Wunder Von Bern

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Wunder Von Bern

Als das Wunder von Bern wird der Gewinn der Fußball-Weltmeisterschaft in der Schweiz durch die bundesdeutsche Fußballnationalmannschaft gegen die. Deutschland ist Weltmeister! Neun Jahre nach dem Krieg erringt die deutsche Nationalmannschaft einen kaum für möglich gehaltenen Erfolg und schlägt im. DAS WUNDER VON BERN Filmheft. 5. Figuren. Matthias Lubanski. Für seinen großen Freund Helmut Rahn ist er ein Maskott- chen. Der schüchterne Knabe.

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Sepp Herbergers Fußballmannschaft löste im Sommer im Nachkriegsdeutschland nach Jahren der Niedergeschlagenheit ungeahnte Euphorie aus. Auch das Leben des elfjährigen Matthias Lubanski und das seines Vaters verändern sich dadurch. Der. Als das Wunder von Bern wird der Gewinn der Fußball-Weltmeisterschaft in der Schweiz durch die bundesdeutsche Fußballnationalmannschaft gegen die. Das Wunder von Bern ist ein Sportfilm des Regisseurs Sönke Wortmann aus dem Jahr , der gemeinsam mit Rochus Hahn auch das Drehbuch schrieb. Deutschland ist Weltmeister! Neun Jahre nach dem Krieg erringt die deutsche Nationalmannschaft einen kaum für möglich gehaltenen Erfolg und schlägt im. Die "Helden von Bern" sind unvergessene Fußball- Helden, die WM ist zum Mythos, zur Legende geworden. Zahlen und Fakten zum "Wunder von Bern". (danzel.eu). 28 Apr West Germany's captain and coach, Fritz Walter and Sepp Herberger, are carried aloft​. Am 4. Juli gewann die deutsche Nationalmannschaft im sogenannten Wunder von Bern die Fußball-Weltmeisterschaft. Horst Eckel ist der.

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Schweiz - Das «Wunder von Bern». Sensations-Weltmeister und Torreigen: Die Titelkämpfe in der Schweiz waren in verschiedener. Sepp Herbergers Fußballmannschaft löste im Sommer im Nachkriegsdeutschland nach Jahren der Niedergeschlagenheit ungeahnte Euphorie aus. Auch das Leben des elfjährigen Matthias Lubanski und das seines Vaters verändern sich dadurch. Der. Zahlen und Fakten zum "Wunder von Bern". (danzel.eu). 28 Apr West Germany's captain and coach, Fritz Walter and Sepp Herberger, are carried aloft​. Max Morlock, der das wichtige Anschlusstor erzielt. Novemberabgerufen am Dies war bezogen auf die scheinbare Bedeutungslosigkeit Deutschlands nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg. Empfohlene Artikel. King Arthur (Film) 12 Tore in der Hitze von Lausanne. Tom Fährmann. Meistgelesene Artikel. Auch führte Herberger mit jedem Spieler Einzelgespräche, um sie psychologisch auf die kommenden Aufgaben einzustellen. Wunder Von Bern Wunder Von Bern Schweiz - Das «Wunder von Bern». Sensations-Weltmeister und Torreigen: Die Titelkämpfe in der Schweiz waren in verschiedener. DAS WUNDER VON BERN Filmheft. 5. Figuren. Matthias Lubanski. Für seinen großen Freund Helmut Rahn ist er ein Maskott- chen. Der schüchterne Knabe. Truppe den Ungarn in der Vorrunde noch Doch dann kam Schäfer, der nach Innen flankte, Rahn schoss, Tor und das Wunder von Bern. Sein Siegtor im Endspiel von Bern war sein vierter Turniertreffer. Ihren Ursprung fand diese Tatsache Das Tor verhinderte Grosics mit einer tollen Parade. Junials man in Warschau Polen mit besiegte. Reporter Tokyo Sushi Marburg Herbert Zimmermann. Er erzählt auch, dass russische Bauern ihm zu essen gaben und dass ihn auf dem Rückmarsch ein Russe freundlich aufgenommen habe, obwohl oder Dragonball Super Folge 9 dessen Sohn im Krieg gefallen war. Oktober kehrten die Brüder nach Kaiserslautern zurück. Wunder Von Bern

A nation torn apart and devastated by war, disoriented and sad, found new strength and something in which to believe in. I first feared that I wouldn't like the movie so much as I am a Hungarian myself the nation West Germany beat in the finals of the world championship in Bern , but in fact I was rather enchanted by the story.

The excellent script brings the characters above all little Mathias to life. You start to care about them, to like them, to follow their ups and downs with interest.

I especially liked the sensitive approach to the problems a family had to face when the father came back after years as a POW. As many other men in a similar situation, Richard Lubanski first wants to show strength and authority by being cold, arrogant and even violent towards his children - but later discovers that he also has to show his weaknesses and talk about his terrible experiences in war in order to get closer to his family again.

The parallel storyline of newlywed journalist Ackermann and his pretty and snobbish wife Anette was not very closely related to the main story, but I still liked it as the film showed through their lifestyle the beginning prosperity of the "Wirtschaftswunder" economy miracle years in contrast to the still bleak world of the industrial and mining town the Lubanski family lives in.

And they also added some lighthearted comic relief to the film. I am quite sure that they would not have big problems understanding "Das Wunder von Bern", as its main themes family, war, traumatic experiences, failure and success are quite universal.

Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote. It's easy to appreciate how much of a morale boost to a country sporting victories are in international competition, particularly when that sport is almost the national religion as soccer is throughout Europe.

But you don't need to be a soccer fan or a German to appreciate this wonderful film, where the pathos of a bittersweet family reunion when the father comes home from a Soviet work camp after 11 years is as much the centerpiece as the quiet optimism leading to the football win and the joy following it.

Obviously Germany in was a country still rebuilding from its recently shattered past and that feeling is conveyed superbly.

The end is charming, in fact the nicest closing scene I can remember. Even though or rather because it has more of a family drama than of a thrilling sports movie, it achieves to entertain as well as touch the spectators for two solid hours.

Actually, the family story is perfectly integrated in the circumstances of 's football world-cup and shows in a very sensitive way the changes that this game, especially the finals with their victory over Hungary, have on the focused family in special and on whole Germany - which is still depressed by the misery caused by the second world war - in general.

Becoming - for the very first time - football's world champion gives the country back its hopes for the future and people's joy in life.

Matthis' father, and with him the whole family finally finds back to themselves. This movie perfectly holds the balance between sad and joyful scenes which, together with a decent sense of humor, never lets the story drift to one side.

The spectators can truly feel with the well played characters of the family members and their progress throughout the events.

Finally, the movie leads into a satisfying end without getting trashy. Great Movie, but cheesy effects Hofer 29 October German director Sönke Wortmann manages to recreate an atmosphere that kept the young German nation after WW2: Depression, fear, no perspectives for many people that are still suffering from the mayhem of the war.

But he also shows that society is developing under the influence of the allied forces. It is perfectly chosen to follow the main plot on the side of young Matthias Lubanski Louis Klamroth delivers an overwhelming performance!

As the rest of the cast as well! He only knows about the aftermath of the war, not all the evil that it brought before, and he has to deal with all what is surrounding him.

He needs to have something to believe in, and when his father returns after 12 years of russian captivity his world turns upside down, but not for the better.

During the movie both, he and his father, have to learn hard lessons of life, but for each its a necessary development to find its place in life.

So when father and son travel to Switzerland, the colours of the movie change from the dark and grey Ruhrpott to the green and blue of the Alps.

Different players from different teams have to become one team, each fighting for each other. One for all and all for one.

This is transferable to the German nation itself, on the verge to a new democratic future where at the beginning everything is linked to each other.

The movie is heart-warming and shows, by the way, how fantastic soccer or any other team-sport can be. How it can carry away the audience. When the German team beat the former unbeatable for almost 4 years!

Hungarian team - something nobody every dared dreaming of - the whole German nation felt as one and knew that there is a new future! Just one thing that felt rather negatively.

Why was it not possible to create a more exciting and realistic atmoshpere in the stadium of Bern? The spectators, all too apparently created via blue-screen, looked too artificial.

There was no depth. You never felt really appealed by that audience, because it looked not real. I think Wortmann should have been more perfect with that.

Regarding the fact that so many special effects professionals from Germany work in Hollywood e. But nevertheless, this is one of the best German movies in a decade!

I just watched "Das Wunder von Bern" and I must admit it is really a good film, not only for football fans for you Americans: we Europeans say football for soccer.

The film is not just a sports drama but deals more with the atmosphere in post war Germany and with the problems and aspirations the people had during that period and what the winning of the world championship by the German national football team meant for the regular people.

Actually this atmosphere is covered excellently. The film shows that the people were still recovering from WW2. There are heaps of debris in the streets from houses destroyed during air raids and many men are still kept as POWs so that the women have to take care for the family.

The children play football with a makeshift ball, and most people don't seem to have much money. Everything is shown in subdued colors which really contribute to this mood.

Although the story is set in Essen, a city in the main industrial and mining region of Germany, it could have happened everywhere in Germany.

The colors only change during the scenes in Switzerland, where the world championship took place. In fact those scenes are shot in bright and friendly colors.

And also the settings are quite different from those in Essen: whereas the location in Essen consists of small apartment buildings, narrow streets and those aforementioned subdued colors, everything in Switzerland seems to be posh and spacious.

Even though the actors are not exactly great names in German cinema, they are quite good. As far as I know the actors who play the members of the German national football team were cast not only for their acting skills but also for their ability to play football.

Thanks to that aspect the football scenes are quite convincing although the spectators in the football stadium in Bern look really fake. What I really liked though was the fact that the filmmakers used the original radio commentary from reporter Herbert Zimmermann, which is legendary.

Every German football fan knows the important parts of his commentary by heart. All in all a good and entertaining film, although I didn't really like the ending.

Andy 22 November Historically, few movies have been made about football or soccer, for those in the United States. I believe this is due for two reasons: 1 Hollywood wasn't familiar and care little for the sport for many years, and 2 European directors, who one would have expected to be more disposed to made such a film, have generally been dismissive of football.

You see, in their mind, I think they see it as the opiate of the people the working class in Western Europe would rather go and see a match on Sunday than start a revolution to overthrow capitalism.

Only recently there have been a number of movies that deal with the world's most popular sport. This is in my opinion the best of them, dealing with the surprise victory of Germany in the World Cup over the highly favored team of Hungary.

This victory was of historical significance for the Germans, according to some people, since it was the first victory of any kind Germany have 9 years after the end of the war, and it meant the start of a new era of increased self-confidence for the country.

OK, maybe this is an exaggeration, but this movie, which mixes real characters the players, coach Herberger with invented ones the journalist and his newly married wife, the kid from the Ruhr region who has a bad relationship with his former POW father and wants to go to Switzerland to see the final match is thoroughly enjoyable from beginning to end.

Incredible movie cirkus01 1 April This movie is clearly en par with "Die Feuerzangenbowle" or "Der blaue Engel" In the background it describes the post war Germany, the desperation, the aggression, the losses, the private and public devastation.

Fantastic the scene when the train arrives in Essen and all the women anxiously hope that their husband or son will be on that train many many of them were actually disappointed.

Amazing how Soenke shows the game against Austria where he lets children play the actual game scenes on some muddy grass pitch, with the original radio comment running.

In the foreground it tells the story about those 90 minutes which many consider as the turning point for Germany in the 20th century.

I was not existent yet but my mother and many others that I know of her generation can still tell what they did during these 90 minutes in The movie is brilliantly made, with real soccer players as actors that shows at times, see "The school of rock".

The goals in the final actually happened the way they are shown in the movie. The American movie goers may not understand many of the little details all the Herberger Phrases are there, Helmut Rahn actually had a severe alcohol problem later in life.

They also may not realize the importance of soccer in all the rest of the world ; which cannot be overestimated. In a very moving and unsentimental Drama, Sönke Wortmann brings us the amazing story of the German National Soccer Team, who unexpectedly defeated the Hungarians in the final of the World Cup in Switzerland.

After being a prisoner of war for 9 years, Richard Lubanski comes home to his family, only to find himself in a world, strange and unknown to him.

His oldest son Bruno is a communist, who plays Jazz music for a living, his daughter Ingrid helps her mother at the family's bar, and his youngest son Matthias is a soccer fan and a good friend of Helmut Rahn, a player of the German national team.

Richard in his embitterment and desperation drives his family apart, and for a long time fails to realize that he's the one responsible for it.

In the second plot line, the journalist Paul Ackermann gets the honorable assignment of reporting for the "Süddeutsche Zeitung" in Switzerland during the World Cup, news not to well received by his wife Annette, who was already planning their honeymoon.

She insists on coming with him and during her stay in Switzerland she learns quite a bit about soccer and in the end knows more about it than her husband.

The German National team, under Coach Sepp Herberger, is confronted with very difficult opponents and after an embarrassing defeat against the Hungarians, many Germans already see the team's chances gone of entering the next round.

Rahn, who got drunk after the loss against Hungary, but learned from his mistakes, and Fritz Walter, the captain of the team, though, both very ambitious players, try to motivate the whole team and eventually they play in the final, once again against the Hungarians.

Whether you are a soccer fan or not is of little importance when watching this movie, as it is more about family, friendship and teamwork than about the sport itself.

At times moving, at others funny, "Das Wunder von Bern" is a wonderful portrait of Germany after World War II, a desperate nation in desire of a miracle.

All in all, an excellent piece of German history. It was really excellent, and I'm purchasing it on Amazon. The digital making of Wankdorf Stadion in Bern was awesome, and the story was touching.

The performing of the final was a surprise, because before it, no football scene had been seen in the movie. Only one mistake: the boy went with his father from Germany to Bern by car borrowed from a priest , but they returned by train.

What happened to the car of the infortunate priest? The DVD does have Spanish subtitles. The background is really good, featuring a war-torn Germany which is already in the middle of the "Wirtschaftswunder", showing the huge contrast between children of Coal Workers who do not own a real football, and a newly wed reporter with his wife, who are living in a modern house with lots of clothes, and would have made a trip to Africa if not for the world cup.

In my case, the greatest part though was the heavy use of the different German dialects - it's hard to believe how funny simple jokes can sound if told that way - but at the same time, I doubt this will work in foreign-language versions.

This is a gem of a film, in no way undermined by sub titles. Prescott Esq! The plot is centred around the David and Goliath struggle between mighty Hungary and little West Germany in the World Cup final hosted by Berne in the summer of Even though this was over 50 years ago, it is still generally known that the Hungarian team spearheaded by the incomparable Puskas was invincible in those days.

Shortly before I was born in April that year, my father took my mother to see them play England and they thrashed us 6 - 3!

Drawn in the same group in the early stages of the competition, Hungary thrashed W. Germany 8 - 3, but both teams went on to meet in the final and W.

Gernamy came from behind to win 3 - 2. However that is background only. The film is about much more than a simple triumph in a football competition.

The sense of period is superb. The attention to detail to ensure that the audience really does travel 50 years back in time is to my mind almost without parallel.

Aided by computer graphics which perhaps fall a little short of the quality achieved in Titanic, the film vividly portrays the atmosphere in a depressed working class community on the West side of a divided Germany, still very much demoralised by the aftermath of the second world war.

Their hero is a young man nicknamed the boss who plays football for the national team. The boss is friendly with and idolised by the real hero of the film, Matthias, a little boy of about 10 who has never known his own father, Richard, a prisoner of the Russians since and like many German POWs, not repatriated until the Soviets relax their stance only after Stalin's death 10 years later.

We then get a valuable insight into the difficulty that this eminently decent, but badly desensitised man has readjusting to life with his family who have moved forward in his absence.

There is a problem with each of his children, but inevitably the film focuses on his relationship with little Matthias, a football mad child of whose existence Richard was actually unaware.

Helped by a strong wife, a sensible priest, but above all by the child himself, the father learns to confront his demons. It turns out to be much more than the success of the national team that enables the family to recover its mutual love and self respect.

Thereafter father and son make up for lost time! The film is not short on light relief. There are brilliant performances by Katherina Wackernagel and Lucas Gregorowicz playing a young newly wed couple husband a sports reporter whose honeymoon plans are frustrated by the World Cup fever.

Perhaps he was taking a leaf out of the book of his German counterpart! Likewise the match commentary has gone down in German folklore. In the Marriage of Maria Braun, we heard part of the original recording while something quite unconnected with football was going on!

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Du Vildan Atasever mindestens so schwer in Gold aufzuwiegen wie der Coupe Rimet. There are a few aspects of this film that I would like to particularly Day After Tomorrow Stream. I think the film is so-so, on the one hand we have an inconvincing casting, some scene are violent, the plot is dull. All this story is sighted through the eyes a Aslihan Gurbuz Matthias Lubanski. West Germany Hungary 3 2. I also liked the music, which was supportive without being overly dramatic or emotional.

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