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C.S. Lewis: Das Wunder von Narnia (1/2) | Abenteuer in einem geheimnisvollen Land. Digory und Polly begegnen dem mächtigen Löwen Aslan, der mit seinem. - Kaufen Sie Die Chroniken von Narnia: Der König von Narnia Seitenverhältnis: - ; Alterseinstufung: Freigegeben ab 12 Jahren. Am 1. Dezember erschien in Deutschland eine Langfassung von „Der König von Narnia“ mit vier DVDs. Dieses Set wird in Europa „Royal Edition“ genannt.

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Während London bombardiert wird, sind die vier Pevensie-Geschwister auf dem Lande evakuiert. Eines Tages findet Nesthäkchen Lucy einen Kleiderschrank als Versteck, der sie in eine fantastische Welt transportiert, nach Narnia. Schon bald holt. Am 1. Dezember erschien in Deutschland eine Langfassung von „Der König von Narnia“ mit vier DVDs. Dieses Set wird in Europa „Royal Edition“ genannt. Nr. Titel, Originaltitel, Regie, Jahr. 1, Die Chroniken von Narnia: Der König von Narnia, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion. - Kaufen Sie Die Chroniken von Narnia: Der König von Narnia Seitenverhältnis: - ; Alterseinstufung: Freigegeben ab 12 Jahren. Die Chroniken von Narnia 1: Das Wunder von Narnia | Lewis, Clive Staples, Hohlbein, Wolfgang, Rendel, Christian | ISBN: | Kostenloser. Die Chroniken von Narnia: Der König von Narnia. Thalia: Infos zu Autor, Inhalt und Bewertungen ❤ Jetzt»Das Wunder von Narnia / Die Chroniken von Narnia Bd.1«nach Hause oder Ihre Filiale vor Ort.

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Generally there isn't much humour in the Narnia books, although I adored them when I was a child. I got so caught up I didn't think CS Lewis was especially preachy.

Reading them now I find that his subliminal message isn't very subliminal. The comic book series Pakkins' Land by Gary and Rhoda Shipman in which a young child finds himself in a magical world filled with talking animals, including a lion character named King Aryah, has been compared favorably to the Narnia series.

The Shipmans have cited the influence of C. Lewis and the Narnia series in response to reader letters.

As with any popular long-lived work, contemporary culture abounds with references to the lion Aslan, travelling via wardrobe and direct mentions of The Chronicles.

Examples include:. Charlotte Staples Lewis , a character first seen early in the fourth season of the TV series Lost , is named in reference to C.

Lost producer Damon Lindelof said that this was a clue to the direction the show would take during the season. It was described by Slate magazine as one of the most culturally significant Saturday Night Live skits in many years, and an important commentary on the state of rap.

The title is taken from a passage in The Last Battle , and one verse of the song describes sailing to the end of the world to meet a king, similar to the ending of Voyage of the Dawn Treader.

Lewis is explicitly acknowledged as an influence in the liner notes of the compact disc. During interviews, the primary creator of the Japanese anime and gaming series Digimon has said that he was inspired and influenced by The Chronicles of Narnia.

Lewis had authored a number of works on Christian apologetics and other literature with Christian-based themes before writing the Narnia books.

The character Aslan is widely accepted by literary academia as being based on Jesus Christ. Lewis maintained that the Narnia books were not allegorical, preferring to term their Christian aspects a "supposition".

The Chronicles have, consequently, a large Christian following, and are widely used to promote Christian ideas. However, some Christians object that The Chronicles promote "soft-sell paganism and occultism" due to recurring pagan imagery and themes.

Gertrude Ward noted that "When Lewis wrote The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe , he clearly meant to create a world where there were no human beings at all.

As the titles of Mr. Tumnus' books testify, in this world human beings are creatures of myth, while its common daily reality includes fauns and other creatures which are myth in our world.

This worked well for the first volume of the series, but for later volumes Lewis thought up plots which required having more human beings in this world.

In Prince Caspian he still kept the original structure and explained that more humans had arrived from our world at a later time, overrunning Narnia.

However, later on he gave in and changed the entire concept of this world - there have always been very many humans in this world, and Narnia is just one very special country with a lot of talking animals and fauns and dwarves etc.

In this revised world, with a great human empire to the south of Narnia and human principality just next door, the White Witch would not have suspected Edmund of being a dwarf who shaved his beard - there would be far more simple and obvious explanations for his origin.

And in fact, in this revised world it is not entirely clear why were the four Pevensie children singled out for the Thrones of Narnia, over so many other humans in the world.

Still, we just have to live with these discrepencies, and enjoy each Narnia book on its own merits. In later years, both Lewis and the Chronicles have been criticised often by other authors of fantasy fiction for gender role stereotyping, though other authors have defended Lewis in this area.

Most allegations of sexism centre on the description of Susan Pevensie in The Last Battle when Lewis writes that Susan is "no longer a friend of Narnia" and interested "in nothing nowadays except nylons and lipstick and invitations".

Philip Pullman , inimical to Lewis on many fronts, calls the Narnia stories "monumentally disparaging of women". Susan, like Cinderella , is undergoing a transition from one phase of her life to another.

Lewis didn't approve of that. He didn't like women in general, or sexuality at all, at least at the stage in his life when he wrote the Narnia books.

He was frightened and appalled at the notion of wanting to grow up. In fantasy author Neil Gaiman 's short story "The Problem of Susan" , [86] [87] [88] an elderly woman, Professor Hastings, deals with the grief and trauma of her entire family's death in a train crash.

Although the woman's maiden name is not revealed, details throughout the story strongly imply that this character is the elderly Susan Pevensie. The story is written for an adult audience and deals with issues of sexuality and violence and through it Gaiman presents a critique of Lewis's treatment of Susan, as well as the problem of evil as it relates to punishment and salvation.

Alan Jacobs , an English professor at Wheaton College , asserts that Lucy is the most admirable of the human characters and that generally the girls come off better than the boys throughout the series Jacobs, [ citation not found ].

The characters have positive and negative things to say about both male and female characters, suggesting an equality between sexes. However, the problem is that many of the positive qualities of the female characters seem to be those by which they can rise above their femininity The superficial nature of stereotypical female interests is condemned.

Taking a different stance altogether, Monika B. As she puts it " To the extent that we have not examined our own chauvinism, we demean the 'feminine' qualities and extol the 'masculine' - not noticing that Lewis does the opposite.

In addition to sexism, Pullman and others have also accused the Narnia series of fostering racism. While the book's storytelling virtues are enormous, you don't have to be a bluestocking of political correctness to find some of this fantasy anti- Arab , or anti-Eastern, or anti- Ottoman.

With all its stereotypes, mostly played for belly laughs, there are moments you'd like to stuff this story back into its closet.

Gregg Easterbrook , writing in The Atlantic , stated that "the Calormenes, are unmistakable Muslim stand-ins", [95] while novelist Philip Hensher raises specific concerns that a reader might gain the impression that Islam is a "Satanic cult".

Lewis conference, Dr. Devin Brown argued that there are too many dissimilarities between the Calormene religion and Islam, particularly in the areas of polytheism and human sacrifice, for Lewis's writing to be regarded as critical of Islam.

Nicholas Wanberg has argued, echoing claims by Mervyn Nicholson, that accusations of racism in the books are "an oversimplification", but he asserts that the stories employ beliefs about human aesthetics, including equating dark skin with ugliness, that have been traditionally associated with racist thought.

Critics also argue whether Lewis's work presents a positive or negative view of colonialism. Nicole DuPlessis favors the anticolonial view, claiming "the negative effects of colonial exploitations and the themes of animals' rights and responsibility to the environment are emphasized in Lewis' construction of a community of living things.

Through the negative examples of illegitimate rulers, Lewis constructs the 'correct' relationship between humans and nature, providing examples of rulers like Caspian who fulfill their responsibilities to the environment.

Various books from The Chronicles of Narnia have been adapted for television over the years. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe was first adapted in Comprising ten episodes of thirty minutes each, the screenplay was written by Trevor Preston , and directed by Helen Standage.

Between and , the first four books as published were adapted by the BBC as three TV serials. On 3 October , the C. Lewis Company announced that Netflix had acquired the rights to new film and television series adaptations of the Narnia books.

Collectively titled Tales of Narnia , the programs covered the entire series with a running time of approximately 15 hours. Between and , Focus on the Family produced radio dramatisations of the entire series through its Radio Theatre program.

Accompanied by an original orchestral score and cinema-quality digital sound design, the series was hosted by Lewis's stepson Douglas Gresham and ran for just over 22 hours.

Recordings of the entire adaptation were released on compact disc between and Many stage adaptations of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe have been produced over the years.

The production was later revived at Westminster and The Royalty Theatre and went on tour until In , Trumpets Inc. The novel was adapted as a musical production by Adrian Mitchell, with music by Shaun Davey.

Well received by audiences, the production was periodically re-staged by the RSC for several years afterwards. Sceptical that any cinematic adaptation could render the more fantastical elements and characters of the story realistically, [] Lewis never sold the film rights to the Narnia series.

Lewis wrote back: "They'd be no good on TV. Humanized beasts can't be presented to the eye without at once becoming either hideous or ridiculous.

I wish the idiots who run the film world [would] realize that there are stories [which] are for the ear alone. The first novel adapted was The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.

In December , Disney pulled out of financing the remainder of the Chronicles of Narnia film series. Lewis Estate had expired, and that there was a moratorium on producing any Narnia films outside of Walden Media.

In November , these plans were halted because Netflix had begun developing adaptations of the entire series. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

For other uses, see Narnia disambiguation. This article is about the book series. For the film series, see The Chronicles of Narnia film series.

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Goofs After the climactic battle, as Aslan approaches Susan, Edmund, Peter, and Lucy; he stops, looks to his right, and breathes on a frozen figure.

In the next shot from his rear where we can see the children, Aslan is looking to his left and there is nothing to his right. Quotes [ first lines ] Mrs.

Jim May had worked at several visual effects facilities—Boss Film, ILM and Sony Pictures Imageworks —and eventually, moved into feature editorial as the visual effects editor in the cutting room.

The soundtrack was composed by Harry Gregson-Williams. Gregson-Williams had previously worked with Adamson on Shrek and Shrek 2 Evanescence lead singer Amy Lee also wrote a song for the film, but it was not included in the soundtrack.

Gregson-Williams employed the piece Hollywood Studio Symphony Orchestra, along with a member choir mostly members of The Bach Choir and numerous other solo musicians such as electric violinist Hugh Marsh and vocalist Lisbeth Scott at his Wavecrest Studio.

The score includes instances of electronic music. On December 7, , the film premiered in London, going on general release the following day. It was also Disney's third-largest opening weekend at the time now the 34th-largest [41] as well as the second-biggest December opening, behind The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.

It is the highest-grossing film of the holiday period, [45] the second-highest-grossing Christian film, [46] the sixth-largest family—children's book adaptation, [47] the ninth-highest-grossing fantasy—live-action film [48] and the 10th-highest-grossing film overall in Disney company history.

Box Office Mojo estimates that the film sold over 45 million tickets in North America. The site's critical consensus reads, "With first-rate special effects and compelling storytelling, this adaptation stays faithful to its source material and will please moviegoers of all ages.

Critic Roger Ebert also gave the film 3 out of 4 stars. Ebert and Roeper gave the movie "Two Thumbs Up". Movie critic Leonard Maltin gave the film 3 out of four stars, calling it, "an impressive and worthwhile family film," though he also said, "it does go on a bit and the special effects are extremely variable.

Stuart Klawans of The Nation said, "All ticket buyers will get their money's worth. However, John Anderson from Newsday , reacted negatively to the film, stating, "…there's a deliberateness, a fastidiousness and a lack of daring and vision that marks the entire operation.

Georgie Henley , in her performance as Lucy Pevensie, earned critical acclaim. It is available in a standard one-disc set with separate full-screen and widescreen editions , and a deluxe widescreen two-disc boxed set with additional artwork and other materials from Disney and Walden Media.

Disney later issued a four-disc extended cut of the film on DVD. It was released on December 12, , and was available commercially until January 31, , after which Disney put the DVD on moratorium.

The set includes all of the features previously released on the two-disc special edition. The two additional discs include a segment called "The Dreamer of Narnia", a previously unreleased feature-length film about C.

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Insgesamt wirkt der Film recht kindlich und schlicht in der Botschaft des ewigen Kampfes von Gut gegen Böse. Regie führten Andrew Adamson und Michael Apted. Es handelt sich zum überwiegenden Teil um Landschaftsaufnahmen und Schlachtszenen. In einer Abschlussszene sieht man, wie Lucy eines Nachts versucht, über den Schrank nach Narnia zurückzukehren.


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