Poppitz

Poppitz

Poppitz

  The Gerry Schartl (Roland Düringer) is an ace, but as a car salesman in favor of his inept junior chefs Bertram Bell Meier waived Schartl on the merits as the best seller. Perhaps, his hope is even thanked him so much consideration for one day. But the Senoir of the car dealership to die the worst possible time. For Schartl family – Gerry, his wife Lena (Marie Baumer) and teenage daughter Patrizia (Nora Heschel) – located in the well-deserved all-inclusive vacation on the resort island Cosamura so that it is feared that

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Trailer – Sin Nombre

Trailer - Sin Nombre

Sin Nombre

               Genre: Drama, Thriller
Sin Nombre – Trailer (German) Sin Nombre – Trailer (English)
    Sayra lives in Honduras and dreams of a better future. For years, she has not seen her father, who lives in the United States. Sarya decides to follow him …
Title: Sin Nombre Country of production: U.S., Mexico Year of production: 2009

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Trailer – Vengeance

Trailer - Vengeance

Vengeance

               Genre: Thriller, Action, Crime
Vengeance – Trailer (English)
    The director Johnnie To is for many fans of the genre of the Hong Kong action cinema and a true film icon. From 1980 To have a total of 50 movies filmed (number 51 and 52 are currently in production) and is also always happy to be invited to the Cannes Film Festival and Berlin, where the elite film critics mauled

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Saturday Night Fever

Saturday Night Fever

Saturday Night Fever

  During the week leading Tony Manero (John Travolta), a modest life as a color ekes out his existence as a seller and brave son of his parents’ simple, where he still lives. Saturday night, however, is the simple boy next door a confident macho, in the white suit, breaking the shirt with the big collar, the gold chain and the front of the domestic eingeprobten mirror choreography rows of the woman’s heart. His stage is the dance floor of 2001, one of the then rapidly emerging in the late seventies dance scales

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Muxmäuschenstill – TV-Tip of the Week

Muxmäuschenstill - TV-Tip of the Week

Muxmäuschenstill – TV-Tip of the Week

  There are weeks when it is extremely difficult to extract from the weekly offering on the German TV channels, a movie that is both worth a visit and had not already seen the other countless times. And then there again – rare enough – weeks in which we are spoiled for choice. This week, the latter is more likely the case – all the more gratifying for the spectators who have the choice between Fatih AkinsGegen the wall (Thursday, 1 October at 21:00 Clock on ARTE), Florian Henckel von DonnersmarcksDas

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Sakuran – Wild Cherry

Sakuran - Wild Cherry

Sakuran – Wild Cherry

  Japan in the Edo period, early 18 Century: the age of eight, was sold Kiyoha (Anna Tsuchiya) to a brothel in the entertainment district of the Japanese capital, where they will learn the profession of a geisha. She learned singing, dancing, will be trained in the art of Ikebana, as well as in the draping of the hair. Above all, she learns to please men and to ensnare her with eyes. But Kiyoha do not want to subordinate themselves, again and again she tries to break out of the cage, again and again she gets caught

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Zabriskie Point

Zabriskie Point

Zabriskie Point

  After a shootout at a demonstration in Los Angeles, the student thinks Mark (Mark Frechette), that it is searched as police killers. With a stolen sport plane he flies into the Death Valley, where he lived with the secretary Daria (Daria Halprin) on Zabriskie Point, a bizarre desert landscape, a short, passionate time. Although he is aware of the risks, he wants to return the plane back to Los Angeles. Here it finally comes to a disaster.

Zabriskie Point is a wild trip into the era of student unrest in the

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KZ

KZ

KZ

  Mauthausen was nothing more than a picturesque town in the middle of Mühlviertel in Upper Austria, were it not for only two kilometers away from the center of that place of horror with which the village is identified until the present day – the infamous concentration camp.

Mauthausen was the only concentration camp as a level III ( “annihilation through work”) and thus one of the toughest units on the territory of the Reich, a return of the detainees was not explicitly required, the prisoner death rate at 76 percent.

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Light tastes like

Light tastes like

As Light tastes

  Luke (Leo Zirner) is fourteen years old and wants to finally get out from home. On his birthday, he runs off and goes to Munich, where he wants to feel at last, as it is, if we all decide on their own. In the big city is, however quickly the frustration, because in his mind it was all a bit easier and less complicated with the ownership. Luke orders the impressions in his head, commenting on the chaos and conflicting impressions of the trip and tries to make sense of, but that’s not so simple. But then the boy who

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As long as you’re here

As long as youre here

As long as you’re here

  In the feature film debut of young director Stefan Westerwelle, who previously practiced primarily in short films, is his graduation film at the Academy of Media Arts in Cologne. As long as you’re here had its premiere at the Locarno International Film Festival in 2006 within the newly created category “Filmmakers of the Present.” Subsequently, the German filmmaker has visited with his debut internationally in the luggage over 30 festivals and has also received several awards, while designed the story to a

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