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Acht Monate saß Pat in einer psychiatrischen Klinik, nachdem er seine Frau mit einem anderen unter der Dusche erwischt und den Lover brutal vermöbelt hatte. Nun wird er entlassen und lernt die psychisch ebenfalls labile, stets schwarz gekleidete. Silver Linings (Originaltitel Silver Linings Playbook) ist eine US-amerikanische Tragikomödie des Regisseurs David O. Russell aus dem Jahr Der Film mit. Silver Linings Playbook is a bright, sweet and genuinely funny movie. Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence are an absolute blast and carry this film superbly. In der oscarprämierten Tragikomödie «Silver Linings Playbook» trifft der bipolare Pat auf die Nymphomanen-Witwe Tiffany. Gemeinsam sagen sie ihrem. Für diese Seite sind keine Informationen verfügbar.
Silver Linings Playbook is a bright, sweet and genuinely funny movie. Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence are an absolute blast and carry this film superbly. SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK, Silver Linings, Regie David O. Russel, USA (L-R) BRADLEY COOPER and JENNIFER LAWRENCE star in SILVER. Zwei Menschen drehen wegen des Verlusts ihres Partners durch – und finden sich. "Silver Linings" ist eine romantische Komödie, die das.
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Braxton Beckham Edit page. Share this page:. Clear your history. Dolores Solitano. Cliff Patel. Officer Keogh. Tiffany's Mother.
Tiffany's Father as Patrick Mcdade. Nancy High School Principal. I was fortunate enough to make it into the Austin Film Festival screening of this film, and my god it was worth the wait.
David O. Russel has outdone himself with this beautiful portrayal of a dysfunctional family searching for a way to come together.
Bradley Cooper has won me finally with his odd and hilarious character. Jennifer Lawrence is dashing as ever with the hysterical role of Tiffany, a depressed woman trying to find a way out of her issues.
This whole film has powerhouse performances, a laugh-out-loud script with heart, and a way to get the audience attached to its likable characters.
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Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. After a stint in a mental institution, former teacher Pat Solitano moves back in with his parents and tries to reconcile with his ex-wife.
Things get more challenging when Pat meets Tiffany, a mysterious girl with problems of her own. Director: David O. Writers: David O. Russell screenplay , Matthew Quick novel.
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Memorable Dads in Movies and TV. Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Won 1 Oscar. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Bradley Cooper Having bet virtually all of his money on the outcome of a Philadelphia Eagles game, he asks Pat to attend as a "good-luck charm".
Pat asks Tiffany for time off from practice to attend the game. She gives him a typed reply from Nikki, in which she cautiously hints there may be a chance for reconciliation between them.
Before he gets into the stadium, Pat and his brother Jake get involved in a fight when some racist fans harass a group of Indian fans that happen to include his therapist, Dr.
Patel, and is hauled away by the police. The Eagles lose the game and Patrizio is furious. Tiffany shows up at their house and points out that the way she is "reading the signs", Philadelphia teams do better when she and Pat are together.
Convinced, Patrizio makes a parlay with his gambling friend Randy: if the Eagles win their next game and Tiffany and Pat score 5 out of 10 in their dance competition, he will win back double the money he lost on the first bet.
Pat is reluctant, and Tiffany, Dolores, and Patrizio conspire to persuade Pat to dance in the competition by telling him that Nikki will be there; it is revealed that his parents have secretly supported Tiffany's attempts to get along with him.
Pat notices that the letter from Nikki also refers to "reading the signs" and realizes that Tiffany wrote it.
Tiffany, Pat, and their friends and family arrive at the competition on the night of the football game. Tiffany despairs when she finds that Nikki actually is in the audience, invited by Ronnie and Veronica, who want Nikki to lift her restraining order on Pat and give Pat the chance to reconcile with her.
Tiffany walks to the bar and starts drinking. Pat finds her moments before their dance and drags her onto the dance floor.
They begin their routine as the Eagles defeat the Dallas Cowboys. At the conclusion of their set, Tiffany and Pat receive an average score of exactly 5.
Amid cheers from friends and family and confused looks from the crowd, Pat approaches Nikki and speaks quietly into her ear. Tiffany sees this and runs off.
Pat leaves Nikki behind after a short conversation, and chases Tiffany. He hands her a letter, in which he admits that he knows she forged Nikki's letter and confesses that he loved her from the moment he met her, though it took him so long to come to terms with it.
They share a kiss. Patrizio opens a restaurant with the money he has won, Danny grows even closer to the Solitanos, and Pat and Tiffany begin a relationship, no longer wearing their wedding rings.
Renee Witt, an executive at The Weinstein Company , convinced Harvey Weinstein to option the book on which the film is based,  doing so before it was published.
Russell to direct. Russell estimates he rewrote the script twenty times over five years. Russell was drawn to the story because of the family relationships and the connection he felt to his own son, who has bipolar disorder and OCD.
The film was shot on a day schedule. A darker, more extreme version of the dance sequence was filmed and scenes with De Niro's character were shot in multiple versions, with the character harsher or warmer, as Russell worked with editor Jay Cassidy to set the balance they wanted.
Although not mentioned by name in the film, Ridley Park is credited at the end, and a police officer can be seen wearing the initials "RPPD" on his collar.
Several games are mentioned, including the Eagles' victories over Seattle and San Francisco , their losses to two of their NFC East rivals Washington Redskins  and the New York Giants which was the game Pat was attending when the fight broke out , and their victory over Dallas in the regular season's final game.
Russell initially intended to make the film with Vince Vaughn and Zooey Deschanel , but went on to make The Fighter instead.
Russell had originally planned to work with Bradley Cooper on an adaptation of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies , having been impressed with Cooper's performance in Wedding Crashers , citing his "good bad-guy energy" and unpredictability as justification for casting.
Russell was excited that Cooper would bring those qualities to Pat Solitano. Anne Hathaway was cast as Tiffany Maxwell, but due to scheduling conflicts with The Dark Knight Rises and creative differences with Russell, she dropped out.
Initially, Russell did not believe Lawrence's age was suitable for the role. She was initially meant to be goth. Lawrence dyed her hair black and did test shoots in heavy goth makeup, but Weinstein disapproved.
The final version of her character remained messed-up yet confident, with small goth touches such as the dark hair and a cross.
According to Entertainment Weekly , Lawrence said she didn't have a handle on Tiffany at first, which was what excited her about the role.
She's like, 'I'm messed up, I'm not like everybody else, I've got issues. Take it or leave it because I like myself.
Lawrence and Cooper had no previous dance experience. Moore describes Cooper as having "some real natural dancing ability".
I'm a terrible dancer, so I would never have been able to do any of that. When it finally came together, that scene really was just as fun as it feels.
The Weinstein Company initially planned an unusually wide release for Silver Linings Playbook , going nationwide on an estimated 2, screens.
They were encouraged by positive reviews and hoping to capitalize on Thanksgiving to do more business. Instead, they took a more slow-burn approach, opening in fewer theaters, expanding gradually, in a strategy to build up word-of-mouth support.
The website's critical consensus reads, " Silver Linings Playbook walks a tricky thematic tightrope, but David O. Russell's sensitive direction and some sharp work from a talented cast gives it true balance.
Cooper and Lawrence were lauded for their performances. Rooney also complimented the "invigorating messiness" and "nervous energy" of the choreography.
Russell's direction was also widely acclaimed, with Justin Chang of Variety writing: "Never one to shy away from unlikely sources of comedy, David O.
Russell tackles mental illness, marital failure and the curative powers of football with bracingly sharp and satisfying results.
Roger Ebert gave the film three and a half out of four stars, saying that the film was "so good, it could almost be a terrific old classic" and described Russell's screenplay as "ingenious" for the way the major concerns of both the father and son pivot on the final bet.
It's crazy good. Negative reviews of the film came from The New Yorker , whose critic David Denby called it "a miscalculation from beginning to end" and found Cooper's character "tiresome",  while Richard Brody found Linings perhaps to "be the year's most artificial movie" and "the plot [ Robbie Collin of The Daily Telegraph wrote that there's a "tiring fruitlessness to the mayhem", describing the lead character as a "rambling headcase", though noting Lawrence as the film's "only silver lining".
Jennifer Lawrence's performance won the movie its only Academy Award and it made her the second-youngest winner in the Best Actress category, only behind Marlee Matlin in Children of a Lesser God.
Danny Elfman 's score for the film was released on digital download by Sony Music Entertainment simultaneously with the song album.
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