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Winter's Tale ein Film von Akiva Goldsman mit Colin Farrell, Jessica Brown Findlay. Inhaltsangabe: Peter Lake (Colin Farrell) ist ein irischstämmiger New Yorker. "Winter's Tale" spielt in einem mythischen New York, umfasst mehrere Jahrhunderte und handelt von Wundern, schicksalhaften Begegnungen und vom ewig. Set in a mythic New York City and spanning more than a century, “Winter's Tale” is a story of miracles, crossed destinies, and the age-old battle between good.

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Paulina seems convinced of Hermione's death, and Leontes' order to visit both bodies and see them interred is never called into question by later events in the play.

Shakespeare's fellow playwright Ben Jonson ridiculed the presence in the play of a seacoast and a desert in Bohemia, since the Kingdom of Bohemia which roughly corresponds to the modern-day Czech Republic had neither a coast being landlocked nor a desert.

At the time of the medieval Kingdom of Sicily, however, Bithynia was long extinct and its territories were controlled by the Byzantine Empire.

On the other hand, the play alludes to Hellenistic antiquity e. The pastoral genre is not known for precise verisimilitude, and, like the assortment of mixed references to ancient religion and contemporary religious figures and customs, this possible inaccuracy may have been included to underscore the play's fantastical and chimeric quality.

As Andrew Gurr puts it, Bohemia may have been given a seacoast "to flout geographical realism, and to underline the unreality of place in the play".

A theory explaining the existence of the seacoast in Bohemia offered by C. Herford is suggested in Shakespeare's chosen title of the play.

A winter's tale is something associated with parents telling children stories of legends around a fireside: by using this title, it implies to the audience that these details should not be taken too seriously.

In the novel Prince Otto by Robert Louis Stevenson reference is made to the land of Seaboard Bohemia in the context of an obvious parody of Shakespeare's apparent liberties with geography in the play.

Likewise, Shakespeare's apparent mistake of placing the Oracle of Delphi on a small island has been used as evidence of Shakespeare's limited education.

However, Shakespeare again copied this locale directly from "Pandosto". Moreover, the erudite Robert Greene was not in error, as the Isle of Delphos does not refer to Delphi, but to the Cycladic island of Delos , the mythical birthplace of Apollo, which from the 15th to the late 17th century in England was known as "Delphos".

The play contains the most famous of Shakespearean stage directions: Exit, pursued by a bear , presaging the offstage death of Antigonus. It is not known whether Shakespeare used a real bear from the London bear-pits , [23] or an actor in bear costume.

The Lord Admiral's Men, the rival playing company to the Lord Chamberlain's Men during the s, are reported to have possessed "j beares skyne" among their stage properties in a surviving inventory dated March Perhaps a similar prop was later used by Shakespeare's company.

The Royal Shakespeare Company, in one production of this play, used a large sheet of silk which moved and created shapes to symbolise both the bear and the gale in which Antigonus is travelling.

One comic moment in the play deals with a servant not realising that poetry featuring references to dildos is vulgar, presumably from not knowing what the word means.

This play and Ben Jonson 's play The Alchemist are typically cited as the first usage of the word in publication.

The earliest recorded performance of the play was recorded by Simon Forman , the Elizabethan "figure caster" or astrologer, who noted in his journal on 11 May that he saw The Winter's Tale at the Globe playhouse.

The play was then performed in front of King James at Court on 5 November Later Court performances occurred on 7 April , 18 January , and 16 January The Winter's Tale was not revived during the Restoration , unlike many other Shakespearean plays.

One of the best remembered modern productions was staged by Peter Brook in London in and starred John Gielgud as Leontes. Other notable stagings featured John Philip Kemble in , Samuel Phelps in , and Charles Kean in an production that was famous for its elaborate sets and costumes.

The longest-running Broadway production [28] starred Henry Daniell and Jessie Royce Landis and ran for 39 performances in In , the Kenneth Branagh Production company staged the play at the Garrick Theatre, with simultaneous broadcast to cinemas.

In a partnership with the BBC and Riverside Studios the production was livestreamed all around the world. In , the play was also performed at Shakespeare's Globe , in London.

There have been two film versions, a silent film [39] and a version starring Laurence Harvey as Leontes. An "orthodox" BBC production was televised in Choreographer Christopher Wheeldon created a full-length ballet , with music by Joby Talbot , based on the play.

In , author E. This production will be re-broadcast on 6 May From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

This article is about Shakespeare's play. For other uses, see Winter's Tale disambiguation. Hermione — The virtuous and beautiful Queen of Sicily.

Camillo — An honest Sicilian nobleman. Paulina — A noblewoman of Sicily. Antigonus — Paulina's husband, and also a loyal friend of Hermione. Dion — A lord of Sicily.

Cleomenes — A Sicilian lord. Mamillius — The young prince of Sicily, Leontes and Hermione's son.

Emilia — One of Hermione's ladies-in-waiting. Gaoler — Charged with imprisoning Hermione. Mariner — His ship takes Antigonus to Bohemia.

Florizel — Polixenes's only son and heir. Perdita — The daughter of Leontes and Hermione, unaware of her royal lineage. Shepherd — An old and honourable sheep-tender.

Autolycus — A roguish peddler, vagabond, and pickpocket. Mopsa — A shepherdess, in love with Young Shepherd. Dorcas — A shepherdess, in love with Young Shepherd.

Lords, servants, gentlemen, ladies in Sicilia Shepherds, shepherdesses, servants in Bohemia. Main article: List of William Shakespeare screen adaptations.

Pafford there was some hesitation as to where WT belonged at the time of printing the Folio. Pafford, ed. The Winter's Tale Arden Shakespeare 3rd ed.

Samuel Johnson and George Steevens. London, , Vol. I: —; DION The violent carriage of it Will clear or end the business: when the oracle, Thus by Apollo's great divine seal'd up, Shall the contents discover, something rare Even then will rush to knowledge.

Go: fresh horses! And gracious be the issue! Let us be clear'd Of being tyrannous, since we so openly Proceed in justice, which shall have due course, Even to the guilt or the purgation.

Produce the prisoner. Officer It is his highness' pleasure that the queen Appear in person here in court. Mariner Ay, my lord: and fear We have landed in ill time: the skies look grimly And threaten present blusters.

In my conscience, The heavens with that we have in hand are angry And frown upon 's. Go, get aboard; Look to thy bark: I'll not be long before I call upon thee.

Mariner Make your best haste, and go not Too far i' the land: 'tis like to be loud weather; Besides, this place is famous for the creatures Of prey that keep upon't.

Mariner I am glad at heart To be so rid o' the business. Besides, the penitent king, my master, hath sent for me; to whose feeling sorrows I might be some allay, or I o'erween to think so, which is another spur to my departure.

POLIXENES As thou lovest me, Camillo, wipe not out the rest of thy services by leaving me now: the need I have of thee thine own goodness hath made; better not to have had thee than thus to want thee: thou, having made me businesses which none without thee can sufficiently manage, must either stay to execute them thyself or take away with thee the very services thou hast done; which if I have not enough considered, as too much I cannot, to be more thankful to thee shall be my study, and my profit therein the heaping friendships.

Of that fatal country, Sicilia, prithee speak no more; whose very naming punishes me with the remembrance of that penitent, as thou callest him, and reconciled king, my brother; whose loss of his most precious queen and children are even now to be afresh lamented.

Say to me, when sawest thou the Prince Florizel, my son? Kings are no less unhappy, their issue not being gracious, than they are in losing them when they have approved their virtues.

What his happier affairs may be, are to me unknown: but I have missingly noted, he is of late much retired from court and is less frequent to his princely exercises than formerly he hath appeared.

POLIXENES I have considered so much, Camillo, and with some care; so far that I have eyes under my service which look upon his removedness; from whom I have this intelligence, that he is seldom from the house of a most homely shepherd; a man, they say, that from very nothing, and beyond the imagination of his neighbours, is grown into an unspeakable estate.

CAMILLO I have heard, sir, of such a man, who hath a daughter of most rare note: the report of her is extended more than can be thought to begin from such a cottage.

Thou shalt accompany us to the place; where we will, not appearing what we are, have some question with the shepherd; from whose simplicity I think it not uneasy to get the cause of my son's resort thither.

Prithee, be my present partner in this business, and lay aside the thoughts of Sicilia. We must disguise ourselves.

The white sheet bleaching on the hedge, With heigh! Doth set my pugging tooth on edge; For a quart of ale is a dish for a king. The lark, that tirra-lyra chants, With heigh!

I have served Prince Florizel and in my time wore three-pile; but now I am out of service: But shall I go mourn for that, my dear?

The pale moon shines by night: And when I wander here and there, I then do most go right. If tinkers may have leave to live, And bear the sow-skin budget, Then my account I well may, give, And in the stocks avouch it.

My traffic is sheets; when the kite builds, look to lesser linen. My father named me Autolycus; who being, as I am, littered under Mercury, was likewise a snapper-up of unconsidered trifles.

With die and drab I purchased this caparison, and my revenue is the silly cheat. Gallows and knock are too powerful on the highway: beating and hanging are terrors to me: for the life to come, I sleep out the thought of it.

A prize! Enter Clown. This your sheep-shearing Is as a meeting of the petty gods, And you the queen on't. Your high self, The gracious mark o' the land, you have obscured With a swain's wearing, and me, poor lowly maid, Most goddess-like prank'd up: but that our feasts In every mess have folly and the feeders Digest it with a custom, I should blush To see you so attired, sworn, I think, To show myself a glass.

To me the difference forges dread; your greatness Hath not been used to fear. Even now I tremble To think your father, by some accident, Should pass this way as you did: O, the Fates!

How would he look, to see his work so noble Vilely bound up? What would he say? Or how Should I, in these my borrow'd flaunts, behold The sternness of his presence?

The gods themselves, Humbling their deities to love, have taken The shapes of beasts upon them: Jupiter Became a bull, and bellow'd; the green Neptune A ram, and bleated; and the fire-robed god, Golden Apollo, a poor humble swain, As I seem now.

Their transformations Were never for a piece of beauty rarer, Nor in a way so chaste, since my desires Run not before mine honour, nor my lusts Burn hotter than my faith.

Or I'll be thine, my fair, Or not my father's. Februar Er nennt sich Peter Lake. Peter wurde von dem Gangsterboss Pearly Soames aufgezogen und verdient sich seinen Lebensunterhalt nun als Einbrecher und Dieb.

Obwohl Peter hofft, nach Florida zu ziehen und erst wieder im Sommer zurückzukehren, ermutigt ihn das Pferd zu einem letzten Einbruch in ein nobles Stadthaus.

Danach setzt sie sich ans Klavier, während Peter gleichzeitig im Hause versucht, den Safe zu öffnen. Dabei entdeckt er sie. Die beiden sind sich augenblicklich sympathisch und verlieben sich ineinander.

Peter verabschiedet sich von Beverly, um vor Pearly zu fliehen. Vorher geht er noch einmal zu Beverly zurück, um sie ein letztes Mal zu sehen.

Als Pearly versucht Beverly zu töten, wird sie von Peter gerettet. Wenn er stirbt, wird er zu einem Stern. Sie, Beverly, werde im Tode zu einem Stern werden, Peters inwärtiges Wunder werde jedoch noch in ihm sein, solange er am Leben ist.

Pearly sucht einen dunklen Abwasserkanal auf. Dort trifft er auf seinen Boss Luzifer, den Richter. Also beauftragt dieser einen gefallenen Engel, der zum Menschen wurde, Beverly zu vergiften.

Animation World Network. For I cannot be Mine own, nor any R. Lee Ermey to any, if I be not thine. Akiva Goldsman. Caleb Deschanel. The Winter's Tale was revived again in the Tiana Benjamin century, when the fourth " pastoral " act was Charmane Star popular. First Lady Come, my gracious lord, Shall I be your playfellow? My father named me Autolycus; who being, as I am, littered under Mercury, was likewise a snapper-up of unconsidered trifles. A sea-port in Sicilia.

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Pearly Soames Jessica Brown Findlay Beverly Penn Jon Patrick Walker Optometrist David O'Brien Hart Penn House Butler William Hurt Isaac Penn Maurice Jones Cecil Mature Mckayla Twiggs Young Willa Matthew R.

Edit Storyline New York City is subsumed in arctic winds, dark nights, and white lights, its life unfolds, for it is an extraordinary hive of the imagination, the greatest house ever built, and nothing exists that can check its vitality.

Taglines: This is not a true story. This is true love. Edit Did You Know? Goofs Little Willa is about 7 or 8 in , which would make her about in when she meets Peter again.

Due to the premise of the film, this is not necessarily oversight, but indicates that she is special like many of the other characters.

Quotes [ first lines ] Beverly Penn : [ narrating ] What if, once upon a time, there were no stars in the sky at all? What if the stars are not what we think?

What if the light from afar doesn't come from the rays of distant suns, but from our wings as we turn into angels? Destiny calls to each of us.

And there is a world behind the world where we are all connected, all part of a great and moving plan. Magic is everywhere around us.

You just have to look. Look closely. For even time and distance are not what they Crazy Credits The opening logos for Warner Bros.

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What to Stream on Prime Video. Leontes shuns the news, refusing to believe it as the truth. As this news is revealed, word comes that Leontes' son, Mamillius, has died of a wasting sickness brought on by the accusations against his mother.

At this, Hermione falls in a swoon, and is carried away by Paulina, who subsequently reports the queen's death to her heartbroken and repentant husband.

Leontes vows to spend the rest of his days atoning for the loss of his son, his abandoned daughter, and his queen.

Antigonus, meanwhile, abandons the baby on the coast of Bohemia, reporting that Hermione appeared to him in a dream and bade him name the girl Perdita.

He leaves a fardel a bundle by the baby containing gold and other trinkets which suggest that the baby is of noble blood. A violent storm suddenly appears, wrecking the ship on which Antigonus arrived.

He wishes to take pity on the child, but is chased away in one of Shakespeare's most famous stage directions: "Exit, pursued by a bear.

Camillo, now in the service of Polixenes, begs the Bohemian king to allow him to return to Sicilia. Polixenes refuses and reports to Camillo that his son, Prince Florizel, has fallen in love with a lowly shepherd girl: Perdita.

He suggests to Camillo that, to take his mind off thoughts of home, they disguise themselves and attend the sheep-shearing feast where Florizel and Perdita will be betrothed.

At the feast, hosted by the Old Shepherd who has prospered thanks to the gold in the fardel, the pedlar Autolycus picks the pocket of the Young Shepherd and, in various guises, entertains the guests with bawdy songs and the trinkets he sells.

Disguised, Polixenes and Camillo watch as Florizel under the guise of a shepherd named Doricles and Perdita are betrothed. Then, tearing off the disguise, Polixenes angrily intervenes, threatening the Old Shepherd and Perdita with torture and death and ordering his son never to see the shepherd's daughter again.

With the aid of Camillo, however, who longs to see his native land again, Florizel and Perdita take ship for Sicilia, using the clothes of Autolycus as a disguise.

They are joined in their voyage by the Old Shepherd and his son who are directed there by Autolycus. In Sicilia, Leontes is still in mourning.

Cleomenes and Dion plead with him to end his time of repentance because the kingdom needs an heir. Paulina, however, convinces the king to remain unmarried forever since no woman can match the greatness of his lost Hermione.

Florizel and Perdita arrive, and they are greeted effusively by Leontes. Florizel pretends to be on a diplomatic mission from his father, but his cover is blown when Polixenes and Camillo, too, arrive in Sicilia.

The meeting and reconciliation of the kings and princes is reported by gentlemen of the Sicilian court: how the Old Shepherd raised Perdita, how Antigonus met his end, how Leontes was overjoyed at being reunited with his daughter, and how he begged Polixenes for forgiveness.

The Old Shepherd and Young Shepherd, now made gentlemen by the kings, meet Autolycus, who asks them for their forgiveness for his roguery.

Leontes, Polixenes, Camillo, Florizel and Perdita then go to Paulina's house in the country, where a statue of Hermione has been recently finished.

The sight of his wife's form makes Leontes distraught, but then, to everyone's amazement, the statue shows signs of vitality; it is Hermione, restored to life.

As the play ends, Perdita and Florizel are engaged, and the whole company celebrates the miracle. Despite this happy ending typical of Shakespeare's comedies and romances, the impression of the unjust death of young prince Mamillius lingers to the end, being an element of unredeemed tragedy, in addition to the years wasted in separation.

Shakespeare's changes to the plot are uncharacteristically slight, especially in light of the romance's undramatic nature, and Shakespeare's fidelity to it gives The Winter's Tale its most distinctive feature: the sixteen-year gap between the third and fourth acts.

There are minor changes in names, places, and minor plot details, but the largest changes lie in the survival and reconciliation of Hermione and Leontes Greene's Pandosto at the end of the play.

The character equivalent to Hermione in Pandosto dies after being accused of adultery, while Leontes' equivalent looks back upon his deeds including an incestuous fondness for his daughter and slays himself.

Greene follows the usual ethos of Hellenistic romance, in which the return of a lost prince or princess restores order and provides a sense of humour and closure that evokes Providence 's control.

Shakespeare, by contrast, sets in the foreground the restoration of the older, indeed aged, generation, in the reunion of Leontes and Hermione.

Leontes not only lives, but seems to insist on the happy ending of the play. It has been suggested that the use of a pastoral romance from the s indicates that at the end of his career, Shakespeare felt a renewed interest in the dramatic contexts of his youth.

Minor influences also suggest such an interest. As in Pericles , he uses a chorus to advance the action in the manner of the naive dramatic tradition; the use of a bear in the scene on the Bohemian seashore is almost certainly indebted to Mucedorus , [3] a chivalric romance revived at court around The play was not published until the First Folio of In spite of tentative early datings see below , most critics believe the play is one of Shakespeare's later works, possibly written in or Arden Shakespeare editor J.

Pafford found that "the language, style, and spirit of the play all point to a late date. The tangled speech, the packed sentences, speeches which begin and end in the middle of a line, and the high percentage of light and weak endings are all marks of Shakespeare's writing at the end of his career.

But of more importance than a verse test is the similarity of the last plays in spirit and themes. In the late 18th century, Edmond Malone suggested that a "book" listed in the Stationers' Register on 22 May , under the title "a Wynters nightes pastime", might have been Shakespeare's, though no copy of it is known.

Samuel A. Tannenbaum wrote that Malone subsequently "seems to have assigned it to ; later still, to ; and finally he settled on — Hunter assigned it to about A play called "The Winter's Tale" would immediately indicate to contemporary audiences that the work would present an "idle tale", an old wives' tale not intended to be realistic and offering the promise of a happy ending.

The title may have been inspired by George Peele 's play The Old Wives' Tale of , in which a storyteller tells "a merry winter's tale" of a missing daughter.

The Steward announces that the members of the court have gone to Paulina's dwelling to see the statue; Rogero offers this exposition: "I thought she had some great matter there in hand, for she [Paulina] hath privately twice or thrice a day, ever since the death of Hermione, visited that removed house" 5.

Further, Leontes is surprised that the statue is "so much wrinkled", unlike the Hermione he remembers. Paulina answers his concern by claiming that the age-progression attests to the "carver's excellence", which makes her look "as [if] she lived now".

However, the action of 3. Hermione swoons upon the news of Mamilius' death, and is rushed from the room. Paulina returns after a short monologue from Leontes, bearing the news of Hermione's death.

Paulina seems convinced of Hermione's death, and Leontes' order to visit both bodies and see them interred is never called into question by later events in the play.

Shakespeare's fellow playwright Ben Jonson ridiculed the presence in the play of a seacoast and a desert in Bohemia, since the Kingdom of Bohemia which roughly corresponds to the modern-day Czech Republic had neither a coast being landlocked nor a desert.

At the time of the medieval Kingdom of Sicily, however, Bithynia was long extinct and its territories were controlled by the Byzantine Empire.

On the other hand, the play alludes to Hellenistic antiquity e. The pastoral genre is not known for precise verisimilitude, and, like the assortment of mixed references to ancient religion and contemporary religious figures and customs, this possible inaccuracy may have been included to underscore the play's fantastical and chimeric quality.

As Andrew Gurr puts it, Bohemia may have been given a seacoast "to flout geographical realism, and to underline the unreality of place in the play".

A theory explaining the existence of the seacoast in Bohemia offered by C. Herford is suggested in Shakespeare's chosen title of the play.

She had been sequestered by Paulina for some 16 years until the time for reunion and reconciliation arrived. Leontes is shown a seeming statue of Hermione, so lifelike that one might imagine it breathes.

Leontes, to his intense joy, realizes that he loves his wife more than ever. The recovery of the daughter he attempted to kill is no less precious to him.

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