Mid90s

A film by Jonah Hill.  In Eng­lish with Ger­man sub­tit­les.

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Ste­vie is 13, but looks a lot youn­ger. As always, it is sum­mer­ti­me in L.A. and Ste­vie is despe­ra­te to hang out with the big boys. At home his older bro­ther tyran­ni­ses him; his sin­gle mother is rare­ly the­re. When Ste­vie meets a group of cool dudes at the local skate­board shop, ever­ything chan­ges: the Nin­ja Turt­les pos­ter is repla­ced by a pin-up girl, he begins prac­ticing skate­boar­ding at night in front of the house and it is not long befo­re Ste­vie smo­kes his first ciga­ret­te.
Actor Jonah Hill (The Wolf of Wall Street) has paid gre­at atten­ti­on to detail in order to resur­rect the 1990s for his direc­to­ri­al debut. His sto­ry of a teenager’s dif­fi­cult search for reco­gni­ti­on and the right fri­ends unfolds with gre­at ease and ple­nty of music. Rep­le­te with mix­tapes, VHS cam­cor­ders, Nin­ten­do Play­Sta­ti­ons and a good dose of nost­al­gia, Hill’s 16mm film takes us into the world of a boy who is tes­ting his limits and is in dan­ger of gro­wing up too quick­ly. And on the sound­track, in addi­ti­on to film music sup­plied by Trent Rez­nor (Nine Inch Nails) and Atti­cus Ross, we are trea­ted to the songs of Nir­va­na, The Mamas & the Papas, Cypress Hill, Souls of Mischief and Seal.

 
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US 2018, 85 Min., engl. OmU
Regie, Buch: Jonah Hill
Kame­ra: Chris­to­pher Blau­velt
Mon­ta­ge: Nick Houy
mit: Sun­ny Sul­jic, Kathe­ri­ne Water­s­ton, Lucas Hedges, Na-Kel Smith, Olan Pren­att

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