where his sexual preference is deemed deviant and it has cost him so much be he remains true to the man he is.

I loved him and I really wanted to find a nice man to set him up with. Of everyone in the story he deserved a happy ending too.

This is, in short, the magic of art. To concede the possibility of being captured in this way is to actively collaborate with the artist. Giles might still, under the right light, bathed in the right water, be beautiful, too.

Lainie made me so grateful that I was not a woman in that time. She did her duty and married someone to keep house for and bare children.

Someone, who would make all the decisions as she cleaned and toiled. But what happens when he leaves for 18 months and she made all the decisions and felt the control and freedom of running her own life.

How is she supposed to go back to being just a Mrs. Strickland and not Elaine anymore? How do you go back to only crawling after learning to walk?

Inside these boxes are seventeen months of a different life. The whole thing is silly, she knows that. She will. Even the scientist that would normally be the bad guy in a book like this is someone I wished had a different life with more chances.

He was a man caught between impossible choices but I liked how he saw not only our fish man but people in general.

Watching him decay into the worst version of himself a small step at a time was just horrifying. Knowing his thought processes and why he made certain choices too was as awful as it was insightful.

The Dovonian fish guy is fantastic. At first when I heard there was going to be some boom-chicka-bow-wow between him and Elisa I was a little leery of that.

It was actually a bit beautiful how they communicated and after the ending it completely felt right for them to have that moment. I adored getting a few PoVs from the Devonian to really understand his thinking patterns and such.

It humanized him as more than a creature and made the story that much more special. This is a fantastic story of hope, doing the right thing and being okay with being different.

It showed how each of us might feel alone, but we are connected in so many little ways to so many people that you are never truly alone.

Audio Note: This is one of my absolute favorite audio narrations of the year. Jenna Lamia was spectacular in her narrative performance.

I loved her performance of this and will look for other books narrated by her. View all 3 comments.

When I first saw the previews for The Shape of Water I remember thinking that it not only looked different, but it looked weird.

Weird is my thing. I love weird. I embrace it. Well, when the book showed up on my GR Newsfeed I about shat myself out of pure excitement. Not only is it a book, but it is written by Guillermo del Toro himself.

We all know the man can make movies, but a writer too? Surely this was going to be a perfect storm of creative genius that I would fall hopelessly in love with.

She was orphaned as a child and has horribly scarring across her throat where her vocal chords were removed as a child.

And she loves wearing fancy shoes. Seems legit. Because as a janitor wearing glittery pumps makes all the sense in the world.

Or rather, she goes willingly into a room she has been expressly forbidden from entering. What does she find? The company is hoarding a man-beast.

It is some sort of reptile meets human who radiates colors and farts rainbows or something. Who the fuck actually knows? Either way, Elisa and her ruby slippers get this things motors running.

Because no one could ever love Elisa. But you know something? EVERYONE fucking loves Elisa. Not only does she have glittery shoes, but she is of the Bejeweled Vagaina Variety.

Everyone who meets her, walks by her, hears mention of her name is immeidiately smitten and must do everything in their power to bend over backwards for her.

FUCK ME. We have closet homosexuals being mistreated. We have the Civil Rights Movement. We have the Russians coming.

I mean it literally never ends. I am not even remotely trying to be insensitive to any of those issues. What I AM saying is that authors try to cram waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too much shit into one book.

And some of them do it with a grace that makes it almost unnoticable…Others, like del Toro, lack such grace and throw elements in with seemingly no rhyme or reason.

It makes my head hurt. There were so many things that were beautiful about this book. Guillermo del Toro Vanessa Taylor.

Sally Hawkins Michael Shannon Richard Jenkins Doug Jones Michael Stuhlbarg Octavia Spencer. TSG Entertainment Double Dare You Productions.

Release date. Running time. Sally Hawkins as Elisa Esposito, a mute cleaner who works at a secret government laboratory. Michael Shannon as Richard Strickland, a United States Colonel in charge of the project to study the "asset.

Doug Jones as "the Amphibian Man", an amphibious creature referred to as the "asset", with whom Elisa forms a close bond. An uncredited Del Toro provides the Man's vocal effects.

Octavia Spencer as Zelda Delilah Fuller, Elisa's co-worker and friend who serves as her interpreter. Nick Searcy as General of the Air Force Frank Hoyt, a United States Air Force Five-Star General who is Strickland's superior.

David Hewlett as Fleming, the laboratory's head of security. Nigel Bennett as Mihalkov, Mosenkov's KGB handler. Stewart Arnott as Bernard, Giles' former colleague.

Lauren Lee Smith as Elaine Strickland, Richard's wife. Martin Roach as Brewster Fuller, Zelda's husband. John Kapelos as Mr. Arzoumanian, the owner of the movie theater above which Elisa and Giles live.

Morgan Kelly as Pie Guy, an employee at a local diner; Giles forms an unrequited crush on him. Wendy Lyon as Sally, Strickland's secretary.

Sally Hawkins , Octavia Spencer , and Richard Jenkins 's performances garnered Academy Award nominations for Best Actress , Best Supporting Actress , and Best Supporting Actor respectively.

See also: List of accolades received by The Shape of Water. Archived from the original on December 4, Retrieved August 31, Penske Business Media.

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Archived from the original on July 27, Retrieved July 27, The Guardian. Guardian News and Media. Archived from the original on December 20, Retrieved September 9, July 25, Deadline Hollywood.

Retrieved July 25, The Playlist. Archived from the original on September 6, Retrieved September 7, American Film Institute. Archived from the original on December 8, Retrieved December 8, March 4, Archived from the original on March 8, Retrieved March 9, Chicago Tribune.

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