Nina Proll Biography
Nina Proll was born on 12 January 1974, she is an Austrian actress. She has appeared in more than 50 films and television shows since 1995. She starred in the film September, which was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival.
In 1999 she received the Marcello Mastroianni Award given out at the Venice International Film Festival. Proll also participated in the third season of the Austrian television dance competition Dancing Stars in 2007, coming in 5th place.
Nina Proll Family
She got married to Gregor Bloéb in July 5, 2008 with whom they have two children.
Nina Proll Height
Nina Proll is estimated to be 5′ 7″ (1.7 m) in height
Nina Proll Movies
Hinterholz 8 (1998)
Hinterholz 8 is an Austrian film comedy by Roland Düringer and Harald Sicheritz , based on the eponymous cabaret program by Roland Düringer. In Austria, the film, which was populated by many Austrian stars , was the most popular local film in 1998. In 1999 he was awarded the Romy . Standard German subtitles are available. The film is awarded and distributed by the film shop and has also been released on DVD and Blu-Ray as part of the edition ” Der österreichische Film “.
Herbert Krcal is a young and ambitious member of the Viennese Cateringservice Feinspitz. a. Supply contracts with the Austrian Parliament . He is interested in the purchase of a prefabricated house . When he discusses this with his work colleagues Meier and Forstinger, they advise him against buying a prefabricated house that they regard as inferior. He is proposed to buy an old house and to renovate it.
During a walk in the Vienna Woods , the Krcal family discovers an old farmhouse in the forest, which is already nearing decline – it bears the address Hinterholz 8 . Krcal brings in his work colleagues, with whom the house is visited. Thanks to overrated recommendations (“I’ll get in there in six weeks”), he decides to buy the house.
Nearby is a place whose inhabitants seem very backwoods to limited. There, Krcal learns that the house belongs to the mayor Kandler. He has long since noticed that the Viennese are interested in his house in the woods. Kandler is allegedly in negotiations for weeks with his assistant wards because of the house. Krcal finally offers him 400,000 schillings (around 30,000 euros) for the ruin and property, and Mr Kandler agrees. In truth, Ward was just a fake buyer to push up the price.
When Krcal family returns to their 72-square-meter apartment on Vienna’s Lerchenfelder Gürtel on the same evening and, as always, there is no parking near the apartment, Herbert Krcal only feels encouraged in his purchase.
Financing for the house is signed at his house bank, and the Krcal family can get down to business – unfortunately alone, as the promised help of the work colleagues is missing. Also, Herbert Krcal is not exactly a home-made talent. Among other things, he has to find that the damp walls are under power, whereas he wants to help with a waterproof wallpaper remedy.
As the Krcal family has to move out of their apartment in Vienna, as it has already been passed on to the neighboring doctor to increase their doctor’s office , the pressure on Krcal to complete the house in a timely manner. In the meantime, however, they get lodgings in the garden house of the parents-in-law.
Finally comes help from the friends who bring a Bosnian illegal worker. When checking the roof and roof truss, one of the chimneys collapses and devastates half of the house. Now the move moves into the distance. On the advice of his brother-in-law, Willi, there is nothing left for Krcal to do but to commission a builder with the repair of the house, which plunges him into even greater financial expenses.
Meanwhile, the pressure of the village community on Mayor Kandler grows. Some are convinced that he should never have sold the house. Kandler forbids Krcal to dig a cellar several times.
Margit applies in a drugstore pedicure as a beautician, where she as a clientele the vornehmtenden workman, she had previously seen in the hardware store on the stage with the floor grinder must serve. Stefan (Workman) suggests to Margit to take her to dinner, which she refuses.
Meanwhile, the Krcals’ marriage is heading for a crisis. Herbert is increasingly changing under the stress he is exposed to through home construction, in his firm and through the bank. Moreover, he has to endure the constant teasing of his brother-in-law Willi. To save costs, he has many activities of the contractor done without a bill.
He dumps his rubble illegally in the forest to avoid further costs. When Margit locked the car key in the car, Herbert “opens it” with a shovel and the phrase: Made in Japan, destroyed in Sulz in the Vienna Woods.However, he is caught by the ranger who has become aware of the noise and must pay a hefty penalty. Meanwhile, the water is up to his neck. On his birthday, his car is also confiscated by the leasing company and his wife tells him that she divorces.
Annoyingly at the end, Krcal von Meier and Forstinger gets the old company delivery van and an old caravan as a temporary quarters. At the delivery, he breaks with the two false friends who fool him and chases them away.
Christmas Eve spends Herbert Krcal alone in his caravan. But his wife does not bring it to heart and goes to see him with their mutual son, an avid spaceship enterprise fan. Both stay overnight and Philipp may stay with his father for a few days. The next day, both set to work in the now half-excavated cellar. Krcal has asked the District Commissioner – a cellar may be dug.
Before work, he beats a drug tablet into his beer. Suddenly, they come upon bones and believe they have discovered an ancient Roman grave. However, the randomly arriving gendarme clears everything up: the house stands on a former plague pit, When the gendarme wants to help Herbert “out of the pit”, he pulls the gendarme into the hole.
Now the drug at Herbert shows its effect. He fancies that all of his false friends and advisers are standing around the plague pit laughing at him. Brother -in-law Willi, who delivers the remark “get your own grave and then it is already occupied” . Then he fled with his son Phillip to the job of Margit, which has just the workman Stefan as a clientele, and noticed how Stefan Margit charms and missed him a slap on the nose.
Now everything is over for Herbert Krcal. The showdown takes place at the blue lagoon, a prefabricated house park near Vienna, where Krcal finds himself hostage in such a prefabricated house. The police manage to arrest him; but before he can be led away, he calls on the Enterprise for help, as there is no intelligent life on this planet. Krcal gets a response from Kirk and the family is beamed away.
Northern Skirts (1999)
Northern Skirts (German: Nordrand) is a 1999 German-language film directed by Barbara Albert. It was an international co-production between Austria, Germany, and Switzerland. It was Austria’s official Best Foreign Language Film submission at the 72nd Academy Awards, but did not manage to receive a nomination. The film addresses the marginalisation of the Vienna’s migrant and ethnic minority population against the background of rising xenophobia encouraged by Joerg Haider and the so-called Freedom Party.
Directed by: Barbara Albert
Written by: Barbara Albert
Starring: Nina Proll
Release date: 2 September 1999
Running time: 103 minutes
Komm, süßer Tod (2000)
Komm, süßer Tod (Come Sweet Death) is a 2000 Austrian darkly humorous crime film based on the novel by Wolf Haas of the same name. It is one of the Brenner detective stories, which tell of the luckless life of ex-policeman and unsuccessful private investigator Simon Brenner, who tramps throughout Austria and stumbles upon difficult crime cases.
Brenner is portrayed by one of Austria’s most famous comedians, Josef Hader. “Komm, süßer Tod” was produced by DOR Film, the Austrian Film Institute and ORF.
The film won the Romy Award for being the most successful Austrian movie of 2001.
Former police officer and luckless private investigator Simon Brenner has become an emergency medical technician, having been fired from the police force because he slept with his boss’s wife. He only wants to keep out of trouble and keep a steady job for a while, but finds himself caught up in a war between two rival EMS organizations.
Brenner is dragged back into his old detective life when a well-known nurse falls victim to a double murder in a hospital. The weary Brenner does not care, but his young and idealistic EMS partner Berti is eager to investigate. Soon after this another murder occurs — this time a fellow paramedic is the victim.
Brenner finally realizes that he has to solve this case, if only to return to his quiet and blissfully uneventful life of late. Slowly but stubbornly plodding along, he uncovers the ugly truth as he is confronted with the bitter war between rival ambulance companies.
Am anderen Ende der Brücke (2002)
The true story of an Austrian woman who lives today in the midst of her children and grandchildren in a small village south of Shanghai.
Vienna in 1931: Fanny Ebner, daughter of a police instructor, meets the Chinese police officer Ma Yunlong who participates in a training course in Vienna. The first shy approaches turn into a passionate love. Despite this love, the cultural differences are simply too big and seem insurmountable. Fanny’s parents reject the relationship.
Against the will of her parents and the advice of her best friend Annie, she leaves for China on her 18th birthday to marry Yunlong. After a long journey she can finally embrace her lover again.
At her wedding, Fanny realizes that in the future she will have to cope with the cultural discrepancies. However, private happiness and civic life are short lived. The political circumstances and disputes between Yunlong and his boss cause him to quit his job and move with his family to the country, where Fanny gets into isolation. The political past of the Tchang Kai-Chek nationalists is catching up with Yunlong. After Yunglong has been deported to a prison camp, Fanny has to fight hard for her children’s survival.
Even after Yunlong’s return, their intimate togetherness is short-lived, for the rise of the Red Brigades also affects Fanny and Yunlong’s life. It seems like he can not leave the forced labor camp for good. At Christmas time Fanny breaks up to surprise her lover in the camp. Fate takes one last dramatic turn …
Length: about 106 minutes
Actors: Nina Proll, Wang Zhiwen, Susi Nicoletti, Erwin Steinhauer
Director: Hu Mei
Music: Xiaogang Ye
Camera: Lüe Yue
Author: Wang Zhebin
Rental: Buena Vista
September is a 2003 German drama film directed by Max Färberböck. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival. The subject matter is the effect of the September 11 attacks.
The film takes place in Germany, shortly after the September 11 attacks. Eight individuals of different backgrounds react to the attacks with conflicting emotions and unpredictable behavior. The events have affected their personal lives.
Directed by: Max Färberböck
Produced by: Max Färberböck
Written by: Max Färberböck
Starring: Catharina Schuchmann
Music by: Dario Marianelli
Cinematography: Carl-Friedrich Koschnick
Edited by: Ewa J. Lind
Release date: 26 June 2003
Running time: 115 minutes
Nina Proll Net Worth
Nina Proll made her 0.5 million dollar fortune with Komm süsser Tod & Keinohrhasen and Tatort.
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Nina Proll: “Now I’m more of an understanding man”
Her attacking approach to the global #meetoo debate made Nina Proll the excitement of 2017: The actress, who is now seen in the new season of “Vorstadtweiber” , accused hypocrites of showbiz women – here she pulls over the of her triggered arousal record.
The hashtag #meetoo developed last fall, starting from Hollywood and the pathologically overbearing producer Harvey Weinstein, within a few days the mouthpiece for victims of sexual violence in the show industry: Countless women and some men reported how they sacrifice in the show industry of abuse were also in this country, well-known women reported under #metoo on Twitter to speak.
In the course of the debate, actress Nina Proll created a mix of sensation, irritation and approval by declaring, via Facebook, that sexual rapprochement was first and foremost a compliment – and a plea to differentiate between gross physical sexual violence and crude sexist rapprochement ,
In addition, Proll accused colleagues in the industry – such as the actress Gabriela Benesch – double morality: “I know all these actresses who run around at galas and events and their pugs to hold any producers under the nose, sit on laps and then claim they are been sexually harassed. ”
What has recently taught you about the structure of your industry?
I have generally noticed something: Although we are very privileged and prosperous, there is great dissatisfaction. Never before have so many people complained and thought that anyone else is at fault for being denied any particular happiness in life. Everyone has to serve then: the foreigners, the EU, the economy, Trump, mushroom, short, the left, the right or simply the men in general. Nobody likes to think that we also have personal responsibility or that life itself is unfair and imperfect.
I believe that one big problem of our time is that we are constantly being led to suggest that everyone can achieve anything! Rich and famous, slim, successful or in no time superstar or top model. But when reality lags behind this theory and we do not “make it”, the frustration is great. What surprised me most about this was that today it’s a heavy taboo to have your own opinion.
Is this taboo product of a Twitter and media bubble, or does it represent a cross-section of the population?
I believe that this is a special bubble, limited to media, art and politics. The people who are supposedly supposed to be or should feel no longer represented or heard in the discussions.
And you listen?
I do not want to play as Robin Hood of disadvantaged women. However, what happens now is very interesting to me: namely, that these women are in solidarity with me. It does not matter if I get on the train or go through the security check in the airport or if I speak to the cashier in the supermarket, it always means: “Thank you, Ms. Proll, that you have dared to say something, you are talking to me from the soul. ”
Is it the so-called “good-humourous” that gets on your nerves?
“Good man” is not a bad thing per se. I lean more on the philosopher Robert Pfaller, who says in a similar way: In our society there is a kind of sacrificial competition, especially the privileged try to portray themselves as the very poorest, to distract from their privilege, because as a second poor you are already through today the rust. And this form of self-expression is now fashionable from Hollywood to Vienna.
Would you take another look at the knowledge of the momentum that triggered your statement, or rather say: “Go, I’m all happy.”?
No, I admit, I also enjoyed mixing up the features section a bit. But what really bothered me was the image of women that was conveyed there. The woman as a pitiable victim of someone or something. In all clarity: If a woman is the target of a violent crime, then this term is absolutely appropriate. In the course of some accidental joke or a failed Tinder date of “victim” to speak, but I think presumptuous. I do not accept this image of the woman, and I oppose it. We women are not fundamentally the better people and do not have to dictate to men basically what they want and want from us. In this debate, women are portrayed as if they were fundamentally unfamiliar with sex and should be protected from it. They are almost mantra-talked to them, they are helpless, sensitive beings who do not know how to help themselves. That’s not how I see women, because I do not see myself represented. I do not mean to sound arrogant, but I believe that more women feel represented by me than by a Sigrid Maurer.
Against this background, do you consider being politically active?
Politically not, but as an artist we already have the task of holding up the mirror to society – in our films, plays and interviews. I was always accused that I interfere in a discussion that seems to me as a “non-affected” apparently nothing. But I am concerned because this discussion weighs on the overall climate between man and woman. So far, the smoldering debate has not won a single ordinary woman anything except those who are now on the “Time” cover. And Robin Wright, the “House of Cards” now without Kevin Spaceycan play to the end. But whether his departure is actually a profit remains questionable. If #metoo is our only way to get to the finish, to a top position or to a cover, I find that pretty sad.
Do you see it as a radical act of feminism to use sexuality to achieve a certain goal?
I have just seen a film from 1955 with Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni: “How wonderful to be a woman” – I can only recommend it to anyone! One has the feeling that women were ten times more emancipated than they are today. I value the fact that men and women are different and we ourselves decide when and if we use our weapons. That’s feminist for me. But then we must not blame the men for surrendering to these weapons. I can not complain afterwards that I have become the victim of my own weapons.
” We women are not necessarily less sexist “
You spoke of “boobs”, the actresses face the directors, of the “blowjobs” that your husband has to fight off – have you deliberately made use of a rougher language out of lust for provocation?
It was less lust but more anger. I am clearly unable to comply with the political correctness required here. But I will try to improve, I promise. In my defense: Many women here demand an awareness they often do not have themselves. Just because men usually do not find it harassing when they are groped by women or put in a drawer does not necessarily mean that we are less offensive or sexist. Perhaps I tried to clarify this with one or the other expression of force.
Do men sometimes feel afraid of their sexual self-esteem?
Not anymore at all. Through the resulting discussion they see in me rather the confidant or accomplice, now I am more of men’s understanding.
Are you afraid of being reduced to a specific role cliché due to your pronounced opinion?
A certain determination can not be influenced anyway.
How would you describe this commitment?
Well, my role in the “Vorstadtweibern” is already quite representative. But my way of counteracting that was to write a screenplay myself and develop a role like “Anna Fucking Molnar”. The first Austrian cinema comedy with a female protagonist. I think, in the year 2017 long overdue and a feminist act. And hopefully it will not be my last.
The actress and singer was born on January 12, 1974 in Vienna. Today she lives together with her husband, the actor Gregor Bloéb, and their two sons in Pfaffenhofen in Tyrol. The big breakthrough came in 1999 in the movie “Nordrand”, her most popular role is that of the boutique owner Nicoletta Huber in the TV series “Vorstadtweiber”
The Proll sings again
After the premiere of her film debut “Anna Fucking Molnar”, which is still in the cinemas over the holidays, Nina Proll will return to the music stage next year: on January 22, she presents her in the Vienna Theater Akzent Program “Suburban Songs”. Information and tickets on www.akzent.at
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