Berlinale 2006 – The eighth day of competition: Isabella, L’ivresse Du Pouvoir

Berlinale 2006 - The eighth day of competition: Isabella, Livresse Du Pouvoir

Berlinale 2006 – The eighth day of competition: Isabella, L’ivresse Du Pouvoir

  Slowly they are tired or fatigued, the film critic. After eight days of the Berlinale, several movies, parties and receptions as snoring through entire movie sitting next to some lengths. Initially there were no grounds for today’s competition day fatigue.

Isabella by Pang Ho-cheung
What does one do anything for a Rolex. For without a true copy of this luxury watch you count nothing in Macau. At least not in Pang Ho Cheung’s Isabella competition

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Ghosts – Berlinale Competition 2005

Ghosts - Berlinale Competition 2005

Ghost – Berlinale Competition 2005

  Always drawn Francoise (Marianne Basler back) to Berlin. She hopes to find her daughter, Marie, was kidnapped here many years ago, when she was three years old. Her husband Pierre (Aurelien Recoing) is complied from Paris to be with her. In fact, his sensitive wife, also requires care, because the constant burden of non-forget-ability makes it a case for psychiatry. But then Françoise met at one of their forays the young Nina (Julia Hummer), which is housed in an assisted living project. Nina has

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Berlinale 2006 – The seventh day of competition: longing, Romanzo Criminale, and Candy

Berlinale 2006 - The seventh day of competition: longing, Romanzo Criminale, and Candy

Berlinale 2006 – The seventh day of competition: longing, Romanzo Criminale, and Candy

  Much to celebrate and to party should be avoided as much as possible at the Berlinale 2006. At least if one wants to watch the competition. Every little attack of fatigue is consistently punished, and the films do their part to ensure that snoring sometimes synchronously several spectators. Remarkably little tension and drama can be seen on the 56th Berlinale. Critics and viewers will be this year voyeuristic and observers of characters and their

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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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Anklaget – Indicted – Berlinale Competition 2005

Anklaget - Indicted - Berlinale Competition 2005

Anklaget – Indicted – Berlinale Competition 2005

  How does a person who is stigmatized over night and becomes a social misfit? To this question, the film revolves Anklaget (Indicted) by Danish director Jacob Thuesen.

To the outside swimming coach Henrik (Troels Lyby), the secretary Nina (Sofie Gråbøl) and daughter, Stine (Rosenkrands Kirstine Mikkelsen) are a happy nuclear family. If any problems occur, then these are usually caused by the adolescent Stine, who shuts himself increasingly confronted with her family. But one

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Berlinale 2006 – The third day of competition: The New World, elementary and The Silence Of Sleep

Berlinale 2006 - The third day of competition: The New World, elementary and The Silence Of Sleep

Berlinale 2006 – The third day of competition: The New World, elementary and The Silence of Sleep

  Nearly one third of the competition films it has been done on the canvas and the journalists well maintained, depressed or just bored. If they have nothing to complain – the weather is no longer an issue, the conditions for the international press is good, the organization works – are the films turn. Rightly so, as was hardly an outstanding contribution in the competition. Three new experiments in terms of the Golden Bear was on this

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Cannes Film Festival announces competition films

Cannes Film Festival announces competition films

Cannes Film Festival competition films are known

  Paris – The 59th Cannes Film Festival has announced the official competition entries. Having in recent years, contributions such as the fat years are over the world were completed by Hans Weingartner, or Do not Come Knocking by Wim Wenders, a decades-lasting abstinence from important German film festival, is this year do not see a German film in competition at the Croisette .

An amazing eighth time attends the Briton Ken Loach Cannes. In 2006, he shows The Wind That Shakes

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Fateless – Berlinale Competition 2005

Fateless - Berlinale Competition 2005

Fateless – Berlinale Competition 2005

  Was not received in yesterday’s presentation of the competition Hungarian film Fateless-nominated by the book Fateless by Imre Kertész. The film had followed after Heights by Chris Terrio had surprisingly withdrawn with Glen Close to participate in the competition. But the high expectations on the film version of the globally acclaimed novel have not been fulfilled yesterday.

Imre Kertész has survived as a teenager, the Auschwitz-Birkenau and Buchenwald. From the perspective

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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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