Trailer – It Might Get Loud

Trailer - It Might Get Loud

It Might Get Loud

               Genre: Documentary, Music Film
It Might Get Loud – Trailer (English)
    Well, the film’s title has really earned the title understatement. Overlooking the obvious has come in years “elder statesmen” of the Jimmy Page guitar solos tended to be perhaps even inclined to accept British understatement as the reason for winking decency of the title. Nevertheless, there

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Scarlett Johansson – Biography and Filmography

Scarlett Johansson - Biography and Filmography

Scarlett Johansson – Biography and Filmography

  Scarlett Johansson was in Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation (Lost in Translation, 2003) on the side of Bill Murray worldwide star. The film won the Oscar for Best Screenplay, Johansson was honored at the Venice Film Festival Best Actress, and also received nominations for the BAFTA and Golden Globe and an Oscar.

In 2004 inspired her for weeks, the German cinema-goers with her portrayal of maid in Girl with a Pearl Earring (2003). In addition, Johansson was spotted in The Perfect

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Vom Himmel hoch – Quand tu du ciel descendras

Vom Himmel hoch - Quand tu du ciel descendras

Vom Himmel hoch – Quand tu descendras du ciel

  Actually, the young farmer had his Christmas Jérome indeed rather different. But the debt burden on the family farm gives him no other choice but to go to Paris and find a job. Then he is lucky, at least something rotten in these times, because he finds a job in the city. On their behalf, he may hang strings of lights and decorate Christmas trees.

But this is the city fathers were not enough of a festive mood, then Jerome is still in the process also help the homeless, the pre-Christmas

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Splendor – TV-Tip of the Week

Splendor - TV-Tip of the Week

Splendor – TV-Tip of the Week

  The Splendor is the only cinema in a small provincial Italian town, but it has seen better days. A true family business, for already the father of the current operator, Jordan (Marcella Mastroianni) had led for decades the destiny of the cinema house. Supported by its presenter Luigi (Massimo Troisi) and Chantal (Marina Vlady) Jordan pulls out all the stops of guerrilla marketing. But consider all attempts over the years, more audiences to the cinema, availed little, a “week of Soviet film proved a flop,

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Trailer – Lars von Trier’s Antichrist

Trailer - Lars von Triers Antichrist

Lars von Trier’s Antichrist

               Genre: Drama
Anti-Christ – Trailer (German) Anti-Christ – Trailer (English)
    This film is an insult to the audience? An attack on entrenched viewing habits and other conventions of the cinema? A provocation for provocation’s sake? Or is there something more behind it? Lars von Trier’s Antichrist is surely one – a tour de force for the

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Miffo

Miffo

Miffo

  “Miffo” in Swedish means something like idiot or fool. Who in this quirky and lively romantic comedy by Daniel Lind Lagerlof now to be the idiot who actually is never quite clear. Candidates for this designation it is in this film that is certain. But in all probability, refers not just friendly titling, mainly on the young pastor Tobias Carling (Jonas Karlsson).

Freshly escaped from the seminary, the son comes home from a prosperous, enthusiastic and well-meaning, his first job. Unfortunately, the church has put him

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Wild Tigers I Have Known

Wild Tigers I Have Known

Wild Tigers I Have Known

  School is the best time – from motion. The pubescent Logan (Malcolm Stumpf) from California has since made quite a different experience. He is the outsider at school, will be ostracized and harassed, ostracized and beaten up. And all this only because his fellow students instinctively feel that Logan is different – alcohol and all the other rites of passage of boys his age do not interest him at all. Much preferred refuge of 13 years playing in wild daydreams, in which women’s dress, lipstick and wild animals

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What counts at the end

What counts at the end

What counts in the end

  If two different lifestyles clash, it is enough to provide for conflict. This confrontation takes place in a confined space, it is often physical violence. What counts in the end the different lifestyles of Lucie (Marie Luise Schramm) and Carla (Paula Kalenberg) are merged. Carla is cut off with big plans at home. She wants to Lyon to study fashion. But already at the station it is all stolen. She is stranded penniless and meets the dubious Rico (Vinzenz Kiefer). This collects on them and offers her to work

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Trailer – Dear love

Trailer - Dear love

Dear love

               Genre: Comedy, Romance
My dear love – Trailer (German) My dear love – Trailer (English)
    Freshly divorced draws 40th Sandy with her two children to New York. But the start of a new life is difficult especially because of the two offspring. Sandy Aram spur of the moment, the waiter in the coffee shop around the corner, as Nanny hires. The heartbreaking

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Yumurta

Yumurta

Yumurta

  In the most important films of the modern Turkish cinema breaks a lifestyle path that alternates between melancholic existentialism, alienation and hopelessness. To act as the work of auteur Nuri Bilge Cylan and Zeki Demirkubuz sometimes almost as a contemporary continuation of Antonioni’s films. But behind the self-referent loneliness and inability to enter into relationships here is not just a general loss of meaning in the sign of modernity, but above all, a traditional cultural break after the abolition certainties. Although

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