Where the Wild Things Are (live DVD)

Where the Wild Things Are (live DVD)

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And if they are not dead – they still live today

And if they are not dead - they still live today

And if they are not dead – then they are still alive today

  After 2006, the first two parts of the conclusion of the now-famous Golzow saga were produced, now come to Part 3 a.m. to 4 p.m., the final final episode in the cinemas, which were completed last year. Over 2570 minutes to include the gigantic long-term documentation of children, adolescents and adults later, in 1961, and a small film in black and white on their first school days in the small town in Brandenburg Golzow began 80 kilometers east of Berlin, in September this

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Live and Become

Live and Become

Live and Become

  We all still know the images of poverty from Ethiopia, there was raging as the mid-eighties a great famine. And with just these pictures, the new film begins by director Radu Mihaileanu, whose film train of life is likely to be in good memory. Train the way of life would be a good title for Mihailenaus new film Live and Become / Va, vis et deviens because, as in his previous film, the filmmaker also told a story that deals with the survival of David (Moshe Agazai) is nine years old and lives in Ethiopia. The land

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What do you live?

What do you live?

What do you live?

  A young director with no budget, a graduate of the Cologne Academy of Media Arts with the experience of collaboration in small documentaries, youth club meets in Cologne on a group of youths who come from immigrant families. It strives to win this for a trial environment with the camera, because it is the handling of the guys together and impressed by their language. That certainly does not sound like an earth-shattering initial situation, perhaps for a solid documentary for television, and yet the film is what

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What do you live?

What do you live?

What do you live?

  A young director with no budget, a graduate of the Cologne Academy of Media Arts with the experience of collaboration in small documentaries, youth club meets in Cologne on a group of youths who come from immigrant families. It strives to win this for a trial environment with the camera, because it is the handling of the guys together and impressed by their language. That certainly does not sound like an earth-shattering initial situation, perhaps for a solid documentary for television, and yet the film is what

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