Nightmares in Red, White and Blue

Nightmares in Red, White and Blue

           Nightmares in Red, White and Blue
               Genre: Documentary
               History of film, horror film, George A. Romero, John Carpenter
    Andrew monument dedicated in his documentary of the now 100-year history of American horror movies. The film also directed by icons such as John Carpenter, Darren Lynn Bousman and George A. Romero.   Title: Nightmares in Red, White and Blue Country of production: USA Production year: 2009 Length: 93 (Min.) ( #) Distribution: Schröder Media

The devil in the white waistcoat

The devil in the white waistcoat

           The devil in the white waistcoat
               Genre: Thriller, Crime
               Gangster, burglary, treason, fences, spies, film noir
  Just recently, again at large is looking for the gangster Faugel Maurice (Serge Reggiani) is the hiding place on his fence in the uninhabited area beyond the railroad tracks, so as soon as possible to make money – of course illegal in a coup, because Maurice is his “craft” faithful. They know each other from before, a few words about the relevant changes acquaintances and the next break, for which Maurice borrows pressing a gun. But then he uses the weapon to suddenly shoot to the fence, which he then stripped in order to then slip away under cover of darkness, after he buried his loot nearby. The dark, atmospheric almost leisurely start this French black-and-thrillers by Jean-Pierre Melville in 1962 already marked clearly the direction in which this cold and calculated move as directed gangster film: it is by loyalties and betrayal in the underworld milieu in which the shrewd loner Siller (Jean-Paul Belmondo) because of his strange friendship with Inspector Salignari (Daniel Crohem) the reputation of a spy doilies. But Maurice Siller familiar at first, until he is wounded after a failed break-in and eventually arrested. So the game takes to mistrust and suspicion begins … Director Jean-Paul Melville (The Godson / Le Samouraï, 1967, The Red Circle / Le cercle rouge, 1970), in addition to Jean-Paul Belmondo and Michel Piccoli in the film with other stars of the French cinema such as Alain Delon, Lino Ventura, Yves Montand and Jean-Pierre Cassel has turned, also focuses on the devil in the white waistcoat intensively on the mood within the criminal men’s worlds, for which he takes full time, but without the content in the depth to go. The truly significant female characters – here embodied by Fabienne Dali, Monique Hennessy as Fabienne as Therese – remain functional in the final analysis Perepherie of events. No less than the German filmmaker Volker Schlondorff acted in this film as a director’s assistant to Jean-Pierre Melville, and he is also in a bar scene as an extra. Schlöndorff made during his school and student days in Paris, the acquaintance of some directors were predominantly of the Nouvelle Vague and Bertrand Tavernier in a class, the 1961 Prêtre as a director’s assistant to Jean-Pierre Melville’s Eve and the priest / Léon Morin, also with Jean-Paul Belmondo worked in the lead role. Jean-Pierre Melville, however, is also related to this cold crime drama, whose French title is Le doulos a synonym for a spy, the film noir is much closer than the Nouvelle Vague and represents a total of more personal style than a certain direction – unless cool detective stories, which are his specialty. (Mary Anderson)
  Title: The devil in the white waistcoat Original Title: Le Doulos Country of production: France, Italy Year of Production: 1962 Length: 104 (Min.) Published at: format: 1.66:1 anamorphic () tone / language: (# ) Mono Dolby Digital / German, French EAN: 4006680055022 Extras: Photo Gallery, Trailer

Trailer – The White Stripes Under Great White Northern Lights

Trailer - The White Stripes Under Great White Northern Lights

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Trailer – White Material

Trailer - White Material

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DVD – The White Tape (DVD)

DVD - The White Tape (DVD)

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The white band

The white band
               Genre: Drama
  At first glance it almost looks as if here were old pictures and postcards from the past that we call awake too erinnerungsselig likes to call “the good old days” back to life. The black and white photographs with sepia tone photos (impressively filmed by Christian Berger), which tells Michael Haneke, a small village in northern Germany in the years 1913 and 1914, contribute nearly as idyllic as the deceptive Subtitle “A German children’s story”. Haneke But who knows, who knows that nostalgia and

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The White Masai

The White Masai

The White Masai

  Films whose Handlungsort located in Africa, are usually a guarantee for a successful movie. The scenery, animals and the strange rites of exercise so great an attraction that already enough images to make a film to be successful. Out of Africa has set a milestone, and Caroline Link’s Nowhere in Africa a large part owes its success to the backdrop. The problem-action was in contrast to the idyllic images in this way, and offered the perfect stage for a fascinating film. For books that is very similar to this: Does

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Günter Wallraff: Black on White

Günter Wallraff: Black on White

Günter Wallraff: Black on White

  Günter Wallraff, was once again on the road in Germany. This time not as a BILD reporter, employee or call center employee, but as a colored immigrants. Thanks to a talented make-up artists and a wig, changed the undercover journalist in the African Ogonno Kwami, who distributes through Germany, to investigate how it is with the famous hospitality of the locals. The result of this bold cinematic experiment, directed by Pagonis Pagonakis and Susan Hunter is simply staggering. What we have long been

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The Treasure of the White Falcon

The Treasure of the White Falcon

The Treasure of the White Falcon

  Who does not remember: When the summer holidays are just around the corner, then that means for the children that they can now finally do what they want. A time full of adventure and less freedoms now lures before starts in six weeks of daily life anew. It is a time of carefree joy.

About Jans (David Bode) holiday happiness, however, depends a black shadow. Only two weeks, then he moved with his parents in distant Dusseldorf, away from his friends Stevie (Tamino Turgay zum Felde) and Basti

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Snow White

Snow White

Snow White

  The films opens up already if you Nico (Julie Fournier) first seen: With her black hair, bright red lips and pale skin, it actually has something of Snow White in itself. But the name of one can also understand quite differently than in his magical context: Nico in fact draws on the permanent party, which represents her life, a pure line of coke after the other, wanders with her friend Wanda (Zoé Miku) by the hottest clubs the city, indulging in extensive shopping trips and nights around the ears, the skin – welcome to

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