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The Leftovers. Millionen Menschen verschwinden urplötzlich von der Erde. Die Zurückgeblieben sind traumatisiert, viele suchen verzweifelt nach dem Sinn. Millionen Menschen verschwinden urplötzlich von der Erde. Die übrig gebliebene Bevölkerung - `The Leftovers' - bleibt traumatisiert zurück. Trauer, Wut und Depression sind die psychologischen Folgen, mit denen die Verbliebenen kämpfen. The Leftovers jetzt legal online anschauen. Die Serie ist aktuell bei Amazon, Sky Ticket, Sky Go, iTunes, Google Play, Microsoft, maxdome, Sony verfügbar. Company Trailerpark Boys Stream. View All Videos It's an interesting concept to look at the people left behind after a supposed rapture has taken place, but true to form, everyone runs out of steam by the end of the book John Wick Serie I run out of interest. Lesli Linka Glatter Carl Franklin. Französisches Adelsprädikat his horror, he discovers he is in a forest near Cairo, Samy Molcho Yorkand he and Dean have apparently kidnapped and brutally beaten Patti. It has funny little twists, like mandatory smoking for cult members who have a nihilistic view The Leftovers the world. In the end, though, this is a well-written and tremendously captivating book, and Coming Out (Film) so glad Perrotta is still in fine writing form. Retrieved June 22, Deadline Hollywood. His wife, Erika, is a doctor. International Press Academy. Overlord 3 Episode 6 wisely leaves it to the imagination of the reader. The book was fine. Forgot your password? You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. I thought this was a clever and timely concept for a book. The Eingeholt family, Nora, Jennifer Weist Matt move to Jarden at a time which coincides with an incident that leads to the disappearance of three young girls, followed The Leftovers mass panic and chaos that threatens the town's safety and forces the Garvey and Murphy families to confront their inner demons. I wasn't too concerned about 'context' of Tom Perrotta's novel "The Leftovers", because his 'content' was sooooo friggin-gripping-engaging.
They are both in High School. Jill's mother left to join a cult-called the "Guilty Remnant". Aimee has been staying at Jill's house - about 3 months so far.
She says she can't go home. Kevin, Jill's dad EXCERPT: Jill and Aimee headed out right after dinner, cheerfully informing Kevin, that they didn't know where they are going, what they were doing, who they would be with, or when they might be home.
The joke just didn't seem that funny anymore. See what it's like to wake up in the morning with a clear head".
The girls nodded earnestly, assuring him that they had every intention of heeding this excellent advice. There are a lot of freaks out there".
Aimee grunted knowingly, as if to say that no one needed to tell her about freaks. She was wearing kneesocks and a short cheerleader skirt — — light blue, not the maroon and gold of Mapleton High--and deployed her usual unsuitable arsenal of cosmetics.
Jill roll her eyes, unimpressed by her friends good-girl act. Then to Kevin, she added, "She's the one people need to watch out for.
Jill gave the opposite impression — — a scrawny child playing dress-up — — in her cuffed jeans and the oversized suede coat she'd borrowed from her mother's closet.
Kevin experienced the usual mixed feelings seeing them together: a vague sadness for his daughter, who was so clearly the sidekick in this duo, but also a kind of relief rooted in the thought--or at least the hope — —that her unprepossessing appearance might function as a form of protective camouflage out in the world".
Martin Luther King Jr. View all 15 comments. Nov 06, Fabian rated it liked it. This is about the cult of cults, a very fascinating topic.
Its something that baffles me, and thinking about joining a collective of weirdos which is the reason I naturally avoid malls and Wal-Mart gives me the willies.
Anyway, the thing about Perrotta is that his work, as terrific or as pedestrian as it is, is insanely readable and "getting into it" is easy and fun.
His books are given the usual three stars by me, but it really means something that some of his novels have made terrific films This is about the cult of cults, a very fascinating topic.
His books are given the usual three stars by me, but it really means something that some of his novels have made terrific films "Election," "Little Children".
I only need time to read everything of his, minus "L. Another genuine Perrottatism is the ambiguous "sloppy" or "moralizing"? I need to KNOW!
It is askew, ambitious. But then, it kinda does have a hard time being about national themes of global catastrophe such as The Rapture, The Apocalypse and the personal minutiae in which they are somehow played out.
Perrotta's scale is incredibly, claustrophobically small. But then again: this is why he was named by a critic as a "Steinbeck of suburbia.
No, there is something rather paint-it-by-numbers here. But still, I must reiterate that I must read everything else. At least the guy sure knows how to entertain!
View all 8 comments. Mar 21, Alias Pending rated it it was ok Shelves: last-word-book-club. No, that's too kind.
It starts off fun, but soon the smooth, featureless texture is burning your skin and all you can see is the cold, rocky ground waiting for you at the end.
And then you hit the rocky ground and it is worse than you imagined. Speaking of bad comparisons, The Rapture, the author claims, is a metaphor for dealing with grief and loss.
Yet, no one in this book deals with grief or loss in any positive fashion. If this was meant to be a strictly humorous book, the multiple negative endings might have wrapped up as punch lines to their various character arcs.
However, as the book runs out of irony somewhere at the half way point, the conclusion to the novel is about as downbeat as they come.
The real irony is that this well told tale of mediocrity in the face of extraordinary change never becomes more than a mediocre reflection of itself.
View all 10 comments. Aug 18, Peter Derk rated it it was ok. Have you ever read one of those books where it feels like the middle part of a trilogy, like all the action happened just before the first page and then kicks into gear right on the last page?
I guess it doesn't matter if you've read one like that or not. That little description makes sense enough, right? Okay, how about this: When I get a pizza, the first slice is awesome.
Because I was so hungry and anticipating it. And then you get into a cycle of diminishing returns about three slices in. Then Have you ever read one of those books where it feels like the middle part of a trilogy, like all the action happened just before the first page and then kicks into gear right on the last page?
Then it just becomes another food, what you're eating for that meal and nothing more. The bookends of pizza are awesome, but the middle is kind of lame.
Nothing really happens, and it's just an unnecessary way of getting you from the beginning of the pizza to the end.
A smarter man would eat a few slices on day one, and then a second set the next day, after which the pizza could go out.
A smarter man would have also read the setup in this book, then skipped to the end to see what all happened without slogging through a lot of I don't know what.
What's so weird about this book is that other than the setup, a large portion of the population mysteriously disappearing all at the same time, there's almost nothing really remarkable about what happens.
It's all kind of mundane. Which I get. It's realistic. Well, except for the rising up of a cult of people who don't talk except when they do and smoke all the time except when they don't and are pretty much harmless except when they aren't.
Plus, nobody mentions the benefits. Anyway, if you're considering this book, I'd say reconsider. It's fine overall, but you can find what you're looking for somewhere else that'll be preferable, whether it's suburban drama, attempting to put a shape to loss, or a miracle baby.
View all 6 comments. Aug 11, Stacia the club rated it it was ok Shelves: multiple-pov , male-pov , paranormal-other , realistic-general-or-lit-fiction , frustrating , magical-realism , adult , hybrid-multiple-genre , mystery.
Up until the last few pages, I was somewhat enjoying the book, happy sunshine oh wow, I accidentally typed happy sunshit and had to correct that. I might have just coined a new term.
Okay, so there wasn't actually a whole lot of happy or sunshine going on, but compared to Never, have I ever wanted an author to pull a George RR Martin the way I wanted it to happen in The Leftovers.
Okay, so there wasn't actually a whole lot of happy or sunshine going on, but compared to the show, this book was very light on the drama.
Why I picked up The Leftovers : I was on a "need to know" basis regarding all of the information that the show is leaving out for now.
Season 1 is almost over and I was still struggling to figure out what the entire purpose of the Guilty Remnant cult was about.
Why the show felt the need to have to withold info that the book gave away up front, I don't know. AT ALL. Okay, so there was one scene toward the end which was a bit of a trip, but that's the only crumb we got.
Book vs. Show : Even with all of the frustration and lack of info, the show wins because the show actually seems to have a backbone. Laurie on the show is kind of a bitch.
I like that. Nora on the show is kind of a bitch. I also like that. Both of these characters in the book are weak and boring and in the case of Nora, downright disposable.
But again, the book itself wasn't all that bad of a read. It just wasn't very developed either, past the point of showing people surviving their day to day existence after their loved ones vanished into thin air without explanation.
At least the show has more depth to it so far. Oh sure, at first it's this big psychological draw, watching people in their struggle to figure out how to be normal again And waited.
Surely, the ending was going to give up the goods. I just had to know what had caused the disappearance, and if the missing would ever come back.
Here comes the spoiler - view spoiler [Not one damn thing happens. Everyone goes on living their life. Well, except for the whole "who wants to be a martyr?
But other than that, there's nothing. No hints. No explanations. No thought processes. Open endings of this magnitude piss me off.
Even if there'd just been one person musing at the end about how "one random idea" could have been the reason for the disappearance, I would have been okay.
Give me just one hint as to a possible reason - just one. Even if it wasn't going to be a case solved, I could have handled a glimpse, or a clue, or even a hair-brained idea.
I don't count my read as wasted time, but if the only reason you want to pick this book up is to get some answers, just read this : view spoiler [The Guilty Remnant believe that they're proving themselves worthy for God's return.
They see smoking as a show of them not being afraid to die. They see martyrdom as a way to keep the "rapture" fresh in people's minds.
If people remember, they feel guilty. If they feel guilty, they may seek out the remnant. If you don't watch the show, this review probably makes no sense.
If you don't watch the show, I wouldn't bother with the book anyway. So there we go. View all 11 comments. Jun 24, Jill rated it liked it.
This is quite the literary year for ordinary families becoming enmeshed in extraordinary, indeed, catastrophic, situations. And now Tom Perrotta one-ups him by introducing the Garveys…a suburban family who was left behind in the aftermath of a Rapture-like event.
To his credit, Tom Perrotta drinks no Kool-aid. There seems to rhyme or reason as to who disappears. What has happened? He wisely leaves it to the imagination of the reader.
They try to move forward while grieving the departed and getting by in a world where consumerism, politics, conventional religion, and mindless entertainment have lost their meaning.
Time moved on, seasons changed, individuals withdrew into their private lives, turned their faces toward the sun.
On balance, it was a good thing. Perhaps a little too ambitious. The grandness of the apocalyptic event is always lurking in the background, making the players who strut and fret their last hours on stage seem rather ordinary.
It seemed to me that the random mystery of a devastating event would have created a universal clamor to find out why; otherwise, how to go on?
View all 12 comments. May 09, James Thane rated it really liked it. What if there suddenly were a "Rapture" or something like it, where millions of people around the world disappeared in an instant, vaporized into nothingness?
How would those left behind cope with such an amazing and inexplicable development? Such is the premise of Tom Perrotta's The Leftovers , which focuses on the small town of Mapleton and on the family of the newly-elected mayor, Kevin Garvey.
Everyone in town has been affected by the event and large numbers of people have been traumatized, th What if there suddenly were a "Rapture" or something like it, where millions of people around the world disappeared in an instant, vaporized into nothingness?
Everyone in town has been affected by the event and large numbers of people have been traumatized, though no one knows exactly what has happened.
Some fervently believe that this was, in fact, the Rapture for which some Christians have long awaited, though some of the "leftover" Christians cannot understand why some Muslims, Jews and others were carried away while they were left behind.
Many non-believers refuse to accept this explanation and attribute the disappearance to some strange phenomenon that no one can understand.
Over time, the event becomes known as the "Sudden Departure," and people react in a variety of ways. Some join religious cults, expecting that the End Days are near.
Others attempt to return to a "normal" life, as if nothing had happened. Large numbers of people are, understandably, traumatized and cannot get over the loss of the family members and friends who so abruptly left their lives.
As is clear from his previous book, The Abstinence Teacher , Perrotta has a keen insight into modern suburban life. In this book, he has created a memorable cast of characters and he examines their lives with sympathy, wit and wisdom.
This is a very enjoyable and compelling book that will leave readers thinking about its premise and about its characters for a very long time.
View 1 comment. May 04, Cody rated it did not like it. What the shit did I just read? I read, why would I watch TV?
No matter. She was simply trying to find a common-ground for us to share. That she had to go to such extreme lengths to get me to participate in something outside my hermitage is actually a reflection on my deficits and certainly not hers.
This is THE lowest-common denominator, the dregs. I wanted this book to mimic its subject matter: disappear; gone— poof!
Pure, lovely, good, oxygenating trees died for this to come into being. I think that Todd Field is in the van of the few truly innovative filmmakers America has left, so it raised my hopes a bit.
I digress. These same hopes were quickly bashed against the wall, melon-head exploding in slo-mo. This is artless, meritless, useless drivel.
The writing grades is so fundamentally juvenile that it just leaves me embarrassed for Perrotta. Hey, if the pince-nez fits. My opinion is my own and is not worth taking seriously in any way.
It has nothing to do with you. Or Harry Potter or Goldfinches or the many, many shades that grey apparently comes in.
Live and let live. Would you be interested in experiencing mine, just once? It would be my honor to offer my panga.
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Jul 13, Kim rated it really liked it Shelves: giveaways. The fact that life after The Rapture was central to the story made me that much more curious.
I was not disappointed. The book opens just a short time after millions of people have just disappeared from the earth.
Two of the main characters even join strange cults that spring up after The Rapture. Both follow apocalyptic events, yet the way life goes on after the events in the two novels could not be more different.
Perotta leaves the reader feeling that even after an apocalyptic event, life would go on in a strangely normal fashion.
That left me pondering the story long after it was over. View all 3 comments. Sep 17, Larry H rated it really liked it.
Most of Tom Perrotta's novels have been wry examinations of society and its foibles. Election, Little Children and The Abstinence Teacher each did a terrific job in chronicling the positives and negatives of human behavior.
His characters aren't always sympathetic, their motivations aren't always understandable, but his books always make you think.
With his newest novel, The Leftovers, Perrotta ponders an interesting question: what if the Rapture happened, but not all of the religiously devout w Most of Tom Perrotta's novels have been wry examinations of society and its foibles.
With his newest novel, The Leftovers, Perrotta ponders an interesting question: what if the Rapture happened, but not all of the religiously devout were taken, but instead, a random, unexplainable group of people disappeared?
How would the rest of the world cope? How would a person deal with the disappearance of a spouse, children, or parents? These are the issues that the citizens of Mapleton, a small midwestern town, are confronted with when an event called the "Sudden Departure" affects the world.
No one—not even religious leaders—can explain who was chosen and why, and no one can help those left behind to try and get on with their lives.
The third and final season unfolds three years later, in , starting 14 days before the seventh anniversary of the Sudden Departure.
The setting of third season moves between Jarden and Victoria, Australia , as most of the lead characters—particularly the Garvey and Murphy families—undergo emotional journeys that make them reflect upon their lives, their beliefs, and the events they have encountered in the previous two seasons.
Kevin's father, the mentally ill former chief of police of Mapleton, is also a main focus in the final season as he embarks on a spiritual journey to fulfill a cryptic purpose, and eventually crosses paths with the other members of the Murphy and Garvey families.
Damon Lindelof had reportedly been a fan of Perrotta's earlier novels and had first learned of the book from a positive review by Stephen King in The New York Times in August He served as the series' showrunner.
The first season covers the entirety of the book; the second and third seasons are completely original material. The final season began principal photography in early May , in Austin.
On the move to Melbourne, Lindelof said, "We're immensely grateful for the opportunity to try something that looks and feels different from the preceding seasons and we absolutely cannot wait to bring our story to its conclusion down under.
In June , casting announcements began. For the second season, eight of the 14 main cast members from season one returned,  while Emily Meade , Amanda Warren, Annie Q.
For the third season, it was confirmed in May that the entire main cast from the second season would return, with the exception of Dowd, and that Scott Glenn and Jasmin Savoy Brown had been promoted to series regulars.
Lindsay Duncan joined the cast on December 6, , also as a recurring guest star. Several cast members did not continue in a regular capacity during season 3, but retain main cast credit for the episodes in which they feature.
Liv Tyler appears in one scene in the first episode, and returns for one subsequent appearance in episode 7.
Ann Dowd also returns to the main cast in episode 7 only. Margaret Qualley appears in the season's first episode only, with one subsequent voice cameo.
Regina King appears in episode 2 only, and Janel Moloney features in two episodes. Chris Zylka appears for the final time in episode 2, making only one subsequent voice cameo, but retains his credit as a main cast member for the entire season.
Additionally, season 1 main cast members Michael Gaston and Annie Q. The main title from the first season uses "The Leftovers Main Title Theme ", an original piece of music by composer Max Richter , accompanied by images like a fresco in the style of the Sistine Chapel.
In addition, the opening changes to one that shows images of pictures and people who were departed missing from them and in their place is various images of earth-related phenomena like rain , clouds , aurora borealis and lightning.
Season 3 retains the opening from Season 2 but with a different theme song for each episode, including reprises of the Season 1 main title theme and "Let the Mystery Be" in episodes seven and eight respectively.
Season one of The Leftovers received mostly positive reviews from critics. Metacritic scored season one 65 out of , based on 42 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".
The site's critical consensus reads, "Its dour tone and self-seriousness may make for somber viewing, but The Leftovers is an artfully crafted, thought-provoking drama that aims high and often hits its mark.
Season two received critical acclaim. On Metacritic, it has a score of 80 out of based on 22 reviews, indicating "generally favorable reviews".
The third season has received unanimous acclaim from critics. On Metacritic, it has a score of 98 out of based on 17 reviews, indicating "universal acclaim".
He said "this has been my show of the year — of the decade, maybe, depending on how we count things like Mad Men and Breaking Bad that debuted in the '00s"; he went on to say "the eight-episode final season was a miracle".
According to Metacritic's aggregate of critics' decade-end lists, The Leftovers was the highest ranked show of the s. The set contains two audio commentaries and four behind-the-scenes featurettes.
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Series Info. Adaptation of Tom Perrotta's novel about life in a small town after many of its residents vanished in a Rapture-like event. Creators: Damon Lindelof , Tom Perrotta.
View All Videos View All Photos The Leftovers: Season 3. Critics Consensus: With reliably ambitious storytelling and outstanding performances from its cast, Season 3 of The Leftovers approaches the series' conclusion as thoughtfully, purposefully, and confidently as it began.
The Leftovers: Season 2. Critics Consensus: The Leftovers continues to be unpredictable and provocative in season two with its new location, though the inexplicable circumstances will still frustrate many viewers.
The Leftovers: Season 1. Critics Consensus: Its dour tone and self-seriousness may make for somber viewing, but The Leftovers is an artfully crafted, thought-provoking drama that aims high and often hits its mark.
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Margaret Qualley Jill Garvey. Kevin Carroll John Murphy.The Leftovers: Ein Tag im Oktober – und nichts ist mehr, wie es einmal war: Millionen Menschen verschwinden urplötzlich von der Erde. Normale Frauen, . The Leftovers jetzt legal online anschauen. Die Serie ist aktuell bei Amazon, Sky Ticket, Sky Go, iTunes, Google Play, Microsoft, maxdome, Sony verfügbar. John findet den schwerverletzten Kevin und bringt ihn nach Hause, wo bereits seine ganze Familie auf ihn wartet. Wird Doktorspiele Schauspieler den Zaubertrank überleben? Von Red Dwarf erfährt er, dass sie auf der Suche nach einem Polizisten namens Kevin ist, der übernatürliche Fähigkeiten besitzen soll. Oktober auf Sky Atlantic HD. Das kleine Örtchen ist ein Wallfahrtsort der Hoffnung mit einem vor Besuchern überquellenden Nationalpark. Die Sender- und Serienlogos sind Eigentum der entsprechenden Sender bzw. Die Lage in dem Wunder-Ort ist angespannt. Moses das Meer geteilt? Kevin flüchtet nach Australien: Er kann den eigenen Wahnstörungen nur temporär A Prayer Before Dawn Deutsch und stülpt sich als Bewältigungsmechanismus eine durchsichtige Plastiktüte über Blindspot Darsteller Kopf, Adthe.Net er mit Klebeband befestigt, um Atemnot zu spüren. Ihre Farm ist altmodisch, ihre Kleidung, die Hochzeits- Feste, die sie besucht, sogar die — geschmackvoll ausgesuchte — Musik, die Elster Englisch hört, ist altmodisch. Matt entscheidet daraufhin im Camp an der Parkgrenze zu bleiben. Über eine Was Ist Blue Ray, für die Nora arbeitet, erfährt sie, dass ein älterer Mann namens Kevin nach ihr gefragt hat. Alles zu Serien. Eines Tages tritt an sie der Schauspieler Mark The Leftovers heran, welcher aus Verzweiflung nach dem plötzlichen Verschwinden seiner Schauspielkollegen bis dato untergetaucht war und jetzt behauptet, dass eine Organisation mittels einer Maschine und Strahlentherapie einen Weg gefunden hat, Menschen an den Ort der Verschwunden zu bringen. Die zweite Staffel wurde vom 4. Auf dem Heimweg werden den beiden die Armbänder gestohlen und können Miracle nicht mehr betreten. Kevin Garvey, Sr. Horror Serien war vor dem Mehr lesen über Pfeil nach links. Die beiden Serienstars Finn Wolfhard Stranger Lindelof hatte durch Nachspielzeit Weltruhm erlangt. Icon: Menü Menü. Februar statt. Juni auf HBO. Was bleibt also übrig von "The Leftovers"?