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In den er Jahren boomt der Computer. Ein Visionär, ein Ingenieur und ein Wunderkind erleben diese Zeit auf ihre eigene Art. Sie alle geraten an Computerriesen und werden beruflich und privat auf eine harte Probe gestellt. Halt and Catch Fire – Wikipedia. Sie sind die „Mad Men“ des frühen Computerzeitalters: Joe MacMillan und sein Team um Ingenieur Gordon und Programmiererin Cameron nehmen es Anfang. The final season of this critically acclaimed series navigates the rise of the world wide web, possibly the greatest technological innovation in history. Our cast of. „Halt and Catch Fire spielt in den frühen er Jahren und handelt vom Computer-Boom durch die beginnende Verbreitung des Personal. Halt and Catch Fire: Ein Visionär, ein Ingenieur und ein Wunderkind werden im Verlauf des Computer-Booms der frühen er Jahre mit Computerriesen . Amazon Prime zeigt die US-Serie Halt and Catch Fire. Die spielt in den er-Jahren und ist durchaus sehenswert. Warum? Darum.
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Strategic framing of shots was also used to avoid anachronisms,  as was computer-generated imagery to turn an Urban Outfitters location into a rug store.
Production on season two lasted from October to May The fourth season's first episode opens with a sequence edited to appear to be a " one shot " that covers three years of story.
The sequence was conceived by Campanella and filmed over two days, requiring several hairstyle and wardrobe changes to the actors. To identify period-accurate lighting fixtures, televisions, telephones, kitchenware, and curtains, he consulted: back issues of Texas Homes and D Magazine ; old Sears and J.
Due to the difficulty of finding decor items with brass finishes, Totten often resorted to reproducing the look with gold paint or brass spray paint specially ordered from Krylon.
Other heavily sought after items included: lamp shades with pleats and tapered or bell shapes; furniture with clean, linear lines and upholstery on the arms, legs, and feet; and metal constructed props instead of plastic.
As a result, he drew from the s and s for certain sets, such as Bosworth's office and the Clark home.
Old family photos provided by Totten and other crew members adorned certain sets to give the impression of the characters having extended family, while Totten's children drew the refrigerator art seen in the Clarks' kitchen.
Prior to the second season, additional crew members were hired for the production design team to help with their extensive workload.
The architecture and design of Atlanta posed a challenge to the production design staff for achieving period accuracy.
Bernstein said, "it's a new city. There are not a lot of buildings from the s and s. Modeled after a single-story American Craftsman —style home that was popular in the s, the set's design featured hardwood floors, ample trim moldings, built-in shelving painted white, and curved kitchen woodwork.
The set was designed as a converted fruit-packing warehouse with brick walls and large windows. At the series's onset, many of the vintage computer props were obtained on eBay or from private collectors through Craigslist.
One prop that could not be sourced was an IBM mainframe computer , requiring a replica to be built in consultation with Living Computers using original plans from IBM's archives.
Staff sought out s artwork from antique stores, thrift shops, and online; works with legible artist signatures were submitted to a clearing company, which attempted to obtain approvals from the artists or their estates to use the works on-screen.
Some art vendors had the artists' contact information, allowing the buyers to deal with them directly. The designers also rented pieces from local galleries that were able to sign releases on the artists' behalves.
Freilich said that the early s fashion was "a little bland, a beige time", and that as a result, vintage clothing stores did not carry much merchandise from the period.
The wardrobe department ultimately obtained many articles of clothing from shops and rental houses in Los Angeles where inventory was more extensive.
The original score was composed by Austrian musician Paul Haslinger , formerly of German electronic music group Tangerine Dream from — Certain characters were accompanied by recurring musical elements; for Joe, Haslinger composed "glassy" tracks with out-of-focus, slightly off-pitch elements to match the character's struggles.
Instead, he tried to write for the subtext or underlying tension of scenes. He also incorporated more influences from beyond the s, such as the works of Giorgio Moroder.
Punk rock played a prominent role in the characterization of Cameron, frequently playing through her headphones on-screen or non- diegetically to represent her temperament as a rebellious loner.
The scene in which she enters the Cardiff Electric offices for her first day of work is soundtracked by the Clash 's " The Magnificent Seven ", whose lyrics about the "futility of the capitalist grind underscor[e] her ambivalence about the job", according to Pitchfork.
The rebellious, troublemaker Joanie enjoys Shonen Knife , and Haley listens to PJ Harvey and riot grrrl bands while coming to terms with being queer.
The opening title sequence was created by the design studio Elastic, with creative direction from Antibody.
The title sequence depicts an electrical signal racing across a neon-red digital landscape, leaving a trail as it travels. Along the way it passes digitally distressed images of the main cast members, before it completes its journey to light up an LED indicator.
The animators were tasked with creating an "abstract and symbolic" sequence "about the computer era that was about people, not machines".
The sequence originated as a pitch to the showrunners to depict the "birth of an idea". The artists' first inspiration was to show a lightbulb turning on, a common visual metaphor for an idea, and consequently they sought to show the journey of a signal to light up the bulb.
Sequence director Patrick Clair said the storyboarding process took longer than usual and went through many iterations. During this stage, art director Eddy Herringson toyed with geometric shapes inspired by Saul Bass art, retro video games, and sex education films; Clair said the team "bounced between digital sperm to missile command and back — all in 8-bit.
In the initial pitch, the artists depicted competing signals that ended up disintegrating or being left behind, but these elements were scaled back.
The team took artistic license with the appearance of electric and digital signals in the sequence. Due to the need to show the signal in a state of constant motion from shot to shot, precise animation and cuts between shots were required.
Serif fonts were used for the credits and were inspired by the mature, classical typography and conservative layout design of personal computing advertisements from the s.
The color scheme, inspired by high-saturation 4-bit color computer graphics, was dominated by an "iridescent red that never peaked beyond hot magenta".
To give the title sequence a human element, images of the main cast members were incorporated. Rather than show " beauty shots " of the actors, the animators heavily edited images of them in a glitch art style.
Marks "de-rezzed" the character images with Adobe Photoshop by selecting rectangular sections and using the software's average color feature on each; Marks said the process gave each portrait an "interesting facial approximation".
Afterwards, the images were built into 3D models, although the artists did not want a "fully immersive 3D scene" but one that still had "more depth than just a graphic".
Since the series's story was about "people putting pressure on themselves, and risking self-destruction through their own ambition", the artists wanted to depict them "decaying, breaking under the pressure of velocity and self-destruction".
They achieved this by streaking debris, digital artifacts, and facial details away from the portraits in horizontal lines; Marks likened the effect to a person " re-entering the atmosphere from orbit but in a digital world".
Marks described the theme as "straddl[ing] the line between contemporary electronica and more retro-analog" sounds.
The theme was provided late in the process of creating the title sequence. Cantwell and Rogers wanted Halt and Catch Fire to explore what it meant to be considered a success or a failure.
Rogers said they were interested in the pejorative connotation that the term "loser" carries in American culture, and they sought to redefine how success could be measured beyond binary terms to give their characters more humanity.
In response to their failures, the characters are forced to undergo transformations, both personal and professional. Cantwell called reinvention a major theme of the series, saying: "tech is about failing fast and changing quickly.
That felt like it gave us license to do that. The characters' professional ambitions frequently result in them making decisions at the expense of their personal relationships.
In the pilot episode, Joe tells Gordon: "Computers aren't the thing. They're the thing that gets us to the thing". What was important was that it brought them together over and over again, and that they all made each other better.
The series explores themes of feminism ,  sexism ,  and gender roles. But when the person making that decision is a woman in the workplace, on Halt and Catch Fire , as in life, it's all too easy to write off that decision for being 'emotional.
Cantwell and Rogers were annoyed by the common trope of women being accessories to male storylines in television dramas, and wanted Cameron and Donna to be "formidable engineers and formidable people in their own right".
Davis said that Donna and Cameron represented the stories of second- and third-wave feminism , respectively. The pilot was screened at the South by Southwest festival on March 8, The pilot was also screened for employees of several technology companies, such as Apple, Twitter , Google , and Dropbox.
ET timeslot, replacing Mad Men , whose mid-season finale had aired the week prior for its final season. Season two premiered on May 31, , and concluded on August 2.
Halt and Catch Fire was distributed internationally by eOne Television  as one of the first series covered by a agreement with AMC to distribute the network's original scripted programming.
S Satellite Services in Israel. The first season received favorable reviews from critics. At Metacritic , which assigns a rating out of to reviews from mainstream publications, the first season received an average score of 69, based on 31 reviews.
He highlighted the "distinctive visual style", focus on "material that has not already been done to death elsewhere on TV", and the "pair of unfamiliar and interesting lead actors".
Although skeptical about how the show would evolve, Goodman said, "It's a premise with possibilities and could be AMC's best offering of the post-classics Breaking Bad , Mad Men era.
Reviewing several episodes, Chris Cabin of Slant Magazine said "the show's creators choose to tailor the series to focus on the enigmatic MacMillan, which might explain why Halt and Catch Fire comes off as overtly coy and more than a little aimless".
The review called the show "a hungry anticipation for what machines can and will do, but it only has a cursory interest in the complex humans that built them.
Club echoed these sentiments, writing that the pilot "feels like the network trying to reverse engineer VanDerWerff, though, said that "the pilot moves with a kind of confidence that's hard to fake" and praised Campanella's "intriguing direction".
She liked the stories of the male leads and the progression of the female characters but said that "Pace's excellent performance was not enough to make the show rewarding".
He noted, however, the "worthwhile cast that did far more than enough to bring the occasionally spotty narrative to life" and said, "The groundwork for something special is there, imperfections and all.
The second season received strong reviews, with many critics noting the series's improvement over its first season.
At Metacritic, the season received an average review score of 73 out of , based on 8 reviews. He praised the emphasis placed on the female leads, Davis's performance, and how it reframed the male leads, while noting that the focus on Mutiny "inject[ed] the show with the jittery, caffeinated energy of a start-up".
Commenting on the season's exploration of issues facing working women, Paskin wrote, "what is so satisfying about its treatment of sexism She said that the chemistry between Donna and Cameron "is looser, releasing the show from the burdens of its gloomy forerunners", and that the marriage between Gordon and Donna felt nuanced.
Nussbaum said the series was best at being "a platform for a fascinating, buried period of history" that provided "oddly profound meditations on the nature of originality in the digital age, nested within relationship talk".
Poniewozik said, "true to Moore's Law , it has become magnitudes better. Several publications ranked the second season among the best television series of on their end-of-year lists.
The third season received critical acclaim. At Metacritic, the season has an average review score of 83 out of , based on 12 reviews, indicating "universal acclaim".
Sims praised the series for creating emotional investment in the characters' ideas, for its depiction of teamwork and the act of creation, and for using "[Joe] MacMillan to satirize the Jobsian cult of personality that defines so much of the tech world".
Ryan said the characters' failed attempts to connect with each other resonated because of the series's "compassionate approach to its core characters".
Chaney said the series earned its "should-watch status" through its cast, use of restraint, and depiction of characters on the verge of technological breakthroughs.
Many publications ranked the third season among the best television series of on their end-of-year lists. The fourth season received critical acclaim, and the strongest reviews of any season of the series.
At Metacritic, the season has an average review score of 92 out of , based on 8 reviews. He said the series's refusal to guarantee the characters' success "doesn't just make for great television, but great characters, and those characters are partly why Halt has staved off its own demise.
He concluded his review by calling the series "an urgent story of rehumanization for a cold, wired culture". She called it one of the few dramas that was able to "stay nimble and sharp" by "find[ing] endless new iterations of the characters it already has".
Suarez of Popmatters said the season "never sacrifices nuance and thoughtfulness for twists or attempts to outdo itself," calling the show "confident enough to let its characters succeed and fail without having to spell out who's right and wrong".
Many publications ranked the fourth season among the best television series of on their end-of-year lists. The premiere episode drew 1.
Despite the low overall ratings, the network renewed the show in August for a second season of ten episodes. AMC's president Charlie Collier said, "We have a history of demonstrating patience through the early seasons of new shows, betting on talent and building audience over time.
The second-season premiere drew , viewers, , of whom were ages 18— The season averaged , viewers per episode and a 0. Stillerman said, "The critical momentum was a big part of the decision.
Halt and Catch Fire appeared on several rankings of 21st century television series. Thrillist called it the best TV series to air all of its episodes in the s; writer Esther Zuckerman said: "perhaps more than any other show that began during this decade, Halt and Catch Fire captured the agony of trying to navigate a world where it's easier and easier to hide behind a computer screen.
In documenting the beginning of the boom that brought us to where we are, [Cantwell and Rogers] created characters who reflected universal anxieties through their longing.
The show's most beautiful optimism was that we might be able to return to that world someday. In its critical assessment of s television, Vulture included Halt and Catch Fire in its section of "Indisputable Classics" and said, "Observant, replete with unexpected and great soundtrack choices, and blessed with four lead actors Club ranked it 29th on their list of the best shows of the decade, saying that it was in "the pantheon of great but underseen series that'll hopefully find greater appreciation years after the fact".
Two fourth-season episodes were ranked among the best TV episodes of the s; BuzzFeed News included "Goodwill" in its list of the top 25 episodes,  and Film School Rejects ranked "Ten of Swords" 23rd on its list of the top From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Thankfully, Halt and Catch Fire evolved into something that went beyond a Mad Men retread, and became something that stood on its own, with this final season proving to be leaps and bounds from where it began.
It is an achingly beautiful portrayal of four people striving to make something that matters, all the while screwing up relationships and finding a way back to each other.
Rebooting, but not erasing, each season improved on the one that came before it. The final season has also portrayed the aching isolation of adolescence in a way that prestige dramas sometimes struggle with when throwing teen girls into the mix.
And if they were ever to do a spin-off, then may I suggest following Haley Clark into whatever she does next? As soon as they find out Comet is effectively dead in the water—Yahoo!
So Joe does what he did a lot of in Season 1, and smashes shit, this time throwing a chair through the office window so he can break the seal on the Gordon work shrine and turn the alarm off.
Instead, the alarm acts as a signifier of things ending, including his relationship with Cam and the final project he worked on with Gordon.
Lee Pace demonstrates how wounded Joe is, and how at a loss he is without his work partner. Hope is hard to find in this storm and yet there is something on the horizon.
This puts him on a journey back east. Joe switches out his truck and hoodie for a fancy car and suit—reminiscent of the one we first met him in—which suggests he has returned to the company he originally came from.
Instead he takes everything these last eleven years have taught him and puts it into the next generation. Episode 1. Episode 2. Inside Halt and Catch Fire: Season 4, Episode 2 The cast and creators discuss Gordon's similarities with his daughter Haley, Donna's struggles in the boardroom, and Joe and Cameron's reconnection over the phone.
Episode 3. Inside Halt and Catch Fire: Season 4, Episode 3 The cast and creators discuss Joe's next big idea, Cameron's professional setbacks, and Gordon and Donna's trouble mixing business and family.
Episode 4. Episode 5.The Ringer. Visit our What to Watch page. The Cardiff Electric team celebrates the completion of the Giant, but Joe sets fire to the truck containing the first shipment and disappears, leaving Gordon to run the company. Retrieved June 10, The Mandalorian: Season 1. View All Netflix Thriller Filme
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Halt and Catch Fire: Season 2. Karyn Kusama directed the finale hour of the two-part finale, and the standout scene occurs when reminiscing turns into conceptualizing a new company by the name of Phoenix.
The pattern of Phoenix is the same as Mutiny, except this time when they go under—the neon sign flickers and turns off—their relationship is saved.
That is the heart of Halt and Catch Fire. When Donna stepped out of the kitchen and back into the workspace, it shifted her away from the dreaded nagging wife territory at the end of Season 1.
The choice to then pair Donna up with Cameron transformed Halt and Catch Fire from just another show about difficult men and the women who put up with them, and became instead about collaboration and the relationships that fuel it.
It took Gordon dying for Donna and Cam to find their way back to each other, and when Cam comes to say her farewells things keep getting in the way.
Like all good love stories, obstacles both help and hinder the big reunion. This speech encapsulates everything Halt and Catch Fire has been saying for four seasons, and through the struggles these characters have endured.
And Cameron stands in the sea of frocks in dungarees and T-shirt, always the style outlier. And really, having a swimming pool in the center of a party was always going to be hazardous.
In a costume callback, Cam changes out of her wet clothes into a red sweater that is similar to the one she wore throughout Season 1 as the one piece of clothing she deemed office appropriate.
Or, the answers could also be as simple as the user wants to make them. The internet is as broad as it is long. Everyone has a legacy to pass on: Joe through teaching, Gordon through the people he left behind, and now Bos and Diane are free to undertake global adventures having done all they need to in the workplace with their mentees.
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