Martina Gedeck – Biography and Filmography

Martina Gedeck - Biography and Filmography

Martina Gedeck – biography and filmography

  Martina Gedeck was on 14 Born September 1961 in Munich and spent her childhood in Landshut, and Berlin. After high school she studied acting at the Max-Reinhardt-Seminar at the Berlin Academy of Arts.

Her stage debut was at Frankfurt’s Theater am Turm. Later Gedeck played at the Deutsches Schauspielhaus in Hamburg, the local Chamber of games at Kampnagel at the Schauspielhaus in Hamburg and Basel. In 2005 she performed at the Deutsches Theater in Berlin.

Martina Gedeck film

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The Natural

The Natural

The Natural

  Last month, died in the great actor Paul Newman, who in this feature film debut of the American film director Stuart Rosenberg (Brubaker, 1980) plays the stubborn hatch of 1967, a prisoner very special kind of Cool Hand Luke / Cool Hand Luke, along with numerous nominations and won Awards Oscar for Best Supporting Actor George Kennedy and led not infrequently to the current ranking of 100 outstanding films under different terms.

The enterprising Luke (Paul Newman), who bets only too happy to reckless and games

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For Love of the People

For Love of the People

For Love of the People

  Since spills but since some time, a wave of nostalgia for the East by the German cinemas. Sun Alley and Good-Bye Lenin! the state have been behind the wall almost popular and Spreewald cucumbers known as the good Kaba. That in the old East Germany was not all so wonderfully innocent and not even just a bit stuffy, Eyal Sivan and Audrey Maurion show in her documentary, For the love of people.

In February 1990 S. Major sits in his office at the Ministry of State Security. The Stasi is on the verge of

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Mongol

Mongol

Mongol

  A long time, the Mongol chieftain Genghis Khan in Russia as the epitome of evil. And that was primarily historical reasons: two hundred years, the Russians lived under the rule of the Mongols, so it’s no surprise that the visibility was negatively influenced many Russians at the time of the occupation. Triggered by reading The legend of the black arrow of the renowned Russian historian Lev Gumilev, the Russian filmmaker Sergei Bodrov (Caught in the Caucasus began, 1996) in the nineties it, deeper into the backgrounds

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Whether you want it or not!

Whether you want it or not!
               Genre: Drama, Comedy
  Suddenly she just stands at the door: Laura, a young woman in their late 20s who has cancer, has abruptly stopped their chemotherapy and taken refuge in the bosom of the family. The sudden confrontation with the suffering and the inevitable death of Laura’s is best known for her mother, Dorothea (Senta Berger is a challenge), during) her father (Jan Decleir focus and calm the whole recording. After Dorothea’s attempts to persuade her daughter to fail with the help of Laura’s husband, Peter

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Angry Monk – A journey through Tibet

Angry Monk - A journey through Tibet

Angry Monk – A journey through Tibet

  In his documentary, Angry Monk – A journey through Tibet, the Swiss filmmaker Luc Schaedler the life Gendun Choephel, whose work explores once prepared to solve his country out of centuries of torpor. He paints a picture of an unruly wanderer between the worlds of his country, accompanied the often glorified in the West perceived Tibet, with a critical eye and an alert heart and that he loved so much that he wanted to change it.

The angry monk, as the contradictory title of the film Gendun

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Frozen Angels – TV-Tip of the Week

Frozen Angels - TV-Tip of the Week

Frozen Angels – TV-Tip of the Week

  Los Angeles is the epitome of a city where dreams occur, a glamorous city in which the wishes and aspirations of the people are served in a huge industrial complex, fueled and fed. But Los Angeles is not only the film metropolis par excellence, but also the global center for reproductive medicine. A scoundrel, who a connection between the notorious Tinseltown superficiality and the fantasies of the feasibility of gene-sniffing popes. And yet, it pushes it to the cinema-goers after seeing the film

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Half Nelson

Half Nelson

Half Nelson

  Ryan Gosling is increasingly developing into a man for all cases. Just in the wonderful comedy Lars and see the women / Lars and the Real Girl, followed by the next film already on the foot. Even Gosling in Half Nelson shows all the shades of his acting ability, impressed by the power of empathy and filled with small gestures and play its role in a discreet way, worth seeing.

In the film by Ryan Fleck and his co-writer Anna Boden Gosling plays the teacher Dan Dunne, who attended predominantly by African-American

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Delicate parasites

Delicate parasites

Tender parasites

  Is this not really a market niche: the lonely people pay a little attention – for money? Two young people try out this business model. You encounter problems with which they have not reckoned in the dream. Almost inevitably, their naivety leads into a moral downward spiral. And yet they do not give up. An atmospherically dense, wonderfully harmonious blend of thriller and social study said.

At the beginning there was a newspaper report. Been reported by a young woman who lived with her boyfriend for six months

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Trailer – Battle in Seattle

Trailer - Battle in Seattle

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