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Nach dem Tod des ungeliebten Vaters erfährt Charlie Babbit von der Existenz seines älteren Bruders Raymond, der von dem Vater als Alleinerbe von drei Millionen Dollar angegeben wurde. Raymond ist Autist und lebt in einem Heim für Menschen mit. Rain Man ist ein US-amerikanisches Filmdrama von Barry Levinson aus dem Jahr Hauptcharaktere sind die vollkommen ungleichen Brüder Charlie und. Mit dem Film Rain Man ist dem für viele auch für seine Komödien bekannten Regisseur Barry Levinsion ein eindrückliches Filmdrama über einen inselbegabten. Was als unsentimentale Reise der Babbitt-Brüder beginnt, endet als ergreifendes und tiefgründiges Road Movie, als ein Film darüber, wie zwei völlig. „Rain Man“ ist der erfolgreichste Film des Jahres Er erhielt vier Oscars, unter andrem einen für den Hauptdarstellen Dustin Hoffman, der den Autisten.
Mit dem Film Rain Man ist dem für viele auch für seine Komödien bekannten Regisseur Barry Levinsion ein eindrückliches Filmdrama über einen inselbegabten. Nach dem Tod des ungeliebten Vaters erfährt Charlie Babbit von der Existenz seines älteren Bruders Raymond, der von dem Vater als Alleinerbe von drei Millionen Dollar angegeben wurde. Raymond ist Autist und lebt in einem Heim für Menschen mit. Uhr Rain Man Spielfilm USA - Schwerpunkt: Die Bären sind los: ARTE und die Berlinale | arte. Charlie Babbitt steckt wie so oft.
Morrow created the character of Raymond after meeting Kim Peek , a real-life savant; his characterization was based on both Peek and Bill Sackter , a good friend of Morrow who was the subject of Bill , an earlier film that Morrow wrote.
Rain Man was the highest-grossing film of Its crew received an additional four nominations. Charlie Babbitt is in the middle of importing four Lamborghinis to Los Angeles for resale.
He needs to deliver the vehicles to impatient buyers who have already made down payments in order to repay the loan he took out to buy the cars, but the EPA is holding the cars at the port due to the cars failing emissions regulations.
Charlie directs an employee to lie to the buyers while he stalls his creditor. When Charlie learns that his estranged father has died, he and his girlfriend Susanna travel to Cincinnati, Ohio , in order to settle the estate.
Through social engineering , he learns the money is being directed to a mental institution , where he meets his elder brother, Raymond Babbitt, of whom he was previously unaware.
Raymond is autistic, has savant syndrome , and adheres to strict routines. He has superb recall , but he shows little emotional expression except when in distress.
Charlie spirits Raymond out of the mental institution and into a hotel for the night. Susanna becomes upset with the way Charlie treats his brother and leaves.
Charlie asks Raymond's doctor, Dr. Gerald R. Bruner, for half the estate in exchange for Raymond's return, but he refuses. Charlie decides to attempt to gain custody of his brother in order to get control of the money.
After Raymond refuses to fly back to Los Angeles, they set out on a cross-country road trip together. They make slow progress because Raymond insists on sticking to his routines, which include watching Judge Wapner on television every day and getting to bed by PM.
He also objects to traveling on the interstate after they pass a bad accident. During the course of the journey, Charlie learns more about Raymond, including that he is a mental calculator with the ability to instantly count hundreds of objects at once, far beyond the normal range of human subitizing abilities.
He also learns that Raymond actually lived with the family when Charlie was young and he realizes that the comforting figure from his childhood, whom he falsely remembered as an imaginary friend named "Rain Man", was actually Raymond.
He then figures that Raymond was sent away to the institution after an incident where Raymond was believed to have accidentally nearly injured a young Charlie in a scalding hot bath.
Charlie realizes that to the contrary it had been Raymond's actions which had saved himself from being scalded in that bathtub, but that Raymond had been unable to speak up for himself and undo the wrong caused by the misunderstanding.
Though the casino bosses are skeptical that anyone can count cards with a six deck shoe , after reviewing security footage they ask Charlie and Raymond to leave.
Back in Los Angeles, Charlie meets with Dr. Charlie refuses and says that he is no longer upset about what his father left him, but he wants to have a relationship with his brother.
At a meeting with a court-appointed psychiatrist, Raymond is shown to be unable to decide for himself what he wants. Charlie stops the questioning and tells Raymond he is happy to have him as his brother.
Charlie takes Raymond to the train station where he boards an Amtrak train with Dr. Bruner to return to the mental institution. Charlie promises Raymond that he will visit in two weeks.
Roger Birnbaum was the first studio executive to give the film a green light ; he did so immediately after Barry Morrow pitched the story.
Birnbaum received "special thanks" in the film's credits. Principal photography included nine weeks of filming on location.
Almost all of the principal photography occurred during the Writers Guild of America strike ; one key scene that was affected by the lack of writers was the film's final scene.
The website's critical consensus states: "This road-trip movie about an autistic savant and his callow brother is far from seamless, but Barry Levinson's direction is impressive, and strong performances from Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman add to its appeal.
Vincent Canby of The New York Times called Rain Man a "becomingly modest, decently thought-out, sometimes funny film"; Hoffman's performance was a "display of sustained virtuosity.
Its end effect depends largely on one's susceptibility to the sight of an actor acting nonstop and extremely well, but to no particularly urgent dramatic purpose.
Amy Dawes of Variety wrote that "one of the year's most intriguing film premises One of the film's harshest reviews came from New Yorker magazine critic Pauline Kael , who said, "Everything in this movie is fudged ever so humanistically, in a perfunctory, low-pressure way.
And the picture has its effectiveness: people are crying at it. Of course they're crying at it—it's a piece of wet kitsch.
Roger Ebert gave the film three and a half stars out of four. The film is recognized by American Film Institute in these lists:. Rain Man ' s portrayal of the main character's condition has been seen as creating the erroneous media stereotype that people on the autism spectrum typically have savant skills, and references to Rain Man , in particular Dustin Hoffman's performance, have become a popular shorthand for autism and savantism.
Conversely, Rain Man has also been seen as dispelling a number of other misconceptions about autism, and improving public awareness of the failure of many agencies to accommodate autistic people and make use of the abilities they do have, regardless of whether they have savant skills or not.
Raymond is autistic, but is able to calculate complicated mathematical problems in his head with great speed and accuracy. Their father has left his fortune to Raymond who doesn't even understand what money is for.
Charlie is enraged by what has happened and by his father keeping Raymond's existence from him for his entire life.
He kidnaps Raymond from his residential home but then finds that Raymond will only fly Qantas. The two begin a long road trip that will lead them to an understanding of each other.
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