True Lies

True Lies

True Lies

  The films of Atom Egoyan are each time anew an event. Because there is hardly a contemporary director who brought together in a perfect manner similar intellect and emotion, visual and narrative sophistication complicated. Ararat, Egoyan’s last work was probably his most personal film, but could not convince at the box office, probably because the theming was the genocide of the Armenians too bulky to fit next to the usual suspects also “attract ordinary” viewers to the cinema. His latest film Where The Truth Lies – Where

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Trailer – In the Electric Mist

Trailer - In the Electric Mist

In the Electric Mist

               Genre: Drama, Mystery
In the Electric Mist – Trailer (English)
    Dave Robicheaux (Tommy Lee Jones) has already experienced a lot – as a soldier in Vietnam, as well as later as a cop in New Iberia, Louisiana, and as unrestrained alcoholics, although the request appears to be always good to get a handle on, but then again repeats the offense .
Title:

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Trailer – Crazy Heart

Trailer - Crazy Heart

Crazy Heart

               Genre: drama, literature
Crazy Heart – Trailer (English)
    Bad Blake is a country singer who was married scon too often, is too long getingelt from concert to concert and the alcohol is not averse. At 57 years, he is broke and is left with nothing when he met the journalist Jean – an encounter that will give impetus to his life again.
Title: Crazy Heart

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Romuald Karmakar – Biography and Filmography

Romuald Karmakar - Biography and Filmography

Romuald Karmakar – biography and filmography

  The directors of the German film director Romuald Karmakar has a special role. German preferences, German history, violence, passion and delusion run like a thematic leitmotif through his films.

The very first employed in 1985 to Super-8 movie turned the then 20-year-olds, A Friendship in Germany, with the young Adolf Hitler. ” The Himmler Project, in which contends Manfred Zapatka the authentic text of a 1943 SS generals held prior to speech by Heinrich Himmler in 2000 was the

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Guys

Guys

Guys

  Garmisch-Partenkirchen in the forties of the last century: While gaining an Olympic village, the ambitious Dörfler (Nicholas Ofczarek) against its eternal rival Gamser (Sebastian Bezzel), the sled race. Bluster can celebrate Dörfler, while kinked Gamser and his team at the awards ceremony are available. From now on, the two opponents go different ways and can not stand each other. But the village is small and it is almost impossible to avoid completely.

1952, about twelve years later: Dörfler is a wealthy brewery

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Walk on Water

Walk on Water

Walk on Water

  Actually it is quite a simple job that Eyal (Lior Ashkenazi), a young agent of the Mossad run, is that the contract killer is on the way to the mission, the old Nazi war criminals and Alfred Himmelmann to identify and liquidate. To this end, Eyal makes itself up to heaven’s grandson Axel (Knut Berger), who visits the Holy Land to meet his sister Pia (Carolina Peters), to which her family has turned its back and lives in a kibbutz. But Eyal’s not quite to the point, the suicide of his wife makes him difficult to establish,

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RIZE – keeps us on anything!

RIZE - keeps us on anything!

, RIZE – keeps us on anything!

  David LaChapelle is in professional circles as a sort of “Fellini of fashion photography, and is among the ten most important photographers in the world. His productions with stars like Cameron Diaz, Leonardo di Caprio, Ewan McGregor, Madonna and Elton John have our perception of the stars and the images we have of them in the head, materially affected. Meanwhile, LaChapelle is also a sought-after director of music videos for sizes of showbiz like Jennifer Lopez, Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears, Avril

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Crusade in Jeans

Crusade in Jeans

Crusade in Jeans

  It’s hard to believe: There is indeed still the most successful children’s books earlier date, which have not yet been filmed. These works date was listed as Thea Beckman’s novel Crusade in Jeans , which was awarded in 1976 in Bologna, with the European prize for the best historical children’s book. In the Netherlands, the book has sold more than 340,000 times and is now in the 72nd Reprint. The book has been translated into 13 languages and published in over 20 countries – a real long-seller, therefore, is

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Paula’s Secret

Paulas Secret

Paula’s Secret

  “The most beautiful thing in life are the breaks,” already knew Roy Black and Anita. That was even back then, and until now it has not much changed. And because this is so, the holidays are still the greatest thing for children, a time full of adventure and freedom. But instead of indulging in nostalgic images and romantic notions of a carefree childhood, there are Gernot Krää in his children’s film Mystery Paula’s surprisingly realistic, and has the adventures of its young heroine of Paula in the here and now located.

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Trailer – There’s Something About Steve

Trailer - Theres Something About Steve

There’s Something About Steve

               Genre: Comedy
There’s Something About Steve – Trailer (German) All About Steve – Trailer (English)
    The eccentric Mary Horowitz is convinced that the cameraman Hartman Hughes and they are destined for each other. Through his career Hartman is constantly on the move, constantly haunted by the annoying Mary.
Title: Crazy)

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