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#1 Hick

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Geschrieben 19. März 2006, 14:24

Hallo,

H. J. Wulff bittet mich, folgende Suchanfrage weiterzugeben:

Gesucht wwerden Filme mit dem Motiv "Alzheimer-Krankheit", also solche, in denen Protagonisten darunter leiden oder die das anderweitig thematisieren. Könnt ihr die unten stehende Liste noch um euch bekannte Titel erweitern?

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Medienwissenschaft / Hamburg: Berichte und Papiere
64 / 2006: Alzheimer-Krankheit im Film.

Redaktion und Copyright dieser Ausgabe: Hans J. Wulff.
Letzte Änderung: 16. März 2006.

Die Alzheimer-Erkrankung im Film: Eine Arbeitsfilmographie
Komp. v. Hans J. Wulff

In die folgende Liste sind Hinweise von Beatrice Beyer, Evelyn Echle,
Stefan Höltgen, Ludger Kaczmarek, Peter Nowotny, Tobias Sunderdiek und
Bodo Traber eingegangen.

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Fiktionale Filme

1969
I Never Sang For My Father (Kein Lied für meinen Vater); USA 1969,
Gilbert Cates. 88min.

1985
Do You Remember Love (Vergeßt die Liebe nicht); USA 1985, Jeff Bleckner.
100min. -- TV-Film.

1986
Sonia; Kanada 1986, Paule Baillargeon. 54min. -- In frz. Sprache.

1987
Mercy or Murder? (Ein sanfter Tod); USA 1987, Steven Gethers. 100min. --
TV-Film.

1990
By Herself: Glass Curtain; USA 1990, Doris Totten Chase. 30min. --
Serienfolge.

1991
My Girl (My Girl); USA 1991, Howard Zieff. 102min.

1992
Folks! (Eine ganz normal verrückte Familie); USA 1992, Ted Kotcheff, 108min.

1993
Picket Fences; USA 1993/94. Jew. 60min.-- Serie, 2. Staffel, 22 Episoden.

1994
Przypadek Pekosinskiego (US-Titel: The Case of Bronek Pekosinski); Polen
1994, Grzegorz Krolikiewicz. 90min.

1995
Sukiyaki; Japan 1995, Junichi Suzuki. 93min.
Xiatian de Xue (Sommerschnee; aka: NuRen Si Shi; US-Titel: Summer Snow);
Hongkong 1995, Ann Hui. 100min.

1997
Reise in die Dunkelheit; BRD 1997, Berthold Mittermayr. 90min. --
TV-Familientragödie (ZDF).
Time to Say Goodbye? (Ein Abschied für immer); USA 1997, David Hugh
Jones. 87/91min. -- TV-Film.
Das vergessene Leben; BRD 1997, Claudia Prietzel. 90min. -- TV-Drama (WDR).

1998
Down in the Delta (Down in the Delta - Der Sommer, der alles
veränderte); USA 1998, Maya Angelou. 111min. -- TV-Film.
Safe House (Safe House - Abgeschottet); USA 1998, Eric Steven Stahl.
125min. -- TV-Film.

1999
Ban zhi yan (Metada Fumaca); Hongkong 1999, Riley Ip (= Ip Kam Hung).
101min.
Forget Me Never (Der Schrecken des Vergessens); Kanada/USA 1999, Robert
Allan Ackerman. 95min. -- TV-Drama.
One Special Night (Zauber einer Winternacht); USA 1999, Roger Young.
85/87min. -- TV-Drama.
Speed of Life (aka: Saturn [US-Titel]); USA 1999, Rob Schmidt. 94min.

2000
How To Kill Your Neighbor's Dog; USA , Michael Kalesniko. 107min.

2001
Se souvenir des belles choses (Claire - Sich erinnern an die schönen
Dinge); Frankreich 2001, Zabou Breitman. 110min.
El Hijo de la Novia (Der Sohn der Braut); Argentinien/Spanien 2001, Juan
José Campanella. 125min.
Ichiban ustsukushii natsu / Firefly Dreams (Naomi und die alte Dame);
Japan 2001, John Williams. 105min.
Iris (Iris); Iris, USA 2001, Richard Eyre. 91min.
En Sång för Martin (US-Titel: A Song for Martin); Dänemark/Schweden
2001, Bille August. 117min.

2003
After the Deluge; Australien 2003, Brendan Maher. 240min. -- TV-Vierteiler.
Assisted Living; USA 2003, Elliot Greenebaum. 78min.
Dopamine; USA 2003, Mark Decena. 90min.
La finestra di fronte (Das Fenster gegenüber); Italien 2003, Ferzan
Özpetek. 106min.
Harvie Krumpet; Australien 2003, Adam Elliot. 23min. -- Animationsfilm.
Mein Vater; BRD 2003, Andreas Kleinert. 90min.
De Zaak Alzheimer (Totgemacht - The Alzheimer Case); Niederlande/Belgien
2003, Erik van Looy. 120min; Director‘s Cut: 135min.

2004
Deining; Niederlande 2004, Nicole van Kilsdonk. 91min. -- TV-Film.
Noel (Noel - Engel in Manhattan)l; USA 2004, Chazz Palminteri, David
Hubbard. 96min.
The Notebook (Wie ein einziger Tag); USA 2004, Nick Cassavetes. 123min.
Tell Them Who You Are; USA 2004, Mark Wexler. 95min.
The Donna Guthrie Series: Grandpa Doesn't Know It's Me (Alzheimer's);
USA 2004. 10min.

2005
Black (Black); Indien 2005, Sanjay Leela Bhansali. 119min.
Maine Gandhi Ko Nahin Mara (engl.: I Did Not Kill Ghandi); Indien 2005,
Jahnu Barua. 100min.
To Lie in Green Pastures; USA 2005, Gene Landry. 15min.

2006
Ashita no kioku; Japan 2006, Yukihiko Tsutsumi.


Dokumentarfilme

Es gibt eine ganze Reihe von Lehr- und Instruktionsfilmen, die in der
Regel auf Video realisiert sind und als Videokopien (oder neuerdings
DVDs) vertrieben werden. Sie sind meist für Angehörige konzipiert,
dienen gelegentlich auch zur Fortbildung von Pflegepersonal. Eine
Übersicht über US-amerikanische Produktionen dieser Art findet sich als:
Filmography: Videos on Alzheimer‘s and Caregiving
ULR: http://www.zarcrom.c...m/AlzFilms.html

1985
An Alzheimer's Story; USA 1985, Ken Rosenberg. 28min.

1988
I Know A Song: A Journey With Alzheimer's Disease; USA 1988, Brenda
King. 24min.

1991
Losing It All: The Reality of Alzheimer's Disease; USA 1991, Michael
Mierendorf.

1993
Something Should Be Done About Grandma Ruthie; USA 1993, Cary
Stauffacher. 54min. -- Videofilm.

1994
Complaints of a Dutiful Daughter; USA 1994, Deborah Hoffmann. 44min.

1999
Integrative Validation nach Nicole Richard; BRD 1999. 30min. --
VHS-Kassette. Vertrieb: Vincentz-Verlag.

2000
Demenzielles Verhalten verstehen: Abschied von den Spielregeln unserer
Kultur. BRD 2000. 30min. -- VHS-Kassette. Vertrieb: Vincentz-Verlag.

2001
Meine Schwester Maria; Österreich 2002, Maximilian Schell. 90min.
The Nature of Things: Amanda's Choice; Kanada 2001, David Tucker. 50min.
Der Tag, der in der Handtasche verschwand; BRD 2001, Marion Kainz.
45min. -- TV-Produktion (WDR).

2002
Alzheimer: Spurensuche im Niemandsland; BRD 2002, Claudia Bissinger,
Michael Jürgs. 45min. -- TV-Film (MDR).
Alzheimer's: My Mom, Our Journey; USA 2002, Julie Meisner Eagle. --
TV-Produktion.
Erinnerungspflege mit demenziell Erkrankten; BRD 2000. 30min. --
VHS-Kassette. Vertrieb: Vincentz-Verlag.
La Maladie de la mémoire; Schweiz 2002, Richard Dindo. 88min.

2003
Rita; USA 2003, Elaina Archer. 59 min. -- TV-Produktion.

2004
The Forgetting: A Portrait of Alzheimer's; USA 2004, Elizabeth Arledge.
-- TV-Produktion.
Las Memorias del señor Alzheimer; Argentinien 2004, Sergio Bellotti.
Quick Brown Fox: An Alzheimer's Story; USA 2004, Ann Hedreen, Rustin
Thompson. 62min.
Sonny Boy; USA 2004, Soleil Moon Frye. 89min.

2005
Memory for Max, Claire, Ida and Company; Kanada 2005, Allan King. 112min.

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Geschrieben 19. März 2006, 14:29

Am Rande spielt Alzheimer auch in Deep Blue Sea (USA, 1999; Regie: Renny Harlin) eine Rolle. Diese Krankheit ist nämlich der Aufhänger, die Haie gentechnisch zu manipulieren, um so ein Alzheimer-Mittel zu erhalten.

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Geschrieben 19. März 2006, 14:46

Sind denn Altersdemenz und Alzheimer dasselbe?

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Geschrieben 19. März 2006, 14:54

Beitrag anzeigenkorken sagte am 19.03.2006, 14:46:

Sind denn Altersdemenz und Alzheimer dasselbe?

Aus klinischer Perspektive nicht; das alltägliche Verhalten jeweils Betroffener unterscheidet sich auch beträchtlich.

Die Frage ist nun, ob es bei dieser Liste konkret um die Krankheit Alzheimer geht (würde ich der Formulierung oben mal so entnehmen) oder ob eher Ausschau nach dem etwas allgemeineren Motiv/Phänomen "schleichender Gedächtnisverlust" gehalten wird.

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Geschrieben 19. März 2006, 14:58

Beitrag anzeigenImmo sagte am 19.03.2006, 14:54:

Beitrag anzeigenkorken sagte am 19.03.2006, 14:46:

Sind denn Altersdemenz und Alzheimer dasselbe?

Aus klinischer Perspektive nicht; das alltägliche Verhalten jeweils Betroffener unterscheidet sich auch beträchtlich.

Umso mehr überraschen mich da einige Titel. Als Laie würde ich doch sagen, dass Altersdemenz vorgebeugt bzw. durch Aktivität des Betroffenen bekämpft werden kann, während Alzheimer in seinen Konsequenzen unausweichlich ist.

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Geschrieben 19. März 2006, 15:10

Ich habe mal die "Plot-Suche" bei imdb angeworfen und nach "Alzheimer" gesucht.

Folgende Titel wurden ausgespuckt, die sich noch nicht in der obigen Liste finden:

NASH BRIDGES (Tv-Serie 1996-2001) [url="http://imdb.com/title/tt0115285/maindetails"]http://imdb.com/title/tt0115285/maindetails[/url]
[quote]Nash is a smart-alecky police inspector (Don Johnson) who's seen fighting crime on the streets of San Francisco, while driving around in his screaming yellow 70ish Plymouth Hemi Barracuda. He's the typical super-cop on the beat, who always wins in the end. Unfortunately, his personal relationships leave much to be desired. He has two ex-wives, a 16-year-old daughter needing a lot of supervision, and a father with Alzheimer's disease who keeps getting kicked out of retirement homes and dropping by to visit.[/quote]

87 TOPAZ (2004) [url="http://imdb.com/title/tt0421538/maindetails"]http://imdb.com/title/tt0421538/maindetails[/url]

[quote]A grandson remembers his grandfather's life, his love of cars, and the loss he experienced in his final years as he succumbed to Alzheimer's disease. Personal writings, old photographs, and super 8 home movies are gracefully intertwined with digital video in a meditation on memory, record-keeping, and automobiles.[/quote]

CHIKA'S BIRD (2004) [url="http://imdb.com/title/tt0431683/maindetails"]http://imdb.com/title/tt0431683/maindetails[/url]
[quote]A ten-year-old Japanese-Canadian girl who struggles with family and school - a grandfather with alzheimer, a frustrated mother, an indifferent teacher, and intolerant peers. Chika's Bird is a coming-of-age story about a young girl finding her strength through her connection with her grandfather and the origami he folds.[/quote]

DANGEROUS CROSSWINDS (2005) [url="http://imdb.com/title/tt0396550/maindetails"]http://imdb.com/title/tt0396550/maindetails[/url]
[quote]"Dangerous Crosswinds", a feature-length drama from filmmaker Bill Millios, is the story of a Pulitzer prize-winning reporter who hits a career roadblock and returns to New Hampshire, where he was raised, to regroup. Once back, he unexpectedly finds himself at the center of a story unlike any he's covered before-one involving his own role in the mercy-killing of a close friend. The script of Dangerous Crosswinds centers on Harry Toland, a New Hampshire native who has built a highly successful career at a New York City daily paper. As the film opens, Harry has just been fired over a controversial book he wrote supporting a person's right to die. The uproar has proven too much for the paper, which has let him go. Harry, recently divorced, opts to return to New Hampshire's Seacoast Region, where he grew up, to reassess his life's direction. He takes a job with a local paper, The Hampton Eagle, which is edited by an old college buddy. As Harry reconnects with other figures from his past, he learns the wife of one of his former UNH mentors is afflicted with an advanced case of Alzheimer's disease. Though a firm believer in a person's right to die, Harry later begins to question the circumstances of the situation he suddenly finds himself in the middle of. His search for answers leads him on a mini-odyssey of encounters with a wide range of local people from vastly different backgrounds, each of whom knows a piece of the real story. As the clues add up, Harry is forced to confront a reality that he could never have imagined-one complicated by his own role in the death of a cherished friend under circumstances that are much different than what he first imagined.[/quote]

Long Shadows: Stories from a Jewish Home (2003)
[url="http://imdb.com/title/tt0758002/maindetails"]http://imdb.com/title/tt0758002/maindetails[/url]
[quote]The largest population of Holocaust survivors, per capita, outside Israel lives in Melbourne, Australia. These survivors are facing death and isolation for the second time, as they make the traumatic transition to an aged care facility. Dementia, memory loss and physical immobility contribute to a splintering of identity. Removed from their homes, their familiar routines, their families and the outside community, past horrors come flooding back. Exploring three levels of care from the most independent to the most dependent at Melbourne's biggest Jewish aged care facility, LONG SHADOWS examines the impact of institutionalisation for three survivors and their spouses. Harold, guides us flamboyantly through this teeming "tower of Babel" that houses up to 600 residents, and through his personal tale of tragedy and love. Evelyne, a child survivor aged 60, must face institutionalisation prematurely when an accident renders her dependent. And life inside the Dementia unit for Alzheimer's sufferer Dora shows how massive trauma effects sufferers of dementia and the people who love and care for them. All three stories are peppered with humour, delivered with honesty and underscore the importance of love for survival. LONG SHADOWS: Stories from a Jewish Home examines the implications of caring for ageing Survivors of the Holocaust.[/quote]

SWIMMING ON THE MOOn (1999)
[url="http://imdb.com/title/tt0160942/maindetails"]http://imdb.com/title/tt0160942/maindetails[/url]
[quote]Senior citizen and felon Thomas Hatch is awarded a ninety-nine-year sentence. Hatch avoids the prison term by faking senility and is sent to an elderly facility. There he meets and falls in love with Fiona, an elderly woman who suffers from Alzheimer's Disease. Fiona lives each day of her life waiting to die. Fiona eventually learns about Hatch's falsehood. She promises not to disclose his secret under the condition that he promises to kill her.[/quote]

THE ROAD TO GALVESTON (1996)
[url="http://imdb.com/title/tt0117492/maindetails"]http://imdb.com/title/tt0117492/maindetails[/url]
[quote]Jordan Roosevelt, at 65, found herself alone, destitute, and depressed. Up against the wall, she took heart from the suggestion of a friend, a blind woman who was a nurse: enter a foster care program in which one takes care of patients in their own home. The patients she cares for are Alzheimers sufferers, and she shares her home with three other women in advanced stages of the disease, one (Gayle) wheelchair bound. And with these women, Jordan realizes a lifelong dream - to feel the ocean breeze. An accidental find of a coffee can stash of cash, buried by her late husband, makes the trip possible. Based on the true story of Peggy Lee of Camilla, Texas (the Alzheimers, the patients, and the foster care program are actual, the trip to the Galveston beaches is fictional).[/quote]

REAGAN (1998)
[url="http://imdb.com/title/tt0143056/combined"]http://imdb.com/title/tt0143056/combined[/url]
[quote]When he left the White House in 1989, Ronald Reagan was one of the most popular presidents of the century. A former Hollywood star and seemingly simple man, Reagan was consistently underestimated by his opponents. One by one, he overcame them all. Incorporating interviews with key political insiders, former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, and members of the Reagan family, "Reagan" explores the man who saw America as a "shining city on a hill" and himself as its heroic defender. The program follows Reagan's life from his itinerant boyhood in Illinois to his battle with "communist agitators" in the Screen Actors Guild and his dramatic 1980 victory over Jimmy Carter. Only 70 days into his presidency, a would-be assassin's bullet left him more debilitated than anyone knew. Reagan's massive military buildup and bold challenges to the Soviet Union caused his critics to portray him as a trigger-happy cowboy. But he negotiated deep cuts in nuclear weapons and resolved to end the Cold War. Five years after leaving office, Reagan announced he had Alzheimer's disease and dropped from public view. [info from DVD container][/quote]

RAZOR (2006)
[url="http://imdb.com/title/tt0758778/maindetails"]http://imdb.com/title/tt0758778/maindetails[/url]
[quote]An elderly man, nicknamed Razor, has just returned to the South Bronx, after spending fifty years in prison. As the effects of Alzheimer's slowly deteriorate his mind, he tries desperately to finish a task that he believes will give meaning to his life.[/quote]

OUTSIDE A DREAM (2005)
[url="http://imdb.com/title/tt0765834/maindetails"]http://imdb.com/title/tt0765834/maindetails[/url]
[quote]Michael Stevens, a man in his late seventies, struggles to cope with the effects of Alzheimer's disease and the recent death of his wife Charlotte. Motivated by the memories they shared and searching for a poem they wrote together Michael fights desperately to hold on to their love.[/quote]

ORI UME (2002)
[url="http://imdb.com/title/tt0368112/maindetails"]http://imdb.com/title/tt0368112/maindetails[/url]
[quote]About a family shouldering an unexpected responsibility when Alzheimer's disease strikes their grandmother. The superb cast portrays this serious and realistic situation with heart-warming compassion, stressing the importance of empathizing with the victims of this difficult disease.[/quote]

ONE OF FIVE (2002)
[url="http://imdb.com/title/tt0420043/maindetails"]http://imdb.com/title/tt0420043/maindetails[/url]
[quote]Here are inspiring portraits of five families, each caring for an emotionally handicapped, or alcohol-addicted member. The love the family members feel for their disabled relatives is evident, as the film shows the joy, as well as the burdens their care imposes. Gammi is an elderly African American woman with Alzheimer's disease. Her family members are tolerant of her repetitive and often senseless babbling. They stroke and comfort her, and laugh fondly at her foibles. Michael is an eight-year-old with Downs' syndrome. His mother, who already had two children, knew ahead of time that she would have a disabled child and chose not to abort. The family does not regret the decision, and, in fact, feels Michael is an important part of their lives. Shane is an impoverished teenager from Appalachia. His father left the family when he was young and his mother is a recovering alcoholic. Jenny, a college student, also has an alcoholic parent. It has not been easy for her to deal with confronting her mother about her alcoholism. Dale is a middle-aged paranoid schizophrenic. The family accepts the fact that he sometimes has bizarre visions. In a society in which multitudes of people share similar mental disorders and are abandoned by their families or their communities, these portraits are a reminder that patience and fortitude bring their own satisfactions.[/quote]

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OED YR ADDEWID (2002) http://imdb.com/titl...273/maindetails

Zitat

Maureen has her hands full at home and can't take care of her father William, who may be suffering from Alzheimer's. Her brothers - Alun, an alcoholic trumpet player, and John, an insensitive businessman - don't really want to help. William, a lifelong socialist, feels angry and resentful towards the British government which has abandoned him in his old age. Having been persuaded by his children to buy a council house in the booming 80s, he discovers that this selfsame government, which made such a virtue of home ownership some ten years earlier, now expects him to sell the property in order to pay for his care. Isolated in old age, Williams secretly decides to put into action a plan to get back at the system.

NU REN SI SHI (1994) http://imdb.com/titl...767/maindetails

Zitat

The Suns are a typical Hong Kong family: May, forty something, works for a trading company; her husband, Bing, works as a low-grade civil servant, and Allen, their teenage son, is still at school. Trouble strikes one day when Bing's mother dies of a stroke, leaving her husband old Mr. Sun. Alzheimer's Disease is diagnosed. From that day on, the family's daily life is thrown into a poignant. Old Mr. Sun develops a tendency to wander off and get lost, he wakes up yelling in the middle of the night plus he is rude and disobliging ... all this, along with May's already full schedule as wife, mother and employee, drives her close to the edge of her endurance. The very last thing they all wanted has to happen: old Mr. Sun has to go into a Nursing Home. But it does not turn out quite like they expected...

Monster Road (2004) http://imdb.com/titl...538/maindetails

Zitat

Monster Road explores the wildly fantastic worlds of legendary underground clay animator Bruce Bickford. Tracing the origins of his remarkably unique sensibility, the film journeys back to Bickford's childhood in a competitive household during the paranoia of the Cold War and examines his relationship with his father, George, who is facing the onset of Alzheimer's Disease. Bickford's films, especially the dark and magical clay animations he created for Frank Zappa in the 1970s, have achieved cult status worldwide. Entirely self-taught, the 56-year-old Bickford works alone in a makeshift basement studio in his house near Seattle. Bickford's father George, a retired Boeing engineer of the Cold War era, is the other main character. George's talent for maximizing the space inside airplanes and missiles parallels his son's animations, which often contain dozens of inch-tall figures fighting battles on a tiny set. George's wondrous musings about the universe reveal a deep admiration for the implicit architect of such splendor while atheism prevents him from admitting the possibility of a God. Along with the wonder of creation, George considers the pain of a life spent disengaged from his family and centered on the imperfections in those around him.

Meän kesä (2004) http://imdb.com/titl...645/maindetails

Zitat

A documentary film by Mika Ronkainen about the phases of a family and the cycle of generations. A story about a middle-aged woman who decides to change the direction of development, even just for one summer. Anitta Kolehmainen (42), a mother of five children, lives in a small village of Karunki close to Swedish border in the Finnish Lapland. Both of Anitta's parents are in an old-age home thirty kilometers north from where Anitta lives with her family. Anitta's father, Lauri, has got Alzheimer's disease. After having several strokes, her mother, Viivi, has lost her ability to speak and move by herself. Anitta's parents live in separate rooms in the same corridor. Anitta would like to take better care of her parents, but she can't due to the situation in her own life. She's feeling guilt about it. Three of Anitta's children are adults and they have moved away from home already. The oldest one, 23-year-old Jari, is about to become a father. The youngest two are 10-year-old Markus and 5-year-old Roosa. Anitta has entered a stage, where she has to re-think about what's imporatant to her in her life. Big changes are about to happen to her: she's becoming a grandmother for the first time, and her marriage is in a crisis. Anitta's childhood home, Ojalanpää, which is situated 60 kilometers north from Karunki, has been empty and cold for several years. A small farm, built by Anitta's parents, has gone thru the same big change as a big part of Finnish countryside: the villages are getting smaller when people are moving to towns and cities. The people from this farm have moved to an old-age home. In the beginning of the summer, Anitta finds a solution to both her problems. She takes her father out of the old-age home, and moves back to her childhood home, Ojalanpää, with her father and the two children, Markus and Roosa. Their summer begins.

The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat (1987) (TV) http://imdb.com/titl...487/maindetails

Zitat

Based on an Oliver Sacks case study, Dr P is a baritone opera singer who cannot distinguish his students until they speak. He suffers from visual agnosia, more specifically prosopagnosia, which only allows him to see details that he must cognitively assemble to identify an object. For example, he can describe a rose as a "convoluted red form with a linear green extension," but can only identify it as a rose by smell. Dr S, the neurologist, examines him, first in a clinic, then in his home environment, and deals with Dr P's concerned wife, culminating in a heated argument about whether Dr P's paintings are abstract art or the result of his occipital degeneration. Dr S only learns how Dr and Mrs P cope with the situation, but cannot diagnose the situation. The opera, filmed cinematically on locations and sets and not on a theatrical stage, is intercut, sometimes jarringly, with footage of Oliver Sacks reflecting on his encounters with Dr P, as well as scenes of a pathologist examining the real Dr P's brain, identifying his condition as a rare but not unique symptom of Alzheimer's, for until near the very end his only symptoms were strictly occipital, suggesting, perhaps, a tumor. This material, which is sometimes redundant, gives the film the effect of a documentary with staged reenactments, only the reenactments are operatic rather than standard non-musical drama.


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Sollten von den Titeln auch ein paar ihren Weg in die Filmografie finden, fände ich eine namentliche Erwähnung in der Liste der Beitragenden natürlich sehr nett. :)

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Geschrieben 19. März 2006, 15:19

In Episode 119 der TV-Serie EMERGENCY ROOM scheint Alzheimer ebenfalls ein Thema zu sein:

http://imdb.com/titl...568127/combined

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Benton struggles with the idea of taking a DNA test to determine whether or not Reese is actually his son. As the signs continue to pile up, Kerry and Mark use a fake patient to convince Dr. Lawrence of his Alzheimer's. Carter has trouble persuading a woman from a nursing home fire to sign a DNR for her husband and later is asked to forge charts for a family with no insurance. Carol continues to meddle in Meg's life, having her arrested so that she can be detoxed. Cleo is blamed for an explosion in the suture room but it may actually be Dr. Dave's fault.

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Geschrieben 19. März 2006, 15:22

Noch über Google gefunden: Den japanischen Film DER AKAZIENWEG

Ich zitiere im folgenden das programm des Kommunalen Kinos in Lübeck:

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Der Akazienweg (Akashia no michi)

Japan 2001, 90 Min., OmU
R+B: Matsuoka George, K: Kasamatsu Norimichi, D: Natsukawa Yui, Watanabe Misako, Sugimoto Tetta

Die Lektorin Kijima Miwako erfährt durch ihre Tante, dass ihre Mutter an der Alzheimer Krankheit leidet. Die Mutter zog Kijima allein auf, war Lehrerin und hatte ein schweres Leben. Sie war ihrer Tochter gegenüber unbarmherzig, so dass diese mit der Aufnahme ihres Studiums an der Universität den Kontakt abgebrochen hatte. Nur sehr zögerlich akzeptiert sie nun, zu ihrer Mutter zurückzukehren. Das Zusammenleben gestaltet sich dann sehr schwierig, Kijima leidet darunter, weil sie ihre Mutter nun genauso behandelt, wie sie früher von ihr behandelt wurde. Um wenigstens zeitweilig den Problemen des Alltags zu entfliehen, trifft sie sich wieder mit alten Freunden. Dennoch fühlt sie sich von niemandem verstanden. Die psychische Belastung wird immer schwerer und eines Tages verlässt sie völlig entnervt das Haus. Doch eine innere Unruhe treibt sie zurück. Als sie wieder zu Hause ankommt, ist ihre Mutter verschwunden. Sie zögert, die Polizei anzurufen.....

Nach dem Film stehen Mitarbeiterinnen der Alzheimer Gesellschaft und der Pflegeberatungsstelle für Gespräche zur Verfügung und geben Informationen zum Hilfsangebot für Demenzkranke und Ihren Angehörigen in Lübeck.

http://www.luebeck.d...ommunal_09.html

imdb: http://imdb.com/title/tt0278905/

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Geschrieben 19. März 2006, 15:23

In der Serie GREY'S ANATOMY leidet die Mutter der Hauptdarstellerin an Alzheimer.

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Geschrieben 19. März 2006, 15:37

Jungejunge, das hat sich ja richtig gelohnt. Ich habe Prof. Wulff mal eure Realnames weitergegeben, damit ihr in der Vorschlagsliste gewürdigt werdet.

Wer weitere Titel vorschlägt, möge dazu bitte auch seinen Realname poste (gern auch per PM an mich).

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Geschrieben 19. März 2006, 15:51

Die IMDb listet auch noch einen Kurzfilm (9 Min.) mit dem Titel ALZHEIMER; keine Ahnung ob der inhaltlich auch mit dieser Thematik umgeht: http://german.imdb.c...itle/tt0335860/

Der Sohn der Braut: http://www.filmverba.../filmtips4.html

Wikipedia listet auch noch einige Titel:

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„Der Tag, der in der Handtasche verschwand“, Debüt-Film von Marion Kainz aus dem Jahre 2001. Adolf-Grimme-Preis 2002 in Gold. Der Film schildert so eindringlich wie beklemmend, wie eine alte, unter Alzheimer leidende Frau glaubt, das Opfer einer Verschwörung zu sein. In Wirklich aber befindet sie sich erst seit kurzem in einem Alten-Heim, in dem sie sich nicht zurechtfindet.

2001 verfilmte der englische Theater-Regisseur Richard Eyre das Leben der an Alzheimer erkrankten Schriftstellerin Iris Murdoch. Das Drama Iris zeigt in drastischen, jedoch authentisch wirkenden Bildern den physischen und psychischen Verfall einer Demenz-Patientin.

Das Drama Der Schrecken des Vergessens (Originaltitel: Forget Me Never), USA/Kanada 1999, handelt von der Anwältin Diana McGowin (Mia Farrow), die sich plötzlich keine Termine und Namen mehr merken kann. Der Film stammt vom Regisseur Robert Allan Ackerman. Jack, der Mann von Diana McGowin, wird von Martin Sheen gespielt.

Maine Gandhi Ko Nahin Mara (engl.: I Did Not Kill Ghandi, also.: Ich habe Ghandi nicht getötet, 2005), ein indischer Film, der auf dem Internationalen Film Festival von Dubai gezeigt wurde, erzählt die Geschichte des bekannten Hindi-Professors Uttam Chaudhary (gespielt von Anupam Kher) und seiner Familie. Um die Zeit seiner Emeritierung erkrankt der Professor an Alzheimer. Seine Vergesslichkeit verstört ihn, später führen Depressionen und Wahnvorstellungen, die auf einem traumatischen Kindheitserlebnis beruhen (vgl. Filmtitel) zu großen Schwierigkeiten für die Familie.

Mein Vater, D 2002, mit Götz George.

http://www.bloghof.net/cityofangels/archiv...0tzerw7xm6r.htm

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Aufgelegt (mit Meg Ryan, Lisa Kudrow und Diane Keaton und dann noch dem einen der 2 von "Ein seltsames Paar, der so "zerknautscht" im Gesicht aussieht *gg*)

Keine romantische Komödie. Wieder ein Problemfilm. Vater erkrankt (an Alzheimer ?) erkennt seine Tochter nicht mehr zuletzt und stirbt dann. Man sollte dazu schreiben, dass Meg, Lisa und Diane 3 Schwestern spielen, die unterschiedlicher nicht sein könnten und nur durch die Krankheit und den nahenden Tod ihres Vaters wieder zusammenfinden. Dazwischen erlebt man noch die durchaus problematische Beziehung von Meg Ryan mit diesem bekannten Schauspieler, dessen Namen ich allerdings vergass *g*. Packt die Taschentücher aus, Mädels

http://www.niederlandistik.fu-berlin.de/ch.../honigmann.html

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Mit den Themen Exil, Gedächtnis und Erinnerung, ein in ihrer Arbeit immer wiederkehrender Topos, beschäftigte sich Heddy Honigmann in ihrem nächsten Spielfilm HERSENSCHIMMEN (Mind Shadows, 1988). Ein Mann, der einst als niederländischer Emigrant mit seiner Frau nach Kanada kam, wird zunehmend vergeßlich. Zurückgezogen, inmitten einer weißen, kalten Winterlandschaft und ohne Hoffnung auf Genesung führt er fortan den Kampf gegen seine Alzheimer-Erkrankung. Unausweichlich verliert er allmählich die Spur zu allem, was ihm vertraut war: Er verwechselt Vergangenheit und Zukunft, Nacht und Tag, Holland und Kanada, seine Mutter und seine Frau. Durch die gelungene Montage von Erinnerungsebene und Gegenwart, innerem Monolog und wirklichem Geschehen wird der Zerfall seiner Welt für die Zuschauer erfahrbar. Basierend auf dem vielfach ausgezeichneten Roman und Bestseller von J. Bernlef und mit dem bekannten niederländischen Schauspieler Joop Admiral in der Hauptrolle gelang Heddy Honigmann die Verfilmung eines als nicht verfilmbar geltenden Romans. (5. & 18.5.)

http://movies2.nytim...tml?v_id=260413
http://www.cdunivers...asp?pid=7000097
http://german.imdb.c...215/plotsummary
NOEL: http://german.imdb.c...534/plotsummary
http://german.imdb.c...983/plotsummary
LIFE MATTERS: http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/life_matte...eimers_disease/

[Falls etwas dabei sein sollte (und Du das willst... !), maX, kannst Du meinen Namen gerne per PM in Erfahrung bringen... ]

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Geschrieben 19. März 2006, 16:23

Mit ein bisschen Knobeln spuckt imdb noch folgendes aus:

THE AMERICAN STANDARDS, http://german.imdb.c...itle/tt0439284/

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Finding himself at a life crossroad after marriage problems, Doc Jennings goes to his parents' home to celebrate his mother, Ann's birthday. While family and friends seem to think everything's fine, he notices some dramatic changes between his mother and father, Jack. He stays at their home afterward and learns the dark secrets of his seemingly perfect family. Lies, affairs, and afflictions. Then after a life-threatening accident, the family realizes they have to come together. After bitter fights and twists in fate, the house slowly becomes a home, recognizing....it's never too late.

A CLEAR VIEW, http://german.imdb.c...itle/tt0478997/

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In terms of content, I found it a very sympathetic approach to a difficult subject, and one which advocates for seniors and Alzheimer's sufferers could very easily use as a teaching tool. At the same time, it manages to do an exceptional job of "humanizing" its subjects; rather than being "just another 'disease' film," it succeeds in accomplishing its director's goal of being first and foremost "a love story." I am very excited to watch where the Cobblestone team goes from here.

FORGOTTEN HAT, http://german.imdb.c...itle/tt0285108/

GRANDMA DIDN'T WAVE BACK, http://german.imdb.c...itle/tt0343742/

THE INTRUDER, http://german.imdb.c...itle/tt0452801/

JE PRÉFÈRE QU'ON RESTE AMIS, http://german.imdb.c...itle/tt0399222/

JUDY BERLIN, http://german.imdb.c...itle/tt0181618/

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A lonely, but talented teacher (Barbara Barrie) enjoys a flirtation with her married principal (Bob Dishy), who returns her affections but is hampered by his high-strung wife (Madeline Kahn). He is also hampered by a deadbeat son (Aaron Harnick), who supposedly is becoming a filmmaker. The teacher also has a clueless daughter (Edie Falco), who is an aspiring actress. Filmmaker & actress manage to get together, while the teacher & principal can steal their own fleeting moments and a quick kiss during an eclipse.

KRÓLOWA CHMUR, http://german.imdb.c...itle/tt0419894/

MY MOTHER'S KEEPER, http://german.imdb.c...itle/tt0417994/

THE NET, http://german.imdb.c...itle/tt0113957/

THE PLEDGE, http://german.imdb.c...itle/tt0237572/

THE REAGANS; http://german.imdb.c...itle/tt0383139/

REMEMBERING MARIO, http://german.imdb.c...itle/tt0117461/

WALKING AND TALKING, http://german.imdb.c...itle/tt0118113/

WHERE'S POPPA, http://german.imdb.c...itle/tt0066563/

Alle Filme tragen das Keyword "Alzheimer" und sind nicht in der Liste enthalten. Außerdem scheint dieser gerade in Produktion befindliche Film AWAY FROM HER (http://german.imdb.c...itle/tt0491747/) da reingehören.
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Geschrieben 19. März 2006, 16:30

VORLETZTER ABSCHIED (D 2004).
"Was für Idioten, was für eine Dreckskaste. Ein solcher Korpsgeist wie in der deutschen Presse findet sich allenfalls noch bei alten Wehrmachtsoffizieren."
(Klaus Theweleit)


"I was always killing myself, but it was always the bystander who died."
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Geschrieben 19. März 2006, 16:43

ON GOLDEN POND (1981)

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ON GOLDEN POND (2001)
"Was für Idioten, was für eine Dreckskaste. Ein solcher Korpsgeist wie in der deutschen Presse findet sich allenfalls noch bei alten Wehrmachtsoffizieren."
(Klaus Theweleit)


"I was always killing myself, but it was always the bystander who died."
(Dennis Nilsen)

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Geschrieben 19. März 2006, 17:23

Professor Wulff schreibt mir noch gerade (nachdem er eure Vorschläge gesehen hat):

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Und die Frage zur Abgrenzung Alzheimer / Demenz werde ich mit einem
Einleitungsnotat behandeln!


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Geschrieben 19. März 2006, 18:02

Beitrag anzeigenmaX sagte am 19.03.2006, 17:23:

Professor Wulff schreibt mir noch gerade (nachdem er eure Vorschläge gesehen hat):

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Und die Frage zur Abgrenzung Alzheimer / Demenz werde ich mit einem
Einleitungsnotat behandeln!

Demenz ist der allgemeine Überbegriff. Während die Alzheimer, neben z.b. der Multiinfarkt-Demenz, eine der möglichen Ursachen ist.





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