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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Trailer – Ghosts of Cité Soleil

Trailer - Ghosts of Cité Soleil

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Ghosts

Ghosts

Ghosts

  Since many years ago, her little girl disappeared in a supermarket in Berlin, lives the Frenchwoman Francoise (Marianne Basler), such as under a glass bell. Again and again she manages to control himself painfully, until it breaks one day, goes to Berlin and was always a new thought to recognize in any young woman on the street her daughter Marie. And again and again her husband Pierre (Aurelien Recoing) will follow her will, the consequences of their obsession that has become a ritualized action soften the sly “harassing”

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Trailer – Ghosts of Cite Soleil (DVD)

Trailer - Ghosts of Cite Soleil (DVD)

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Goya’s Ghosts

Goyas Ghosts

Goya’s Ghosts

  Spain during the turbulent era of the Enlightenment and the change in the late 18th Century: Once again, the powerful clergy rears his sharpest and cruelest weapon against the liberal tendencies of the people on – the Inquisition. In a depressing atmosphere of mistrust and spying, almost anyone suddenly come under suspicion from the true faith depart, and after intense questioning and brutal torture in the prisons of the Church of the victims of despotism are forced to match confessions.

The young, beautiful

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Ghosts of Cité Soleil

Ghosts of Cité Soleil

Ghosts of Cité Soleil

  Even in the opening credits of this film it becomes clear that, in Ghosts of Cité Soleil goes to the preserves, at least we are at the UN, according to “most dangerous place in the world.” Haiti has always been a country that rarely if ever came to rest. Occupied between 1915 and 1934 by the United States changed over the years starting from the end of the American occupation of dictators and absolute rulers like Francois “Papa Doc” and his son Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier and Jean-Bertrand Aristide in

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Nothing but Ghosts

Nothing but Ghosts

Nothing but Ghosts

  As presented by Judith Herman in 1998 their first volume of stories Summer House, Later , she succeeded with her debut literary breakthrough: Enthusiastic reviews, more than 250,000 copies sold and translations into seventeen languages, speaks for their great success. Only five years later, in 2003, published her second volume of short stories Nothing but Ghosts , which also stood for weeks at the top of the bestseller lists. From these two volumes has been the director Martin Gypkens served and turned

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