Trailer – The Mother of Tears

Trailer - The Mother of Tears

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Tears of April – The Unyielding

Tears of April - The Unyielding
               Genre: Drama
  Finland in April 1918: Shortly after independence from Russia is raging between the conservative “white” troops under the command of Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim and the “red” bitter labor movement led civil war for dominance. When the troops from the German Reich Civil eventually supported to gain the upper hand, have especially the many women in the ranks of the Reds among the victors to suffer – there will be numerous rapes and executions. Based on the # (in Finland, a very successful novel) The

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Happy Tears

Happy Tears

Happy Tears

  Actually, one would have guessed early on may have already guessed, no, where are you going to Mitchell Liechtenstein competition entry Happy Tears – into the seemingly infinite realm of family neuroses and fantasies: When buying Jayne (Parker Posey) in a Boots store price of $ 2800 to the proud (apparently there was at the time of the shoot yet) no evidence of the financial crisis, she suddenly sees the seller as vultures standing before him. Not only excursion into the realm of the imagination the way – Ally McBeal

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The tears of my mother

The tears of my mother
               Genre: Drama
  Berlin is the mid-eighties an island of stranded souls, “as it says at one point of the movie The tears of my mother. With the only difference being that this island is not surrounded by a sea, but by a wall. At least so it is a native of Argentina Carlos (Rafael Ferro), who saved himself and his wife Lizzie (Erica Rivas) and their son Alex (Adrian goslings) from the clutches of the military junta in his native land to the island. They land in a Berlin factory floor and are surrounded by a colorful

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Accatone: Who never ate his bread with tears – TV-Tip of the Week

Accatone: Who never ate his bread with tears - TV-Tip of the Week

Accatone: Who never ate his bread with tears – TV-Tip of the Week

  The young Vittorio (Franco Citti) is all just called Accattone “which means” beggar “or” parasites “. Raised in the run-down suburbs of Rome, has yet Accatone never worked properly. He belongs to the lumpen proletariat of the Italian capital. Separated from his wife and his child, he lives with the prostitute Maddalena (Silvana Corsini), which will procure for him and thus ensuring the livelihood of the two. But as Maddalena after a dispute with a Neapolitan gang is

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