Newfoundland

Newfoundland

Newfoundland

  The story begins with a farewell from West to East. After the death of his wife makes the mechanic Robert with an old trailer in tow on their way to the east of Germany to the Elbe. There, he will earn his money by drawing up Muenzfernrohre. “You have to look at the things addressed that are constantly overlooked. Then there is still something to see.” And how could it be otherwise, Robert meets a woman – Christiane. She looks remarkably like his dead wife. And they earned their bread by traveling to the east of the

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The House is Burning

The House is Burning

The House Is Burning

  As a pure youthful frivolity might be called the wild days of the protagonists in the drama The House is Burning teenager would, director Holger Ernst did not some of them on the straight and narrow to drift away. Seriously in his very first film authentically staged the generation of 15 to 20 age group targeted and gives us an insight into its violence, drugs and conflict deep life. He shows us young people who are in search of himself, wisps through the streets of their small American town, in a world in which

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Michael Moore – Biography and Filmography

Michael Moore - Biography and Filmography

Michael Moore – biography and filmography

  Michael Moore finished 23rd Born April 1954 in Flint, Michigan, where he grew up. At 14, he attended the Catholic Seminary, where he focused on preparing the priesthood. At 22, Moore adopted by the policy, and studied journalism at the tion, University of Michigan. He founded the alternative newspaper The Flint Voice.

Michael Moore, the Oscar-winning director of the cinematic milestone Bowling for Columbine (Bowling for Columbine, 2002), who at the 55th Festival de Cannes, won the

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Paris is so

Paris is so

This is Paris

  Is there a city in Europe, which was brought into the picture in the cinema as often as Paris? Hardly. And yet the fascination of the capital of love remains unbroken and ever tempted again to cinematic experiments like this one for example, with sometimes more, sometimes less successful film Paris, je t’aime is observed. Cédric Klapisch, the art-house visitors, especially through his student film-WG-Barcelona for one year / L’Auberge Espagnole L’Auberge Espagnole and its successor – Wiedersehen in St. Petersburg /

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Like air to breathe

Like air to breathe

How to breathe

  In the Caucasus, on the border between East and West, Europe and Asia, is Georgia. This breathtakingly beautiful country is a country, which is currently in due to conflicts with its big neighbor Russia in the headlines again and again by cases of corruption, violation of democratic rules and abuse of power by making speeches themselves. It is easy to forget that magnificent landscape is the small Caucasus republic that is independent of Russia since 1991.

The filmmaker Ruth Olshan has gone in her film How

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Les Témoins

Les Témoins

Les Témoins

  There is chance that brings the protagonists in André Téchiné film Les Témoins / The witnesses – a fatal accident, as will emerge later. Manu (Johan Libéreau) has just arrived with his sister (Julie Depardieu) from the province in Marseilles, where it meets Mehdi (Sami Bouajila), who works as a cop in the custom, his wife Sarah (Emmanuelle Béart) and the gay doctor Adrien (Michel Blanc). While Manu’s relationship with Adrien – to the regret – is purely platonic, it can be a on a wild affair with Mehdi, there is

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Nigel Cole – Biography and Filmography

Nigel Cole - Biography and Filmography

Nigel Cole – biography and filmography

  Nigel Cole started his career in theater before he moved to television. He staged the first season of the award-winning British comedy series Cold Feet, and documentation of the series In The Wild, where celebrities like Julia Roberts, Meg Ryan and Robin Williams in remote corners of the earth trying to learn new things about human beings and wildlife.

Made his movie debut Saving Grace (Saving Grace) is thrilled to rebound in 2000 and won the Sundance Audience Award at the festival.

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Shortbus

Shortbus

Shortbus

  9 / 11 was an event with which a new era began – and not only in politics but also in the relations among the people. At least that is the basic thesis of John Cameron Mitchell’s Shortbus urban comedy about love and sex in New York, which has provided the basis of their directness and bluntness in advance for some attention.

At the heart of Mitchell’s dance of the search for love and a fulfilling sex life, there are three residents of the Big Apple, whose fate Mitchell at the beginning of the film linked: there is,

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Jean Renoir – Biography and Filmography

Jean Renoir - Biography and Filmography

Jean Renoir – biography and filmography

  The title of extensive documentation, which turned his former assistant, and later even prominent filmmaker Jacques Rivette about him that brings prestige to the phrase that the French director Jean Renoir in his contemporary colleagues enjoyed: Cinéma de notre temps. Jean Renoir, le patron. Even today, a reflection of French film history without the mention of the creation of Jean Renoir is hardly conceivable that has significantly inspired the radical movement of the Nouvelle Vague with

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Subway – TV-Tip of the Week

Subway - TV-Tip of the Week

Subway – TV-Tip of the Week

  The punks and the Beautiful: A wildly styled hair bleached by Fred (Christopher Lambert) are in marked contrast to the tuxedo he wears. And elsewhere he is more of unkoventionelle guy who desperately needs money in order to finally realize the dream of his own band to be. At the party of Helena (Isabelle Adjani), the frustrated wife of a businessman with ties to the Mafia, he simply goes beyond the safe and stole the documents contained therein. But the mafia quickly attaches herself to him at his heels,

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