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Ein Pakistani erzählt einem Amerikaner sein Leben: Wie er den amerikanischen Traum verwirklichte und wie er sich aber nach dem September wieder mehr seinem Heimatland verpflichtet fühlte. Er führt dem Leser eine ganz neue Perspektive vor. The Reluctant Fundamentalist ist ein Politthriller und Drama aus dem Jahr Regie führte Mira Nair, das Drehbuch wurde unter anderem von Mohsin Hamid. The Reluctant Fundamentalist | Hamid, Mohsin | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. The Reluctant Fundamentalist | Hamid Mohsin | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Mohsin Hamid: The Reluctant Fundamentalist | Changez, ein junger Pakistani, trifft einen US-Amerikaner in Lahore. Sie kommen ins Gespräch und Changez. The Reluctant Fundamentalist is Mohsin Hamid's thrillingly provocative international bestseller. Shortlisted for the Man Booker prize in Now a major film. Cornelsen Senior English Library - Literatur - Ab Schuljahr. The Reluctant Fundamentalist - Textheft mit Annotationen und Zusatztexten. Mohsin Hamid.

Reluctant Fundamentalist

The Reluctant Fundamentalist is Mohsin Hamid's thrillingly provocative international bestseller. Shortlisted for the Man Booker prize in Now a major film. The Reluctant Fundamentalist | Hamid Mohsin | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Mohsin Hamid: The Reluctant Fundamentalist | Changez, ein junger Pakistani, trifft einen US-Amerikaner in Lahore. Sie kommen ins Gespräch und Changez.

Though Changez is satisfied at this development in their relationship, this irreversibly damages their relationship. Soon she begins treatment in a mental institution.

He notices she is physically emaciated and no longer her former self. After this meeting he travels to Chile on an assignment. When he returns to meet her, it is found that she has left the institution and her clothes were found near the Hudson River.

Officially she is stated as a missing person, as her body has not been found. In his professional life, he impresses his peers and gets earmarked by his superiors for his work, especially Jim, the person who recruited him, develops a good rapport with him, and holds him in high esteem.

In Chile, he is very distracted due to developments in the world and, responding to the parabolic suggestion of the publisher his company is there to assess which would lead to its breakup , he visits the nearby preserved home of the late left-wing poet Pablo Neruda and comes to see himself as a servant of the American empire that has constantly interfered with and manipulated his homeland.

He returns from Chile to New York without completing the assignment and ends up losing his job. Politically, Changez is surprised by his own reaction to the September 11th attacks.

He observes the air of suspicion towards Pakistanis. Changez, due to his privileged position in society, is not among those detained or otherwise abused, but he notices a change in his treatment in public.

To express solidarity with his countrymen after his trip to Chile, he starts to grow a beard. After the Indian Parliament attack , India and Pakistan mobilize leading to a standoff.

Noticing the US response to this situation, he has an epiphany that his country is being used as a pawn. With no job, an expiring visa and no reason to stay in the United States, he moves back to Lahore.

After returning to Lahore, he becomes a professor of finance at the local university. His experience and insight in world issues gains his admiration among students.

As a result, he becomes a mentor to large groups of students on various issues. He and his students actively participate in demonstrations against policies that were detrimental to the sovereignty of Pakistan.

Changez advocates nonviolence, but a relatively unknown student gets apprehended for an assassination attempt on an American representative, which brings the spotlight on Changez.

In a widely televised interview, he strongly criticizes the militarism of U. This act makes people surrounding him think that someone might be sent to intimidate him or worse.

As they sit in the cafe, Changez keeps noting that the American stranger is very apprehensive of their surroundings, that he is in possession of a sophisticated satellite phone on which he is repeatedly messaging, and that under his clothing there is a bulge which might be a gun.

Changez walks the stranger toward his hotel. As they walk, the American, now highly suspicious that he is in immediate danger, reaches into his pocket, possibly for a gun.

Changez says he trusts it is simply his holder of business cards. But the novel ends without revealing what was in his pocket, leaving the reader to wonder if the stranger was a CIA agent, possibly there to kill Changez, or if Changez, in collusion with the waiter from the cafe, had planned all along to do harm to the American.

The Reluctant Fundamentalist is an example of a dramatic monologue [3] and autodiegetic narration. Critic M. According to the critic, Hamid does this through the character of Erica, a novelist, who stands for Hamid's "Eureka" moments when Hamid as an author was inspired , taking the debate away from Erica as America.

The novel was shortlisted for the Booker Prize , Howard Davies commenting at the time it was an 'unofficial runner-up' at a lecture at LSE.

The Guardian selected it as one of the books that defined the decade. The novel became a million-copy international best-seller.

In , Davidson College assigned this book to all incoming freshmen as a topic for later discussion during Freshman Orientation.

This book kicked off the theme of the school's year, which focused on diversity. Louis gave the book to each of its incoming freshmen, as a part of the "Freshmen Reading Program.

View All Photos Movie Info. Mira Nair. Lydia Dean Pilcher. William Wheeler. Dec 5, Riz Ahmed Changez.

Liev Schreiber Bobby Lincoln. Kate Hudson Erica. Kiefer Sutherland Jim Cross. Om Puri Abu. Shabana Azmi Ammi. Haluk Bilginer Nazmi Kemal.

Martin Donovan Ludlow Cooper. Nelsan Ellis Wainwright. Adil Hussain Mustafa Fazil. Mira Nair Director. William Wheeler Screenwriter.

Lydia Dean Pilcher Producer. Declan Quinn Cinematographer. Shimit Amin Film Editor. Michael Andrews Original Music.

Michael Carlin Production Design. Ravi Srivastava Art Director. Russell Barnes Art Director. Mithva Krishen Set Decoration.

May 10, Rating: 2. May 10, Rating: C Full Review…. October 7, Rating: 2. August 12, Full Review…. August 8, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Jun 29, Bobby Lincoln Liev Schreiber , a journalist, has a lead in Changez Riz Ahmed , a professor with supposed ties to local militants.

Changez agrees to talk to Bobby but insists at starting at the beginning, like his being recruited out of Princeton University at Underwood Samson, a top investment firm, by Jim Cross Kiefer Sutherland, perhaps doing penance for playing America's favorite crypto-fascist in So much so, that the movie lacks any sense of urgency which is a definite problem concerning its framing device.

Look, I could listen to Riz Ahmed and Liev Schreiber shoot the breeze all day, but we really don't need to hear Changez talk so much about him having hot, sweaty sex with his artist girlfriend Erica Kate Hudson Walter M Super Reviewer.

Mar 08, A charismatic lead character and good production values, but the story just states the obvious and is rather pointless.

I also found the love story sub-plot quite implausible and boring. Ross C Super Reviewer. Dec 24, Man, that's a dull title, and you know what, the film itself isn't exactly the thriller they say it is.

Yeah, I can't help but notice that "political" thrillers use the actual term "thriller" loosely, even though I can't see too much political depth to an ostensibly lively tour of Walt Disney Studios.

Oh well, it's still nice to see Kate Hudson in something with some blasted integrity, although I can't help but hold a concern that she, as an actress who is practically seeking out commercial garbage to be in, latched onto this film when she realized that it starred a rapper, no realizing that it was only going to be Riz MC.

Man, with all due respect, let's settle it down our concern about the Islams in America and pay some attention to the Islams in Brits, because Riz Ahmed behaves as British as possible, yet is so brown that he decided to take up rapping.

Well, apparently people aren't talking about that period much anymore, because I'm not hearing anyone talk much about this film, and that's a shame, because with all of my joking about the pacing of this "thriller", it's reasonably engaging, no matter how much the flaws work to shake your investment.

It's hard to bring uniqueness to this frequently thoroughly explored subject matter at this point, and I must admit that there are refreshing touches, but not enough to fight a been-there-done-that feel, partly because this film takes plenty of time for you to develop that feeling.

Now, I've been joking and joking about how slow this film might be, but it does not feel nearly as draggy as I was fearing it would, due to a consistent degree of fair entertainment value, and yet, there is still some dragging on paper, as the minute runtime is achieved partly through excess material that still isn't fleshed out enough for the layers to converge as organically as they should.

Most all major plot layers here are worthy, but they bloat the narrative something fierce, until focal consistency is lost in a fashion that reflects a sense of overambition, which in turn reflects natural shortcomings.

This is a meaty story, sure, with limited punch, yet this still could have been a relatively strong drama if material wasn't further watered down by familiarity, pacing problems and, yes, even subtlety issues.

As I said earlier, there's no ignoring ambition, as it is reflected too much, not just within the narrative bloating that I mentioned earlier, but through subtlety issues in dramatic storytelling, as director Mira Nair's overtly passionate attention to important subject matter, while endearing and often genuinely effective, is generally with a limited genuineness that makes other challenges to your investment all the harder to disregard.

There are plenty of compelling elements throughout this dramatic pseudo-thriller, and they bring the final product to the brink of rewarding, but there's not enough weight to the strengths to overpower the weight of the shortcomings, of which there are enough to prevent the final product from being as memorable as it could have been, much less as effective as it wants to be.

Nevertheless, in spite of the questionability, this effort engages adequately, falling short of rewarding, but persevering as decent, and even aesthetically appealing.

Among the more unevenly played with elements in this somewhat narratively overblown drama is "Donnie Darko" soundtrack composer Michael Andrews' score, which is still very much worth waiting for, as conventional scoring elements go outweighed by a subtle, if not refreshingly stylish intensity that helps in capturing a sense of grit almost as consistently as the film's visual style.

Declan Quinn's cinematography is just as, if not more conventional than Andrews' score, with hardly any plays on lighting and coloring dynamicity, but also like Quinn's score, the photographic value of this subtly stylish drama engages, keeping a consistent look that is heavy, with an attractive ruggedness that further compliments the selling of this subject matter.

I can't really say that this film is all that stylistically special, but I suppose Rotten Tomatoes' consensus is right in saying that this film is "technically proficient", for if you can get past the shaky camera and other questionable, or at least limited technical touches, there's a stylistic sharpness to sustain engagement value, and therefore give you an opportunity to soak in an appreciation for this story.

Again, this story is a little too familiar for its own good, and its interpretation gets to be too heavy-handed for its own good, but this is still a pretty intriguing look at the prejudice on and development of an Islamic man in a country that was devastated by his people, carrying some sharp twists and turns to its cerebral thrills, backed by important thematic depths that are themselves backed by a compelling dramatic bite, sold by heartfelt direction that sustains enough momentum to pacing to keep dullness at bay and grace effective moments with kick.

Mira Nair's direction is flawed at times, but with all of my joking about slowness, it never loses entertainment value, even if the deeply compelling moments are few and far between, making sure that engagement never abates, and not without the help of some onscreen inspiration.

Acting is, as Rotten Tomatoes' consensus put it, "solid", with most everyone convincing thoroughly, especially Kate Hudson, - whose sense of vulnerability captures the depths of a free-spirited, but flawed woman who is trying to bury past mistakes as chances for a new life with a new lover develops - as well as leading man Riz Ahmed, whose humbling charisma, combined with subtly powerful dramatic layers sell the depths of an intellectual, ambitious and all around honorable man whose life and principles, just as they're beginning to take full form, go challenged by the suffering of and disdain from peers in a time of crisis that hits him about as hard as it hits many of the peers in question.

I kind of wish that there was more consistency to material for Ahmed to deliver on, but at the end of the day, I feel that Ahmed's lead performance is a strong one, and while that's not enough to carry dramatic effectiveness to a particularly rewarding point, the onscreen talent is a particularly bright reflection of the inspiration that gets this conceptually important drama to the brink of rewarding, even if it can't quite make that leap out of underwhelmingness.

In conclusion, unevenly draggy structuring to an overblown narrative and some heavy-handedness reflect limitations to conventional subject matter enough to prevent the final product from achieving a very rewarding status, to which it is brought close to on the backs of strong score work and cinematography, reasonably engaging inspiration to the directorial telling of an intriguing story, and strong performances, - particularly from Kate Hudson and relatively outstanding leading man Riz Ahmed - leaving Mira Nair's "The Reluctant Fundamentalist" to stand as a passably compelling, if improvable, intense meditation upon the impact recent Islamic conflicts have had on ostensibly good people of a certain type.

Cameron J Super Reviewer. Nov 14, A little long, and a little slow at times, but I like how this film showed different perspectives, demonstrated how things are not always as they seem, and how paranoia greatly interferes.

This is an interesting movie about the inner conflicts of a man who straddles two worlds. On one hand, he has bought into the American dream of wealth, status, luxury.

Yet his Pakistani roots with a modest family income, and meaningful work pull in the opposite direction.

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August 8, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Jun 29, Bobby Lincoln Liev Schreiber , a journalist, has a lead in Changez Riz Ahmed , a professor with supposed ties to local militants.

Changez agrees to talk to Bobby but insists at starting at the beginning, like his being recruited out of Princeton University at Underwood Samson, a top investment firm, by Jim Cross Kiefer Sutherland, perhaps doing penance for playing America's favorite crypto-fascist in So much so, that the movie lacks any sense of urgency which is a definite problem concerning its framing device.

Look, I could listen to Riz Ahmed and Liev Schreiber shoot the breeze all day, but we really don't need to hear Changez talk so much about him having hot, sweaty sex with his artist girlfriend Erica Kate Hudson Walter M Super Reviewer.

Mar 08, A charismatic lead character and good production values, but the story just states the obvious and is rather pointless.

I also found the love story sub-plot quite implausible and boring. Ross C Super Reviewer. Dec 24, Man, that's a dull title, and you know what, the film itself isn't exactly the thriller they say it is.

Yeah, I can't help but notice that "political" thrillers use the actual term "thriller" loosely, even though I can't see too much political depth to an ostensibly lively tour of Walt Disney Studios.

Oh well, it's still nice to see Kate Hudson in something with some blasted integrity, although I can't help but hold a concern that she, as an actress who is practically seeking out commercial garbage to be in, latched onto this film when she realized that it starred a rapper, no realizing that it was only going to be Riz MC.

Man, with all due respect, let's settle it down our concern about the Islams in America and pay some attention to the Islams in Brits, because Riz Ahmed behaves as British as possible, yet is so brown that he decided to take up rapping.

Well, apparently people aren't talking about that period much anymore, because I'm not hearing anyone talk much about this film, and that's a shame, because with all of my joking about the pacing of this "thriller", it's reasonably engaging, no matter how much the flaws work to shake your investment.

It's hard to bring uniqueness to this frequently thoroughly explored subject matter at this point, and I must admit that there are refreshing touches, but not enough to fight a been-there-done-that feel, partly because this film takes plenty of time for you to develop that feeling.

Now, I've been joking and joking about how slow this film might be, but it does not feel nearly as draggy as I was fearing it would, due to a consistent degree of fair entertainment value, and yet, there is still some dragging on paper, as the minute runtime is achieved partly through excess material that still isn't fleshed out enough for the layers to converge as organically as they should.

Most all major plot layers here are worthy, but they bloat the narrative something fierce, until focal consistency is lost in a fashion that reflects a sense of overambition, which in turn reflects natural shortcomings.

This is a meaty story, sure, with limited punch, yet this still could have been a relatively strong drama if material wasn't further watered down by familiarity, pacing problems and, yes, even subtlety issues.

As I said earlier, there's no ignoring ambition, as it is reflected too much, not just within the narrative bloating that I mentioned earlier, but through subtlety issues in dramatic storytelling, as director Mira Nair's overtly passionate attention to important subject matter, while endearing and often genuinely effective, is generally with a limited genuineness that makes other challenges to your investment all the harder to disregard.

There are plenty of compelling elements throughout this dramatic pseudo-thriller, and they bring the final product to the brink of rewarding, but there's not enough weight to the strengths to overpower the weight of the shortcomings, of which there are enough to prevent the final product from being as memorable as it could have been, much less as effective as it wants to be.

Nevertheless, in spite of the questionability, this effort engages adequately, falling short of rewarding, but persevering as decent, and even aesthetically appealing.

Among the more unevenly played with elements in this somewhat narratively overblown drama is "Donnie Darko" soundtrack composer Michael Andrews' score, which is still very much worth waiting for, as conventional scoring elements go outweighed by a subtle, if not refreshingly stylish intensity that helps in capturing a sense of grit almost as consistently as the film's visual style.

Declan Quinn's cinematography is just as, if not more conventional than Andrews' score, with hardly any plays on lighting and coloring dynamicity, but also like Quinn's score, the photographic value of this subtly stylish drama engages, keeping a consistent look that is heavy, with an attractive ruggedness that further compliments the selling of this subject matter.

I can't really say that this film is all that stylistically special, but I suppose Rotten Tomatoes' consensus is right in saying that this film is "technically proficient", for if you can get past the shaky camera and other questionable, or at least limited technical touches, there's a stylistic sharpness to sustain engagement value, and therefore give you an opportunity to soak in an appreciation for this story.

Again, this story is a little too familiar for its own good, and its interpretation gets to be too heavy-handed for its own good, but this is still a pretty intriguing look at the prejudice on and development of an Islamic man in a country that was devastated by his people, carrying some sharp twists and turns to its cerebral thrills, backed by important thematic depths that are themselves backed by a compelling dramatic bite, sold by heartfelt direction that sustains enough momentum to pacing to keep dullness at bay and grace effective moments with kick.

Mira Nair's direction is flawed at times, but with all of my joking about slowness, it never loses entertainment value, even if the deeply compelling moments are few and far between, making sure that engagement never abates, and not without the help of some onscreen inspiration.

Acting is, as Rotten Tomatoes' consensus put it, "solid", with most everyone convincing thoroughly, especially Kate Hudson, - whose sense of vulnerability captures the depths of a free-spirited, but flawed woman who is trying to bury past mistakes as chances for a new life with a new lover develops - as well as leading man Riz Ahmed, whose humbling charisma, combined with subtly powerful dramatic layers sell the depths of an intellectual, ambitious and all around honorable man whose life and principles, just as they're beginning to take full form, go challenged by the suffering of and disdain from peers in a time of crisis that hits him about as hard as it hits many of the peers in question.

I kind of wish that there was more consistency to material for Ahmed to deliver on, but at the end of the day, I feel that Ahmed's lead performance is a strong one, and while that's not enough to carry dramatic effectiveness to a particularly rewarding point, the onscreen talent is a particularly bright reflection of the inspiration that gets this conceptually important drama to the brink of rewarding, even if it can't quite make that leap out of underwhelmingness.

In conclusion, unevenly draggy structuring to an overblown narrative and some heavy-handedness reflect limitations to conventional subject matter enough to prevent the final product from achieving a very rewarding status, to which it is brought close to on the backs of strong score work and cinematography, reasonably engaging inspiration to the directorial telling of an intriguing story, and strong performances, - particularly from Kate Hudson and relatively outstanding leading man Riz Ahmed - leaving Mira Nair's "The Reluctant Fundamentalist" to stand as a passably compelling, if improvable, intense meditation upon the impact recent Islamic conflicts have had on ostensibly good people of a certain type.

Cameron J Super Reviewer. Nov 14, A little long, and a little slow at times, but I like how this film showed different perspectives, demonstrated how things are not always as they seem, and how paranoia greatly interferes.

This is an interesting movie about the inner conflicts of a man who straddles two worlds. On one hand, he has bought into the American dream of wealth, status, luxury.

Yet his Pakistani roots with a modest family income, and meaningful work pull in the opposite direction. Well crafted, beautifully acted Cynthia S Super Reviewer.

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Views Read Edit View history. After graduating from Princeton University , he vacationed in Greece with fellow Princetonians, where he met Erica, an aspiring writer.

He was instantly smitten by her, but his feelings remained almost unrequited because she was still grieving over the death of her childhood sweetheart Chris, who succumbed to lung cancer.

After a date, they return to his place and he proceeds to have sex with her, but stops because her emotional attachment to Chris prevents her from becoming aroused.

After this incident there is an interlude where neither contacts each other. But soon they go on another date, after which they have sex when Changez convinces Erica to close her eyes and fantasize that she is with Chris.

Though Changez is satisfied at this development in their relationship, this irreversibly damages their relationship. Soon she begins treatment in a mental institution.

He notices she is physically emaciated and no longer her former self. After this meeting he travels to Chile on an assignment.

When he returns to meet her, it is found that she has left the institution and her clothes were found near the Hudson River. Officially she is stated as a missing person, as her body has not been found.

In his professional life, he impresses his peers and gets earmarked by his superiors for his work, especially Jim, the person who recruited him, develops a good rapport with him, and holds him in high esteem.

In Chile, he is very distracted due to developments in the world and, responding to the parabolic suggestion of the publisher his company is there to assess which would lead to its breakup , he visits the nearby preserved home of the late left-wing poet Pablo Neruda and comes to see himself as a servant of the American empire that has constantly interfered with and manipulated his homeland.

He returns from Chile to New York without completing the assignment and ends up losing his job. Politically, Changez is surprised by his own reaction to the September 11th attacks.

He observes the air of suspicion towards Pakistanis. Changez, due to his privileged position in society, is not among those detained or otherwise abused, but he notices a change in his treatment in public.

To express solidarity with his countrymen after his trip to Chile, he starts to grow a beard. After the Indian Parliament attack , India and Pakistan mobilize leading to a standoff.

Noticing the US response to this situation, he has an epiphany that his country is being used as a pawn. With no job, an expiring visa and no reason to stay in the United States, he moves back to Lahore.

After returning to Lahore, he becomes a professor of finance at the local university. His experience and insight in world issues gains his admiration among students.

As a result, he becomes a mentor to large groups of students on various issues.

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