Basta. Red wine or being dead

Basta. Red wine or being dead

Basta. Red wine or being dead

  “I have wept only three times in my life: when they hung Jack Ruccini has, at the birth of my son, and when I dropped the wing of a truffled chicken into Lake Ontario.” With this quote from Al Capone’s Basta begins. Red wine or being dead, and it just points to the balancing act that must cope with the film: Raw gangsters and subtle flavors are the focus of Pepe Danquart’s latest project:

, Oskar (Henry Hübchen) is not only body and soul Koch, but also Recovering money for the Russian mafia in

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Being Julia

Being Julia

Being Julia

  The actress Julia Lambert (Annette Bening) is in London in 1938 at the height of their creative and behaves accordingly. Moody and bitchy diva until she gives the acclaimed theater star, is the world at his feet. But the ravages of time gnawing at the grande dame of London theater, slowly but surely, she feels like her body, her greatest asset, is now showing just the mid-40s with normal aging signs – for the eccentric lady a damn good reason for a tangible midlife crisis. So has a new man here, because the marriage with

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