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Neil Young: Dead ManDead Man ein Film von Jim Jarmusch mit Johnny Depp, Gary Farmer. Inhaltsangabe: Im Jahr reist der junge William Blake (Johnny Depp) mit dem Zug. Films "Dead Man" von Jim Jarmusch. Psyche – Z Psycho-Anal 61 (). 2 In: Begleitheft zur Deutschen Erstaufführung, Januar , Pandora-. „The guy reached down into some deep place inside him to create such strong music.“ Johnny Depp, Hauptdarsteller von „Dead Man“, leiht seine.
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Rate This. On the run after murdering a man, accountant William Blake encounters a strange aboriginal American man named Nobody who prepares him for his journey into the spiritual world.
Director: Jim Jarmusch. Writer: Jim Jarmusch. Some luggage carts at airports and exercise treadmills have this feature. In the case of treadmills, the dead man's switch usually consists of an external magnet attached to a cord that clips to the user.
If the user falls or walks away without turning off the treadmill, the switch cuts power to the treadmill belt. Strategic Air Command developed a dead man's switch for its nuclear bombers, known as Special Weapons Emergency Separation System SWESS , that ensured the nuclear payload detonated in the event of the crew becoming incapacitated through enemy action.
The purpose of this device, unlike other examples mentioned above, was fail-deadly rather than fail-safe.
Once armed, the system would detonate the onboard nuclear weapons if the aircraft dropped below a predetermined level,  typically due to being shot down.
The main safety failing with the basic dead man's system is the possibility of the operating device being held permanently in position, either deliberately or accidentally.
Vigilance control was developed to detect this condition by requiring that the dead man's device be released momentarily and re-applied at timed intervals.
There has also been a proposal to introduce a similar system to automotive cruise controls [ citation needed ]. A hybrid between a dead man's switch and a vigilance control device is a dead-man's vigilance device.
Software versions of dead man's switches are generally only used by people with technical expertise, and can serve several purposes, such as sending a notification to friends or deleting and encrypting data.
The "non-event" triggering these can be almost anything, such as failing to log in for 7 consecutive days, not responding to an automated e-mail, ping , a GPS -enabled telephone not moving for a period of time, or merely failing to type a code within a few minutes of a computer's boot.
An example of a software-based dead man's switch is one which starts when the computer boots up and can encrypt or delete user-specified data if an unauthorized user should ever gain access to the protected computer.
Google's Inactive Account Manager  allows the account holder to nominate someone else to access their services if not used for an extended period the default is three months.
An example of a software-based dead man's switch is deadswitch. Many spacecraft use a form of dead man's switch to guard against command system failures.
A timer is established that is normally reset by the receipt of any valid command including one whose sole function is to reset the timer.
The spacecraft may also enter a safe mode to protect itself while waiting for further commands. While having some similarities to a dead man's switch, this type of device a command loss timer is not actually a dead man's switch, because it aims to recover from a hardware failure rather than the absence of human operators.
It is generally called a watchdog timer , and is also used extensively in nuclear power control systems. System components on a spacecraft that put it into a safe mode or cause it to execute default behaviors when no command is received within a predefined time window can be considered a dead man's switch, but hardware or software that attempts to receive a command from human operators through an alternate channel is an auto-recovering or adaptive communications system, not a dead man's switch.
Voyager 2 recovered from a command receiver failure with a command loss timer. In most trains, a basic level of protection is provided by a "Deadman's handle" or pedal.
If the driver is taken ill and releases this, the power will be shut off and an emergency brake application will be initiated to stop the train.
More recent safety standards do not consider this to be adequate, as the driver may slump over the deadman's handle and continue to hold it down even though they are not capable of controlling the train.
Modern trains overcome this risk with the addition of a vigilance system  to the deadman's system. A buzzer or bell sounds every minute or so in order to alert the motorman or engineer.
If they do not respond by moving a controller, or releasing and then re-applying the deadman's handle, the system will automatically initiate an emergency brake application.
Most major rail systems in the world use this equipment, both in their freight and passenger operations.
It is also used on the R and other New York City Subway cars while under CBTC operation. In the US, older locomotives produced before do not carry this feature, but given the modular nature of the system it is not uncommon to find them retrofitted.
Some airplanes use vigilance control to minimize hypoxia ; descending to lower altitude if the pilot is unresponsive. In , the Garmin G became the first general aviation avionics suite capable of automatically diverting an aircraft to the nearest airport and landing it in the event a pilot fails to interact with the aircraft's controls or respond to system prompts.
Neils Arden Oplev the original Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and currently shooting Stephen King's Under the Dome peels back layer after layer to reveal ever-rawer characters and emotions in Dead Man Down.
It isn't just about unfolding the story, though he does so beautifully, it is more about filling out the characters carefully so that we understand what makes them tick.
No, what makes them angry. There are some severely damaged characters on display here but their emotions, their actions, come across as not just understandable but entirely justified.
Forget petty crooks with violent whims, Victor and Beatrice have given serious thought to their revenge but that doesn't make them shallow or irredeemable.
While Victor bubbles along in a coldly, organized manner, Beatrice rages under her skin. On the surface she is the cool cat but the confusion, the maelstrom of rage, bitterness and loss, swirls within her so that she is potentially dangerous to herself and Victor.
In Farrell's case, he has so many under-performing films London Boulevard, Tigerland and the odd turkey Total Recall on his CV that it is easy to forget that he is generally on very fine form.
Don't believe me? There's no Nicolas Cage-type ranting, just a considered, quiet violence to his Alphonse. Dominic Cooper slips along in Dead Man Down, not at all unremarkable, but just another fine actor and a superbly cast film.
As Darcy, another of Alphonse's mob and friend of the traitorous Victor, he comes across as a good ish guy who's unfortunate to be caught up in entirely the wrong job in the wrong place at the wrong time.
He doesn't steal scenes here but he fills them out, he completes them, knowing his place in the hierarchy of the mob and his billing in the film.
Oplev has crafted a very fine thriller indeed. The drama excites, the explosions scorch the skin but what makes Dead Man Down stand above so many others in the genre I'm talking to you, Welcome to the Punch is not the ramped up action but the stillness and the time and care he takes over his characters and the setting of the atmosphere.
He allows us time to enjoy the clinking of ice-cubes in glasses as Victor and Beatrice consider each other and, strangely for a director of an action flick, allows the dialogue to do the talking rather than the gunshots and the car chases.
Dead Man Down is at times gentle but always thrilling and the pauses in the action don't ever detract from the pace. Conversely, they make it more intense and a film that truly deserves to register at the box office in spite of the big-buck, megastar vehicles of Iron Man 3 and Star Trek Into Darkness.
I fear it will be another 'underperforming' film on Farrell's CV, but don't for a minute confuse that with being a flop. The dead man might be down but he definitely isn't out.
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Fandango Media. The black and white photography by Robby Muller is a series of monochromes in which the brave new land of the West already betrays a certain loneliness.
Farmer brings to theIndian a sweetness and a curious contemporary air he talks like a new age guru , and Depp is sad and lost as the opposite of Nobody -- which is, I fear, Everyman.
A mood might have developed here, had it not been for the unfortunate score by Neil Young , which for the film's final 30 minutes sounds like nothing so much as a man repeatedly dropping his guitar.
Jim Jarmusch is trying to get at something here, and I don't have a clue what it is. Are the machines of the East going to destroy the nature of the West?
Is the white man doomed, and is the Indian his spiritual guide to the farther shore? Should you avoid any town that can't use another accountant?
Watching the film, I was reminded of the original William Blake's visionary drawings and haunting poems. Leaving the theater, I came home and took down my Blake and spent a very pleasant half-hour.
So the evening was not a loss. Roger Ebert was the film critic of the Chicago Sun-Times from until his death in