ZLATA ROKAVICA

The Golden Glove / Der Goldene Handschuh


© 2019, 115 min, krimi drama, grozljivka / crime drama horror
Jezik / Language: nemščina, grščina / German, Greek
Država / Country: Nemčija, Francija / Germany, France
Režija / Director: Fatih Akin
Scenarij / Writer: Fatih Akin
Direktor fotografije / DOP: Rainer Klausmann
Igrajo / Cast: Jonas Dassler, Margarete Tiesel, Katja Studt


Četrtek / Thursday 30.1.2020 @ 16:00
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Hamburška četrt St. Pauli je v 70-ih polna nočne zabave. Tu se križajo življenja pijancev, prostitutk, odvisnikov od iger na srečo in drugih samotnih duš. Ena od njih je tudi Fritz Honka, možic z očali z debelimi okvirji in neposrečenim obrazom. Neizučeni delavec se v lokalu Zlata rokavica dobiva s samskimi starejšimi gospemi in pijankami. Nihče ne opazi, da te ženske zvabi v svoje stanovanje, kjer jih zadavi. Sosedom deli osvežilce zraka, ki naj bi razblinili vonj po razpadajočih truplih. Film temelji na resnični zgodbi serijskega morilca Fritza Honka in romanu Heinza Strunka iz leta 2016. Režiser Fatih Akin prikaže izprijenega, pokvarjenega in nasilnega zločinca, ki ga ženejo mizoginija, seksualni pohlep in sentimentalnost. Akinov film je družbena študija druge plati takratnega gospodarskega čudeža. Delo je portret posameznikov, ki so v temačni povojni Nemčiji povsem izgubili kompas.


Hamburg’s St. Pauli district in the 1970s is a neighbourhood of night-time entertainment and its nocturnal figures: habitual drinkers and prostitutes, gambling addicts and other lonely souls. Fritz Honka, a short man with thick horn-rimmed glasses and an unfortunate face, is one of them. An unskilled labourer, he picks up lonely older women, down-at-heel drinkers, in a local boozer called ‘Zum Goldenen Handschuh’ (The Golden Glove). Nobody realises that he batters and strangles these women in his attic apartment, then dismembers them and disposes of their remains behind the attic wall. Distributing scented air-fresheners throughout the building to disguise the stench of decay, he blames the neighbouring Greek family for the penetrating smells.
Based on the true case of serial killer Fritz Honka and on Heinz Strunk’s 2016 crime novel, Fatih Akin has created a portrait of a socially depraved, violent criminal, driven by misogyny, sexual greed and sentimentality. Akin’s film is a social study of the flip side of the then recent economic miracle; it is about individuals thrown off-kilter by the war and post-war turmoil in a dark Germany wholly lacking in confidence.


filmografija Rainer Klausmann
2004 – Propad
2016 – Zbogom, Berlin!
2017 – Obupana