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Der Chirurg Dr. Paul Kesey ist frustriert, weil er jeden Tag sehen muss, was die Gewalt auf den Straßen anrichtet. Als dann auch noch seine Frau und Tochter einer Straßengang zum Opfer fallen, nimmt Paul das Gesetz selbst in die Hand. Er wird zum. Death Wish ist ein US-amerikanischer Actionfilm aus dem Jahr , in dem ein Mann zur Selbstjustiz greift, als die Polizei den brutalen Überfall auf seine Frau. Der Film ist der erste Teil der Death-Wish-Reihe. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Handlung; 2 Hintergrund; 3. Death Wish ein Film von Eli Roth mit Bruce Willis, Vincent D'Onofrio. Inhaltsangabe: Dr. Paul Kersey (Bruce Willis) arbeitet als Chirurg in der Notaufnahme eines. Death Wish (). ()1h 47minX-Ray Als seine Frau (Elisabeth Shue​) und Tochter (Camila Morrone) Opfer einer Gewalttat werden, jagt Dr. Paul.

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Death Wish [dt./OV]. (1,)IMDb h 48minX-Ray Der Chirurg Dr. Paul Kersey (Bruce Willis) erlebt die Folgen der Gewalt auf den Straßen Chicagos. Death Wish (). ()1h 47minX-Ray Als seine Frau (Elisabeth Shue​) und Tochter (Camila Morrone) Opfer einer Gewalttat werden, jagt Dr. Paul. Willis statt Bronson: traf Michael Winners berüchtigter Film „Ein Mann sieht rot“ irgendwie einen Nerv. Das Remake, „Death Wish“, wirkt. Death Wish

The film basically gives a great big nod of approval to Kersey's actions. The sense of humour really helps the film I still laugh at the scene where some construction-workers kick the hell out of a crook, and one workman nonchalantly states to the TV reporters: "Erm, we roughed him up a bit before the cops arrived!

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Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. A New York City architect becomes a one-man vigilante squad after his wife is murdered by street punks in which he randomly goes out and kills would-be muggers on the mean streets after dark.

Director: Michael Winner. Writers: Brian Garfield novel , Wendell Mayes screenplay. Added to Watchlist. From metacritic.

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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Charles Bronson Paul Kersey Hope Lange Joanna Kersey Vincent Gardenia Frank Ochoa Steven Keats Jack Toby William Redfield Sam Kreutzer Stuart Margolin Aimes Jainchill Stephen Elliott Police Commissioner Kathleen Tolan This was the first film in the Death Wish franchise ; it was followed eight years later with Death Wish II and other similar films.

At the time of release, the film was criticized for its apparent support of vigilantism and advocating unlimited punishment of criminals.

The film was a commercial success and resonated with the public in the United States, which was experiencing increasing crime rates during the s.

Paul Kersey is a successful, middle-aged architect and family man who enjoys a happy home in Manhattan with his wife Joanna.

One day, Joanna and their grown daughter Carol are followed home from D'Agostino's by three thugs, who invade the apartment by posing as deliverymen.

Upon arriving at the hospital, Paul is devastated to learn that Joanna has died from her injuries. Shortly after attending his wife's funeral, Paul has an encounter with a mugger in a darkened street.

Paul fights back with a homemade weapon , an improvised blackjack made from a sock with two rolls of quarters in it, causing the mugger to run away.

Paul is shaken and energized by the encounter. Paul's boss sends him to Tucson, Arizona , to see Ames Jainchill, a client with a residential development project.

A few days later, Paul is invited to dinner by Ames at his gun club. Ames is impressed with Paul's pistol marksmanship at the target range.

Paul reveals that he was a conscientious objector during the Korean War , when he served as a combat medic. He had been taught to handle firearms by his father, a hunter, but after his father was killed in a hunting accident, Paul's mother made him swear never to use guns again.

Paul is successful in helping Ames plan his residential housing development. Ames drives Paul back to Tucson Airport and presents Paul with a gift for his work on the development, which he places into Paul's checked luggage.

Back in Manhattan, Paul learns from his son-in-law, Jack, that his daughter is severely depressed from the trauma of the assault and is now catatonic , and they have Carol committed to a mental hospital.

Paul learns that Ames has given him a nickel-plated. He loads it and takes a late-night walk during which he is mugged at gunpoint.

Paul shoots the mugger, and in a state of shock, he runs home and vomits. The next night, Paul walks through the city looking for violent criminals.

Over the next few weeks, Paul kills several criminals, some of whom he lures into attacking him by presenting himself as an affluent victim for a mugging, and others when he sees them attacking innocent people.

His department narrows it down to a list of men who have had a family member recently killed by muggers and are war veterans.

Ochoa soon suspects Paul and is about to make an arrest when the district attorney intervenes and tells Ochoa that "we don't want him.

Ochoa does not like the idea but relents and agrees to try to "scare him off". One night, Paul shoots two more muggers before being wounded in the leg by a third mugger with a pistol, whom he pursues to a warehouse.

When Paul corners him, he challenges him to a fast draw , only to faint because of blood loss, with the mugger escaping.

His gun is discovered by a young patrolman, Jackson Reilly, who hands it to Ochoa and is told to forget he ever saw it. The press is informed that Paul is just another mugging victim.

Hospitalized, Paul is told by Ochoa to have his company transfer him to another city, and in exchange, Ochoa will dispose of Paul's revolver.

In addition, Paul is ordered by Ochoa to leave New York permanently. Paul arrives in Chicago Union Station by train.

Being greeted by a company representative, he notices a group of hoodlums harassing a young woman. He excuses himself and helps the woman.

The hoodlums make obscene gestures, but Paul makes a finger gun at them and smiles. Character actor Robert Miano had a minor role as a mugger in the film.

John Herzfeld played the mugger who slashes Paul's newspaper on the subway. Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs , who later co-starred on the television show Welcome Back, Kotter , had an uncredited role as one of the Central Park muggers near the end of the film.

It has been rumored that Denzel Washington made his screen debut as an uncredited alley mugger since in a long shot, the actor shown appears to resemble him, but Washington stated that not to be true.

Christopher Guest made one of his earliest film appearances as a young police officer who finds Kersey's gun. Sonia Manzano , who played Maria on Sesame Street , had an uncredited role as a supermarket checkout clerk.

The film also marked Jeff Goldblum 's screen debut, playing one of the "freaks" who assaults Kersey's family early in the film.

The film was based on Brian Garfield 's novel of the same name. Garfield was inspired to use the theme of vigilantism following incidents in his personal life.

In one incident, his wife's purse was stolen; in another, his car was vandalized. His initial thought each time was that he could kill "the son of a bitch" responsible.

He later considered that these were primitive thoughts, contemplated in an unguarded moment. He then thought of writing a novel about a man who entered that way of thinking in a moment of rage and then never emerged from it.

Garfield sold screen rights to both Death Wish and Relentless to the only film producers who approached him, Hal Landers and Bobby Roberts.

He was offered the chance to write a screenplay adapting one of the two novels, and chose Relentless. He simply considered it the easier of the two to turn into a film.

Wendell Mayes was then hired to write the screenplay for Death Wish. He preserved the basic structure of the novel and much of the philosophical dialogue.

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Out of sympathy his boss gives him an assignment in sunny Arizona where Paul gets a taste of the Old West ideals. He returns to New York with a compromised view on muggers Written by Don Hoffman.

The original Death Wish movie is still the only one worth watching. A slick, well-made and enjoyably amoral vigilante drama, it was a huge box office hit in its day.

It starts with a chilling rape sequence - still provocative thirty years on - and develops from there into an exciting and perversely funny story of how a man whose life is affected by these disturbing events gets his revenge.

His wife dies from her injuries and his daughter is so deeply traumatized that she is left in a permanent vegetative state.

Kersey tries to get some normality back into his life through work, but deep down inside he's burning for revenge.

He knows he will never get the actual gang who harmed his family, but he also realises that crime in general is spreading through the city like a plague.

So, armed with a gun and a sense of vigilante justice, he starts patrolling the streets by night, killing muggers, hoodlums and rapists.

But for how long can he hand out his own brand of justice without being caught? And at what point does his course of action stop being justifiable?

When does he become just as bad as the crooks he is trying to rub out? The film is based on a Brian Garfield novel, but in the book vigilantism was illustrated as an extension of crime - just another problem as opposed to a solution.

Here Michael Winner, a director always happy to create a few ripples, presents the vigilante as an out-and-out hero.

The film basically gives a great big nod of approval to Kersey's actions. The sense of humour really helps the film I still laugh at the scene where some construction-workers kick the hell out of a crook, and one workman nonchalantly states to the TV reporters: "Erm, we roughed him up a bit before the cops arrived!

Just make sure you steer clear of its four utterly terrible sequels. Sign In. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends.

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Rate This. A New York City architect becomes a one-man vigilante squad after his wife is murdered by street punks in which he randomly goes out and kills would-be muggers on the mean streets after dark.

Winner decided to include a prologue depicting a happy relationship and so the prologue of the film depicts the couple vacationing in Hawaii.

Winner decided on a more elaborate scene, involving a fight scene in a recreation of the Wild West , taking place in Tucson, Arizona.

The final script had the vigilante making an occasional reference to Westerns. While confronting an armed mugger, he challenges him to draw Kersey tells him to "fill your hand," the same challenge issued by Western movie icon John Wayne to his main opponent in the climactic shootout in 's True Grit.

When Ochoa tells him to get out of town, he asks if he has until sundown to do so. A minor argument occurred when it came to a shooting location for the film.

Bronson asked for a California-based location so that he could visit his family in Bel Air, Los Angeles. Ultimately, Bronson backed down.

Multiple Grammy award-winning jazz musician Herbie Hancock produced and composed the original score for the soundtrack to the movie.

But I had a girlfriend who was in Sesame Street , a Puerto Rican actress Sonia Manzano , who played a checkout girl at the supermarket [in Death Wish ], and she was a great jazz fan.

She said, 'Well, you should have Herbie Hancock. He's got this record out called Head Hunters. Hancock's theme for the film was quoted in " Judge, Jury and Executioner ," a single by Atoms for Peace.

Death Wish received mixed reviews upon its release because of its support of vigilantism, but it affected US audiences and began widespread debate over how to deal with rampant crime.

The film's graphic violence, particularly the brutal rape scene of Kersey's daughter and the explicit portrayal of Kersey's premeditated slayings, was considered exploitative but realistic in the context of the US atmosphere of rising urban crime rates.

Many critics were displeased with the film, considering it an "immoral threat to society" and an encouragement of antisocial behavior.

It is nasty and demagogic stuff, an appeal to brute emotions and against reason. Scarcely a single sensible insight into urban violence occurs; the killings just plod one after another as Bronson stalks New York's crime-ridden streets.

The difference, of course, is that Michael Winner has none of Boetticher's indigenous sense of allegory or his instinct for what constitutes a good folk-mythology, let alone his relish for three-dimensional villains.

Garfield was also unhappy with the final product, calling the film "incendiary" and stated that the film's sequels are all pointless and rancid since they advocate vigilantism unlike his two novels, which make the opposite argument.

The film led him to write a follow-up titled Death Sentence , which was published a year after the film's release. In later years, the film would be liked for its disturbing, serious view of one man's violent war on crime.

Many critics rate the original film higher than the sequels, which were more exploitative and contrived. The film is recognized by American Film Institute in these lists:.

Death Wish was a watershed for Bronson, who was 53 years old at the time, and who was then better known in Europe and Asia for his role in The Great Escape.

Bronson became an American film icon, who experienced great popularity over the next twenty years. It was later released on DVD in and A 40th Anniversary Edition was released on Blu-ray in In June, Eli Roth signed on to direct.

The film was released on March 2, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Theatrical release poster. Dino De Laurentiis Corporation.

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