Coherence 2013 Inhaltsangabe & Details
Em, Kevin, Mike, Beth, Amir, Laurie, Hugh und Lee haben sich seit einer ganzen Weile nicht gesehen. Die alten Bekannten versprechen sich folglich viel von dem gemeinsamen Abend. Sogar ein Komet zieht seine Bahn über dem Haus, in dem die acht. Coherence – Nichts ist Zufall (Originaltitel: Coherence) ist ein US-amerikanischer Science-Fiction-Film des Regisseurs James Ward Byrkit aus dem Jahr hemonitor.co - Kaufen Sie Coherence - Nichts ist Zufall / Coherence () () günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden. Coherence ein Film von James Ward Byrkit mit Nicholas Brendon, Hugo Armstrong. Inhaltsangabe: Acht Freunde (unter anderem Emily. Astrologische Anomalien und acht Freunde beim Abendessen von James Ward Byrkit. - Alle Infos zum Film 'Coherence'. Ein Film von James Ward Byrkit. In.
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Edit Storyline On the night of an astronomical anomaly, eight friends at a dinner party experience a troubling chain of reality bending events.
Taglines: Do you know your friends? Do you know what's real? Do you know yourself? Edit Did You Know? Trivia The story took a year to write.
Goofs at around 7 mins Right after Hugh asks everyone at the table about their phone reception but before he starts talking about the comet from the s there is a brief shot of Lee saying something.
Amir is presently dating Laurie. Mike has had a history of drinking problem, which he has overcome. Mike and Beth have had an affair 12 years ago.
Everyone but Hugh knows about this. Beth says she has these drops which is a concoction of her own. No one has signal on their mobile phones and there is no internet at home.
Hugh mentions that his phone too shattered spontaneously a while ago. A powercut happens. This powercut is important. It triggers a whole series of events.
Mike gets his glow sticks. There are three boxes with three colours — blue, green, red. They open the box with the blue glow sticks and grab one each.
They step out to notice there is no power anywhere except for one house. They also look up in the sky to see the comet and get back in. The passing comet has caused infinite realities to intertwine.
There is a dark zone in the middle. Any person crossing this zone will enter a different reality. Hugh mentions that his brother asks him to call if anything strange happens as the comet passes over.
No one has phones. The two of them leave. Since they cross over the dark zone, they leave their reality and go away into another reality.
Emily Prime explains that this comet Comet a lot closer this time. The previous time it passed over the Earth, it was much further away and there were no noted strange events the last time.
She also talks about the Tunguska Event — when a meteoroid entered atmosphere over Siberia. The explosion caused trees to get flattened over sq km but there were no human casualties.
Suddenly, they hear heavy knocking on the side door. There is no one at the door. The power returns — Mike gets the generator running. Bell rings.
Hugh and Amir are back. Hugh has a cut on his head. They come with box that they have picked up from the other house.
Mike has a similar box so he tries to use his key to open it, it opens. They find a Table Tennis bat and pictures of all of them with numbers behind their pictures.
The Hugh and Amir that have come back are from another reality, they are not the same as the ones who left. At the other house, Hugh claims to have seen the same house with 6 except for himself and Amir of them having dinner.
At that house, Hugh goes around to the side door and knocks. But the rest of the group says they heard a knocking on their side door.
The rest feel Amir and Hugh lost their way, circled back to their own house and knocked on the side door. Hugh disagrees. He says he walked two blocks straight down.
Just as the original Hugh and Amir leave, another Hugh and Amir from a different reality show up outside, knock, see the people in the house, get scared and leave.
Hugh wants to go back to the other house, see if anyone answers and if not leave a note. Someone is on their front door.
The big guys leaves. Mike opens the door to find a note at their door. A 4th set of Hugh and Alex have come from a different reality and left the note at the door and returned.
Again, this Hugh and Alex we are never shown. The group sits down and tries to make sense of the numbers.
Emily Prime writes down their names and corresponding numbers on a paper. Amir notes that his pic is from tonight.
He has bought the sweater from the pic today. Emily Prime feels that the numbers behind the pics are her handwriting. Mike suggests all of them should go to the other house to check if their doubles are there.
He sees Lee. They sneak out. On the other side of the road, they see their doubles, with red glow sticks. Both groups panic and run in different directions.
Now Mike, Emily Prime, Laurie and Kevin return to a house — this house is different from the one they started off from.
This Lee, Amir, Hugh and Beth are a different set from the one they left. This is now the second house second reality we are shown from the inside.
Also, Lee and Beth have never left the house, they belong to this second house. Hugh and Amir are the 5th set we are seeing right now.
The group talks about the weird dark zone they pass. Lee is sleeping. They come back with the book. The book is about quantum physics titled Gravitation : an introduction to current research.
Regular physics would say the cat is either alive or dead. Quantum physics says that the cat would be alive and dead.
Both realities exist simultaneously until the box is opened. So technically the house and the people are like the cat.
Their state of existence is in multiple realities, until the comet passes. They even bring up a reference to the movie Sliding Doors.
Bottom line is that each of these realities have done something slightly different from each other. Eg: while one group opened the blue glow sticks, the other one opened the red one.
Mike goes nuts, wants to go over to the other house and kill the doubles. He feels he will die when the collapse of realities happens.
So far they think there are only 2 houses and 2 sets of them but in reality there are infinite. Lee is taking a nap in this house. This means Beth is napping in the other house.
Since Beth brings up the topic of the book, the other reality may not have the book yet. So by taking away their book, this whole situation can be avoided in the other house.
While this conversation seems to make sense in the context of just two realities, it makes no sense in the present context of the infinite realities.
They consider stealing the physics notes from the other Hugh's car. Mike goes to blackmail the other house's Mike, to prevent them from getting the lecture notes.
It's revealed that Hugh and Amir are from the house with red glow sticks. They take the box and go back to the other house, then the Hugh and Amir with blue glow sticks return.
They explain that they found two notes at the other house too. They realize that there are more than just two realities, and they switch from one house to another when they go outside and walk through a dark area.
Outside, they hear someone smash Hugh's car window, and they go out to investigate. While outside, Emily has a sweet conversation with her husband, before realizing she's talking to a Kevin from a different reality, then she goes back inside.
The group decides to put a random marker in front of their house. As the marker, they leave a random object and photos of themselves in a box, and on the back they write down the numbers they get from rolling dice.
They check how their new numbers compare to the numbers from the other house's box, which they wrote on the notepad earlier.
Emily realizes that the numbers written on this notepad aren't the same numbers she wrote on the notepad earlier. When she asks other people, she finds that Lee and Beth are the only ones whose memory matches what's written on the notepad, because they're the only ones who haven't left the house since they wrote the numbers on the notepad.
Kevin and Laurie are the only ones whose memory matches Emily's memory, since they're the only ones who have traveled with her the whole time.
Hugh and Amir remember a third set of numbers, since they switched realities when they switched to the red glow stick house and again when they switched to the current house.
Mike remembers a fourth set of numbers, since he switched realities when he went to blackmail himself. The situation deteriorates further when a blackmail note arrives.
Mike mentions that if there's a dark version of their group, maybe it's them. Another Mike arrives to try to kill them, scaring Laurie, who is comforted by Kevin.
Emily leaves the house, and looks through several different houses, finding several where things are even worse. Finally, she finds a reality where no one seems aware of the split and there is a happy Emily.
In this reality, Emily had agreed to go to Vietnam with Kevin at the beginning of the evening, and their relationship had stayed strong.
She plans to replace this reality's Emily. She destroys a car window to lure the group outside, then ambushes her double with ketamine. Her double is able to crawl back inside, forcing Emily to subdue her again in a bathtub.
She then heads to the living room and faints. She wakes the next morning unable to find her double, yet everything seems fine. She searches outside and runs into Kevin.
His cell phone now rings, to which he answers "That's weird. It's you calling me. Byrkit came up with the idea for Coherence after deciding that he wanted to test the idea of shooting a film "without a crew and without a script".
Byrkit told an interviewer, "For about a year, all I did was make charts and maps and drew diagrams of houses, arrows pointing where everyone was going, trying to keep track of different iterations.
Months and months of tracking fractured realities, looking up what actual scientists believe about the nature of reality — Schrödinger's cat and all that.
It was research, but despite all the graphs and charts, I think our whole idea was that it has to be character-based. We want the logic of our internal rules to be sound, and we wanted it to be something people could watch 12 times and still discover a new layer.
The movie cuts to black at , , , , , , , , , , , , , and The movie's director has said those cuts signify something, but hasn't said what they signify.
There was no cut to black around , which was the point of divergence between realities, although the house was plunged into darkness due to an electricity cut.
There was no cut to black at , when the characters all switched from a house without a broken glass to a house with a broken glass, and there was no cut to black at , when only Mike switched to a different reality.
Byrkit intentionally chose actors who did not know each other. He told an interviewer that, after working on blockbuster films such as Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl , "I come from theater where I was trained to really just concentrate on story and character on a stage with actors and so I was craving getting rid of everything, getting rid of the crew; getting rid of script, no special effects, no support, no money, no nothing, and just getting back to the purity of that, of a camera in your hand and some actress actors?
But they wouldn't know what the other actors had received so it had a very natural, very spontaneous collision of motivations that ended up being what you see on film; obviously guided by a very strict outline that we have been working on for about a year that tracked all the clues and the puzzles and all the rehearsals and things like that.
But the actors weren't aware of those, those things happened because we were sort of guiding them through it. When asked whether the actors were people whom Byrkit knew pretty well, he answered, "Yeah exactly.
They were just friends that I knew I could just call up and say, 'Show up at my house in a couple days.
I can't really tell you what we're doing, trust me I'm not going to kill you. It should be fun! Interviewer Nell Minow confessed her reaction to the actors' relationships: "I just assumed that they all knew each other very well because they fell into the kinds of rhythms that old friends have.
Just five minutes after they arrived at my house they had to pretend to be married and lovers and best friends. Reviewer Matt Prigge praised the choice of casting and their actions: "Byrkit Indeed, Coherence is largely improvised, with a game cast first believably under-reacting to some weird business with laughter and disbelief, then always maintaining a degree of levity read: jokes and occasional put-downs even when stuff has gotten real.
Ryan Lattanzio wrote, "Byrkit brought eight unwitting actors to his Santa Monica home, threw them a few red herrings and set them loose for five days knowing that the film could evolve organically, like great jazz, if he kept his players in the dark.
But he and co-storywriter Alex Manugian weren't just making it up as they went along. Byrkit added, " It outlined all of the twists, and reveals, and character arcs and pieces of the puzzle that needed to happen scene-by-scene.
But each day, instead of getting a script, the actors would get a page of notes for their individual character, whether it was a backstory or information about their motivations.