Heart of Fire – The journey of the young Awet

Heart of Fire - The journey of the young Awet

Heart of Fire – The journey of the young Awet

  Seldom has a German film in anticipation of a Berlinale and before his first performance as provided for excitement and opposition as Luigi Falornis competition entry Heart of Fire – The journey of the young Awet, the loosely on the autobiography of the same name is based Senait Mehari. This contradiction is the experience of the film, mainly due to the author against whom, in February of 2007, the first voices were loud, insisted on the fact that Mehari was never trained as a child soldier

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Trailer – Young @ Heart

Trailer - Young @ Heart

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A Mighty Heart

A Mighty Heart

A Mighty Heart

  Each and every day we are faced with bombings, killings and kidnappings in Iraq and Afghanistan in the news. Above all, journalists are exposed to such dangers. The hostage taking of U.S. journalist Daniel Pearl in 2002, engaged in Michael Winterbottom’s terrific new film A Mighty Heart / A Mighty Heart, based on the presentation of “A Mighty Heart: The Brave Life and Death of My Husband Danny Pearl,” the Memories of Daniel Pearl’s wife Mariane.

In January 2002 held in Daniel Pearl (Dan Futterman), Southeast

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Trailer – A Mighty Heart (DVD)

Trailer - A Mighty Heart (DVD)

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Ferdinand Hodler – The heart is my eye

Ferdinand Hodler - The heart is my eye

Ferdinand Hodler – The heart is my eye

  If you ask in Switzerland after the local artist who enjoys the highest reputation in his homeland, Switzerland, almost all agree – Ferdinand Hodler is something like the National Confederation of Painters. And not just because two of his paintings once adorned the banknotes of the country. Hodler’s paintings are so well known to every Swiss long and familiar.

Hodler, 1853 Born in Bern, grew up in poverty and had to go to the untimely death of his parents at the age of twelve years,

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A Heart in Winter

A Heart in Winter

, A Heart in Winter

  Maxime (André Dussolier) and Stephane (Daniel Auteuil) are friends and business partners to jointly lead to two very different men a thriving fiddle workshop which specializes in the restoration of valuable instruments. Stephane lives quietly and misanthropic, he lives, so it seems, only for his work, even taking his bachelor apartment in a central square. Despite his perfect pitch was denied him a career as a musician. Maxim, however, is open-minded and articulate, a bon vivant, of course, is not exactly averse

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The Heart of Jenin

The Heart of Jenin
               Genre: Documentary
  It was pure intuition, made the act of mind, Leon Geller. In the morning he had heard by accident of history. And that same evening he shot the first pictures of The Heart of Jenin, which the Born in the USA and realized in Israel living director together with his German colleague, Marcus Vetter. And not only this aspect of the genesis for many of the participants should prove to be fortunate. For the story that developed during the course of the shooting could have better, tighter and more

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Must Love Dogs … man with a heart

Must Love Dogs ... man with a heart

Woman seeking man with a dog … with a heart

  The divorce rate is as high as never before – in Germany alone, currently almost every third marriage ends in court. It’s high time that Hollywood this growing audience of divorced singles finally re-dedicated. Of course there were one or the other, the romantic comedy, which – sometimes more, sometimes less – Is the question, there is life after divorce? “Set apart. We arrived in One Fine Day (Days like this have – with George Clooney and Michelle Pfeiffer) to benefit, a single mother,

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Hidden Heart

Hidden Heart
               Genre: Documentary
  If one asks for the name of the first physician in whom a heart transplant, has ever succeeded in a man, there is hardly ever a too-long delay – the South African Christiaan Barnard was to which this procedure on 3 December 1967 succeeded. Louis Washkansky even if the patient died due to pneumonia 18 days after the transplant – since that time, Barnard was a media star, which was reinforced by his extravagant lifestyle and his affinity for the jet set yet. Hardly a month went by, was spotted

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With heart and hand

With heart and hand

With Heart and Hand

  Burt Munro (Sir Anthony Hopkins) is an owl, as he stands in the book, a genius inventor and real successor Daniel Gyro. Munro, who has already crossed the sixties and lives alone in the New Zealand provincial Invercargill, cares little for the opinion of his irritated, but patient neighbor, when he again herumschraubt in his “Indian Scout”, built in 1920 and the result of his unconventional Efforts vociferously tests. The fellow is not just any motorcycle wrench, but possessed of a desire: He wants to prove to

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