The Man from Earth. ()IMDb 7,91 Std. 23 MinX-Ray0. Freunde und Kollegen nahen zum Abschied, um Professor Oldman beim Packen zu helfen und. The Man from Earth ist ein erschienener Science-Fiction-Film von Richard Schenkman nach einem Drehbuch von Jerome Bixby. Er erzählt die Geschichte. The Man From Earth: Holocene. Gefällt Mal · 6 Personen sprechen darüber. The Official home page for the long-awaited sequel to Jerome Bixby's The.
Die Filmstarts-Kritik zu The Man from EarthDer Independentfilm The Man From Earth wurde nicht nur mit minimalem Budget in einem einzigen Zimmer gedreht, sondern verfügt über eine interessante Idee. Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "The Man from Earth" von Richard Schenkman: Der Historiker sieht sich für gewöhnlich vor das Problem gestellt, Ereignisse der. The Man From Earth. IMDb 7,91 Std. 27 MinX-Ray16+. Digitally restored An impromptu goodbye party for Professor John Oldman becomes a mysterious.
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Falling Sky Entertainment. John Billingsley Harry. Ellen Crawford Edith. William Katt Art. Annika Peterson Sandy.
Richard Riehle Dr. Will Gruber. David Lee Smith John Oldman. Alexis Thorpe Linda Murphy. Tony Todd Dan. Richard Schenkman Director.
Jerome Bixby Screenwriter. Richard Schenkman Producer. Eric D. Wilkinson Producer. Emerson Bixby Executive Producer. Mark Pellington Executive Producer.
Afshin Shahidi Cinematographer. Neil Grieve Film Editor. Priscilla Elliott Production Design. Lauren Ruggeri Art Director.
July 12, Rating: A- Full Review…. February 20, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews 5. Sep 18, Very thought-provoking, great concept.
Kyle M Super Reviewer. Apr 12, Directors C Super Reviewer. Sep 19, A man departing the company of his friends reveals something unexpected before going: "I'm 14, years old.
They all sit down and have a nice, calm talk about it and he's allowed to simply make the assertion. No hard questions, no, none at all, and the story gets even wilder from there.
An interesting proposition let go. Kevin M. W Super Reviewer. Mar 13, Spencer M Super Reviewer. Second Student Vanessa Williams Carolyn Akemi Look Isabel Brittany Curran Tara Matt Weaver MMA Instructor Carlos Knight Liko Sterling Knight Philip Ellen Crawford Edith archive footage Annika Peterson Sandy archive footage John Billingsley Harry Michael Dorn Gil Parker William Katt Art Jenkins Shannon Welles Edit Storyline 14, year-old "Man from Earth" John Oldman is now comfortably hiding in plain sight as a college professor in Northern California.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia The film was released on file sharing sites by the director Richard Schenkman , who stated, "In order to make sure that every single person in the world who wants to see the movie has access to stream or download it, we are uploading it ourselves to the filesharing community.
Goofs at around 46 mins When John returns from the woods, he opens the driver side door of his truck. The window changes from open in the shot from outside the truck, to closed in the shot from inside.
Then, when he drives off, the windows is open again. This was possibly done intentionally to avoid reflections of the camera crew, but it is still a continuity error.
Quotes [ first lines ] First Student : Prehistoric chicks are kind of hot. Crazy Credits After the first credits with cave drawings, there is an additional scene that involves Arthur Jenkins and the authorities.
Was this review helpful to you? As John's colleagues press him to explain the reason for his departure, he picks up from a reference to Magdalenian cultures by Dan and slowly, and somewhat reluctantly, reveals that he is a prehistoric caveman himself from that precise period.
He states that he has lived for more than 14 millennia, and that he relocates every ten years to keep others from realizing that he does not age.
He begins his tale under the guise of a possible science-fiction story, but eventually stops speaking in hypotheticals and begins answering questions from a first-person perspective.
His colleagues refuse to believe his story but accept it as a working hypothesis in order to glean his true intentions. John relates he was a Sumerian for years, later a Babylonian , and eventually went East to become a disciple of the Buddha.
He claims to have had a chance to sail with Columbus admitting that at the time he still believed the earth was flat and to have befriended Van Gogh one of whose original paintings he apparently owns, a gift from the artist himself.
In the course of the conversation, each guest questions John's story based on knowledge from their own academic specialty.
Harry struggles with how biology could allow for the possibility of a human being living for so long.
Art, arguably the most skeptical of the group, questions prehistory. He exclaims that John's answers, although correct, could have come from any textbook; John rejoins that, like any human, his memory is imperfect and he only sees events from his own narrow, hence not omniscient , perspective.
Will Gruber, a psychiatry professor who arrives at Art's request later that afternoon, questions if John feels guilt for outliving everyone he has ever known and loved.
He then threatens John with a gun later revealed to have been unloaded before temporarily leaving. John then learns from Harry that Will's wife had died the previous day after a long illness.
The discussion veers to religion, and John mentions that he does not follow any. Even though he does not necessarily believe in an omnipotent God, he does not discount the possibility of such a being's existence.
Pressed by the group, John reluctantly reveals that in trying to take the Buddha's teachings to the west, into the eastern Roman Empire , he became the inspiration for the Jesus story.
After this revelation, emotions in the room run high. Edith the representative "true believer" of the group begins crying.
Will demands that John end his tale and give the group a sense of closure by admitting it was all a hoax, and threatens to have John involuntarily committed for psychiatric evaluation should he refuse to do so.
John appears to ruminate over his response before finally "confessing" to everyone that his story was a prank. John's friends leave the party with various reactions: Edith is relieved; Harry indicates an open mind; Art never wants to see John again; Will still believes John needs professional help; Sandy and Linda clearly believe John; Dan is heavily implied to believe John.
After everyone else but Will and Sandy have left, Will overhears John and Sandy's conversation, which suggests the story could be true after all.
John mentions some of the pseudonyms he has used over the years, and Will realizes one was his father's name. He asks John questions that only a very close acquaintance could answer.
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