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Age of Uprising: The Legend of Michael Kohlhaas

Michael Kohlhaas

Directed by Arnaud des Pallières
France, Germany, 2013
Drama, History


Well-to-do horse merchant Michael Kohlhaas is a loving family man leading a peaceful existence until a ruthless nobleman steals his horses. Kohlhaas resorts to extremes after these crimes destroy his livelihood, igniting a rampage through the countryside in his quest for justice.

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Age of Uprising: The Legend of Michael Kohlhaas Directed by Arnaud des Pallières

Awards & Festivals

César Awards

2014 | 2 wins including: Best Original Music

2014 | 4 nominations including: Best Actor

Critics reviews

If blasting the back-to-work blues via frothy entertainment is the name of your cinematic game then it’s probably best to give this austere feudal revenge drama a miss. Director Arnaud des Pallières’s humourless two-hour chronicle of 16th century horse trader, Michael Kohlhaas (Mads Mikkelsen), is dark to the point where faces often disappear into shadowy cinematographyand in that none of the characters smile.
January 02, 2014
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It’s a staid, overly sedate film that every so often erupts with controlled intensity (most notably in a lengthy scene featuring the great Denis Lavant as an argumentative cleric), and one could argue that the highs wouldn’t be nearly as effective were they not offset by corresponding lows. I think the Pixies wrote that brief.
May 25, 2013
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Arnaud de Pallieres’s film succeeds neither as a decent adaptation of the book nor as a rewarding movie in its own right. Transplanting the action from Germany to the Cevennes and almost exclusively using exterior locations was an unwise move, and though Pallieres has spoken of his desire to make a kind of western, the changes simply highlight the way he has stripped down the original narrative.
May 24, 2013
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