The Woodsman

The Woodsman

The Woodsman

  Philadelphia, USA: After a 12 year prison sentence for sexual abuse of underage girls back Walter (Kevin Bacon) to the supposed freedom returns, but which from the outset, as such, does not feel for him. Overtly suggests rejection and hatred towards him in his new work in a sawmill. Even his own sister keeps her distance, and a police sergeant looks regularly at his home by humiliating – especially with the intention of him. Only his tough-worker Vickie (Kyra Sedgwick), herself a single fighter and Disadvantaged of life,

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Selon Charlie

Selon Charlie

Selon Charlie

  After the competition entry Volverdes Spanish director Pedro Almodovar can be completely described as a women’s film in which the few who remain only marginal, is the French film director Nicole Garcia, now with Selon Charlie / Charlie Says contrastive to a work before, which is entirely with the spheres of men employed. Garcia is also no stranger to Cannes and this year represented the third time in the competition for the Palme d’Or – in 1986 she took part with the short film 15 Août / August 15th at the Festival

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You Kill Me

You Kill Me

You Kill Me

  The fact that killers are also human beings, and sometimes really nice, the audience knows the movie is not only since Leon, the Professional. In Mr. & Mrs. Smith, two professional killers are released each other, which incidentally are married to each other to see in Bruges … and die? find two assassins in Bruges, the contemplative love of culture and a lovely Belgian. And there are a number of other films where the filmmakers not as soulless killers monster, but as people like you and me to show. In short: In probably

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Waiting for the Clouds

Waiting for the Clouds

Waiting for the Clouds

  Trebolu is a small fishing village in northeastern Turkey. From here it is just 100 kilometers to the border of the vast and menacing Soviet empire. It is sometime in the seventies and in Turkey, the mistrust runs deep against all dissenters. As the older sister died of villager Ayshe (Rüçhan Çaliskur), runs the old woman is always back. The ten year old Mehmet (Rýdvan Yagcý, however) who loves Ayshe fervently, is very concerned, because he loves nothing better than listening to their stories. Breaks when

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Oscars – L. A. Crash wins

Oscars - L. A. Crash wins

Oscars – Crash wins

  With a little surprise, ended the 78th Award of the Academy Awards at the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles. Not for 8 Oscar nominee Brokeback Mountain directed by Ang Lee was named the best film, but the directing debut of Paul HaggisL.A. Crash.

Even before LA crash had been given an outside chance, as many observers have suggested that the story could be closer to social exclusion and discrimination in the jury, as the homosexual themes of Brokeback Mountain. An appraisal, which should be confirmed. But director

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We see ourselves beautiful

We see ourselves beautiful

We see ourselves beautiful

  Alte Liebe – know as the saying goes – does not rust. Also in Antoine de Caunes’ film prickly We understand each other wonderfully! / Désaccord parfait is a previous relationship that the two individuals and their environment as a whole put in a frenzy.

Formerly the director Louis Ruinard (Jean Rochefort) and actress Alice d’Abanville were (Charlotte Rampling) as Glitzerpaar of the great European cinema. In the seventies, the two celebrated successes together, came to Oscar honors, and were celebrated

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Longing

Longing

Longing

  “They’re always brittle, always severe. In the films, actually nothing happens. They are slow, sad and it will never actually said – that it is, Berlin School ‘. They come away with the critics have always been good and then so from 5000 to 10,000 spectators. “With these few words characterize director Oskar Roehler a type of film that has been growing in popularity in recent years and yet remained a secret. To this group belongs to Berlin filmmaker since her debut film, the HFF-38-year-old Valeska Griesbach. In my star she

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Shotgun Stories

Shotgun Stories

Shotgun Stories

  Arkansas is the venue for this family feud, which will result in deaths of between seven half-brothers. Beyond glamorous American film director Jeff Nichols said in his first feature-length film that revenge can never be successful, but always is a story of defeat. With stunning landscapes, taciturn protagonists and a dramatic story becomes a completely different cast, little nicer view of America.

The three brothers, Son (Michael Shannon) who have Boy (Douglas Ligon) and Kid Hayes (Barlow Jacobs) not just

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World Trade Center

World Trade Center

World Trade Center

  It is a day like everyone else. On the morning of the unusual heat 11th September of 2001, have breakfast, the two police officers Will Jimeno (Pena Martin) and John McLoughlin (Nicolas Cage) from the New York Harbor Police, together with their families. A symbol of peace, which will be suddenly destroyed on that day, but the suspects at this time no one. Then they make their way to work. When the news arrives that a plane at 8:46 clock in the north tower of World Trade Center is cracked, McLoughlin and Jimeno

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The Warriors – Soundtrack

The Warriors - Soundtrack

The Warriors – Soundtrack

The Warriors is a small, dirty film, shot in 1979 by Walter Hill and over the years has matured to become a cult film. A gang is staying with a band meeting on the other end of New York and falls unexpectedly from all fronts. When a murder is appended to them, the Warriors need to make sure that they make it back alive in her district. But that’s not so easy, because all of the city gangs are behind them …

Funky, he is the soundtrack to THE cult films of the late 70s and early 80s. After the introduction

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