Am nächsten Tag ist ihr Brunnen versiegt. The Turin Horse [Blu-ray] [UK Import] 13,25€ 2: January 3, 1889: Nietzsche Witnesses the Flogging of a Horse: 1,26€ 3: I Am Dynamite! Then he lost consciousness and slid to the ground, still clasping the tormented horse.”, “Nietzsche threw his arms around the horse’s neck, tears streaming from his eyes, and then collapsed onto the ground.”, “As Nietzsche fell on the pavement, he threw his arms around the neck of a mare that had just been flogged by a coachman.”, “Nietzsche had just left his lodgings when he saw a cab-driver beating a horse in the Piazza Carlo Alberto. He writes, for instance, in The Gay Science, that “One thing is needful. Biographers and historians tend to place particular emphasis on the role of the horse; it appears in nearly all scholarly tellings of Nietzsche’s life, and surfaces and resurfaces across literature such as narrator’s anecdotes in Milan Kundera’s Unbearable Lightness of Being. 1889. Certainly, anyone tempted to interpret the story of the Turin horse as a story about understanding others will find fuel in lines Nietzsche had written that same year, about another overburdened equine: “Can an ass be tragic? He was almost arrested for disturbing the peace, but was rescued by his landlord and was taken back home and to bed. Jahrhunderts, https://de.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Das_Turiner_Pferd&oldid=201987282, „Creative Commons Attribution/Share Alike“, Nominierung für Béla Tarr in der Kategorie. The Turin Horse (2011) Plot. Nietzsche’s readers who share this view seem to want to believe he threw his arms around that horse, in part because it can be seen as a final flourish to complete his life’s writings (and the writing of his life), but in part because it seems so fatally to contradict large areas of his thought. Or maybe it is Nietzsche’s students and scholars who have flooded the gaps in Fino’s account, and found literature in the life of the philosopher. He assaulted the driver and could have killed him — would have had he not been pulled off by others. 1889. Die Landschaft ist karg, die Arbeit und der Tagesverlauf eintönig und gleichförmig. Dazu verschiedene Tatsachen, die ich im Verlauf meiner Suche ausmachen konnte: Nummer Produktname Preis; 1: The Turin Horse [Blu-ray] [UK Import] 13,25€ 2: January 3, 1889: Nietzsche Witnesses the Flogging of a Horse: 1,26€ 3: I Am Dynamite! Year: 2011; Sort list by date. Nietzsche puts an end to the brutal scene, throwing his arms around the horse s neck, sobbing. Ko-Regie führte seine Ehefrau Ágnes Hranitzky, die auch für die Montage verantwortlich war. The Turin Horse is Tarr’s last film, so if you haven’t seen any of his movies before, ... Perhaps this sickly horse is the one that Nietzsche saved. In 1888 he had written Ecce Homo, a philosophical work resembling biography, subtitled “How One Becomes What One Is.” Might it be that, in embracing a horse in the manner of Raskolnikov, he was writing one last chapter to his life and work? Billed Into Silence: Money and the Miseducation of Women. The Turin Horse by Béla Tarr “In Turin on 3rd January, 1889, Friedrich Nietzsche steps out of the doorwayof number six, Via Carlo Albert. He recalls that at age 15, he, his father, and his brother were journeying on the road when they saw a man in military uniform, having freshly swallowed down a glass of vodka, return to a cab and immediately and senselessly set about beating his driver around the back of the head. Am sechsten Tag sitzen der Bauer und seine Tochter am Tisch, wo sie rohe Kartoffeln zu sich nehmen wollen. Less than a year before the incident, he wrote, in Twilight of the Idols, that Dostoevsky was “the only psychologist, incidentally, from whom I had something to learn.” The lesson Nietzsche took from Dostoevsky was that criminals represent strong minds under sickness — he must surely have been thinking of Raskolnikov in Crime and Punishment. In Turin his hosts were the Fino family, and in their house, in the extraordinarily productive year leading up to the famous incident with a horse, Nietzsche wrote what are remembered as some of his greatest works. The horse refuses to move, whereupon the driver loses his patience and takes his whip to it. Here is a selection of excerpts from five of the more well-known accounts of Nietzsche’s life: “On 3 January 1889 or thereabouts he tearfully embraced a mistreated nag in the street.”, “With a cry he flung himself across the square and threw his arms about the animal’s neck. On January 3, 1889, in the throes of a manic episode, Friedrich Nietzsche left his lodgings in Turin, walked a short distance across a nearby square, and then halted. He tossed his arms around the horse's neck to protect it then collapsed to the ground. And how interesting, for philosophers, that this particular act of mimesis marked his departure from sanity. Jahrhunderts aus: Geschildert wird das Leben eines alten Bauern und seiner erwachsenen Tochter auf einem kleinen Gehöft über einen Zeitraum von sechs Tagen. Diese Seite wurde zuletzt am 18. By the writing of the novel, when Dostoevsky was 44 years old, he came to view the story as a formative memory: “My first personal insult, the horse, the courier.” Fittingly, then, a similar episode resurfaces in Dostoevsky’s final novel The Brothers Karamazov, in the chapter “Rebellion.” In that work, a story is told of a horse that cannot pull its cartload; the owner “beats it, beats it savagely, beats it at last not knowing what he is doing in the intoxication of cruelty, thrashes it mercilessly over and over again.” We are told that the story is “peculiarly Russian.” Surprisingly, we also discover that these words are adapted from “lines from Nekrasov” — a reference to the poem “O pogode” (“About the Weather”) by Nikolai Nekrasov, in which a “hideously lean” horse is beaten to death in front of a laughing mob. If you are capable of loving, and of feeling and sharing the pain of a creature as pitiful as a horse, then surely only love for mankind can follow. The Turin Horse Béla Tarrs unglaubliches Werk „A torinói ló“ markiert gleich zwei Enden: Zum einen das Ende des Philosophen Friedrich Nietzsche (und damit, wie jeder Nietzscheaner meint, das Ende jeglicher Philosophie) und zum anderen das Ende des Kinos, wie wir es kennen. Ein Nachbar, der etwas Pálinka von dem Bauern kaufen will, berichtet, dass die benachbarte Stadt durch den Sturm vollständig zerstört worden sei und schiebt die Schuld an der Katastrophe auf die Gierigkeit der Menschen und die Nichtexistenz der Götter. An old coachman with an expression of the most brutal cynicism, harder than the surrounding winter, urinates on his horse. The truth is we know very little about what occurred on that fateful January day in 1889. The Turin Horse. —IMDb Editors. Many times, a writer, in order to prove a point or deepen the significance of his work, looks for a nice bite-sized snippet from a piece previously written by a great mind. Raskolnikov sees himself as a young boy, walking through a provincial town with his father. His father scoops him up and drags him away from the horse, against his will, and suddenly Raskolnikov awakes, cold and sweating. In unserer Rangliste finden Sie tatsächlich nur die Liste an Produkten, die unseren strengen Qualitätspunkten gerecht werden konnten. The passage in question occurs early on in Dostoevsky’s great work Crime and Punishment. "The Turin Horse" veranschaulicht an vielen Beispielen die unbewusst ausgeführten tagtäglichen Rituale, die - Tier - Mensch - und - Natur - über sich ergehen lassen müssen - bis - eines Tages, eines nach dem anderen seine "Arbeit" einstellt. Gefällt 662 Mal. In the view of his landlord, the professor was showing worrying signs of mental decline. Verdammnis | — To ‘give style’ to one’s character — a great and rare art!” If Nietzsche advises, above all, that we should cultivate our lives and our selves as we would create a work of art, what might it mean for his own life to so neatly replicate a literary work? The report reads: One day when Mr. Fino was walking along the nearby Via Po — one of the main streets of Turin — he saw a group of people drawing near and in their midst were two municipal guards accompanying “the professor.” As soon as Nietzsche saw Fino he threw himself into his arms, and Fino easily obtained his release from the guards, who said that they found that foreigner outside the university gates, clinging tightly to the neck of a horse and refusing to let it go. Every blow that rained down on the animal was the direct result of every blow that fell on the man.”. The Turin Horse [Blu-ray] [UK Import] 13,25€ 2: January 3, 1889: Nietzsche Witnesses the Flogging of a Horse: 1,26€ 3: I Am Dynamite! Den Hauptteil des Filmes macht die Schilderung des Lebens einer armen Familie von Kartoffelbauern Ende des 19. Perhaps the sight of a horse being flogged really did raise in him the image of Dostoevsky’s pitiful nag, and he felt a peculiar compulsion to complete the scene. He details one in a letter of 1888: “winter landscape. The cries of the horse must have pierced Nietzsche, broken him somehow. Das Pferd hört auf zu fressen und schließlich zu trinken, der Brunnen versiegt, das Feuer im Herd brennt nicht mehr. Nekrasov’s poem was composed after Crime and Punishment — therefore Dostoevsky’s own horse seems real enough, even though he would later draw on another writer’s image of a beaten animal. Die Werckmeisterschen Harmonien | Subtitles rated good ; Not rated ; Visited ; Persian 3; English 8; Arabic 5; Farsi/Persian. The horse refuses to move, whereupon the driver loses his patience and takes his whip to it. Januar 1889 tritt in Turin Friedrich Nietzsche durch die Tür des Hau -ses Via Carlo Alberto 6. Mit Erika Bók, János Derzsi, Mihály Kormos, Ricsi. The Man from London | Nietzsche's Horse: 11,28€ 11: The Turin Horse [Blu-ray] [UK Import] 13,25€ 12: January 3, 1889: Nietzsche Witnesses the Flogging of a Horse: 1,26€ 13: I Am Dynamite! Am meisten Zuneigung erfährt noch das Pferd der Familie, das metaphorisch oder tatsächlich als das Pferd der Nietzsche-Anekdote gesehen werden könnte. And around the same time, Nietzsche was having his own dreams of horses. And stranger still that the episode seems to have been torn from the pages of a writer revered by Nietzsche: Fyodor Dostoevsky. A rural farmer is forced to confront the mortality of his faithful horse. But was Nietzsche’s horse not also Dostoevsky’s? Der Titel des Films bezieht sich auf eine Anekdote, die am Filmanfang vom Erzähler berichtet wird: Friedrich Nietzsche soll im Januar 1889 unmittelbar vor seinem geistigen Zusammenbruch in Turin ein streikendes Droschkenpferd mit theatralischer Geste vor der Peitsche des wütenden Kutschers bewahrt haben. "The Turin Horse" setzt ein mit einem Monolog aus dem Off, in dem von Nietzsches bekanntem Vorfall im Turin des Jahres 1889 berichtet wird: Er … The episode also inspired a 2011 film, The Turin Horse. Friedrich Nietzsche went mad after allegedly seeing a horse being whipped in the Italian city of Turin. Undoubtedly Nietzsche was found in the street, and there are multiple firsthand accounts that detail Nietzsche’s subsequent mental decline and his spell in a mental asylum shortly after. Platz. When he is taken home, Nietzsche’s mind is … Tearfully, the philosopher flung his arms around the animal’s neck, and then collapsed.”. On January 3, 1889, in the throes of a manic episode, Friedrich Nietzsche left his lodgings in Turin, walked a short distance across a nearby square, and then halted. [1] Der Kinostart in Deutschland erfolgte am 15. … more. One day in Turin in 1889 Nietzsche beat up a hansom cab driver who was savagely whipping his horse. A rural farmer is forced to confront the mortality of his faithful horse. The Turin Horse [Blu-ray] [UK Import] 13,25€ 2: January 3, 1889: Nietzsche Witnesses the Flogging of a Horse: 1,26€ 3: I Am Dynamite! On January 3, 1889 in Turin, Italy, Friedrich Nietzsche steps out of the doorway of number six, Via Carlo Albert. There is also the fact of the symbolic potency of the horse. “Human,” he might say; “All too human.”. The tale is apocryphal, likely hovering more in the realm of fiction than of fact. Not far from him, a cab driver is having trouble with a stubborn horse. (I am reminded of lines from William Blake’s “Auguries of Innocence”: “A Horse misused upon the Road / Calls to Heaven for Human blood”.) Outside a pub, a drunken rabble surrounds a weary old horse, hitched to a weighty cartload that it cannot possibly pull. German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche witnessed the whipping of a horse while traveling in Turin, Italy. Not far from him, the driver of a hansom cabis having trouble with a stubborn horse. It recalls the whipping of a horse in the Italian city Turin which is rumoured to have caused the mental breakdown of philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche. Not far from him, a cab driver is having trouble with a stubborn horse. Der Titel des Films bezieht sich auf eine Anekdote, die am Filmanfang vom Erzähler berichtet wird: Friedrich Nietzsche soll im Januar 1889 unmittelbar vor seinem geistigen Zusammenbruch in Turin ein streikendes Droschkenpferd mit theatralischer Geste vor der Peitsche des wütenden Kutschers bewahrt haben. : A Life of Nietzsche: 27,30€ 24: Hackett Classics (41 Book Series) 319,86€ 25: An Intimate History of Humanity: 14,50€ Erlebnisse mit Nietzsche horse. Daraufhin hört auch der Vater auf zu essen und sitzt mit seiner Tochter in vollkommener Stille am Tisch. The horse episode held special significance for Dostoevsky, originating, as it did, in his own life experiences. Satanstango | [2], „Ein ebenso anstrengender wie faszinierender filmischer Kraftakt, der in seiner atemberaubend rauen Poesie voller Sinnbilder und Metaphern herausfordert.“, „Wie kein anderer Regisseur lässt Béla Tarr die Erzählung sinnlich greifbar werden.