Little Nick

Little Nick

           Little Nick
               Genre: Comedy
               Family Relationship, 1950s, students, fears
    Little Nick leads a peaceful life: He has parents who love him, a clique of fabulous friends – and he has absolutely no desire to change that something. But one day overheard a conversation between his parents Nick and thinks now that his mother was pregnant. He panics and fears the worst: a little brother! Nick’s parents have no time for him. Maybe they will expose him even in the forest, such as Tom Thumb in fairy tales. To avoid this unfortunate fate, the small Nick designed a strategy to stand up for his parents is indispensable. But although he does its best, he enters into a faux pas after another, conjuring up over time more and more trouble.   Title: The Little Nick Country of production: France Production year: 2009 Length: 90 (Min.) Distribution: Central Film

The Little Soldier

The Little Soldier

           The Little Soldier
               Genre: Drama
               Torture, Photographer, Algeria, deserter, secret agent, Geneva, Algerian War
  When French filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard for his second feature film needed a lead actress, he gave to a newspaper advertisement in which he sought an actress – and a girlfriend. The role went to the young mannequin Anna Karina, who was already acquainted with the director. During the filming of The Little Soldier in 1960, the two really a couple, the married soon after, and the intense black and white images of this film is to be considered clearly felt the admiration Jean-Luc Godard for his future muse, whose melancholy face quite vividly the melancholy mood stresses. In Algeria during the late 1950s, the brutal war for independence from French colonial power rages, is full of secret agents in Geneva, Switzerland opposite orientation, unsubscribe here this violent conflict among themselves. Among them is the French photographer Bruno Forestier (Michel Subor), who deserted from Algeria, the tired and secretly long grueling fighting plans to break away to Brazil. When Bruno the Russian model Veronica Dreyer (Anna Karina met) and falls in love despite much bet with a friend in the attractive and lost immensely looking young woman, he is currently in a very precarious situation. For his allies, the spy with the French request, as proof of his loyalty that he murdered a radio announcer, who supported the Algerian Liberation Front. When Bruno is vigorously denied, he gets himself in the firing line, and Veronica, who works for the enemy agent is not spared … A collage of different set pieces just appear this early work by Jean-Luc Godard, which presents staged as a highly political and as carefully as detailed. The war in Algeria shows here in the distant Geneva omnipresent: as newspaper reports on the radio, in attacks, threatening to howling sirens and idealistic slogans and philosophies. The Nouvelle Vague director has installed an illustrious treasure of quotations, which is also reflected in poems and book titles from Lenin and Mao Zedong. Even the cinematographer Raoul Coutard is honored by referring to his “law of maximum mess. On the other hand, the little soldier again shows a love story, the act allows his protagonists with mild to coarse cynicism and rarely exercise real close. The central themes of war, torture and even love entemotionalisiert seem odd, which ultimately culminates in the laconic end. “Actors are ass-licker, I despise them,” puts screenwriter Jean-Luc Godard’s tough heroes in the mouth, as well as the often-quoted remark about pictures and movies, reflecting his own view of those times: “Photography, that’s the truth , and the cinema is truth 24 times a second. ” It’s often the big words that dominate the intellectual climate of the dramaturgy, with an almost tangible, ambivalent pathos of distance and denial. In the French cinema in the early 1960s, the Algerian war was simply not available and the little soldier fell initially to censorship by the Government to the victims and did not come until 1963 in the cinemas after the year before the independence of Algeria was recognized. The political sensitivity of this drama, including on the specific issue out, is still clearly visible. When the exhausted Bruno, the monologue throughout the film as narrator off camera ever grumble about torture, which he himself suffers the misery of the human creature reveals delivered with unbridled power that reverberates for a long time. (Mary Anderson)
  Title: The Little Soldier Original Title: Le petit soldat Country of production: France Production year: 1960 Length: (# ) 84 (Min.) Published at: format: 4:3 tone / language: Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono, German, French EAN: 4006680055220 Extras: introduction of Colin MacCabe, photo gallery, trailers, movie posters

Little Ashes

Little Ashes

           Little Ashes
               Genre: Drama, Biography
               Spain, painter, homosexuality, 1920s, surrealism, Salvador Dalí
    Madrid in 1922: the young Salvador Dalí only 18 old when he began his studies. His bizarre behavior that fluctuates between extreme shyness and blatant exhibitionism excited, attention soon. Dalí meets Federico García Lorca. After some time the two became a couple, which is not easy, because a homosexual relationship is not recognized at that time. While Lorca has no problems with his sexuality, does not deal with Dalí. He goes to to Paris, then in the wrong right-wing circles and gets involved with the married Gala.   Title: Little Ashes Country of production: United Kingdom Production year: 2008 Length: 107 (Min.) Distribution: ( #) New KSM ISBN: 4260181983646

Trailer – Little Big Soldier

Trailer - Little Big Soldier

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Trailer – Little Ashes

Trailer - Little Ashes

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The Little King Macius

The Little King Macius

The Little King Macius

  To be king is not hard to be king do about it much – this experience must also small, just eight years old prince Macius, whose father died unexpectedly. From one day to another, the boy finds himself faced with the difficult decision of whether he is really old enough to claim the legacy of his father and rule the country. Macius convene first official act as a children’s parliament, which initially causes a huge mess by the adults transported to detention to school. But this can not be happy to provide the

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Little Tricks

Little Tricks
               Genre: Drama, Comedy
  In a sleepy Polish village can be the seven Stefek drift through the summer holidays. There are no grand adventures he experiences, but it’s the little things that fascinate him, is to encrypt and, and his universe, a world of wonder and discovery. The aim is to lead soldiers, childlike enjoyment of tropical fruits and the discovery of his missing father, whom he wants to bring back with more tricks to his mother.

For the childhood fantasy Stefek (Damian Ul), there is apparently

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Little Paris

Little Paris
               Genre: Drama
  How different can it be movies. And how different they can be described. In the case of Little Paris, we received two reviewers to assess the film very different. And because it’s the one truth does not exist – certainly not when deprived of film criticism – we want none of the reviewers. The decision whether good or bad, success or failure is in any case one that takes place not in the arts pages, but at the box office and through personal experience.

Verunglückter film jump

If

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Wall-E – The little robot on Earth

Wall-E - The little robot on Earth

Wall-E – The little robot on Earth

  How the world may look like without us? What if mankind could not live on Earth? These questions concern the human race again. And mostly, it covers too pretty bleak. In Pixar’s latest screen adventure – it is the ninth of the total animation Forging – see the director Andrew Stanton and his crew to a startling answer: Even if the human race the earth has long since left behind, humanity is still there, still at home. Namely in the form of a funny little sheet pile, which was left behind to clear

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Little Miss Sunshine

Little Miss Sunshine

Little Miss Sunshine

  “In life there are winners and losers”, that is one of the core duties of Little Miss Sunshine, and when we look into the minds of the assembled players are honest, you’re not sure what category they may belong well. The incredibly funny comedy about a family full of neuroses on the trip to California was the crowd favorite in this year’s Sundance festival and is now preparing to warm up Germany in the upcoming cold season with a sly look at the little human weaknesses.

Richard Hoover (Greg Kinnear) is

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