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But the ending of Personal Shopper seems to say that, instead, Maureen's best chance of coming to peace with her brother's death would be to go inward, addressing her own suffering spirit. Okay, so I literally just finished watching this Movie and I could 100% get behind Ingo killing her in the Hotel room and the invisible departure was actually her spirit leaving. That would make a lot of sense and that’s what I thought at first. I could also buy that the guy which is supposed to be who her (sister-in-law) ? is now dating, is actually a ghost and he and Maureen are both dead.Die Kamera folgt Kristen Steward in Personal Shopper behutsam durch Alltag und Lebenswelt ihrer entfremdeten Figur. Sie findet ihren Job ätzend, ihre Chefin (das Model Kyra) sowieso. Sie hat kaum Kontakt zu ihrem Freund und überhaupt kaum Freund*innen, sondern lässt sich stattdessen aggressiv-neugierig auf einen anonymen Chat ein. Das Handy ist ihr ständiger Begleiter und Haupt-Informationsquelle – etwa, wenn sie mehr über Hilma af Klint erfahren will, eine abstrakte Malerin, die sich vom Okkultismus inspirieren ließ. Zunächst schleichend, dann schlagartig driftet der Film dabei ins Mysteriöse ab. Gibt es Geister? Und wenn ja, meinen sie es gut mit uns, oder haben sie böses im Sinn?This theory doesn’t make total sense on first blush. So bear with me for a moment and you will see. Now, we know that Maureen couldn’t have been dead the entire movie because she spoke with people and interacted with others (though rarely) as the movie progressed. Right? So that can’t quite work. But what if she was murdered in the hotel room after she was given the message? What if instead it being Lewis’ spirit that leaves it was Maureen’s spirit that leaves instead? Follows her out? (ok, I’m laughing too at this. But shush.) and then as the movie ends its her interacting with the spiritual world as her initial vantage of what death is like.

In Personal Shopper geht es um die Beschwörung von Toten. Der deutsche Schauspieler Lars Eidinger glaubt selber jedoch nicht an Spuk This is clearly the core scene for the interpretation of everything that follows, where both of the 2 major theories (“Maureen gets killed in the hotel and then goes to heaven after wandering around” and “Maureen and the ghost/Lewis/other entities/herself/etc. gets Ingo framed/apprehended”) are able to stand the ground of probability, depending on the point of view of the observer.One question that nobody has asked here is: What was all that abstract art thing all about? Was that just a red herring? Or was there any significance to it? I really thought (and hoped) it would turn out to be some sort of time travel subplot!!! That would have been awesome if the ghost in the house turned out to be the abstract painter. haha

Senta, loved your thoughts on Personal Shopper. This whole comment chain has been great (except for a couple of trolls) and this baby-boomer is encouraged by the thoughtful insights of a millenial. I’m from the “Show Me” state here in the U.S. but don’t need all the tidy endings for films. Thanks for your “book” of comments.The most impressing thing, in my opinion, is that the door sensors also apply for ghosts. They are way too sensitive and the hotel manager must do something about it.

This director is focused on one thing – Maureen. She is practically in every frame of this movie. Did you notice that? There is no scene without her in it. All secondary characters interact with her, never independently. There’s only one scene I can think of that focuses on a secondary character: when Ingo leaves the hotel room and runs into the waiting police. We only learn of his capture through Maureen in the next scene. The director almost jump cuts that whole resolution. Assayas is not interested in telling you how he got caught because to reveal that would bog down the movie in a needless explanation. This movie is all about Maureen; if she leaves the camera frame, we will get antsy; if the subject matter deflects onto a secondary storyline, we will get antsy. She is in every scene and everyone reacts to her, so how can she be a ghost? If she were, then everything we have seen in this movie would become null and void. This movie is deeper than that. Personal Shopper ist wie ein solches, frisch bereitetes Spiel. Mal wird etwas umgeklappt, mal bleiben die Karten verdeckt, mal passt etwas zusammen, mal nicht, mal hat man sich etwas gemerkt. Wellinski: Wie bezieht sich das eigentlich auf ihre Hauptfigur Maureen selber? Ich hatte den Eindruck, sie möchte fühlen, sie möchte berühren. Das hat ja durchaus etwas Romantisches, jedenfalls schwingt dieser Anklang in ihren Bildern mit?

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Es wäre aber reiner Zufall, wenn die Beiden Seiten des Kontos am Ende des Geschäftsjahres identisch sind. Im Normfall besteht zwischen der Soll- und Haben-Seite ein Unterschied. Diese Differenz nennt sich Saldo. Vorgehen zur Saldenbildung. Am Ende einer Periode werden Konten abgeschlossen. Dabei wird von jedem Konto der Saldo gebildet. So geht's: Summe der Soll-Seite, Summe der Haben-Seite. Schon fertig geblättert? Hier geht es zurück zum aktuellen Katalog! >> Hier klicken Ein guter Lehrer bleibt ein Schüler bis an das Ende seiner Tage: Wer nicht lächeln kann, der sollte keinen Laden eröffnen. Für die Wer zu hören versteht, hört die Wahrheit heraus, wer nicht zu hören versteht, hört nur Lärm. Wer Bambus malen will, muss ihn im Herzen tragen. Nur mit den Augen der anderen kann man seine Fehler gut sehen. Der Mensch Wurzelt in seinen Ahnen - aber alle. For me, the theme of the film is about the disconnectedness of people today. You see this shown in the various relationships and the way Maureen communicates mainly via text and Skype.

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  1. ed to pursue this “Maureen is a ghost” theory then you must answer them all logically, otherwise Assayas has made the most nonsensical and worst ghost story ever put to film, which would be very sad for me because I look up to him as one of my country’s premiere auteurs.
  2. Assayas might be 2-3 generations away from fully understanding today’s youth, but this movie shows he understands the different shades of loneliness and being alone.
  3. So sorry about the typos. No excuse to not proof read but…… I started watching this movie around 11pm… Fell asleep on it… Awoke at 2:22 am, poured some A&W Root Beer and started the movie over. Then I watched the ending about 20 times because Kristen LOVES to mumble her lines and I just had to gain clarification. So, it’s now 5:08 am and I’m ready for another nap before I get my day started.
  4. [yasr_overall_rating null size=“–„] Im Beisein des Geistes Maureen (Kristen Stewart) arbeitet als »personal shopper« für das Topmodel Kyra. Dafür düst Maureen mit ihrem Roller durch die Straßen von Paris, von einer Edel-Boutique zur nächsten. Sie darf Schmuck und schöne Kleider für Kyra aussuchen, aber nicht anprobieren. Während ihrer Zeit in Paris verbringt Maureen eine Nacht in dem Haus ihres kürzlich verstorbenen Zwillingsbruders Lewis – um Kontakt zu dessen Geist aufzunehmen. Wenig später bekommt sie SMS von einer anonymen Person.
  5. Ein Schicksalsschlag, ein altes, einsam gelegenes Haus und der Versuch, mit dem Totenreich zu kommunizieren: Assayas beginnt seine eigenwillige Genre-Mischung mit klassischen Motiven aus dem Repertoire des Geisterfilms, ist offenkundig aber nicht daran interessiert, auf herkmmliche Weise Schrecken zu erzeugen. Hier und da macht sich ein wohliger Grusel breit. Viel wichtiger sind dem Franzosen jedoch die Auswirkungen des mglichen Spuks auf seine Hauptfigur. Maureen, die durch das Ableben ihres Bruders ohnehin seelisch verwundet ist, gert in eine Abwrtsspirale, da sie sich nicht sicher ist, ob sie wirklich die Gegenwart des Verstorbenen sprt oder blo ihre Wahrnehmung verrcktspielt.

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MEEDIA ist das Wirtschaftsmagazin für Marken und Medien und die Macher dahinter. Täglich Branchennews, Analysen und Meinungen. Eine Marke, alle Kanäle I built this site to not provide you with answers, but to collaborate together towards a better understanding cooperatively.When she meets with Erwin, his demeanor is not that of someone who is speaking to a living person. He seems afraid yet, calming towards Maureen. He tells her (very definitively) that Lewis is there and that she should “hold on to the memory of his freedom, PUT IT INTO PRACTICE.” Then, when he says he has to leave, he asks her if “she’ll be staying for a few days”. This seems like a direct reference to earlier in the conversation when he says that Lewis was convinced that “the soul wanders around for a while before leaving this world”. He swallows and looks around nervously before getting up to grab a cigarette. This is because he knows her soul is currently wandering around, but he doesn’t want her to know it yet.

She then meets Ingo who also sets his sights on Maureen. The spirt is following Maureen around, not confined to the house which is why we see the spirit hovering over Maureen at her bosses apartment.Great post! Just watched it today and really liked it! One of my favorites of the year and Kristen Stewart nailed it.I’m not sure if I want to regard this film as a suspense thriller and puzzle. And I don’t think it is that. What stands out for me is this. Ingo is a deranged killer. But Maureen might be the crazy one. And who exactly then is the crazy one? What Ingo did seems to be acceptable. Because we movie goers have seen it so many times before. It’s almost normal. Not doing it, but watching it, I mean. Well, war is normal too. Killing people. For whatever reason. Personal Shopper von Olivier Assayas mit Kristen Stewart: Sogar die Ektoplasma kotzende Geistererscheinung ist frustrierend schön Ein Shopper muss nicht zwingend der Konsument eines Produktes sein, er ist lediglich derjenige, der sie (entweder online oder im stationären Handel) kauft - er ist das Betrachtungsobjekt, wenn man von Shopper Insights spricht. Für den Konsumenten hingegen ist es vollkommen egal, wer das Produkt erworben hat, wichtig ist, dass er es nutzt bzw. konsumiert. Wichtig ist es also zu verstehen.

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  1. Yes! I like this theory. And, the ‘what’s his face, new boyfriend,’ kept saying he “felt a presence,” and he felt like he was “taking Lewis’s place.” Lewis was a medium. Maybe those lines allude to the fact that new guy is a medium and that’s why he can talk to Maureen.
  2. Ein Mensch zu sein wird auch dadurch definiert, dass wir uns irgendwo in der Mitte zwischen der realen und unserer inneren Welt, unseren Fantasien, befinden. In der echten Welt gibt es Dinge, die in unserer Nähe sind, die wir verstehen, und dann gibt es Dinge, die sehr weit weg sind, die wir kaum verstehen, die mysteriös bleiben.
  3. Am Ende ist alles anders … und vorher auch Nein, wer hier einen Film à la Lights Out oder Insidious erwartet, der wird eher enttäuscht sein. Vor allem der Mittelteil verabschiedet sich von allem, was das Genre auszeichnet. Jump Scares? Aufdringliche Musik? Nicht liegt Assayas ferner. Anstatt Maureen dauerhaft durch dunkle, knarzende Gänge schleichen zu lassen, darf sie im Mittelteil in erster Linie auf ihr Handy starren, wenn mal wieder eine kryptische Nachricht darauf auftaucht. Die Idee an sich ist brillant, da der Film so offen lässt, wo die Nachricht eigentlich herkommt. Ein modernes Joey, wenn man so will. Optisch ist der Teil aber natürlich weniger spannend, zumal das Tempo hier auch äußerst gering ist.

Deutschlands Demographie : Ein Blick in den Renten-Abgrund New York studiert, als Modedesigner gearbeitet und wurde dann Personal Shopper bei den Galeries Lafayette.. 20 bis 30 Personen verpasst Sean St. Lewis pro Monat ein neues Outfit. Zu ihm kommen. Hi there. I read many of the comments (not all of them) about this movie and the various explanations for the end. Very fascinating. I’ve my own theory, but I think this is the kind of movie where you can extrapolate and find the explanation that better suits your own judgment. I’d like only to analyse one section of the film, because some of the comments I read were saying that Maureen and Ingo uses 2 different rooms at the hotel: well, no, they don’t. They are clearly in the same room. Here is my analysis of the scenes, divided in “segment 1” (Maureen arrives at the hotel), “segment 2” (something is seen leaving the hotel) and “segment 3” (Ingo gets arrested and run away).Yes! I think it’s possible she set him up to be caught by the police at the hotel. Otherwise it was all just to simple. Her not being questioned further, and the police knowing where he would be. Sorry I wasn’t clear prior! Autocorrect changed a few of my words …. Unternehmen sind dazu verpflichtet, die Steuern und Sozialversicherungsbeträge vom Brutto-Gehalt abzuziehen und den entsprechenden Behörden zu übertragen.Und natürlich muss das Unternehmen auch den Netto-Betrag an den Arbeitnehmer auszahlen. Man ahnt es also bereits: Bei der Verbuchung von Gehältern hat man es mit verschiedenen Konten und Buchungen zu tun

Gesellschaft Great insight and I agree with some of your key points: I think Maureen contacted the police before going to the hotel and therefore she set up Ingo. The invisible presence coming down the hotel elavator was Lewis who went there with her. She was alive at her brother’s girlfriend’s house. The guy there was a ghost. Not sure who the other ghost is (who breaks the glass). I’m assuming it’s Lewis who is now more aggressive in trying to give her the signs she’s seeking from him. At some point before Oman (I have no idea when/where she dies) she becomes a ghost – the clue I see for that is in the last line of the movie when she says “or is it me?” Now that I understand it better, I think it was a great movie. Everything is so vague that you can interpret it in many ways. But I think the director meant to tell us that by the end of the movie (at least), she’s dead.I’m afraid you were in the forest but have all missed the wood. Well done Olivier. ‘The Personal Shopper’? Us.1- The text messages were definitely from Ingo. He intrigued her enough in the first few messages, that she gave up too much in the beginning by asking if the person was dead or alive. She was easy to manipulate at that point. She admitted to wanting to be someone else (envy), wanting to wear her clothes and shoes (coveting Kyra’s things), and then admitting to it. He has evidence, pictures, and planted the jewelry. He was going to use this against her.

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  1. Hello from Australia Senta and thank you for your explanation which makes sense now. I am a late baby boomer and my son is a millennial and yes at times lost or waiting for something to happen. And communication is the iPhone.
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  4. Maureen clearly did not die at the hotel because stayed with her brothers now ex girlfriend.. She spoke with the new boyfriend, she spoke with her boyfriend, she was guided into a living space after arriving to the desert.

I believe he is Maureen’s brother and that in his timeline he is still alive at this point (time is just another dimension), and that he catches sight of her outside, walks to the doorways, turns and see’s it is clearly her – at which point he drops the glass he is holding. He may also die of a heart attack at this moment, though it’s unclear for certain because the exact circumstances of his death are kept from the audience.My personal theory is: I think the real world journey for Mareen ends at the hotel room, where she died by being murdered by Ingo ! The proof for that is the white blending cut of her when he enters, as well as his seemingly disturbed and panic leaving from the elevator out of the hotel… it‘s obvious acting like he did something cruel or is hiding something!! Wenn Sie am Ende des Zyklus Persona Teststäbchen übrig haben, sollten Sie diese entsorgen. Alle in einem Zyklus verwendeten Persona Teststäbchen müssen dieselbe Batch-Nummer aufweisen. Die Batch-Nummer (Chargennummer) befindet sich an einem Ende der Persona Teststäbchenschachtel und auf jeder Teststäbchen-Schutzfolie. Nachfolgend finden Sie ein Beispiel, wie der Kalender aussehen kann.

But why? Why would I watch a movie about a personal shopper for the love of all that’s good and holy? That sounds like the worst possible idea for a movie ever. I mean shopping? I’d rather have teeth pulled without Novocain. I mean really??!Just when it seemed many things were figured out, Ivan, you mention a few details needing a re-watch of this movie. If the paintings changed in the hotel hallway…it may signify Maureen did get whacked at some point. Possible meanings are cleverly placed one may not, at first or second viewing, become aware.I saw Rogue One. You would have to be a Star Wars fan to get that one. I was completely in the dark. I did not understand the end until my friends explained it to me. It was the prequel to the first Star Wars movie ever made! Who knew, there was no way for me to see that coming. In my defense, I never saw the first Star Wars. I am French in case you did not know that, and even though Star Wars is world famous, I did not see the original. The original was made decades before I was born, so I only know of it. I did see one of them; I do not remember which one. It must have made a real impression… 😀 As for Rogue One, I did like the robot. He was very funny in a dry, laconic way that had this geek laughing. Other than that, I did not understand the movie because it was short on character and plot exposition so there was no way for me to get emotionally invested; although I did feel bad when everyone died. How tragic that the father created the weapon that would kill his own daughter. Very sad.3- I think the doors of the hotel opening and closing with no one there was actually representing Maureen. She came in, did what she had planned with the police, and left “like a ghost”. Ingo had no idea. He went to kill her, but got the jewelry instead and was happy with it. He didn’t expect the police.4. There seems to be a constant theme with glasses. She goes to see her brother’s wife at the cafe and picks up a glass but does not drink. A ghost drops a glass in the house and in Oman. Was this Lewis? Was that the message she was waiting for?

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z. B. : Die Hochzeit, Godzilla Vs Kong, Mission Impossible 6, Creed 2 Ein Rätsel ohne Lösung Aber das gilt auch für andere Punkte in Personal Shopper: Der Film will nicht schockieren, nicht erklären, er gefällt sich in dem Stadium des Vagen, Nebulösen. Das tun andere Mystery-Thriller natürlich auch. Und doch: Die Rätsel, die Assayas hier stellt, zielen in eine andere Richtung. Sie sind nicht dazu da, gelöst zu werden, sondern etwas über die Person zu sagen, die vor ihnen steht. Nicht das „was“ steht im Mittelpunkt, sondern Maureen, die mit den Ereignissen konfrontiert wird und sich einen Reim auf das Ganze machen muss. Neue Shopper-Typen und wie sich die Lebensmitteleinzelhandels-Branche verändert hat, erfahren Sie hier. Research & Results Ausgabe 7/201 Senta, just to give you a cultural context of my background, I believe I am a Xennial exposed to mostly American books and movies. In uni, I got to appreciate Asian and European film as well. Kudos to Assayas, I think he was able to capture this/our generation's continuing dilemmas, fears, and state of limbo. [One thing though, a hardcore Millennial would actually find fulfillment in becoming a personal shopper methinks.]

So, here is my disclaimer. My mother is French, my father is Irish American, but he was raised abroad; my sister and I were born and raised in France, so we are typical French kids. Our English is impeccable because we went to schools in England and Ireland to appease our father. I have stayed in America for a grand total of perhaps a year divided by nineteen, my current age. I am about to add three months to that as my family is staying with an aunt for the summer holiday. I like America. Anyway, given my background, if I judge American cinema from European roots then you will understand why and forgive me for it. I mean no harm. Personal Shopper werden - Utopie oder mittlerweile eine spannende Alternative für alle modeinteressierten Menschen, die ihr Hobby idealerweise zum Beruf machen wollen? Wir werfen heute einmal einen genaueren Blick auf die Möglichkeiten als Personal Shopper Geld zu verdienen. Blogs gehören heute zur Internetlandschaft, wie Bäume zum Wald. Gerade zum Thema Mode gibt es unzählige private. Das Personal Shopping mit dem Topshop-Stylist ist ein bisschen wie Einkaufen mit einem guten Freund. Er macht Komplimente und reicht eine andere Größe in die Kabine. Der Unterschied ist vielleicht, dass der Personal Shopper bei einem eher unvorteilhaften Look ehrlich sein kann, ohne eine beleidigte beste Freundin befürchten zu müssen. Another good theory I read online suggests that her heart condition made her susceptible to seeing the ghosts and that the sudden onslaught of apparitions is a sign she is about to die, most likely from the heart condition that killed her brother.

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Watched this finally the other night. Loved Clouds but didn’t take to this one. Been thinking about it a lot, though, and one thing that I’m wondering is if there is a possibility that Maureen’s “spirit” has actually disassociated from her body? That scene in Lewis’s home where the “spirit” vomits and destroys her drawings and the table seemed to target her specifically. Maureen is continually commenting on how unhappy she is in her life — unsatisfied — but we see her passively task-oriented, even in her artwork, she is doing nothing to change her circumstance. She’s an empty shell traveling though Paris and London. She’s living through dead Lewis, through a soulless Kyra, and through her technology. Perhaps her “soul” couldn’t take it anymore and said “I’m out.”Yeah, could be. I’d buy anything at this point. The heart condition idea would be a different root cause for theory 1, so maybe like a theory 1.5? I’ll add it. Die Coronakrise entblößt die Schwächen Europas und der USA. Der Westen ist zerstritten und konfus - und sucht sein Heil im Isolationismus „Stay Homas“ : Von der Corona-Terrassen-Musik zum Plattenvertrag Künstliche Intelligenz ist in aller Munde - auch mit Blick auf die Personalarbeit von Unternehmen. Ein Ethikbeirat hat nun zehn Richtlinien für ihren Einsatz veröffentlicht

Personal Shopper (2016) Erfahrungsberichte - Cinafilm hat 159 Bewertungen von Personal Shopper von unseren Nutzern und Filmfans. Hat das Publikum wie Personal Shopper? Würde Filmgänger Personal Shopper an Freunde empfehlen Alexa for Business ist ein Service, der es Organisationen und Mitarbeitern ermöglicht, mit Alexa effektiver zu arbeiten. Mit Alexa for Business können Mitarbeiter Alexa als intelligente Assistentin nutzen, um in Konferenzräumen, am Schreibtisch und sogar mit ihren Alexa-Geräten zu Hause oder unterwegs produktiver zu sein Now many this point Maureen is alive. Ingo in jail and her IT compute boyfriend is alive and she is planning on seeing him and “move on”.After the boyfriend tells Maureen that Lewis is there her leaves and immediately we see, who I believe is Lewis, carrying a glass/coffee mug and then drops it. Ironically, Maureen disregarded the fact that “spirits” are always around. She neglected the idea that her brother’s spirit was with his girlfriend and not at that lonely house.

Beginn Ende 23Zum Unfallzeitpunkt beschäftigt/tätig als 24Seit wann bei dieser Tätigkeit? Monat Jahr 25In welchem Teil des Unternehmens ist die versicherte Personständig tätig? 26Hat die versicherte Persondie Arbeit eingestellt? Nein Sofort Später, am Tag Monat Stunde 27Hat die versicherte Persondie Arbeit wieder aufgenommen? Nein Ja, am Tag Monat Jahr 28Datum Unternehmer/-in. SEGMENT 1 – MAUREEN Maureen arrives at the hotel and we see her coming out of one of three elevators to get into a room. There are other 2 elevators near the one she uses: one on her left (Ingo will try to use it in segment 3) and one on the other side of the hall (the one used by the “wtf entity” in segment 2 and accidentaly by Ingo in segment 3). Outside the hotel room Maureen is seen entering, there are 2 abstract paintings, one vaguely red and another vaguely yellow. Once she is inside, we hear what seems a door opening and closing, but whatever it is the door to her room is not totally clear.

When he tries to frame her by placing the jewelry at her place, you notice that it’s late and when Maureen switches out the SIM card it looks like dawn. We then see her arrive at the hotel and the door opens and fade to black. What I feel is that she arrived early at the hotel to meet the police and that is why she wasn’t frightened when the door opened. She was expecting it. The opening and closing of elevator/doors was the evil spirit following Maureen around because it realized it “lost”.I agree with your point of view. I would also add that, since they’re a twins, it seems to me that Lewis had a gift for communicating with the luminous side and Maureen with the dark. Lewis may be trying to send her a message, especially through the friend that talks to her, which she discards very easily, and maybe even as the ghost with the glass, which she does not bother to acknowledge. She seems to be more open to dark spirits than to the other kind. She’s definitely haunted by the obscure thing she met at the house.I agree with all your points. I watch a lot of movies. Barely remember the vast majority. But this movie snuck up on me and is still lingering in my mind. So happy to see the ongoing discussion about it.I explain this by my own idea of theoretical afterlife… I think, dead is happing so fast, that you don‘t realize what is happaning and you still think your alive and act like that and your imagination still let you think you‘re alive, so you think you interact and talk in the real world, until you realize it. Until you realize it, i thing you are on some kind of journey thru hotspots of your lifetime where you leave open tasks or questions and you stuck to that until you pass it or answer it also by yourself. I think the ghosts sightings (breaking glasses, opening doors, handling the elevator, knocking and so on) is some kind of focusing energy by extraordinary thinking it‘s real and bringing it to the real world like in the movie „Ghost“ with Patrick Swayze.Maureen and we are being called to from beyond ourselves to ask the question what is it we believe in? What is truly important to our existence and to those around us.

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  1. What about the point where she switches out her SIM card after leaving her apartment, but before entering the hotel ?
  2. Lewis’ spirit was NEVER at the house she arrived to at the beginning. That obviously was the “lost” spirit she mentioned. Not Lewis. Never Lewis. Lewis was too busy haunting the girlfriend who was in need of a physical connection which is why she was able to move on so soon. Poor Maureen.. So sure that her brother would provide a sign yet.. She was looking in the wrong place, ignored the new boyfriends plea that Lewis was there and ignored his 1st encounter with her.
  3. ute, then gone again. I think it was just the general mood of the film, so closely focused on the very lonely central character, that made all those instances of communication seem abstract and sort of “unreal”, much like the ghosts. Actually everyone in the film seemed to be lonely and isolated in their own way, except maybe for the new boyfriend (Irvin?) who just seemed a bit creepy…!
  4. Exactly. I’ve seen two reviews and both people said that she left before ingo showed. That blatantly did not happen. She was in the hotel room and the door opens and then shuts. The next scene is the invisible person or whatever moving through the halls out of hotel. The theories don’t make sense. In fact theory two which the blogger was laughing at is the most plausible. She dies in that hotel room and she’s the one leaving the hotel. Or rather her spirit is.
  5. The police did not know Ingo was hiding in the room already and could not prevent her murder. They were just waiting outside for him perhaps just to question him.
  6. Which is: Why would her computer programmer boyfriend, the one who is supposed to be working on security software he has only just received and says will take “at least a month to finish”, now suddenly gone off to the middle of NOWHERE in the Oman mountains for a week long vacation with his girlfriend??? That makes no sense at all to me. Huge Red Flag!

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-The premise that Ingo killed her and she is the one who walks out the sliding doors as a ghost… This one actually makes me stop and think. Wow… It does rather fit, especially with my analogy that she is a ghost in her own world, a dead person with no life. That would be somewhat symbolic if she turned out to be a real ghost, but I do not buy it. That would change everything and actually cheapen what Assayas has been saying cinematically for the last hour and a half, at least from my point of view: that being the alienation of our present world where we have all become symbolic ghosts in the machine. We live there, dreaming, waiting for something to awaken our dead lives so that we can find purpose. If Maureen’s character were really dead, then it loses that cachet. So who else could have walked into her room? Think. Who catches Ingo? The Police! I think they are the ones who walk into the room and set up a trap to catch Ingo. Maureen simply called the cops, period; that is why she brought the jewels. She would be crazy to bring the jewels to meet a stranger, but if she called the police, that would make more sense, because immediately after that Ingo is arrested out of seeming nowhere. Even her expression was not one of shock or surprise; she looks as one expecting whoever it was. Olivier Assayas über Personal Shopper Wenn eine einsame Frau in ihre Geisterwelt flüchtet Regisseur Olivier Assayas im Gespräch mit Patrick Wellinski. Podcast abonniere Dass Assayas auch ganz anders kann, das beweist er an anderen Stellen. Vor allem der Einsatz von Musik und Geräuschen sorgt für viel Gänsehaut, mehr als es so mancher „echter“ Horrorfilm hinbekommt. Bemerkenswert dabei ist, wie beiläufig dies geschieht. Es muss gar nicht viel passieren in dieser Geisterwelt, es reichen sich öffnende und schließende Türen, damit einem wohlig unwohl wird. Ein Klopfen. Oder auch ein Rauschen im Lautsprecher, von dem man gar nicht sagen kann oder will, wovon es gerade verursacht wurde.

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My take is Lewis was at peace when he passed and moved on. Maureen is interacting with troubled spirits and realizes she is a medium like her brother was.Good. I buy this explanation. 🙂 I never quite understand how it is that a ghost can have a normal interaction with a living person, and the living person answers them as if they were alive – that’s why I found the hotel death challenging. But I believe you’re saying that her brother’s ex-girlfriend is not really there, at the restaurant (and later at her house) talking to her but that these scenes are part of Maureen’s imagination (because she’s creating her own reality, not knowing that she’s dead)? Ok… that has been the only sticking point for me about her having been killed in the hotel.You got it spot on, I think… This is how I saw it too …. Perfectly articulated and understood.. Kudos to you …The man seen in the window slowly fades into view rather than walking into view. He is visible through the open glass, but not through the actual window itself. There’s a lot of imagery again glass in this film.

I see I contradicted myself in the above review. Maureen was not killed by Ingo in the hotel. She was killed in her apartment. When she received the note under her door she was dead. She was killed by the person texting her. Why would someone leave a written note when they have been texting all this time. All also the note from her boyfriend was a hand written note. Why not Skype her the info like they have been doing all along or text. Anke Kuhls Kinder-Comic „Manno“ : Ein Kinderspiel, möchte man meinen Wirtschaft Hahaha @Simon, then why bother finding a web browser, searching for personal shopper, reading, scrolling, and the dumping that here? Why even bother? How about you share a movie that you recently liked better? “Hated Personal Shopper, but holy crap I loved Life. Or Belko…” or SOMETHING that will give others a chance to learn from your post. This blog skews to the 10%. If you hated it, I may just have loved it. And I am 100% ok with that. But thanks for swinging by anyway.

“All of the antagonism that she’s faced throughout the film, then, including Ingo’s stalking, is commingled into a sort of post-Lewis trauma, one that exploits and inhabits her fractured identity, a metaphorical expression of ultimate grief made literal. Whether brought on by ghost or man, these opponents have provided a means through which Maureen can funnel her trauma, trying to reach Lewis on the other side. But the ending of Personal Shopper seems to say that, instead, Maureen’s best chance of coming to peace with her brother’s death would be to go inward, addressing her own suffering spirit.”I really enjoyed the movie, defintely gets the viewer thinking and talking which ultimately is the goal of director.

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Well all these are just my thoughts. I think I do have more theories and opinions on the movie, but I do not want to ramble on haha. I do like the movie a lot, it definitely got me thinking, which I like 🙂 Arbeitgeber dürfen unter Umständen Vorerkrankungen auf die Gesamtdauer der Entgeltfortzahlung für eine erneute Erkrankung eines Arbeitnehmers anrechnen. Die Prüfung der Anrechenbarkeit erfolgt durch die Krankenkassen. Was Sie als Arbeitgeber beachten müssen

Kristen Stewart hat schon mit acht Jahren ihre Schauspielkarriere begonnen; durch die „Twilight“-Filme wurde sie, kaum zwanzig, eine der kommerziell erfolgreichsten Darstellerinnen Hollywoods und machte mit einem turbulentem Privatleben von sich reden. In Interviews spricht sie von der „lähmenden körperlichen Angst, die mit dem Ruhm kommt“, und von den Erwartungen der Öffentlichkeit. Seit Assayas sie mit „Sils Maria“ vom Hollywood-Image löste und ihr als erster Amerikanerin überhaupt den César, den wichtigsten französischen Filmpreis, verschaffte, arbeitet sie vor allem mit Regisseuren mit intellektuellem Ruf wie Woody Allen oder Ang Lee.Dude, I love Manila. Have been a number of times. First time there I was shocked at how American it was. So I asked my taxi driver and he SCHOOLED me in Philippines history and American imperialism 101. So I went and got a book on the subject I was so surprised. But yeah! Love the Philippines. Have been all over the islands for work. Studied the culture and the online capabilities as they relate to non-profits for over a year. Really fascinating study.

Well, think about it. This is her brother’s ghost, not just any ghost. He sees how tortured she is. He sees how her desire for forbidden knowledge almost got her killed. And now here she is in Oman, on the verge of starting a new life with a good guy. So he LIES to her and says it’s just her. He, in effect, sets her free.Assayas: Ich denke, es gibt Geister. Es ist schwer, vollkommen rational zu sein, weil es so viele Dinge in der Welt um uns herum gibt, die wir nicht wissen oder nicht verstehen. Ein Mensch zu sein wird auch dadurch definiert, dass wir uns irgendwo in der Mitte zwischen der realen und unserer inneren Welt, unseren Fantasien, befinden. In der echten Welt gibt es Dinge, die in unserer Nähe sind, die wir verstehen, und dann gibt es Dinge, die sehr weit weg sind, die wir kaum verstehen, die mysteriös bleiben. Auch in uns selbst gibt es diesen Unterschied zwischen unserer bewussten Seite und der unbewussten oder unterbewussten, die wir nicht wirklich vollkommen verstehen. Es ist also ziemlich schwierig angesichts von Bereichen, über die wir gar nichts wissen, komplett rational zu sein. In diesem Sinne glaube ich nicht, dass ich eine rationale Person bin.And what is our goal in this disconnect? To live like the people we see on social media, more ghosts in the machine. Who are these people? We have no clue except for what social media tells us. And how is this world summarized? Fashion. Whatever is in, we clothe ourselves in it. The fashion world is, to overstate, a vacuous vacuum. There is no substance there. Social media is all about personal vanity and voyeurism, thus we are caught up in what is fashionable to feel connected. We want to live like the Kardashians. We want to be them, dress like them, live like them, bling, bling. It is a very empty world.At this point I don’t know what more evidence Maureen needs of the supernatural but still she looks for something specifically from Lewis.Assayas: Es ist eine Art von Verbindung. Muss es sein. Ich denke, das Internet ist so etwas wie eine schlechte Parallelwelt, in der wir reisen können, in der unser Geist und unsere Ideen sich frei bewegen können. Es ist bemerkenswert, wie das Smartphone zu einer Art Erweiterung unseres Hirns und unseres Gedächtnisses geworden ist. Wie oft gucken wir etwas nach? Mich interessiert weniger die Technologie, als wie sie die Menschen verändert. Und ich glaube schon, dass Smartphones die Art und Weise verändern, in der wir uns selber und unsere Verbindung mit der Welt und anderen Menschen wie Eltern, Freunden oder Unbekannten wahrnehmen. Das geht sehr tief und diese Entwicklung verläuft seit über 20 Jahren, fast ein Vierteljahrhundert. Und ich glaube sie hat eine starke Auswirkung auf die Menschheit, die bisher noch nicht sehr gründlich erforscht worden ist.

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True, There are many here who agree with me and like to discuss, argue, and debate un-bow-tied movies. Fair enough. But I get ridiculed regularly for my taste in movies. In the circles I run with it’s really rare that people agree with me and my taste of movies. So much so that I don’t give out movie recommendations anymore.I have not seen this Babadook. I have googled it and if it was the same movie you are talking about (a mother and son battling a supernatural creature that is haunting the boy), it is not my kind of movie. I do not like scary movies; this is a very American thing. My sister said to ask you why Americans like this kind of movie? You like to be scared? Americans are very brave indeed. I wiki-ed the movie, BABADOOK and read the plot. It says it ends with the mother trapping the entity in a basement where she feeds it worms. …I do not understand. So you are saying the ending to this movie is like the ending to PERSONAL SHOPPER? My sister and I say you must explain yourself. We are listening. 🙂

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Here’s my take. The ever following spirits! This movie featured several different spirits. She gave us a hint by explaining to Ingo that we are ALWAYS surrounded by spirits. Always. Spirit # 1. The phantasm!! The 1st ghost/spirit she encountered at the house where her brother died. This spirit left cross markings, was very angry and lost. Hints of this: The ghostly cross carvings. The running of water (water representing re-birth) The aggressiveness (the ghost did not want to pass over and was “lost” between worlds). Maureen explained to Lewis’ girlfriend that she believed it was maybe a lost spirit and that she did not think it would return. Spiritual ppl know that “lost” spirits want to take over the body of a living soul. So…… She never returned to that house… The “lost” spirit did follow her to her boss’ house and appeared after Maureen did something “forbidden” and attempted to take over her body BUT…. Maureen is a medium and the feeling scared her out of her sleep. She immediately left the boss’ house.If Assayas wanted to make that kind of movie, it would be way better than PERSONAL SHOPPER. For me, my personal opinion, PERSONAL SHOPPER is about ennui, about existing without existing. It is very existential, and very, very French. People are trying to make this an American movie because it has Kristin Stewart in it, but it is not an American movie. Its cinematic style and purpose is very French. I know; being French I grew up on these types of movies, where what you think is the story, is not the story; it is only the vehicle wherein to tell the story.Some people like movies-as-puzzles-that-are-never-solved. Others people don’t. There’s no right or wrong. There’re just movies.

Personal Shopper - Die Filmstarts-Kritik auf FILMSTARTS

“in reality Maureen is not speaking to a ghost, she’s speaking to Ingo. She just thinks it might be an entity. I intended to have very little ambiguity, but a lot of people seem to take that side road. Basically it’s guy who is stalking and observing her.” http://www.dmovies.org/2017/03/15/dirty-questions-olivier-assayas/She immediately leaves the room, goes to a store and exchanges her sim for a new one, in a way being born anew through this act – a new start. This is a symbolic transition to a new state for her. Shopper-Marketing aktiviert Shopper zum Einkaufen, d. h. die Kunden sollen im richtigen Moment die gewünschte (Kauf)Entscheidung zu treffen. Um allerdings in der Kaufsituation erfolgreich zu sein und einer Marke zu wirtschaftlichem Erfolg zu verhelfen, müssen wir den Shopper mit seinem Bedarf, seinen Verhaltens-Treibern aber auch den Kaufbarrieren verstehen und respektieren

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Personal Shopper mit Kristen Stewart: Die ideale

Let's Talk About the Ending of 'Personal Shopper'

Ingo and Kyra are never even in the same room, and though they are said to have been together for 2 years, he has no real love for her. Maureen is disconnected from her boyfriend, having spents months away from him and only talking over Skype. He makes a point to tell her that he’s been trying to call her for a week when she finally answers. Lara is disconnected from her boyfriend through his death. 2008: Ende eines Sommers (L'heure d'été) 2010: Carlos - Der Schakal (Carlos) 2012: Die wilde Zeit (Après mai) 2014: Die Wolken von Sils Maria (Sils Maria) 2016: Personal Shopper; 2018: Zwischen den Zeilen (Doubles vies) 2019: Wasp Network; Drehbuch für Filme anderer Regisseure. 1985: Rendez-Vous - Regie: André Téchiné; 1986: Schauplatz des Verbrechens (Le lieu du crime. I went to that page you posted, and was just instantly turned off by the site itself. Just seems like the worst click-bait website imaginable. Was his comment in one of the videos that were included (honestly couldn’t tell which videos were ads and which videos were content. Personally that drives me crazy.) But I am definitely wanting to hear Assayas mind on this… especially if he has commented definitively one way or the other.I had to look up Xennial. http://mentalfloss.com/article/502250/how-tell-if-youre-xennial Hmm…this is interesting. I have not heard of this, but I like the way it reads: you have a normal childhood and then grow into social media. That sounds nice because you are already an adult and can filter the internet in a way a child cannot; plus you will appreciate the technology in a way I never will. I grew up with it from birth. Being a businessman, my father was always on his mobile or laptop. Maman is a programmer, so computers are hardwired into her children. My parents could not really protect their daughters from the world of social media unless we lived in a cave.

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For the movie itself I think the only one who could really answer the question is the writer himself, what his idea for the ending was 🙂-The premise that when she says, “Lewis, is it you…or is it just me?” means that she is a ghost. I do not get that at all. She is asking the ghost if it is her brother, or is it just her wanting it to be her brother, or unable to accept that it is. The ghost says yes. Whether her brother is telling her that, or another spirit is arguable. The point here is there nothing more she or the ghost can do. It does not mean she is asking am I ghost now, or implying that she is a ghost. That does not even fit semantically. If in a conversation I ask, “Is it just me?” what am I talking about? I am referring to my perception, right? Is it just me, i.e., am I the one reading this wrong, am I the one who is missing the point? That makes sense semantically. I do not see the thought process of her asking, “Am I a ghost?” in the question, Is it just me? I am French and I can see the semantic incongruence in English; I would think that you would be able to see it better.The ghost in the house is Lewis. This was his home and the ghost seems very comfortable picking up the glass. He is also looking at Maureen and after the boyfriend leaves. He is able to give her a sign by dropping the glass. Perhaps she was always picking up glasses and not drinking like she did in the cafe and that is why he uses that as a symbol. Wahlberliner und Personal Shopper: Der gebürtige New Yorker Steven Mills begleitet überwiegend kaufkräftige Geschäftsleute auf Einkaufstouren. Fashion Today hat den 55-Jährigen in einem kurzen Gespräch nach Trends, Inspirationen und seinem perfekten Look befragt. Mitte de Am Ende einer Beratung wünsche ich mir für meine Kunden, dass sie sich verstanden, gut beraten und für den Alltag perfekt ausgerüstet fühlen. Dafür habe ich mein Angebot über die letzen Jahre immer wieder angepasst. Vom Kleiderschrank-Check, über das Personal Shopping - das nach wie vor meine Kernkompetenz ist - biete ich seit ein paar Jahren auch mobile Style-Packages an. So.

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A year from now, Assayas may say that Personal Shopper was a ghost story and that Maureen was a ghost and he will tell us how he did that. I think I would be disappointed but I have been wrong many times before. I wrote my critique as I saw the film but it is not the absolute, nor is it meant to be. I am just like everyone else here – I have only a personal opinion to offer.Maureen meets her sister in law after she met the police. Maureen hesitates when asked whether she is all cleared of the murder and lies. Maureen goes to her brother’s wife house for the night and then goes to the hotel the next day. The proof is that she is waring the same outfit she wore in the cafe.Wellinski: Im Zentrum von "Personal Shopper" Films steht also diese Frau mit einer Identitätskrise. Da gibt es ja schon eine starke Verbindung zu "Die Wolken von Sils Maria", ihrem letzten Film, wo es ja auch diesen Moment der Identitätskrise gab. War das Absicht?Regardless, if you do not agree with my explanation, then you have to explain why she is seen with the Oman outfit after leaving the hotel and seen with the leather jacket when she goes to the cafe at night. That timeline is not chronological either.If Lara had “abilities” why would she physically drive Maureen to the home in which she had lived with Maureen’s twin brother for Maureen to “sense” things and give approval for a couple to buy and move in to the house? If Lara had psychic abilities SHE would’ve been there and all other scenes would’ve been about her experiences! It is clear Maureen is psychic and picks up a few ghosts or two along her path in trying to communicate with her deceased twin brother. And why would a scene with a doctor occur which gave viewers further info and a thumbs up about her excellent heart health be in the movie if she had died?

2. Although Maureen is seen walking by the hotel after she leaves the room, she is not seen actually exiting the hotel door. Instead she walks pass and across the hotel entranceMy conclusion is that she is very much alive, but she could finally move on now with the clear contact she recieved from Lewis in the form of another glass breaking.. I think she realises she needs to move on with her life and if she continues egging on paranormal reactions she will be targeted by all forms of the paranormal world and realises what she should do is to accept that her twin brother is gone and to live her life as best as she can with the closure he gave..Found your site after watching the film twice…wonderful….my initial ideas have shifted because I watched the Canne press conference after the film was booed…lack of straight out ending.. ..ok, I believed that Maureen was just a gutted human being..I have heard that if a twin dies that the one left behind also dies in a sense…so the whole film was her coming to terms with her loss…I feel that Lewis was watching over her, and that the text messages, the murder and her assistance with helping the police lead her to want to move foreward, get back to her own life, her boyfriend….I thought that Lewis’ ghost was there in the kitchen with the glass, and because she didn’t catch on that he returned at the end just to let her know that he was there watching over her …I feel that she realized at the end that everything that happened was based on her grief, she caused it….now, I guess I wasn’t too far off, but in the Canne interview, the director did admit that their were no ghosts..it was all Maureen….I guess what is great is the fact that we are all looking for one answer when films are subjective….this can be frustrating and fun. Im Augenblick selbst ist Personal Shopper fast nie: Immer auf dem Weg, in Gedanken verloren, in der Angst und im Verlangen. Assayas baut auf Suspense und findet nur im Schauspiel Momente der Erleichterung. Etwa wenn der Sänger Benjamin Biolay einen Kurzauftritt als Geister rufender Victor Hugo in einem Film der 1960er Jahre hat. Oder wenn endlich das Geheimnis gelüftet wird, wer diese Kyra. Es beginnt wie Eric Rohmers Pauline am Strand – mit dem Öffnen eines Tores, um das Auto in die Einfahrt zu lassen. Doch von der wortreichen Leichtigkeit in Rohmers sommerlicher Komödie findet sich in Personal Shopper keine Spur. Es geht um Trauer und Spiritualität, vereint in der Figur Maureens, der Kristen Stewart eine beeindruckende Präsenz verleiht. Wie schon in Zwischen den Zeilen (über das Verlagswesen, aber eigentlich Beziehungen in Zeiten der Digitalisierung) bildet auch in Personal Shopper das titelgebende Motiv vom stellvertretenden Einkaufen für die Schönen und Reichen nur den Hintergrund für das eigentliche Thema – Einsamkeit in Zeiten der Digitalisierung.

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