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||IMDB Rating: 6.1/10 from 269 votes
||Release: 11 November 2009 (Germany) /
||Genre: Biography, Drama
||Director: Torsten C. Fischer,
||Stars: Alexandre Aubry, Alicia von Rittberg, Erni Mangold, Guillaume Delorme, Heinz Hoenig, Jessica Schwarz, Joachim Paul Assböck, Johannes Thanheiser, Karlheinz Hackl, Maresa Hörbiger, Michaela Rosen, Nadja Bobyleva, Sandro Lohmann, Stella Kunkat, Thomas Kretschmann
||Synopsis: A biography of Austrian actress Romy Schneider.
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Rosemarie Retty Albach - better known as Romy Schneider - born on the
23 September 1938 as a daughter of the famous German actress Magda
Schneider and actor Wolf Albach Retty has been one of the most popular
actresses of Europena cinema. She fascinated her fans when she was
still alive and she does the same, long after her tragic sudden death,
when an entirely different generation can deservedly call her an icon
of 'cinema grandee.' What lies in the uniqueness of this woman? What
made a humble Bavarian princess 'Kaiserin Von Oesterreich' (empress of
Austria) of the 1900s? What made a young actress of SISSI Trilogy an
international celebrity? Is it her genius, her unusual talent? Or is
it, apart from that, her SINCERE HEART for the audience?
The question will certainly occur not so easy to answer as Romy's
entire life and career were highly sophisticated. Yet, some answers may
be provided by this biopic, the first 'Spielfilm' (movie with cast)
about Romy Schneider.
Although it is practically impossible to present the whole life-story
with feelings, emotions, experience in a 90-minute screen production,
the movie memorably highlights the key events that influenced Romy, her
career and, particularly, her private life and inner self. This applies
clearly to her relationship with her mum Magda Schneider (Maresa
Horbiger), which is resembled already in her early childhood (in the
opening scene, we see little Romy watching her mum and dad in the
famous 1935 movie by Geza Von Bolvary). Moreover, this inner self
applies to relationships with men, from her stepfather Hans Herbert
Blatzheim (Heinz Hoenig) to the most beloved son David. Here, I would
make a short note about the scene that struck me, as a viewer, when
Daddy Blatzheim comes to Romy with a suitcase full of money. It was,
for him, the effect of SISSI's success...Romy saw it differently...
The biopic is structured by means of linear content as well as
flashbacks. Some events are not openly showed, yet indicated; some
others are emphasized. What I particularly liked were the two aspects:
Romy's fascination with Alain Delon, the great playboy of women's
desires and Romy's experience with Luchino Visconti, the great
count-director of Milan who, as Delon points out in the film, best
understands actresses. This is built upon Romy's memory step by step
from her SISSI stardom to her leave for France and her gradual
adaptation to the new environment and new challenges.
By casting Jennifer Schwarz in the lead, the director nicely crafts the
image of Romy in viewer's mind. She is not only similar to the real
Romy Schneider, but she also portrays her character in a pretty
satisfactory manner. As far as other cast are concerned, they all give
pretty good performances but no one stands out as worth special
attention. Here I would say that the casting is based more upon looks
than great talents of the actors/actresses. Such characters like Delon
portrayed by Giullaume Delorme, Luchino Visconti portrayed by Alberto
Di Stasio, Daddy Blatzheim (Heinz Hoenig) are well recognizable.
Nevertheless, I would agree with the other commentator's opinion that
acting is no masterwork and, consequently, the performances are
definitely not the strongest point of the film. Yet, this aspect is
significant, particularly, if we recognize the movie as a biopic of the
Actress whose life was occupied by the desire to give the best of
herself, the Actress who undeniably can be treated as one of the
greatest ones in the history of European cinema.
I am glad that some bitter events, including the separation with Alain
Delon and, of course, the death of Romy's dear son, David, are not
revealed so openly. The crew do not step into Romy's life brutally. The
film-makers' intentions clearly respect privacy that Romy desired so
much, especially in the most bitter moments of her life. This aspect is
nicely highlighted as a strong opposition to the paparazzi and
photographers who do anything, even climb the walls of a cemetery or
dress as nurses, in order to take a picture of the grieving mother.
Besides, there is a nice short mention about LA PASSANTE DU SANS SOUCI,
Romy's last film, the film she desired to make with her son. Yet, the
fate of hers occurred to be mute to dreams.
Memorable little biopic, 'memorable' because it's the first one,
'little' because it's no masterpiece whatsoever. Yet, criticism will
not do justice since no work on screen will ever substitute Romy
Schneider: her persona and her life. ROMY is a pleasant film about a
celebrity, and...its initial nature makes it so fresh, so new like the
very first fascination of a story of life, a story of love, a story of
endless walking towards happiness...
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, Alicia von Rittberg
, Erni Mangold
, Guillaume Delorme
, Heinz Hoenig
, Jessica Schwarz
, Joachim Paul Assböck
, Johannes Thanheiser
, Karlheinz Hackl
, Maresa Hörbiger
, Michaela Rosen
, Nadja Bobyleva
, Sandro Lohmann
, Stella Kunkat
, Thomas Kretschmann
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