Trailer – Ghosts of Cité Soleil

Trailer - Ghosts of Cité Soleil

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Last Tango in Paris

Last Tango in Paris

Last Tango in Paris

  There are films that mark the life of a whole generation and the perception of an entire epoch. Last Tango in Paris can be counted among this genus with certainty. Published 1972, the acting director Bernardo Bertolucci severe trouble with the authorities in his home country Italy, which put the movie on the index, from which he disappeared again until 1987. Bertolucci was sentenced to four months in prison and lost his civic rights for five years.

In Bernardo Bertolucci’s controversial film Marlon Brando

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Palermo Shooting

Palermo Shooting
               Genre: Drama
  Actually, this film is a love declaration from Wim Wenders to Campino, singer of Die Toten Hosen. The two men are friends for a long time, and now the director has set a monument to the punk rocker, which is beyond its musical creativity.

Of course it was not the concern of Wenders ‘film’, a musician, but he has created for itself with Finn, the protagonist Campino alias, an alter ego, that after a traumatic Fast-death experience the sense of Life rethinks.

Finn, renowned celebrity

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Rachel Weisz – Biography and Filmography

Rachel Weisz - Biography and Filmography

Rachel Weisz – Biography and Filmography

  Rachel Weisz was born on 7 Born in London in March 1971. Even as a teenager, she worked as a model, an activity which it carries today. She currently has a contract with the cosmetics company Revlon. During her studies at Cambridge British Studies, she founded a successful theater company and has received numerous awards for her acting achievements.

In the course of her career, she has made an impressive array demonstrated both the selected projects, as well as their roles in it far.

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Farland

Farland

Farland

  The story of Axel (Richy Müller) and Karla (Lara Tonke): Two people meet for the first time in the hospital room. Axel visits his son, is like the sister of Karla in a coma in intensive care. Joint moments of the days of waiting and hoping an emergency community with sparse dialogue, the attempt to tackle the extremely difficult situation in any way. But for the two shows also the necessity to deal with the past life and its difficulties (again confront) to, let buried, repressed emotions come to light that will simultaneously

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Before Sunrise – TV-Tip of the Week

Before Sunrise - TV-Tip of the Week

Before Sunrise – TV-Tip of the Week

  Actually, Before Sunrise, which presumably handlungsärmste film of all time: A man and a woman strolling through a European city, flirting with each other, talk about past and future, and now and then runs in the background by a car. Nothing more. A description of any friend of exciting Filmkost probably permanently destroy the appetite for this movie mag. But there is also another version, talking about this movie from the year 1995: Some people think that is it for one of the truest love movies,

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The visitor

The visitor
               Genre: Drama
  Agnes is a successful neuroscientist who has her life completely under control. Thus, it provides at least the outward impression. On closer inspection, however, find it on precipices, but not by drugs, crime or illegality, but simply the uniform of everyday life. With a loving husband and her adolescent daughter can do nothing more and are looking for a different life.

Brittle, supercooled and closed masters Agnes (Sylvana Krappatsch) their lives. You seem to be unaware how much she and

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Trailer – The Mist

Trailer - The Mist

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Vadim Glowna – Biography and Filmography

Vadim Glowna - Biography and Filmography

Vadim Glowna – biography and filmography

  Born in 1941 in Eutin actor, director and screenwriter, attended drama school in Hamburg. After his apprenticeship at Gustavus Griindgens Hildeburg Freese took him directly to the Hamburg Schauspielhaus. Engagements, directed by Peter Zadek, Wilfried Minks and Claus Peymann at the Munich Chamber of games, the theater of the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen and Berlin. At the same time you could see the very diverse and successful character actor in numerous film and television roles.

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The Misfortunates

The Misfortunates
               Genre: Tragicomedy
  “God created the day and we dragged ourselves through it.” (Dimitri Verhulst: The Beschissene of things)

What is with the Belgian filmmakers going on? For years we had the impression that the Belgian film landscape would be almost exclusively from the Dardenne brothers, pushing for in recent years, young, mostly Flemish directors and produce a spectacular film after another. What this notice is its unsparing and disillusioned view of the marginal areas of the Belgian company to outsiders,

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