Whiskey Romeo Zulu – TV-Tip of the Week

Whiskey Romeo Zulu - TV-Tip of the Week
               Genre: Drama, Disaster Film
Wednesday 15 April 2009, arte, 23:30’s Clock

If you got used to take trips with his sometimes downright dirt-cheap airlines, you may reconsider after sighting this Argentinean drama from 2004, his position thoroughly once. Because even though Whiskey Romeo Zulu as a feature film is the directorial debut of the pilot and actor Enrique Piñeyro rests with the staged documentary film on the precision authentic history of the 3142 flight of Líneas Aéreas Privadas Argentinas (LAPA),

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Battle in Heaven

Battle in Heaven

Battle in Heaven

  There is no doubt that the Latin American film hard in recent years is coming. Filmmakers such as Walter Salles (The Motorcycle Diaries / The Motorcycle Diaries), Fernando Mereilles (The Constant Gardener / Constant Gardener), Alfonso Cuaron (Y tu mamá también) and Alejandro González Iñárritu (21 Grams, Babel) is currently among the pacemaker pulse generators and in world cinema and show how powerful, committed and entertaining art-house films can make off the beaten track. Also a qualified lawyer and international

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Swingers Club

Swingers Club

Swingers Club

  Load the occasion of their fifth wedding anniversary Albert (Stephan Schad) and Birgit (Susanne Wolff) their best friends to herself in her cottage in the country. What is planned as a pleasant and relaxed get-together, but quickly runs out of control, which is mainly due to Albert. For the latter lets you see that it is not appointed to the marriage of the best and he has an affair, which provides among the guests of bad blood. Especially since the are not exactly squeamish, so the oh so liberal and set mid-thirties

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Hinnerk Schönemann – Biography and Filmography

Hinnerk Schönemann - Biography and Filmography

Hinnerk Schönemann – biography and filmography

  Hinnerk Schönemann was born in 1974. His television debut was in 1999 in the Commissioner episode next victim Wrong Hannelore Elsner. Taddicken Already in 2001, followed by his feature debut in My Brother the Vampire (2001) by Sven.

Has since Hinnerk Schönemann in a variety of German TV and Die Hard as Emma’s Bliss (2005), Baader (2001), Crocodile (2003) and Hab mich lieb! (2005) by Sylke Enders, Gate to Heaven (2003), Sleeping Beauty’s quiet death (2004), The Boxer and the

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The Plane

The Plane

The Plane

  At the beginning of this film is the (child influenced) world is fine and only by the disappointment over the seemingly unspectacular Christmas present. For instead of the hoped-for bicycle gets the seven-Charly (Roméo Botzaris) donated by his father, a model airplane. What would be even closer, after all, Charlie’s father Pierre (Vincent Lindon), an aviation engineer. When he noticed the discord of his son, Charley, he put off to the next birthday, and the white pilots initially arrives carelessly into a closet. But the

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In Her Shoes

In Her Shoes

In Her Shoes

  Shoes are the self-confidence of a woman. Not only since Carrie Bradshaw from Sex and the City symbolize high heels, sneakers or stilettos fashion sense and mood of the fair sex.

About Shoes defined the relationship of the Sisters Maggie (Cameron Diaz) and Rose (Toni Collette). The attractive Maggie is a party girl, blessed with a job, and usually without intoxicating love life. Her sister Rose, however, has sworn off love and relies on a Princeton graduate career as a lawyer. The sisters are best friends,

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Hawking: The search for the beginning of time – TV-Tip of the Week

Hawking: The search for the beginning of time - TV-Tip of the Week

Hawking: The search for the beginning of time – TV-Tip of the Week

  On his 21st Birthday consider the physics student, Stephen Hawking and the girl of his heart lying on the grass, the stars – as Hawking succeeds in getting up suddenly no longer exist. In the hospital, he learns the bitter truth: The diagnosis was amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, ALS. This muscle disease progressively restricts movement and the ability to speak and eventually leads to respiratory failure. Nevertheless, the cosmologist is focused more and more on his

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Lorna’s Silence

Lornas Silence
               Genre: Drama
  In a famous essay in 1972 was dedicated to the director and screenwriter Paul Schrader (American Gigolo An / American Gigolo and Cat People / Cat People), the transcendental style in film. We write the history of the transcendental style in film until very recently, most certainly would be the cinema of the two brothers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne (The child – L’enfant) in this sequel to a weighty chapter devoted to – and not just because of their admiration for Robert Bresson, one of the three

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Gavin Hood – Biography and Filmography

Gavin Hood - Biography and Filmography

Gavin Hood – biography and filmography

  After he made in South Africa, a university degree in Law, Gavin Hood worked briefly as an actor before he entered the United States to study screenplay and directing at the University of California at Los Angeles. There he won in 1993 the Diane Thomas Screenwriting Award for his first screenplay, A Reasonable Man, which was inspired by the true case of ritual murder. The award judges included Steven Spielberg, Michael Douglas and Kathleen Kennedy.

After finishing his studies, Hood returned

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The Syrian Bride

The Syrian Bride

The Syrian Bride

  Majdal Shams is a small town in the Israeli-occupied part of the Syrian Golan Heights directly on the border. Living here since time immemorial, the Druze, an independent religious community, which is based in Syria, Lebanon and Israel. Although the Druze are strongly influenced by the Ismaili tradition, they sit down to a large extent by Islam, such as by refusing the Prophet Mohammed and the Koran as the only valid characters. Persecuted for centuries, the Druze live largely withdrawn marry only believers and hardly

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