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Im Sommer des Jahres verliebt sich der College-Professor Humbert Humbert rettungslos in die erst zwölfjährige Lolita, und dank einer unglaublichen Verkettung von Umständen gelingt es dem kultiviert-dekadenten Europäer, das Mädchen mit der. Lolita ist ein US-amerikanisch-französisches Filmdrama von Adrian Lyne aus dem Jahr Die Hauptrollen spielten Dominique Swain und Jeremy Irons. Lolita () [dt./OV]. (89)2h 17min Im Sommer des Jahres verliebt sich der College-Professor Humbert Humbert rettungslos in die erst. therockshrimp.co - Kaufen Sie Lolita () Jeremy Irons, Dominique Swain, Melanie Griffith günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Lolita ist die Tochter seiner Vermieterin und zeigt für ihr alter eine ausgeprägte, sexuelle Frühreife. Nur schwer kann sich Humbert den Avancen des Mädchens.
Lolita () [dt./OV]. (89)2h 17min Im Sommer des Jahres verliebt sich der College-Professor Humbert Humbert rettungslos in die erst. Lolita (). Drama | USA | (DVD & Video: Lolita ist ein US-amerikanisch-französisches Filmdrama von Adrian Lyne aus dem Jahr Die Hauptrollen spielten Dominique Swain und Jeremy Irons.
A man marries his landlady so he can take advantage of her daughter. Director: Adrian Lyne. Writers: Vladimir Nabokov novel , Stephen Schiff screenplay.
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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Jeremy Irons Humbert Humbert Melanie Griffith Charlotte Haze Frank Langella Clare Quilty Dominique Swain Dolores 'Lolita' Haze Suzanne Shepherd Miss Pratt Keith Reddin Reverend Rigger Erin J.
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Edit Storyline In early adolescence, Humbert fell hopelessly and tragically in love with a girl his own age, and, as he grew into adulthood, he never lost his obsession with "nymphets," teenagers who walk a fine line between being a girl and a woman.
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Trivia The film had a hard time in finding a distributor. When filming finally began, New Line Cinema was the distributor, but they dropped the film from distribution when they saw an early cut.
It later got a limited cinema run, through a small independent distributor, before finally making a big premiere on the Showtime Entertainment TV channel.
Goofs When Humbert is in a second meeting with Miss Pratt and Reverend Rigger, he puts down the cake he is eating twice without picking it up in between.
Quotes [ first lines ] Humbert : [ voiceover ] She was Lo, plain Lo, in the morning, standing four feet ten in one sock.
She was Lola in slacks, she was Dolly at school. She was Dolores on the dotted line. But in my arms she was always - Lolita.
Light of my life, fire of my loins. My sin. Lolita is a drama film directed by Adrian Lyne and written by Stephen Schiff.
The film is about a middle-aged male professor, Humbert, who rents a room in the house of the widow Charlotte Haze and becomes sexually attracted to her adolescent daughter Dolores, also called "Lo" or "Lolita".
Lyne's film is more overt with many of the novel's darker elements compared to Stanley Kubrick's version , which used suggestion and innuendo for comic purposes.
The film had difficulty finding an American distributor  and premiered in Europe before being released in the United States.
The film was eventually picked up in the United States by Showtime , a cable network, before finally being released theatrically by The Samuel Goldwyn Company.
Lolita was met with much controversy in Australia, where it was not given a theatrical release until April He rents a room in the home of widow Charlotte Haze Melanie Griffith , largely because he is romantically attracted to her year-old daughter Dolores Dominique Swain , also called "Lo", who he sees while touring the house.
Obsessed from boyhood with girls of approximately her age whom he calls " nymphets " , Humbert is immediately smitten with Lo and marries Charlotte only to be near her daughter.
Charlotte finds Humbert's secret diary and discovers his preference for her daughter. Furious, Charlotte runs out of the house, when she is struck by a car and killed.
Her death frees Humbert to pursue a romantic and sexual relationship with Lo, whom he nicknames " Lolita ". Humbert and Lo then travel the country, staying in various motels before eventually settling in the college town of Beardsley, where Humbert takes a teaching job and Lo begins attending Beardsley Prep School an all-girls Catholic school.
Humbert and Lo must conceal the nature of their relationship from everyone- strangers they encounter when traveling as well as the administration at Beardsley.
They present themselves to the world as a father and daughter. Over time, Lo's increasing boredom with Humbert, combined with her growing desire for independence, fuels a constant tension that leads to a fight between them.
Humbert's affection for Lo is also rivaled by another man, playwright Clare Quilty Frank Langella , who has been pursuing Lo since the beginning of the pair's travels.
Lo eventually escapes with Quilty, and Humbert's search for them is unsuccessful, especially as he doesn't know Quilty's name. Three years later, Humbert receives a letter from Lo asking for money.
Humbert visits Lo, who is now married and pregnant. Her husband, Richard, knows nothing about her past. Humbert asks her to run away with him, but she refuses.
He relents and gives her a substantial amount of money. Lo also reveals to Humbert how Quilty actually tracked young girls and took them to Pavor Manor, his home in Parkington, to exploit them for child pornography.
Quilty abandoned her after she refused to be in one of his films. After his visit with Lo, Humbert tracks down Quilty and murders him.
After being chased by the police, Humbert is arrested and sent to prison. He dies in prison in November of due to a coronary thrombosis , and Lo dies the next month on Christmas Day from childbirth complications.
The first screen adaptation of the book, 's Lolita , was credited solely to Nabokov, although it was heavily revised by Stanley Kubrick and James Harris and was directed by Kubrick.
The screenplay for the version, more faithful to the text of the novel than the earlier motion picture, is credited to Stephen Schiff , a writer for The New Yorker , Vanity Fair , and other magazines.
Schiff was hired to write it as his first movie script, after the film's producers had rejected commissioned screenplays from the more experienced screenwriters and directors James Dearden Fatal Attraction , Harold Pinter , and David Mamet.
Right from the beginning, it was clear to all of us that this movie was not a "remake" of Kubrick's film.
Rather, we were out to make a new adaptation of a very great novel. Some of the filmmakers involved actually looked upon the Kubrick version as a kind of "what not to do.
Schiff added that Kubrick's film might better have been titled Quilty , since the director had allowed the character of Quilty to "take over the movie".
Lyne states in the DVD commentary that he prefers location shooting even though it is more difficult in some respects; and that the home of Charlotte Haze was filmed in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Lolita premiered in the United States on Showtime on August 2, Due to the difficulty in securing a distributor, the film received a limited theatrical run in the US on September 25, , in order to qualify for awards.
James Berardinelli praised the performances of the two leads, Irons and Swain, but he considered Griffith's performance weak, "stiff and unconvincing"; he considered the film better when she no longer appeared in it and concluded: " Lolita is not a sex film; it's about characters, relationships, and the consequences of imprudent actions.
And those who seek to brand the picture as immoral have missed the point. Both Humbert and Lolita are eventually destroyed—what could be more moral?
The only real controversy I can see surrounding this film is why there was ever a controversy in the first place.
Commenting on differences between the novel and the film, Charles Taylor, in Salon , observes that "[f]or all of their vaunted and, it turns out, false fidelity to Nabokov, Lyne and Schiff have made a pretty, gauzy Lolita that replaces the book's cruelty and comedy with manufactured lyricism and mopey romanticism".
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