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Kon-Tiki erzählt die die waghalsige und wahre Geschichte des norwegischen Naturkundlers Thor Heyerdahl, der mit fünf Gefährten eines der großen Geheimnisse der Völkerwanderung lösen will: Wie haben Menschen einst die abgelegenen Archipele. Kon-Tiki ist ein norwegisches biografisches Filmdrama aus dem Jahr über den Forscher und Abenteurer Thor Heyerdahl und seine Kon-Tiki-Expedition. Kon-Tiki ein Film von Joachim Rønning und Espen Sandberg mit Pål Sverre Valheim Hagen, Anders Baasmo Christiansen. Inhaltsangabe. Der Abenteuerfilm Kon-Tiki zeigt die wahre Geschichte einer Gruppe Norweger, die sich auf einem primitiven Floß von Peru bis nach Polynesien treiben ließe. finlandssvensken.se - Kaufen Sie Kon-Tiki () (Import) günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer.
Kon-Tiki ein Film von Joachim Rønning und Espen Sandberg mit Pål Sverre Valheim Hagen, Anders Baasmo Christiansen. Inhaltsangabe. Der Abenteuerfilm Kon-Tiki zeigt die wahre Geschichte einer Gruppe Norweger, die sich auf einem primitiven Floß von Peru bis nach Polynesien treiben ließe. Kon-Tiki ist ein norwegisches biografisches Filmdrama aus dem Jahr über den Forscher und Abenteurer Thor Heyerdahl und seine Kon-Tiki-Expedition. Kon-Tiki (). Drama | Großbritannien/Norwegen/Dänemark/Deutschland | Original-Titel: Kon-Tiki. Filmstart in Deutschland: Weltruhm aber brachte ihm die Fahrt auf der Kon-Tiki vor allem deshalb. Kon-Tiki: Abenteuerfilm von Jeremy Thomas/Aage Aaberge mit Pål Sverre Hagen/Katinka Egres/Manuel Cauchi. Jetzt im Kino. Kon-Tiki ()/Wikia-Kritik der ihn davor schützt, nicht ernst genommen zu werden. Die Figur des Thor Heyerdahl in Kon-Tiki hat diesen Bonus bitter nötig.
That may come across as unbelievable in these days of Big Brother and other "reality" TV shows. I do hope I can find myself a copy of the Oscar-winning documentary about the real Thor Heyerdahl, his crew and their day oceanic ordeal.
That should be very interesting indeed. This movie is seriously good. I'm not saying this just because I'm Norwegian and extremely proud that my country managed to produce this amazing adventure.
Kon-Tiki is definitely one of the most original, well- written and fun films I've seen this year.
It's the s. Without spoiling the story which is real by the way , we are invited to follow Thor Heyerdahl as he gathers a crew of overly confident Scandinavians attempting to cross the Pacific on a balsa wood raft.
All in the name of science and a boyish thirst for adventure! This attitude is understandable; after enduring the misery of WW2, little seemed more tempting than escaping to faraway exotic lands.
Bravery or stupidity? In either case, viewers can look forward to one hell of a boat ride. What I adore about Kon-Tiki is the presentation of the raft's surroundings.
The Pacific Ocean is just as magnificent and beautiful as it is dangerous and merciless, and this dynamic is perfectly balanced.
Peaceful waters and clear skies suddenly give way for dangerous sea- creatures and storms mighty enough to tear the old-fashioned raft apart.
Kon-Tiki is simply grand. At times my adrenaline rose, my heart started pumping, and I started lusting for adventure myself - just by watching.
Another strong point is the cast. The actors do a brilliant job at depicting the slightly eccentric yet adventurous Scandinavians far away from their Nordic comfort zone.
Thor Heyerdahl is particularly well portrayed with his dreamer-like attitude and awkward English skills. Although I would prefer more emphasis on character development, Kon-Tiki make them just interesting enough for viewers to care for them.
Kon-Tiki is such a delight to watch, because it's original, different and not your typical Hollywood adventure flick.
No, the plot is not complex. It has no twists or turns, and Kon-Tiki certainly doesn't contain the amount of drama you'd expect.
And this is what makes it good - the film is all about the sheer excitement of the adventure. Of course it isn't perfect, but for a Norwegian film, I'd say it holds its ground rather strongly.
I honestly haven't had this much fun with a film for a long while. If you're lucky, Kon-Tiki might show up on a festival or international cinema near you.
In that case, do watch it. What a weird coincidence that such a movie came out attempting for an Oscar nomination the same time with Life of Pi, with both exhibited many similar things about survival in the ocean, though the subject matter in each film may be entirely different.
Anyway, even though I have not watched nor have any knowledge of the original, I am impressed with the way this film was made.
It was pretty well-balanced with no major flaws in my opinion. Well acting performances by the cast were complemented by a high level of cinematography technique that made looked like the entire journey on the raft was really shot wide in the ocean.
Like Life of Pi, there were certain marine animals that were infamously being shown from the real life account of Kon-Tiki, and the CGI made on the animals were so real you probably cant tell if those animals were fake.
Probably the major point of improvement that the film can work on is the lack of character development of the other participants in the Kon Tiki, aside from Thor Heyerdahl himself.
I am not implying there was none, as we get to see Thor's mates conflicts happening from the start till the end, but I wish I could have known more why they decided to join and their background story.
Understandably, with the time given the film had chosen to focus on Thor instead with a lot of plot material explaining why he had to venture into such a journey.
But overall, just by solely comparing the similarities, this is much better and believable than Life of Pi as well as a very satisfying movie experience.
Directors Joachim Ronning and Espen Sandberg certainly do a marvelous job in bringing this story to the screen, although I think the screenplay at times could have given more information than what we're just seeing.
I think a little more character development might have helped the film somewhat but there's still no question that this here is mighty impressive and especially considering the budget.
I think the best thing in the film is the wonderful visuals and right from the start they just leap right off the screen. Whether it's the snowy landscape of Norway or the beautiful blues of the sea, the look of this movie is something that makes you just want to pause the film and admire its beauty.
The cinematography is top-notch and I'd argue some of the best that I've seen in recent years. The cinematography certainly helps grab all of these beautiful images but I also think it's so good that it also takes the viewer and places them directly on the boat to experience everything that happens.
As for the real story, seeing it unfold here makes for a thrilling adventure that deals with some bickering between the men but also some breathtaking moments involving a whale and some highly intense scenes with sharks.
The acting is another major plus as all the key people do a wonderful job in the film even while none of their characters really jump out at you except for the lead.
The film is certainly very uplifting and inspirational and it really makes you respect these explorers for everything they did and of course their bravery.
This film is certainly a fitting tribute to the men who went on this mission. I don't speak a lick of Nordish but my god this movie is excellent.
Everything is perfect, great cast, fantastic adventure, flawless direction, smooth direction, swelling enveloping music and a great sound effects.
There are few movies like this is existence, about the human spirit and what it means to have a real adventure.
Also i must say the best and most surprising part about the movie is the acting, not only are they perfectly suited to the characters they are the characters.
Legendary explorer Thor Heyerdal's Pal Hagen who gives a fabulous acting epic 4,mile crossing of the Pacific on a Balsawood raft in , in an effort prove that it was possible for South Americans to settle in Polynesia in pre-Columbian times.
Awesome retelling about the dangerous adventure starred by Thor and a valiant group of heroes. Big budget production with gorgeous scenarios , colorful images , thrills , emotion and sense of style.
Large parts of the film were filmed in two versions at the same time, one in Norwegian, the other in English, in order to secure international funding.
Including wide participation from several nations , as there take part Sweden, Bulgaria , Norway , Malta , Maldives crews.
Glamorous and glimmer cinematography by Geir Hartly Andreassen. Special mention to sensitive as well as evocative original Music by Johan Söderqvist.
The film's producer, Jeremy Thomas, had wanted to make the film since and was granted the rights to the story by Thor Heyerdahl before the latter's death in The film was well based on real events , these are the followings : Kon-Tiki was the raft used by Norwegian explorer and writer Thor Heyerdahl in his expedition across the Pacific Ocean from South America to the Polynesian islands.
It was named after the Inca sun god, Viracocha, for whom "Kon-Tiki" was said to be an old name. Kon-Tiki is also the name of Heyerdahl's book; the Academy Award-winning documentary film chronicling his adventures; and the dramatised feature film nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
Heyerdahl believed that people from South America could have settled Polynesia in pre-Columbian times. Although most anthropologists as of had come to the conclusion they did not, in , new genetic evidence was uncovered by Erik Thorsby that Easter Island inhabitants do have some South American DNA, lending credence to at least some of Heyerdahl's theses.
His aim in mounting the Kon-Tiki expedition was to show, by using only the materials and technologies available to those people at the time, that there were no technical reasons to prevent them from having done so.
Although the expedition carried some modern equipment, such as a radio, watches, charts, sextant, and metal knives, Heyerdahl argued they were incidental to the purpose of proving that the raft itself could make the journey.
The Kon-Tiki expedition was funded by private loans, along with donations of equipment from the United States Army.
Heyerdahl and a small team went to Peru, where, with the help of dockyard facilities provided by the Peruvian authorities, they constructed the raft out of balsa logs and other native materials in an indigenous style as recorded in illustrations by Spanish conquerers.
The trip began on April 28, Heyerdahl and five companions sailed the raft for days over km 4, miles across the Pacific Ocean before smashing into a reef at Raroia in the Tuamotu Islands on August 7, The crew made successful landfall and all returned safely.
Thor Heyerdahl's book about his experience became a bestseller. It appeared with great success in English in , also in many other languages.
A documentary motion picture about the expedition, also called Kon-Tiki was produced from a write-up and expansion of the crew's filmstrip notes and won an Academy Award in It was directed by Thor Heyerdahl and edited by Olle Nordemar.
The plot is about the greatest Norwegian explorer, Thor Heyerdahl who changed the course of history about the origin of Polynesians.
Thor, along with 5 desperate fellows, set out an day-voyage on a raft across the Pacific ocean to prove his scientific analysis before the world.
They avoided all sorts of modern mechanical equipment and crossed almost kilometers in the vast sea just like primitive people having only the faith of Kon-Tiki, the Inca Sun-God.
Acting seems so realistic and engaging to depict this true adventurous history : Some camera shots appear aesthetic while score sounds great.
March 6 November Translated into 70 languages, Thor Heyerdahl's account of his expedition across the Pacific on a balsa raft has captivated the imagination of generations after generations of dreamers—and for very good reasons.
More to the point is the pathetic effort to inject a modicum of conventional drama into one of the central tenets of the book: the well-balanced micro-universe that the 7-crew members succeeded to create on their minuscule raft.
Aside from Watzinger's daughter who rightly complained about her father's misrepresentation, Heyerdahl himself must be turning over in his grave: The original photographs of Watzinger reveal a person much different from the doughy, lumpy, doubting sissy who manages to sneak some metal wire aboard the primitive raft heavy-handed irony here amongst his personal belongings, hoping to replace the failing ropes under way.
In reality, Watzinger was Heyerdahl's first and foremost 'convert,' showing so much faith and enthusiasm in the project that he accompanied him all the way to the jungles of Ecuador in search of balsa trunks for the raft.
The screenplay concocted by Petter Skavlan and Allan Scott as a "consultant," the latter probably deserves a greater part of the blame replaces this episode with a much earlier one Heyerdahl and his wife in the Marquesas for the evident reason and excuse to include at least one female character in the movie, lest the audience—God forbid!
Not altogether incidentally, the back cover of the DVD displays the happy couple romantically awash in tropical waters. The directors' excuse for altering the facts that both the original book and the documentary are grounded in, is shameless in its implied arrogance: the book lacks any dramatic tensions, they claim, so they had to manufacture some.
That is why the first half of the expedition unfurls under a sense of cheap suspense: is the raft going to drift towards "the Maelstrom of the Galapagos" huh?!
Are the ropes going to hold the balsa trunks together? Will the captain find himself in a position to literally sink or swim, like he failed to earlier on, as a boy?
A cursory review of the book will reveal a trove of opportunities for suspense that the directors blithely ignored: the raft sails so closely to the first Polynesian island that several natives are able to reach them by canoe.
Knut returns to the shore with them, hoping to get more paddling help, and almost remains stranded behind, on the island. Or: the instance when the cooking gear catches fire, threatening to burn the whole hut down.
Or: the underwater efforts to tighten the ropes while en route. Or: the quandary they find themselves in, upon landing, after managing to get their soaked radio going: once they establish radio contact, the ham operator half a world away refuses to believe that they are the castaways they claim to be.
Or: the operation they perform on a native boy, with the help of a doctor who directs them through the Morse code, and that of the "miraculous" antibiotics that they had brought along on their primitive raft.
Even Watzinger's success in manufacturing ice on the raft for film-developing purposes his redeeming act as a refrigerators salesman is casually brushed aside.
Rather than rely on the richness of the book, the directors took the easiest way out. The result may be satisfactory, even uplifting for some viewers who expect nothing past colorful entertainment, but it does a tremendous disservice both to the book and, more importantly, to Heyerdahl's global accomplishment.
And, in absence of the book that has brought under its spell millions of readers, the movie can hardly stay afloat on its own terms.
We live in an age where people are taking more and more insane risks for no purpose other than from boredom it would seem.
It would be wonderful to see all of these people putting their time, effort and money into something that would actually help people.
Thor Heyerdahl was a man with a theory that the academic world at the time would not give any credence to.
He took the ultimate risks to defeat their skepticism. This beautiful, elegant, inspiring movie tells the story of a man with a purpose.
The movie sends electricity coursing through your veins as you watch the challenges that Thor and his crew took on. The story is told beautifully and tautly.
I saw it on Friday afternoon and then again on Sunday afternoon. I had the thrill of being at a literary luncheon addressed by Thor Heyerdahl and to obtain a book he had just released with his autograph.
He was a hero with a purpose. He represented an almost ideal sense of what it is to be a man in an age today when we seem to try to be getting away from that concept.
Courage, vision, determination, humanity, nobleness. There are very few like him. This movie magically captures his essence.
Greetings again from the darkness. Sometimes the dramatization doesn't quite live up to the real thing.
Thor Heyerdahl was a very interesting and interested man We first see him as a fearless 7 year old. As an adult in , his spirit and lust for life led him to undertake a day trip aboard a self-built balsa wood raft.
Well to prove his theory that Peruvians settled in Polynesia in pre-Columbian times. The film provides us shots in time as Thor does his research, prevents his findings, tries to sell the story, and finally undertakes the "suicide mission" to prove to the world.
On the surface, the trip makes little sense. Thor can't swim and only one of his crew has any sailing experience.
It makes for a thrilling trip and one which Thor actually filmed much of The documentary won the Academy Award and also led to a best selling book.
While the story is fascinating and Thor Heyerdahl is certainly an interesting man, the film just feels a bit empty.
It does offer fantastic effects, but we just get teased with the true personalities of his crew. A bit more depth of character would have added an element that elevated this to elite status.
Instead, it's very watchable and will probably inspire you to track down the book or the original documentary. Movies based on a true story are always better, well at least most of the time they are.
This story is quite incredible. I would never ever even consider to build a balsa raft and then cross the ocean from Peru to Polynesia.
It must have taken a lot of courage and determination to begin an expedition like this one, certainly in that time.
Now, about the movie itself, it is pleasant to watch, with nice shots even though they are most of the time on the ocean. The story is not boring at all, au contrary I thought it was very entertaining.
No complaint about the cast either. All the actors were good and made it a very believable journey across the ocean. Good movie about a story I never heard of.
Now I do, and I'm glad I do. This time through a hybrid of sea adventure and historical drama in a film named after the wooden raft used in his expedition.
A mesmerizing epic set against the thick of post-World War II, this Oscar nominee in best foreign language category is a dramatization of the writer-explorer's 97 days journey sailing from South America to the Polynesian Islands.
By using the same technology that would've been used in pre-Columbian times, he had hoped to disprove anthropological skeptics.
It has been said that all exterior scenes of the ocean were captured in open sea as opposed to interiors of a film set.
Isolated and dehistorized, Kon Tiki captures Thor in a state of pre-famous existence and restless idealism. All thirst for adventure completely intact and willing to trade everything he has in exchange for whatever it is that he seeks.
This film is receiving polarized reviews internationally. Part of the problem may be that exposition begins on the vigor of elegant biopic and takes on the energy of an action-thriller, before it finally concludes in nostalgic sentimentality.
But these things are mostly a matter of pre-conceived notions about narrative tone and limits of what a historical drama should, or ought to be.
It would be prudent to withhold from such expectations. Known to the Aymaras as Viracocha he was also called Kon-Tiki , Quetzalcoatl by Aztecs , and Kukulkan by Mayans , the story is similar to Biblical accounts of the creation of a race of giants who ruled the Earth but who displeased God and were destroyed by a flood.
Unlike the God of Israel, however, Viracocha is said to have disappeared across the Pacific Ocean by walking on the water.
Norwegian Zoologist and explorer Thor Heyerdahl believed that Viracocha, rather than walking on the water, left Peru on a raft and floated with the current to Polynesia, a feat he wished to duplicate.
He did not consider the possibility of Viracocha's connection with the very ancient, advanced technological cultures of Tiahuanaco, Puma Punka, and Chavin de Huantar.
The film was shot in two versions, one in Norwegian and the other in English the one I saw , presumably to appeal to a broader audience.
After listening to native accounts, Heyerdahl began to develop the idea that Polynesians originally arrived from the Americas, not from Asia.
Opting for adventure rather than character development, the film shows the courage some call it being foolhardy, or even a death-wish of the crew that consisted of three fellow Norwegians, as well as Swedish cameraman Gustaf Skarsgard and refrigerator salesman Herman Watzinger Anders Baasmo Christiansen as his engineer as they traveled 4, nautical miles across the Paciifc, isolated and alone for days.
The film pays little attention to the day-to-day routine aboard the raft but concentrates on the thrill of the struggle against sharks, the fierce storms, conflict among the crew contrary to Heyerdahl's own account , and the immediate danger of their raft collapsing.
The photography, done without CGI effects such as in Life of Pi, is striking and beautiful, yet Kon-Tiki is mostly a formulaic adventure story that mimics the superficial triumphalism of Hollywood without capturing the deeper spirit of the journey.
Heyerdahl's character is hardly explored and, while his subsequent travel to Easter Island is noted, there is no mention of his later advocacy of environmental issues and world peace.
While most scientists still oppose Heyerdahl's ideas and can show strong DNA evidence linking Polynesians to Asians, there are also anomalies that point in a different direction.
For example, researcher David Pratt tells us that there are various genetic and cultural similarities between the Polynesians and the Tlingit, Kwakuitl and Haida Indians of Alaska and Canada — something not readily explained by any mainstream theories.
In addition, there is the famous Kon-Tiki statue in the sunken Gardens in Tiahuanaco showing a man with a thick beard and mustache South American Indians are beardless and do not shave.
One of the features of this and other statues in the area is the positioning of the hands, one over the heart and the other over the stomach, the same feature seen on Polynesian statues and gold medallions.
Whatever the truth, there is no doubt that Thor Heyerdahl, through his willingness to take risks, brought the topic of seafaring, communication, and migration in the ancient world to people's attention, and deserves the appreciation he receives in the film.
If Kon-Tiki can renew interest in man's pre-history, it will have served a very valuable purpose. I just came home from an special screening in London of the Oscar nominated film, Kon-Tiki, and I have to say, it was absolutely fantastic.
I read the book and saw the original documentary as a child, and I've always wondered when they were going to make a movie about it, and well, here it is, and it's good.
Kon-Tiki manages to capture the spirit the book had, although there were minor changes in the story. The CGI effects were very well made and looked very real especially the sharks and the ocean and this was very surprising to me, as the budget was only 16 million us dollars.
Kon-Tiki is made by the same directors who made the film, Max Manus, back in , and they have proved twice that they are able to make entertaining and well made movies based on famous stories.
The actors and actresses did well on their side, but the relationship shown between Liv and Thor in the film appeared to be a bit wooden.
Now that is the only complaint about the film that I have really, and I can not wait to see what directors Joachim and Espen has in mind as their next project.
This is a must see for sure! And years ago, when there were no boats, they traveled miles through the Pacific Ocean in rafts! He along with 5 other believed in that theory and started that near impossible journey on a balsa wood raft in A fantastic film, very very well directed.
The film was unlucky, that it had to compete with "Amour" in best foreign language film category in these year's academy awards! Thor wrote a book about Kon-Tiki.
It was translated to over 70 languages and sold over 50 million copies. The documentary about the expedition also named "Kon-Tiki" won an Oscar in First of all I am Norwegian, and as a Norwegian we are thought to love Norwegian movies no matter what!
The movie lacks substance, you never really get to know the characters. One after another they are briefly introduced but you never get under the skin of any of them.
You are also served the odd flashback from Heyerdahls life some which serves no purpose for the main story line whatsoever.
The acting is fine an the lead is particularly good but the script is lacking. The story all in all was spiced i.
In the real drama scene relating to the sharks i found myself going "yeah right" All in all an okay movie but not worth the mil NOK it took to make it.
I don't expect this will do well overseas but who knows. This is a deep and heartfelt story, that actually changed a portion of geographic science forever.
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Edit Storyline The Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl crossed the Pacific Ocean in a balsawood raft in , together with five men, to prove that South Americans back in pre-Columbian times could have crossed the ocean and settled on Polynesian islands.
Taglines: Based on one of the most incredible voyages of the 20th century! Edit Did You Know? Goofs When the radio operator makes first contact with an American station before the parrot severs the antenna wire, the Morse Code he uses is nonsense.
Quotes Bustamente : [ Walking toward Thor, sit down on a bank ] Mr. Thor Heyerdahl : [ taking him wrongly by a waiter ] Just a glass of water, please.
Thank you for seeing me. Bustamente : What can I do for you? Thor Heyerdahl : Actually, I'm here to tell you about something I can do for you.
Bustamente : And what might that be? Thor Heyerdahl : By crossing the Pacific for 5, miles. I will prove that Peruvian natives were the first to settle Polynesia.
Bustamente : [ surprised ] What? Peruvians discovered Polynesia? And how may I Crazy Credits Before the closing credits, short clips are shown in which original footage shot by Heyerdahl was reenacted by the "Kon-Tiki" actors: urinating overboard in the open sea, dancing with natives under palms, portraits, and the like.
Along with this, brief notes concerning each crew member's path of life after the trip are given. Alternate Versions In an unusual technique, the film was shot simultaneously in both Norwegian and English, with each scene being filmed twice, first in Norwegian and then in English, with the same actors.
This resulted in two versions of the film to be released, one primarily for the Norwegian domestic market, the other for an international audience.
In a few cases, such as action scenes and computer-generated sequences, they used the same shot, later adding English with dubbing.
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