Tickets – Berlinale Competition 2005 – Out of Competition

Tickets - Berlinale Competition 2005 - Out of Competition

Tickets – Berlinale Competition 2005 – Out of Competition

  Three heroes of the art-house film here have done together to make a episode film about Europe – Ermanno Olmi (The Medici warrior), Abbas Kiarostami (Taste of Cherry) and Ken Loach (Ae Fond Kiss). Especially Olmi, Kiarostami, are known for their serious, thoughtful and sinnbeladenen known works, and so it is no wonder that tickets has become a serious, thoughtful and sinnbeladener film – so serious sinnbeladen and deliberate, that the viewer feels the uncontrollable urge to

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Solnze – Sun – Berlinale Competition 2005

Solnze - Sun - Berlinale Competition 2005

Solnze – Sun – Berlinale Competition 2005

  An intriguing issue is dedicated to the Russian director Alexander Sokurov) in Solnze (sun. According to studies by the dictators Hitler in Moloch and Lenin in Taurus, Sokurov is now engaged with the Japanese Emperor Hirohito and a God in Europe, little-known chapter of Japanese history, the incarnation of a god in human form.

On 15 August hear most Japanese for the first time in her life, the voice of her Tenno – the God Emperor – on the radio. Given the proclaimed American atomic

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Sometimes in April – Berlinale Competition 2005

Sometimes in April - Berlinale Competition 2005

Sometimes in April – Berlinale Competition 2005

Sometimes in April and Hotel Rwanda, which ran out of competition, show two perspectives on the genocide in Rwanda. While one focuses exclusively on the events surrounding the hotel manager Paul Rusesabagina, Raoul Peck focuses on Augustine and Honoré Muganza, two brothers who were both on the side of the ruling Hutus. One of the two, Augustine, is a soldier in the militia of Hutus, but married to a Tutsi and endorses the murder of not, dear, he goes out of the country. His family, however,

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Thumbsucker – Berlinale Competition 2005

Thumbsucker - Berlinale Competition 2005

Thumbsucker – Berlinale Competition 2005

  When a boy at age 17 still sucks his thumb like an infant, it is not only unusual, but possibly also an indication that something is wrong with him. A knowledge and which may also Justin Cobb’s parents (Tilda Swinton and Vincent D’Onofrio) face, for her son (Lou Pucci) is according to statements of the orthodontist and amateur psychologist Dr. Perry Lyman (Keanu Reeves), the King Kong of oral obsessions ” . The doctor feels called to help the boy, but the hypnosis immediately brings to light

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Paradise Now – Berlinale Competition 2005

Paradise Now - Berlinale Competition 2005

Paradise Now – Berlinale Competition 2005

  Who has not heard the news of Palestinian suicide bombers who move with explosives on his body to Israel to pull as many people there with him to death? And of course waiting for the martyrs of the Jihad’s paradise, then preach to us again and again the self-appointed Middle East experts, the bogeyman and prejudices tend to cement, when we make the plausible motives.

A very different picture of two suicide bombers characterized by Palestinian director Hany Abu-Assad, in his sensational

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Provincia meccanica – Berlinale Competition 2005

Provincia meccanica - Berlinale Competition 2005

Provincia meccanica – Berlinale Competition 2005

  Within the rigid habits shaped by life in the Italian province of Marco and Silvia seems, a young couple with their two children, Sonia, and Davis, an iguana and a dog who violate the standards of the regulated life. The daughter does not go to school because the teachers do not agree with Silvia’s son and the three-year deals with video games instead of playing with regular toys. Of course, the parents mean well with their children, but they do not realize how their behavior is irresponsible.

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