The star of the soldier

The star of the soldier

The star of the soldiers

  Afghanistan was for the director Christophe de Ponfilly such thing as a labor of love and the love of his life. In 1981 he traveled for the first time in the country in the Hindu Kush, in order to document the greatest dangers of Afghan resistance fighters against the Russian occupation forces that had invaded the country in 1979. In the Panjshir Valley, the documentation Une vallée contre un empire was built on the struggle of resistance fighters against the Russians. Three years later, he secretly returned

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Trailer – Illuminati – Angels

Trailer - Illuminati - Angels

Illuminati – Angels

               Genre: Thriller, Crime
Watchmen – Trailer (German) Watchmen – Trailer (English)
    That prevail in the economic rough manners, should one or other interested parties determined to be noticed in recent years. The enthusiasm of many managers and business leaders to the principles of Sun Tzu (The Art of War) and Carl von Clausewitz (On War) illustrates

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SommerHundeSöhne

SommerHundeSöhne

SommerHundeSöhne

  Different levels of two young men could not be more than Frank and Marc: While one of them – Frank (Fabian bush) – still well-behaved at home lives in fantasies disease was made and is perfect for employed and lethargic, we see Marc (Stipe Erceg) immediately that the is a different caliber. Marc is on the run from the police and just wants time to Morocco, so he simply the mobile home from Frank’s parents on an IKEA parking lot stealing – and its contents, which in this case he needs to take Frank for better or

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Vicky Cristina Barcelona

Vicky Cristina Barcelona
               Genre: Comedy
  Indecent Proposal, or disarming honesty? A young man invites his two totally unknown women at a threesome a – is a very polite, warm and amazingly relaxed Art For Woody Allen, the prelude to a shimmering play of the chaos of feelings that the old master of romantic love comedy again shows, in top form.

Has always been the now 72-year-old dominated the fine art of telling great and small tragedies to light way. But with Vicky Cristina Barcelona Woody Allen has once again found a new sound:

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Trailer – Be Kind Rewind

Trailer - Be Kind Rewind

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Dani Levy – Biography and Filmography

Dani Levy - Biography and Filmography

Dani Levy – biography and filmography

  Dani Levy was born in 1957 in Basel and has lived in Berlin since 1980. After a wild childhood and adolescence as a clown and an acrobat in the circus than a rock band and a guitarist, as he himself says, mediocre Abi, he played in Basle (1977 – 79) and Berlin (1980 – 83) theater before it with you I also submitted (1986) makes his directorial debut, for which he received the same award for best comedy film on the festival of Vevey.

Other awards he received for his 1988 shot RobbyKallePaul

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Effi Briest

Effi Briest
               Genre: drama, literature
  Under the “famous last words,” the famous last sentences of literary history takes, Mr. von Briest’s famous “Oh, let Louise (sic), … that is too wide a field, one of the top rank this book.

Hermione Huntgeburths adaptation of Theodor Fontane’s novel, society has set itself ambitious targets. For the book is not only the darling of many German (and thus also the object of hatred so) much troubled student, but also a sophisticated template which has not exactly been waiting for

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Memoirs of a Geisha

Memoirs of a Geisha

Of a Geisha

  Even before the premiere of the film adaptation of the novel Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden, who had been held for two years in the New York Times bestseller list, indicated that the work of Rob Marshall (Chicago) provide at least for a little scandal would. For it seems strange and plenty of foolish, if in a film, which addresses a special Japanese issue, almost all the female roles filled by Chinese. This caused both in Japan and in China for big trouble, as is still the relationship between Japan and

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The biggest game of the World

The biggest game of the World

The biggest game of the World

  What have a Mongolian nomad family, one of the Nigerien Tuareg camel caravan and a Brazilian Indian tribe from the Amazon in common: They live in the remotest regions of the world and they love football. So much so that they do everything possible to see the final of the 2002 World Cup between Germany and Brazil on television. About their use and the hurdles they had to overcome in the process, the Spanish director Gerardo Olivares, the gay episode film shot the biggest game of the World / La Gran Final.

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Children of the Silk Road

Children of the Silk Road
               Genre: Drama, War Film
  The Englishman, George Hogg, saves late thirties in China sixty orphaned children’s lives, as he flees with them along the silk road in front of the Japanese. Roger Spottiswoode has turned the true story of the brilliant Jonathan Rhys Meyers in the lead role and is given by a fantastic camera settings the war, a fascinating face.

, The English journalist George Hogg (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) is inexperienced in 1937 as a war correspondent for China, which has suffered under the occupation

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