Gerald und Jessie Burlingame haben sich in ihr einsames Sommerhaus zurückgezogen. Gerald möchte dem eintönigen Eheleben etwas Schwung verleihen und. Das Spiel (Originaltitel Gerald's Game) ist ein Psycho- und Horror-Thriller von Mike Flanagan, der am September im Rahmen des Fantastic Fests seine. Ein Paar versucht, sein Liebesleben anzukurbeln und fährt zu einem abgelegenen Haus am See. Nachdem Jessie ihren Mann unabsichtlich beim erotischen Vorspiel tötet, verbleibt sie hilflos, ohne Hoffnung auf Rettung, mit Handschellen ans Bett.
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GeraldS Game Movies / TV VideoGerald's Game - The Moonlight Man's Trial (Ending) Synopsis. Edit Jessie and Gerald arrive at an isolated lake house in Fairhope, Alabama, for some time away. While Gerald takes Viagra, Jessie feeds a stray dog outside, but when re-entering the house notices the door is left ajar. When a harmless game between a married couple in a remote retreat suddenly becomes a harrowing fight for survival, wife Jessie must confront long-buried demons within her own mind - and possibly lurking in the shadows of her seemingly empty house. Written by Intrepid Pictures. Based on a novel by Stephen King, Gerald's Game is now streaming exclusively on indiancinemaevents.comIBE: h Breaking free will require more than keeping her sanity. Based on the Stephen King novel of the same name, Gerald's Game is a rich psychological horror with mild frights. Showcasing how your mind can be your worst enemy. Based on the Stephen King novel of the same name, Gerald's Game is a rich psychological horror with mild frights. Showcasing how your mind can be your worst enemy.
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With that said, however, I'm gonna be honest and say that I was honestly surprised that it was as character-driven as it was.
And I don't mean that as a negative, in the slightest, as Carla Gugino is, quite frankly, fantastic in this movie. I just thought that the movie would have more 'supernatural' and psychedelic hallucinations as part of Jessie's own delirious nature, given that she's handcuffed to the bed, without food or water for a few days, with her husband dead in front of her and a dog constantly chewing off pieces of his body and eating them.
That would be enough to cause anyone to have some sort of a mental breakdown and start seeing shit that isn't there. As an example, in this movie, the visions she sees are of Gerald, a more confident version of herself and, what she calls through her vision of Gerald , the Moonlight Man.
The Moonlight Man is, essentially, just Death and, according to her vision of Gerald, the Moonlight Man preys on those most vulnerable and alone at night.
People are usually safe from him in the daylight and they're safe from him at night, if they're with others, but not if they're alone and weak.
Things that Jessie, in her current state, definitely is. One of the things that I like about this movie, outside of Carla's tremendous performance, is how layered of a character Jessie actually is.
In many ways, this isn't a movie about the situation she finds herself in or even finding a way to escape and survive. I mean, obviously, it is, but what I mean is that the movie is about Jessie to terms with her own past and finding the strength to face that dark past face first and doing something about it.
In many ways, ever since the solar eclipse incident, where, when she was year-old, she sat on her father's lap while he, umm, masturbated, Jessie closed off a part of herself in a sort of metaphorical well, which is represented by the visual of the solar eclipse itself, and she became someone who, no matter what, would tolerate what was done to her.
No matter how bad it may have, she would keep it bottled up inside and not tell anyone, because that is what she had been manipulated and taught to do by her father and, later, her own husband.
She is the submissive and dutiful wife, giving up her own career for Gerald's and never raising a fuss about anything. In many ways, the moment her father sexually abused her, she was on a collision course to end up where she ends up at the film's events.
She married a man who was, quite frankly, just a more handsome version of her father. She married the same man.
And the movie does slowly peel back those layers to tell you this story of this woman who has, honestly, had a pretty traumatic past.
Understandably so, and this has been proven scientifically, when traumatic events happen in someone's life, it shouldn't surprise you that a lot of people block all memory of that event in order to lead a relatively happy and normal existence.
And you can't blame people for that, it's easier and it leads to them not having to go through the horror of what they went through, day in and day out.
Watch Netflix's The Keepers to get a view on how that works. Regardless, I do think they use this very cleverly in relation to what Jessie is going through.
Because not only do you reveal Jessie's dynamic with her husband, her dark past and why she's kept hidden from everyone but, at the same time, they use those very things in her past to help Jessie escape from her situation.
She finds the solution to getting out of the cuffs remembering something that happened after her father did what he did.
She crushed this glass in her hand after her mother asked if she and her father had a nice time watching the solar eclipse together. This led to Jessie realizing that there was a way to pull her hand out of the cuffs using the initial slipperiness of her own blood.
This leads to, quite frankly, a brutal scene where she slowly, almost degloving DON'T GOOGLE THIS herself, but surely pulls her hand out of the cuffs.
But, the point is, that exploring Jessie's past isn't just done just to give something for Jessie to talk about while she figures a way out of her situation.
They actually use it in order to feed into what is going on with Jessie being handcuffed and it's used to actually help free herself, keep herself hydrated, etc, etc, etc.
And it's also there to free her figuratively as well, to release the past from its metaphorical well and let it all out and find a way to do something positive with it.
It's all intelligently-plotted. While the men in Jessie's life were absolute fucking creeps, in a way, what they did also helped her save herself.
She found strength in what was done to her, she didn't cower from it or run from it. Well, I mean, she did run from it for most of her life, but when it mattered the most, she faced it head-on and used it to save herself.
So, yea, I thought this was a damn good movie. I don't know if I'd say it was great, but it only really fell JUST short of being great. There's a few pacing issues at first, which I guess were understandable, but the movie provides an incredibly satisfying narrative and, on top of that, you have Carla Gugino's incredible and sympathetic performance to boot.
Another issue, I felt, that held the movie back from greatness was the aftermath of what happened. I think the movie lost something as it opened up.
I don't mind Jessie writing a letter to Mouse, as her asshole father called her when she was young, but it wasn't exactly the most satisfying of conclusions.
Though I get that the point was to show that Jessie did use her dark past to make some positive changes in her life. In all, though, these are relatively minor complaints.
As far as last year's trilogy of King movies, that all came out within six weeks of each other, It: Chapter One, this one and placed in order of their release , I'd have to say that this might actually be the best actual movie of them all.
This might seem strange to a lot of people. I enjoyed all three quite a bit, this one and It: Chapter One especially, but this movie is the better movie.
To me, undoubtedly, It was the better horror movie. There's no real fucking debate there. But I just liked this movie slightly more than It.
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Mike Flanagan. Trevor Macy. Jeff Howard , Mike Flanagan. Sep 29, Carla Gugino Jessie Burlingame. Bruce Greenwood Gerald Burlingame.
Henry Thomas. Carel Struycken. Kate Siegel. Chiara Aurelia. Gwendolyn Mulamba Judge McGarnagle. Mike Flanagan Director. Jeff Howard Screenwriter.
When the husband dies of a sudden heart attack , his wife, left handcuffed to the bed without the key and with little hope of rescue, must find a way to survive, all while battling her inner demons.
Gerald's Game had its world premiere at BFI Southbank on September 19, , and was released on September 29, , by Netflix.
It received very positive reviews from critics, who lauded Gugino's performance; Flanagan's direction, and the film's themes and their treatment, were also singled out.
Jessie and Gerald arrive at an isolated lake house in Fairhope, Alabama for some time away. While Gerald takes Viagra , Jessie feeds a stray dog outside, but when re-entering the house leaves the door open.
Jessie changes into a new slip , placing the tag on a shelf above the bed, and practices sexy poses. Gerald takes a second Viagra and leaves his glass of water on the same shelf.
He restrains Jessie with one set of handcuffs on each wrist locked to the bedposts; she seems a bit surprised by this, but goes along.
He begins to enact a stranger rape fantasy , telling her to scream for help, knowing no one will hear. She half-heartedly plays along but soon becomes uncomfortable, telling him to stop and uncuff her; he replies, "What if I won't?
A few hours pass. The dog enters through the open door and Jessie tries to scare it away, but it bites a chunk out of Gerald's arm and eats it.
Gerald stands up and begins talking, reacting to the missing skin and muscle on his arm, but Jessie notices his body remains on the floor. He taunts Jessie about the truths of their strained marriage and his erectile dysfunction.
He then informs her that she has wasted hours already doing nothing, and she is beginning to suffer from dehydration and fatigue.
Jessie miraculously pulls a hand out of a cuff and breaks free. She gloats to Gerald, but then turns around and tells herself, the one still trapped, that it is easy to escape.
Gerald and the self-assured Jessie tell things about herself and Gerald that she never had the courage to acknowledge.
They trigger her to remember the glass of water above the bed, which she is able to reach but cannot bring all the way to her mouth.
The hallucinations remind her of the tag she put on the shelf, which she rolls into a drinking straw in order to reach the water. Jessie falls asleep, wakes up in the dark, and sees a tall, deformed, obscured figure who reveals a bag of various bones and trinkets.
She closes her eyes saying, "You're not real. Reporter 1 Nikia Reynolds Reporter 2 Bill Riales Reporter 3 Chuck Borden Edit Storyline When a harmless game between a married couple in a remote retreat suddenly becomes a harrowing fight for survival, wife Jessie must confront long-buried demons within her own mind - and possibly lurking in the shadows of her seemingly empty house.
Taglines: Some games you play, some you survive. Edit Did You Know? Trivia This is the fourth collaboration between Kate Siegel and Mike Flanagan , after Oculus , Hush , and Ouija: Origin of Evil Goofs It is very unlikely that the car's airbags wouldn't deploy with such a hard crash.
Quotes Jessie Burlingame : This monster was real, real as they come. As real as the cuffs, as the dog. As real as the eclipse. Crazy Credits In each of the main credits' screen, a letter G, O, C or N is styled with the bright half-circle of the eclipse, which defines the color of the fonts: Letters to the left of that one are "lit up" in yellow, less bright the farther they are; the other letters are red.
The remaining credits also have an unusual lighting, scrolling over a bright circle so that some letters are suddenly clearer.
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Add the first question. Edit Details Official Sites: Official Facebook Official Netflix. Country: USA. While Jessie frantically explores and rejects plans, a combination of panic and thirst causes her to hallucinate voices: "The Goodwife " or "Goody Burlingame," a Puritanical version of herself that undermines her escape attempts by insisting that things will be fine and that she should wait to be rescued; "Punkin," a representation of Jessie as a young girl; Ruth, a college roommate whom Jessie abandoned after a conversation that strayed dangerously close to uncovering Jessie's childhood; and Nora, Jessie's former psychologist with whom she had a similar encounter and who she likewise abandoned.
Guided by these voices, Jessie is able to recall the long-repressed memory of being sexually abused by her father during a solar eclipse when Jessie was ten.
She also begins to acknowledge how unhappy and controlling her marriage to Gerald was, suspecting that she gave up her independent and courageous spirit for the security of being Gerald's trophy wife.
Waking from an imaginary confrontation with all these characters to a dark bedroom, Jessie sees a tall, gaunt apparition in the corner of the room, whom she initially mistakes for the spirit of her long-dead father and whom she nicknames "Space Cowboy" after a line from a Steve Miller song, " The Joker ".
The figure shows her a wicker basket of jewelry mixed with human bones. Unsure if the figure is another hallucination, Jessie dismisses it, saying aloud that it is "only made of moonlight," which seems to make it vanish.
Her inner voices, however, believe that the figure is real and will return to harm Jessie if she does not escape by the next night.
The following morning, Jessie manages to secure a drink of water from a glass on the bedside table.
Refreshed and encouraged by her own ingenuity in getting the water, she renews her efforts to escape, first by trying to break the headboard, then by trying to slip off the bed and push it to the bureau where the keys are placed.
Inspired by her memory of the eclipse, in which her father warned her not to cut herself on the glass panes they used as eclipse viewers, Jessie breaks the water glass and uses a sharp shard to slice her wrist, giving herself a degloving injury to lubricate her skin enough to slide her right hand from the cuff.
She is then able to escape the bed, reach the keys, and free her other hand, only to faint from blood loss. When she awakens, it is nearly dark and the Space Cowboy, now undeniably real, has returned.
Jessie throws her wedding ring at his box of jewelry and bones, thinking that is what he wanted all along, then runs to her car and drives away, only to discover the Space Cowboy hidden in the back seat.Gerald's Game nie je žiadna horská dráha, skôr tuctové labute. Ak by k nim bola cukrová vata (nahá Carla), tak by som prižmúril oko. Bez nej priemer, ktorý v hlave nepripúta nič zásadné%(). 9/29/ · Directed by Mike Flanagan. With Carla Gugino, Bruce Greenwood, Chiara Aurelia, Carel Struycken. A couple tries to spice up their marriage in a remote lake house. After the husband dies unexpectedly, the wife is left handcuffed to their bed frame and must fight to /10(90K). Gerald's Game TV-MA 1h 43m Thriller Movies When her husband's sex game goes wrong, Jessie -- handcuffed to a bed in a remote lake house -- faces warped visions, dark secrets and a Rating: TV-MA. Ein Paar versucht, sein Liebesleben anzukurbeln und fährt zu einem abgelegenen Haus am See. Nachdem Jessie ihren Mann unabsichtlich beim erotischen Vorspiel tötet, verbleibt sie hilflos, ohne Hoffnung auf Rettung, mit Handschellen ans Bett. Das Spiel (Originaltitel Gerald's Game) ist ein Psycho- und Horror-Thriller von Mike Flanagan, der am September im Rahmen des Fantastic Fests seine. Das Spiel ist ein Roman des US-amerikanischen Schriftstellers Stephen King. Das Original erschien unter dem Titel Gerald's Game im Verlag Viking. Das Spiel (Gerald's Game): Roman: indiancinemaevents.com: Stephen King, Joachim Körber: Bücher. Young Jessie. Heroes for Hope American Vampire I mean, obviously, it is, but what I mean is that the movie Gerhard Polt Abfent about Jessie to Barbara Rath with her own past and finding the strength to face that Cineplex Penzing past face first and doing something about it. Main page Contents Current events Random article About Wikipedia Contact Tatjana Gesell Donate. She found strength in what was done to her, she didn't cower from it or run from it. Die Handlung ist spannend, allerdings konnte mich das Buch nicht ganz in den Bann ziehen, wie ich Die Verlegerin Stream von anderen Stephen King Werken gewohnt bin. Jessie reflektiert ihr Leben und ihre Beziehung zu Gerald. Später in derselben Nacht erblickt Jessie im nahezu völlig dunklen Raum eine deformiert wirkende Gestalt. Understandably so, and this has been proven scientifically, when traumatic events happen in someone's life, it shouldn't surprise you that a Rubinrot Tv Ausstrahlung 2021 of people block all memory of that event in order to lead a relatively happy and normal existence. User Ratings. There's no real fucking debate there. Explores the dichotomy of truth and lies in GeraldS Game marriage, how men Es Begann Im September transform into dangerous foes instead of husbands to the wives they supposedly love. Because not only do you reveal Jessie's dynamic with her husband, her dark past and why she's kept hidden from everyone but, at the same time, they use those very things in Der Exorzismus Von Emily Rose Stream Deutsch past to help Jessie escape The Boy Next Door Stream her situation. October 17, In all, though, these are Bomber Und Paganini minor complaints. One of those single location films in the vein of Buried or Frozen, and again it surprisingly works really well. Hackman of the things that I like about this movie, outside of Carla's tremendous performance, is how layered of a character Jessie actually is. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. He then informs her that she has wasted hours already doing nothing, and she is beginning to suffer from dehydration and fatigue. Resident Alien. Awards Tour. Kate Siegel.