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directed by Nat Faxon

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writed by Ruben Östlund, Jesse Armstrong

Runtime 90 m

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Force Majeure Theatrical release poster Directed by Ruben Östlund Produced by Erik Hemmendorff Marie Kjellson Philippe Bober Written by Ruben Östlund Starring Johannes Bah Kuhnke Lisa Loven Kongsli Clara Wettergren Vincent Wettergren Kristofer Hivju Fanni Metelius Music by Ola Fløttum Cinematography Fredrik Wenzel Edited by Jacob Secher Schulsinger Production company Beofilm Coproduction Office Film i Väst Motlys Plattform Produktion Rhône-Alpes Cinéma Société Parisienne de Production Distributed by TriArt Film Release date 18 May 2014 ( Cannes) 15 August 2014 (Sweden) Running time 119 minutes [1] Country France Norway Sweden Language English French Norwegian Swedish Box office 1. 4 million (US) 2] Force Majeure ( French: fɔʁs maʒœʁ] Swedish: Turist. tourist. is a 2014 internationally co-produced comedy-drama film directed by Ruben Östlund. It follows the marital tension resulting from an avalanche during which the husband, named Tomas, prioritizes his own escape over the safety of his family. The title used for the film in some English-speaking countries comes from force majeure, a contractual clause freeing both parties from liability in the event of unexpected disasters. Force Majeure was acclaimed upon release, with critics praising its script and cinematography. It won the Best Film award at the 50th Guldbagge Awards, and was named one of the best films of 2014 by various publications. Plot [ edit] A Swedish family consisting of a businessman named Tomas, his Norwegian wife Ebba, their young daughter Vera and preschooler Harry stays at a luxury resort in the French Alps. On their second day, they see a controlled avalanche as they are having lunch outdoors on the deck of a restaurant. The powder cloud of the avalanche gives the appearance that the snow is rising and will wipe out everyone on the deck. Tomas, who is filming the avalanche on his mobile phone, panics and runs as the deck quickly empties of patrons, leaving Ebba with their children encased in a dense fog. Patrons return to their tables as the fog dissipates, and no one is hurt. That evening they eat dinner with one of Ebba's friends, who has picked up an American man for the evening. Ebba tells the story of the avalanche in English, but Tomas insists he did not run away from the table, and in Swedish adds that one cannot run in ski boots. They argue in front of their embarrassed guests. Ebba is angry that he would not admit he ran away from the avalanche abandoning them. He says he remembers it differently. Ebba decides she would like a day of skiing by herself. She has drinks with her friend they had dinner with the night before, as the woman says goodbye to another man. Ebba confronts her friend on her adultery, asking her if she loves her husband and children. Her friend says she is fine with having an open relationship with her husband, and that she is happy if he finds a woman to have great sex with, as he is with her. Ebba becomes more insistent, and the friend advises they not argue, and leaves. Mats, one of Tomas's old friends, joins them at the resort with his young girlfriend, Fanni. They join Tomas and Ebba for dinner in their suite. After dinner and lots of wine, Ebba again recounts the story of the avalanche, to the silent horror of Mats and Fanni. Tomas curls up with Harry to play a video game, and listens to Mats who insists that we are not ourselves in emergencies, naming the Estonia disaster as an example. Ebba says Tomas won't admit what he did. Tomas returns and again insists he has a different perspective. So Ebba fetches Tomas's phone and has the four of them watch the video of the incident. Tomas reluctantly agrees the footage showed someone running, but is silent when Mats speculates that Tomas was running away so that he could come back and dig out his family later. As Fanni and Mats leave, Fanni suggests that she would expect Mats to react in the same way as Tomas. Mats is irritated, and their relationship is changed for the rest of the trip. Tomas and Mats ride the ski lift in silence. They ski down fresh powder. Mats suggests Tomas try primal screaming, and Tomas does, screaming swear words into the Alps. Tomas later confesses to Ebba that he hates himself, his cowardice, his cheating in games with his kids, his unfaithfulness. He weeps as his children inside huddle and cry together, hearing their parents argue. On their final day, the family ascends in the ski lift silently. Ebba is concerned about the thick fog. Tomas says he will go first, then the children, then she can follow. Ebba gets lost in the fog, and Tomas briefly leaves the children alone to go rescue her, returning carrying her shortly after. He sets her down, grinning. As the family and their friends leave the resort by coach down the winding mountain road, Ebba decides the driver is incompetent and demands to be let off. Panic ensues, and Mats takes charge, insisting women and children get off first. Eventually, all exit the bus except for Ebba's friend, and the group descends the road on foot. Mats and Fanni are walking apart. Ebba asks Mats to carry Vera. A stranger offers Tomas a cigarette, and initially Tomas declines, but then accepts. Harry asks his father if he smokes — he has not during the entire vacation — and Tomas replies that he does. Cast [ edit] Johannes Bah Kuhnke as Tomas Lisa Loven Kongsli as Ebba Clara Wettergren as Vera Vincent Wettergren as Harry Kristofer Hivju as Mats Fanni Metelius  [ sv] as Fanni Production [ edit] Filming took place at the aux Arcs, a ski resort in Savoie, France. [3] Prior to entering film school, Ruben Östlund had created ski films, and wanted to use his knowledge and experience from that in a film concerned with existential issues. [4] Ruben Östlund attributed the inspiration for the film's key scenes to a few viral YouTube videos which he felt corroborated the plausible situation and emotions of the characters. The director reasoned that. someone captured an event or action or pang of emotion on camera and uploaded to the Internet, then it happened in real life. And it could happen in Force Majeure. 5] The scene where Ebba demands to be let off the bus is based on the YouTube viral video titled "Idiot Spanish bus driver almost kills students. 6] During the filming high aux Arcs, Sergey Glaziev 's sister became the only person to die of avalanche on piste in France between years 1997 and 2018. Her family also received around 10-fold compensation than the next highest compensation for a death from the French state. Reception [ edit] On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has a 93% approval rating, based on 143 reviews, with an average rating of 8/10. The site's critical consensus reads, Gleefully uncomfortable, Force Majeure is a relationship drama that's hard to watch — and just as difficult to ignore. 7] On Metacritic, the film has a score of 87 out of 100, based on 37 reviews, indicating "universal acclaim. 8] Awards [ edit] The film was selected to compete in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival [9] where it won the Jury Prize. [10] It was also screened in the Special Presentations section of the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival. [11] The film was nominated for the 2014 Nordic Council Film Prize. It was also selected as the Swedish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards, 12] making the early round of shortlist, but was not a nominee. [13] It was nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 72nd Golden Globe Awards. [14] It won the Best Film award, and was nominated in the categories Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Sound Editing, and Best Editing at the 50th Guldbagge Awards. [15] Remake [ edit] An English-language remake of the film starring Will Ferrell and Julia Louis-Dreyfus, titled Downhill is scheduled for a 2020 release. [16] See also [ edit] List of submissions to the 87th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film List of Swedish submissions for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film List of films featuring drones References [ edit] External links [ edit] Official website Force Majeure on IMDb Force Majeure at the Swedish Film Institute Database Force Majeure at Box Office Mojo Force Majeure at Rotten Tomatoes Force Majeure at Metacritic.


Lavinia stamps. Lavina lavina. Lafinancepourtous. Autisti. Lavina shaw. Lavinia fisher. Lavinia Fisher Born 1793 Charleston, South Carolina Died February 18, 1820 (aged 26–27) Old City Jail, Charleston, South Carolina Cause of death Execution Spouse(s) John Fisher Criminal penalty Death by hanging Details Country United States Lavinia Fisher (1793 – February 18, 1820) is reported by some legends to have been the first female serial killer in the United States of America. [1] Her origins are unknown; however, Fisher resided in the United States for much of her life. She was married to John Fisher, and both were convicted of highway robbery—a capital offense at the time—not murder. Historians have begun to question the veracity of the traditional legend and some assert that Lavinia Fisher never killed anyone. She was, however, an active member of a large gang of highwaymen who operated out of two houses in the backcountry near Charleston, the Five Mile House and the Six Mile House. It is not clear whether the Six Mile House was a hotel, but it served as a hideout for a number of outlaws. Residence [ edit] Fisher and her husband resided in Charleston, South Carolina for most of their lives. Together, they owned an inn, the Six Mile Wayfarer House, 2] which they managed in the early 19th century. The hotel was located six miles north of Charleston, hence the name. During the couple's time there, reports were made to the local sheriff about guests disappearing. Due to lack of evidence, and the popularity of the couple with many locals, these complaints came to nothing. Alleged crimes [ edit] Lavinia Fisher would invite lone travelers into the Six Mile Wayfarer House to dinner and ask them questions about their occupations, trying to determine if they had money. She would send them up to their rooms with a cup of poisoned tea. Once the men drank their tea and went to bed, her husband would go to the room to make sure they were dead by stabbing them. Another version of the legend was that the tea would only put the men to sleep for a few hours. Then, when they were almost asleep, Lavinia would pull a lever and the bed would collapse and drop the victim into a pit. [2] Some believed that there were spikes waiting at the bottom of the pit. Much of what actually occurred in the alleged murders at the hands of John and Lavinia Fisher has become wildly exaggerated through time, so factual details are hard to find. However, contemporary news accounts in the Charleston Post and Courier, claimed that a vigilante gang went to the Fishers' neighborhood in February 1819 to stop the purported 'gang activities' that were occurring there. Satisfied that they had accomplished their task, the group returned to Charleston, but left a young man by the name of David Ross to stand watch in the area. Early the next day, Ross was attacked by two men and dragged before the gang that had terrorized the region. Among them was Lavinia Fisher, to whom he looked for help. However, rather than help him, she choked him and then smashed his head through a window. Ross managed to escape and immediately alerted authorities. [3] Immediately following this incident, another traveler named John Peeples asked if there were any vacancies; Lavinia replied that there was unfortunately no room, but he was welcome to come inside and rest and have some tea. John happened to hate tea, and not wanting to seem rude, he dumped it when she wasn't looking. She interrogated him for hours and eventually said she discovered that in fact, they did have a room. He then went to bed. He had felt suspicious about the interrogation and was worried about being robbed, so he decided to sleep in the wooden chair by the door. In the middle of the night, he awoke to the loud sound of the bed collapsing and discovered the Fishers' plan. He jumped out the window and rode to Charleston to alert the authorities. Based on these two accounts, the assailants were finally identified by name, something that law enforcement had previously lacked. Police were immediately dispatched to the location and during the ensuing investigation Lavinia and John were located, along with two other gang members. John Fisher surrendered the group in an effort to protect his wife and shield her from possible gunfire. Later, during interrogation, he again attempted to protect Lavinia by giving the identities of all involved in the gang. Trial and execution [ edit] Nearly a full year elapsed between the time of their arrest and their execution. At their arraignment the Fishers pleaded not guilty but were ordered to be held in jail until their trial, which would take place in May, while their co-conspirators were released on bail. At their trial the jury rejected their pleas of innocence and found them guilty of highway robbery, a capital offense. However, the judge allowed an appeal and they were given a reprieve until the January session of the court. During this time the Fishers occupied themselves with plans to escape, as they were housed together at the Charleston, South Carolina jail (the "Old City Jail. 4] in a 6x8 cell and not heavily guarded. On September 13 they put their plans into action and began their escape. Things did not go as planned as the rope they had made from prison linens broke, leaving Lavinia trapped in the cell and John set free. He was unwilling to continue the escape plan and was recaptured. The two were then kept under much tighter security. The Constitutional court rejected their appeals and on February 4, 1820 both were sentenced to be hanged. [5] Awaiting execution, John accepted the counsel of the Reverend Richard Furman, a local minister, but Lavinia became even more vitriolic. On the gallows in front of the Old City Jail before John Fisher's execution, Rev. Furman read aloud a letter John had composed, which stated that since he had become a Christian he could not be executed with a lie held to his account. Therefore, he insisted on his innocence and asked mercy on those who had done him wrong in the judicial process. After the minister read the letter, Fisher then began to plead his case before the gathered crowd of some 2, 000. He then seemingly contradicted himself by asking for their forgiveness. Believing that she would be pardoned up until the moment she was hanged, Lavinia, according to legend, used her last breath to scream, If any of you have a message for the devil tell me now, for I shall be seeing him shortly. Her ghost is believed by some to haunt the Old Charleston Jail House, and tourists still claim sightings of her ghostly apparition. Burial [ edit] Lavinia was buried in a potter's field near the Old City Jail. citation needed] Claims of her burial at 150 Meeting Street (The Circular Congregational Church) or at 4 Archdale Street (The Unitarian Church) appear to have been fictions promoted by tour guides. citation needed] In popular culture [ edit] Lavinia Fisher is prominently featured in the American Murder Song project from Terrance Zdunich and Saar Hendelman. The story of Lavinia Fisher is told in the episode "Aftershocks" of the folklore podcast Lore by Aaron Mahnke She is mentioned on the last episode of the season 5 of "Ghost Adventures" She is mentioned in the "Old City Jail" episode of the online web-series "Buzzfeed Unsolved" See also [ edit] List of serial killers in the United States References [ edit] Mary Surratt was the first woman publicly executed in the United States, for her role in the Lincoln Assassination. There is no verifiable proof Lavinia Fisher existed. Petro, Pamela (2002. Sitting Up With the Dead: A Storied Journey Through the American South. New York, New York: Arcade Books. p. 205. ISBN   1-55970-612-0. ^ a b Mendoza, Patrick (1999. Extraordinary people in extraordinary times: heroes, sheroes, and villains. Libraries Unlimited. pp.  93–96. ISBN   1-56308-611-5. ^ Hendrix, Pat (2006. Murder and Mayhem in the Holy City. Charleston, South Carolina: The History Press. p. 29. ISBN   1-59629-162-1. ^ Hendrix, Pat; Hendrix, Toni; Spires, Heather; Corbett, Judy (2006. The History Press. p. 27. ISBN   1-59629-162-1. ^ Phillips, G. (January 17, 2002. Charlestons Past. The Post and Courier. Charleston, SC. p. 2ZB. Retrieved 2011-03-06.


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