Hang Time – no easy task

Hang Time - no easy task
               Genre: Drama, Coming-of-age
  No wonder that the “Hang Time” in basketball videos always look in ultra slow motion: the moment when the players come off the front of the basket to sink the ball in the basket or when you try to fail, requiring intense concentration. The decision has long since fallen, and now it comes to timing, the required bounce and body control to – it is a floating moment of decision, where it is all or nothing good to the success or failure.

Hovers between heaven and earth, the young

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Call of the Toad – a time of reconciliation

Call of the Toad - a time of reconciliation

Call of the Toad – a time of reconciliation

  It is then that a snake, which the German art historian Alexander Reschke (Matthias Habich), which is located in 1989 on the way to Gdansk disparages, from the right path. The animal crosses its path and Reschke pulls to pieces the steering wheel of his car, which then slams into the barriers. The car must be in the workshop, and subsequently for a stroll through the city, he is of Polish art restorer Aleksandra (Krystyna Janda), literally in his arms. Slowly, they come closer and explore

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Trailer – Prince of Persia – The Sands of Time

Trailer - Prince of Persia - The Sands of Time

Prince of Persia – The Sands of Time

               Genre: Fantasy
Prince of Persia – The Sands of Time – Trailer (English)
    Jake Gyllenhaal is Dastan, a young Persian prince, who allied himself with the beautiful Princess Tamina and determined to get to prevent a power-hungry nobles because of the “sands of time” in their hands – a gift from the gods that can reverse the time and his owner allowed

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Time of the Wolf

Time of the Wolf

Time of the Wolf

  Time of the Wolf, with Isabelle Huppert, is by the pianist, the latest film by Michael Haneke. Time of the Wolf had its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival 2003rd

In this Fim Haneke convincingly portrays a world after the apocalypse – a world outside of societal normalcy.

When Anne and her family arrive at their house, they will find strangers in it. This confrontation is just the beginning of a painful learning process:
Nothing is as it was. What begins as a family history, is fast becoming

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Time of the Wolf

Time of the Wolf

Time of the Wolf

  Time of the Wolf, with Isabelle Huppert, is by the pianist, the latest film by Michael Haneke. Time of the Wolf had its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival 2003rd

In this Fim Haneke convincingly portrays a world after the apocalypse – a world outside of societal normalcy.

When Anne and her family arrive at their house, they will find strangers in it. This confrontation is just the beginning of a painful learning process:
Nothing is as it was. What begins as a family history, is fast becoming

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The Time That Remains

The Time That Remains

The Time That Remains

  Already in 2002, the Palestinian director Elia Suleiman, caused a stir at Cannes, as he and his competition entry “Divine Intervention not only the price of the International Critics also won the Jury Prize. Divine Intervention did not result in the headlines again as the film of the Oscar-election was approved on the grounds that Palestine was not an independent state.

Stylistically, Elia Suleiman’s works remind one strongly of the comedy of Buster Keaton or Jacques Tati’s Monsieur Hulot films; comparisons

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Wheel of Time

Wheel of Time

Wheel of Time

  Werner Herzog’s documentary provides a deep insight into the most important Buddhist ritual – the Kalachakra initiation in Bodh Gaya (India) and Graz (Austria) by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. For the first time a camera is allowed to accompany the festivities and to document the origin of the Kalachakra sand mandala. Exclusive interviews with the Dalai Lama illuminate the background. Duke joins the Kalachakra initiation with a pilgrimage to the holy Mount Kailash in Tibet. He takes the audience on a journey into the

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