Die Jagd nach Osama bin Laden hielt die Welt mehr als ein Jahrzehnt lang in Atem. Am Ende spürte ein kleines Team von CIA und Navy. Schauspiel. Jessica Chastain. Maya | Fans. Im Zentrum der Geschichte steht die leitende Ermittlerin Maya. Details; Besetzung; Wiederholungen.
Zero Dark ThirtyDie Jagd nach Osama bin Laden hielt die Welt mehr als ein Jahrzehnt lang in Atem. Am Ende spürte ein kleines Team von CIA und Navy. Die junge CIA-Agentin Maya soll zwei Jahre nach den Anschlägen vom September die Suche nach Al-Qaida-Führer Osama bin Laden vorantreiben. Ihr Auftrag führt sie nach Pakistan, Saudi-Arabien und Afghanistan. Gefangenen werden durch Folter. Von Oscarpreisträgerin Kathyrn Bigelow meisterlich inszeniertes Drama über die lange, von Fehlschlägen gezeichnete Jagd auf Al-Qaida-Führer Osama bin.
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How did you buy your ticket? View All Photos Movie Info. Following the terrorist attacks of Sept. The worldwide manhunt for the terrorist leader occupies the resources and attention of two U.
Ultimately, it is the work of a dedicated female operative Jessica Chastain that proves instrumental in finally locating bin Laden.
In May , Navy SEALs launch a nighttime strike, killing bin Laden in his compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. Kathryn Bigelow.
Mark Boal , Kathryn Bigelow , Megan Ellison. Mark Boal. Sep 7, Mark Boal, Annapurna Pictures, First Light Production. Datasat, SDDS, Dolby Digital.
Jessica Chastain Maya. Jason Clarke Dan. Joel Edgerton Patrick. Jennifer Ehle Jessica. Mark Strong George. Kyle Chandler Joseph Bradley. Chris Pratt Justin.
Reda Kateb Ammar. James Gandolfini CIA Director. Folter wurde allerdings, wie wir alle wissen, in den ersten Jahren der Jagd eingesetzt.
Die Verwandten von Betty Ong, einer Flugbegleiterin, deren Flugzeug am September durch Al-Qaida-Terroristen entführt worden war, behaupteten, dass ohne Genehmigung eine Stimmaufnahme Ongs im Film verwendet worden war.
Mary und Frank Fetchet, die Eltern von Brad Fetchet, der vom World Trade Center aus telefoniert hatte, kritisierten die Filmemacher dafür, dass genehmigungslos die Stimme ihres Sohnes verwendet worden war.
Zero Dark Thirty fesselt und verstört zugleich — auch dank der Hauptdarstellerin Jessica Chastain, die uns in die paranoide Welt einer CIA-Agentin entführt.
Kathryn Bigelow und Autor Mark Boal zerfransen die Jagd nach Osama bin Laden in eine Vielzahl von moralisch höchst ambivalenten Subprozessen und zeigen welch dreckiger Job es ist zu versuchen die Sicherheit von Nationen zu wahren.
Gleichzeitig hinterfragt der Film indirekt die Sinnhaftigkeit der Operation und wirft gerade durch seine neutrale Position unglaublich viele Fragen auf.
Michael Kienzl von critic. Es gibt bei Bigelow keine Glorifizierung des US-Kampfes: Die Folter, die Gewalt, die Aggression im Einsatz zur Verteidigung des eigenen Lebens und letztlich zur Erfassung Bin Ladens, sie zerstört Verfolger und Verfolgte.
Nicht alle Teile der jahrelangen Fahndung sind gleich spannend, und wer einmal nicht aufpasst, droht in der komplexen Geschichte den Faden zu verlieren.
Das Drama wurde in fünf Kategorien für den Oscar nominiert: Bester Film , Beste Hauptdarstellerin , Bestes Originaldrehbuch , Bester Tonschnitt und Bester Schnitt , wovon er letztlich zusammen mit dem Spielfilm Skyfall in der Kategorie Bester Tonschnitt gewann.
Darüber hinaus wurde der Film bei zahlreichen anderen Preisen nominiert und teilweise ausgezeichnet.
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It was the site's best-reviewed film of New York Times critic Manohla Dargis , who designated the film a New York Times critics' pick, said that the film "shows the dark side of that war.
It shows the unspeakable and lets us decide if the death of Bin Laden was worth the price we paid. Richard Corliss 's review in Time magazine called it "a fine" movie and "a police procedural on the grand scale", saying it "blows Argo out of the water".
Scott of The New York Times listed the film at number six of the top 10 films of The New Yorker film critic David Denby lauded the filmmakers for their approach.
Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film three stars out of four. Zero Dark Thirty was listed on many critics' top ten lists.
According to Metacritic the film appeared on 95 critics' top ten lists of , 17 of which placed the film at 1. In , Zero Dark Thirty was voted the 57th greatest film to be released since in a critics' poll conducted by the BBC.
Zero Dark Thirty was nominated for five Academy Awards at the 85th Academy Awards : Best Picture , Best Actress , Best Original Screenplay , Best Sound Editing and Best Film Editing.
Paul N. Ottosson won the Academy Award for Best Sound Editing, tying with Skyfall. This was only the sixth tie in Academy Awards history, and the first since Zero Dark Thirty was nominated for four Golden Globe Awards at the 70th Golden Globe Awards , including Best Motion Picture — Drama , Best Director , Best Screenplay , with Chastain winning Best Actress — Motion Picture Drama.
The Washington D. Area Film Critics Association 's award for Best Director was given to Bigelow, the second time the honor has gone to a woman the first also being Bigelow for The Hurt Locker.
The film swept critics groups' awards for Best Director and Best Picture including the Washington D. Zero Dark Thirty was released on DVD  and Blu-ray Disc on March 19, Writer Boal has stated his interest in making the original film on the Tora Bora hunt for bin Laden that he and Bigelow conceived.
That finished screenplay had been set aside after bin Laden was killed in to focus on what became Zero Dark Thirty. Zero Dark Thirty has received criticism for historical inaccuracy.
Former Assistant Secretary of Defense Graham T. Allison has opined that the film is inaccurate in three important regards: the overstatement of the positive role of enhanced interrogation methods, the understatement of the role of the Obama administration, and the portrayal of the efforts as being driven by one agent battling against the CIA "system".
Steve Coll criticized the early depictions in the film that portrayed it as "journalism" with the use of composite characters.
He took issue with the film's using the names of historical figures and details of their lives for characters, such as using details for "Ammar" to suggest that he was Ali Abdul Aziz Ali , whose nom de guerre was Ammar al-Baluchi.
Coll said the facts about him were different from what was portrayed in the film, which suggests the detainee will never leave the black site.
Al-Baluchi was transferred to Guantanamo in for a military tribunal. The film was criticized for its factual inaccuracies and its stereotypical portrayal of Pakistan, with dismay being expressed at the botched depiction of, among other things, languages Pakistani nationals speak Arabic instead of Urdu and other regional languages and the obsolete headgear they wear.
Partisan political controversy arose related to the film before shooting began. The film's screenwriter added, "the president is not depicted in the movie.
He's just not in the movie. The distributor Columbia Pictures, sensitive to political perceptions, considered rescheduling the film release for as late as early It set a limited-release date for December 19, , well after the election and rendering moot any alleged political conflict.
Cohen disagreed with Steve Coll's critique of the screenwriter's stated effort not to "play fast and loose with history", writing that "Boal has honored those words".
Cohen ended with a note about a Timothy Garton Ash analysis of George Orwell mixing fact and "invented" stories in Down and Out in Paris and London — as further support for Boal's method.
Several Republican sources charged the Obama Administration of improperly providing Bigelow and her team access to classified information during their research for the film.
These charges, along with charges of other leaks to the media, became a prevalent election season talking point by conservatives. The Republican national convention party platform even claimed Obama "has tolerated publicizing the details of the operation to kill the leader of Al Qaeda.
The Republican congressman Peter T. King requested that the CIA and the U. Defense Department investigate if classified information was inappropriately released; both departments said they would look into it.
The conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch publicized CIA and U. Defense Department documents obtained through a Freedom of Information Act FOIA request, and alleged that "unusual access to agency information" was granted to the filmmakers.
An examination of the documents showed no evidence that classified information was leaked to the filmmakers. In addition, CIA records did not show any involvement by the White House in relation to the filmmakers.
Judicial Watch also found emails containing information on five CIA and military operatives that were involved in the Bin Laden operations.
These emails were provided to the filmmakers, as was later confirmed by the Obama Administration in a sworn declaration.
In January , Reuters reported that the United States Senate Select Committee on Intelligence would review the contacts between the CIA and the filmmakers to find out whether Bigelow and Boal had inappropriate access to classified information.
In June , information came out about an unreleased U. Defense Department Inspector General 's office report. It stated that in June , while giving a speech at a CIA Headquarters event honoring the people involved in the Osama Bin Laden raid, CIA Director Leon Panetta disclosed information classified as "Secret" and "Top Secret" regarding personnel involved in the raid on the Bin Laden compound.
Panetta also revealed DoD information during his speech that was classified as "Top Secret. The film has been both criticized and praised for its handling of subject matter, including the portrayal of the harsh " enhanced interrogation techniques ", commonly classified as torture.
The use of these techniques was long kept secret by the Bush administration. See Torture Memos , The Torture Report. Glenn Greenwald , in The Guardian , stated that the film takes a pro-torture stance, describing it as "pernicious propaganda" and stating that it "presents torture as its CIA proponents and administrators see it: as a dirty, ugly business that is necessary to protect America.
Journalist Michael Wolff slammed the film as a "nasty piece of pulp and propaganda" and Bigelow as a "fetishist and sadist" for distorting history with a pro-torture viewpoint.
Wolff disputed the efficacy of torture and the claim that it contributed to the discovery of bin Laden. Wolf likened Bigelow to the acclaimed director and propagandist for the Nazi regime Leni Riefenstahl , saying: "Like Riefenstahl, you are a great artist.
But now you will be remembered forever as torture's handmaiden. Greenberg wrote that "Bigelow has bought in, hook, line, and sinker, to the ethos of the Bush administration and its apologists" and called the film "the perfect piece of propaganda, with all the appeal that naked brutality, fear, and revenge can bring".
Jane Mayer of The New Yorker , who has published The Dark Side , a book about the use of torture during the Bush administration, criticized the film, saying that Bigelow was.
Most students of this subject admit that torture can lead to the truth. Journalist Steve Coll , who has written on foreign policy, national security and the bin Laden family, criticized the filmmakers for saying the film was "journalistic", which implies that it is based in fact.
At the same time, they claimed artistic license , which he described "as an excuse for shoddy reporting about a subject as important as whether torture had a vital part in the search for bin Laden".
In a speech in the Senate, he said, "Not only did the use of enhanced interrogation techniques on Khalid Sheikh Mohammed not provide us with key leads on bin Laden's courier, Abu Ahmed, it actually produced false and misleading information.
You have a social and moral obligation to get the facts right. Michael Morell , the CIA's acting director, sent a public letter on December 21, to the agency's employees, which said that Zero Dark Thirty.
That impression is false. Some came from detainees subjected to enhanced techniques, but there were many other sources as well.
And, importantly, whether enhanced interrogation techniques were the only timely and effective way to obtain information from those detainees, as the film suggests, is a matter of debate that cannot and never will be definitively resolved.
The Huffington Post writer G. Roger Denson countered this, saying that the filmmakers were being made scapegoats for information openly admitted by government and intelligence officials.
Denson said that Leon Panetta , three days after Osama bin Laden's death, seemed to say that waterboarding was a means of extracting reliable and crucial information in the hunt for bin Laden.
Panetta said waterboarding was among the techniques used. National security reporter Spencer Ackerman said the film "does not present torture as a silver bullet that led to bin Laden; it presents torture as the ignorant alternative to that silver bullet".
It is an exposure of torture. It removes any doubt that war criminals ran this country for seven years". Screenwriter Boal described the pro-torture accusations as "preposterous", stating that "it's just misreading the film to say that it shows torture leading to the information about bin Laden", while director Bigelow added: "Do I wish [torture] was not part of that history?
But it was. Do I think that Feinstein used the movie as a publicity tool to get a conversation going about her report? I believe it, He also said the senators' letter showed they were still concerned about public opinion supporting the effectiveness of torture and didn't want the movie reinforcing that.
Boal said, though, "I don't think that [effectiveness] issue has really been resolved" if there is a suspect with possible knowledge of imminent attack who will not talk.
In an interview with Time magazine, Bigelow said: "I'm proud of the movie, and I stand behind it completely. I think that it's a deeply moral movie that questions the use of force.
It questions what was done in the name of finding bin Laden. An extensive clip of the phone call to headquarters from Betty Ong , a flight attendant on one of the hijacked American Airlines planes, was used in the beginning of the film without attribution.
Her family also asked that the film's U. Mary and Frank Fetchet, parents of Brad Fetchet, who worked on the 89th floor of the World Trade Center's south tower, criticized the filmmakers for using a recording of their son's voicemail without permission.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the film. For other uses, see Zero Dark Thirty disambiguation. North American theatrical release poster.
Kathryn Bigelow Mark Boal Megan Ellison. Jessica Chastain Jason Clarke Joel Edgerton. Dylan Tichenor William Goldenberg.
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Possibly based on real operator, Robert O'Neill. Possibly based on real operator Mark Owen, author of No Easy Day. Stephen Dillane as National Security Advisor Tom Donilon Mark Valley as C pilot John Schwab as Deputy National Security Advisor Reda Kateb as Ammar , a terrorist who is tortured for information Homayoun Ershadi as Hassan Ghul Yoav Levi as Abu Farraj al-Libbi Ricky Sekhon as Osama bin Laden , leader and founder of Al Qaeda.
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