Trailer – The Broken

Trailer - The Broken

The Broken

               Genre: Thriller, Horror
The Broken – Trailer (English)
    Paranoia thrillers have already been popular in the 1960s. But only in the 1970s, they literally flooded the cinemas. The dialogue, witness to a conspiracy, and Three Days of the Condor are only the spearhead.
Title: The Broken Original Title: The Broken Country of production: France,

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A life long shorts wear

A life long shorts wear

A lifetime wear short pants

  How summarizes the incomprehensible into images? Sexual murders of children are certainly something of the most horrible thing there is in this world. And the news about pedophile atrocities do not stop. But how can we banish these scare into images that speak of him without sensationalistic, voyeuristic, or be preachy? One of the cases that shook Germany most of all was undoubtedly the case of the butcher’s assistant in the Ruhr Jürgen Bartsch, who from 1962 to 1966 four teenage boys abused kidnapped

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Trailer – Echelon Conspiracy

Trailer - Echelon Conspiracy

Echelon Conspiracy

               Genre: Thriller, Action
Echelon Conspiracy – Trailer (English)
    When Max Peterson gets a cell phone that he never ordered, he was initially surprised. But the device can cool a lot more than usual. The dark powers already calling soon on the scene.
Title: Echelon Conspiracy Country of production: USA Year of production: 2009

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Stefan Ruzowitzky – Biography and Filmography

Stefan Ruzowitzky - Biography and Filmography

Stefan Ruzowitzky – filmography and biography

  Stefan Ruzowitzky was born on 25 Born in Vienna in December 1961. He studied theater and history. Besides, he attended seminars at prestigious film camera crews and also worked on radio drama and theater projects.

In 1987, he realized as a director and author of documentaries, features and short films for the Austrian television ORF. At the same time he shot music videos for numerous pop stars such as The Scorpions, The Prince and ‘N Sync.

1996 Stefan Ruzowitzky with tempo

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The photographer

The photographer

The photographer

  Benjamin Katz knows them all: Georg Baselitz, Joachim bloomer, Anna and Bernhard Johannes Blume, Jan Hoet, Ora Katz, Walther König, Ralf Küpper, Markus Lupertz, Jonathan Meese, Werner Nekes, Rudolf Springer, Maria Anna Tappeiner, Cony Theis, Rose Marie Trockel, Verdi Quartet, and Andreas Walther.

The stars of the art world in need, such as stars in other media, including in particular the permanent presence. And hardly anyone has the stars of the art scene in recent years and decades, accompanied so extensively

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“I am a naive man who thinks more that movies could change the world” – Nic Balthazar in an interview about his film “Ben X”

I am a naive man who thinks more that movies could change the world - Nic Balthazar in an interview about his film Ben X

“I am a naive man who thinks more that movies could change the world” – Nic Balthazar in an interview about his film “Ben X”

  In his film Ben X Nic Balthazar tells the story of an autistic boy who can live in the “normal world” is difficult. He flees into the online game world of “Archlord”. There he can be what he wants to be. Strong, proud and confident. In real life, but he is not able to defend himself against the bullying of his environment and his classmates. Monika Sandmann met in Cologne to the Belgian director talks about

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Genesis

Genesis

Genesis

  Increasing vitamin C crystals at the beginning and thus equal to the initial hypnotic images in an unusual film. After microcosm, Winged Migration and Deep Blue might have been assumed to nature photography in the cinema have already seen the most spectacular. Well, that it is not so, because Genesis surprised with never before seen photographs and impressions.

That could have go wrong. For in this film is about nothing less than “the big picture”: the universe, time, love, birth and death. So, at the origin of all

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Mein Name ist Bach

Mein Name ist Bach

Mein Name ist Bach

  Leaves in May 1747 Johann Sebastian Bach (Vadim Glowna), accompanied by his eldest son Friedemann (Anatole Taubman), Leipzig, to go to Potsdam for the christening of his first grandson Adam. They are expected to Emanuel Bach (Paul Herwig), the second son of Bach and harpsichordist at the court of Frederick II of Prussia.
The King (Jurgen Vogel), who is teaching is about the arrival of the great composers, Bach arranged appearance the court to. The king provoked the composer, taking him to forward immediately

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German Film Award: “On the other side” gets 4 “Lola”

German Film Award: On the other side gets 4 Lola

German Film: “On the other side” gets 4 “Lola”

  Berlin – His favorite role was just last night: With four German Film Awards ( “Lola”), the German Film Academy has named on Friday night Fatih Akin’s German-Turkish co-production on the other side of the big winners of the awards ceremony in Berlin.

Fatih Akin himself ever took a “Lola” for Best Director and, contrary to the best screenplay, while film editor Andrew Bird was delighted at receiving the award for Best Editing. The highlight of the ceremony before 1,500 guests

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Accatone: Who never ate his bread with tears – TV-Tip of the Week

Accatone: Who never ate his bread with tears - TV-Tip of the Week

Accatone: Who never ate his bread with tears – TV-Tip of the Week

  The young Vittorio (Franco Citti) is all just called Accattone “which means” beggar “or” parasites “. Raised in the run-down suburbs of Rome, has yet Accatone never worked properly. He belongs to the lumpen proletariat of the Italian capital. Separated from his wife and his child, he lives with the prostitute Maddalena (Silvana Corsini), which will procure for him and thus ensuring the livelihood of the two. But as Maddalena after a dispute with a Neapolitan gang is

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