It was released on February 8, , by Saban Films. At the same time, he is planning to realize his own film, a task he finds extremely difficult. First, he tries to place casting ads in a supermarket. During his daily work on the film set, the man seems frustrated. Retrieved 16 February Encyclopedia of Germa. Location filming took place around the Berlin area including at the Sanssouci Palace in Potsdam.
The film's art direction was by Vilhelm Bryde. Film directors: a guide to their American films. Synopsis George portrays a blue collar Berliner and small-time criminal recently released from prison who finds himself being drawn into the Berlin underworld of the s after his prostitute lover is murdered.
Jutzi cut out much of the novel's complex story, preferring to focus on just one character.
Christiane F. German: Christiane F. The film immediately acquired cult status which it still retains today and features David Bowie as both himself and the soundtrack composer, which gave the film a commercial boost. Plot year-old Christiane Felscherinow lives with her mother, little sister, and pet cat in a small apartment in a multi-storey, concrete social-housing building in a dull neighbourhood in the outskirts of West Berlin.
She's sick of living there and has a passion for rock star David Bowie. She hears of Sound, a new nightclub in the city's centre. Although she's not old enough to get in, she dresses up in high heels and make up, and asks a school friend, Kessi, who goes there regularly, to take her. Kessi al. It was a Spanish-language film made by the director Benito Berojo in studios in France and Germany because the sound equipment was better than in Spain.
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A separate French-language version was also released. A Companion to Spanish Cinema. It is the German-language version of the American film Moby Dick. Such multiple-language versions were common in the early years of sound.
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The film's sets were designed by the art directors Robert A. Dietrich and Bernhard Schwidewski. Location shooting took place around Bispingen. It premiered at the Ufa-Palast am Zoo. Plot Soviet authorities are making life as difficult as possible for a village of Volga Germans, most of whose ancestors originated in the Frisian Islands, with taxes and other oppression.
They then set fire t. He gets along really well with Elise, the girl living above his workshop and store. When he finally musters up the courage to ask her out to a variety show, he is utterly shocked to see his runaway wife Ada on stage as a dancer. Otto and Ada decide to try and patch up their marriage, so she returns home. But the theatre keeps drawing Ada and after a short time she leaves for the second time. Elise puts Otto back on his feet again and the two choose to live tog. It is a circus film, made as a deliberately escapist release at a time when the Second World War was starting to turn against Germany and its allies.
Oxford University Press, The Clearing is a drama film and the directorial debut of Pieter Jan Brugge, who has worked as a film producer. The film is loosely based on the real life kidnapping of Gerrit Jan Heijn that took place in the Netherlands in The screenplay was written by Justin Haythe. Plot Wayne Hayes Robert Redford , and his wife Eileen Helen Mirren are living the American dream in a wealthy Pittsburgh suburb, having raised two children Alessandro Nivola, Melissa Sagemiller and built up a successful business from scratch.
He is looking forward to a peaceful retirement with Eileen. Everything changes when Wayne is kidnapped in broad daylight by a former employee, Arnold Mack Willem Dafoe. While Wayne tries negotiating with the kidnapper, Eileen works with the FBI to try to secure her husband's release. During the investigation, Eileen learns that Wayne has continued an extramarital affair that he promised to end months previously.
Eileen is eventually instructed to deliver the ransom to the kidnapper, but. The screenplay by Wilder and I. Diamond is based on a novella by Tom Tryon included in his collection Crowned Heads, published in The film stars William Holden and Marthe Keller.
Plot One of the great movie stars of the century, the reclusive foreign-born Fedora, is known in Hollywood for inexplicably retaining her youthful beauty over the course of a career spanning decades: she looked no older in her first film than she did in her final one. At the height of her fame, however, Fedora withdrew to a private island near Corfu and refused to be seen in public, leading to vast speculation on what became of her. All are shocked when it is confirmed that Fedora has committed suicide by throwing herself in front of a train.
One of her mourners at her funeral is aging has-been Hollywood producer Barry "Dutch" Detweiler, who was once Fedora's lover. Dutch recalls visiting Fedora two weeks before her death at her villa near Corfu in. The film's sets were designed by the art director Erich Kettelhut. Passagen durch eine deutsch-israelische Filmgeschichte [Transitions. Cinematic Narrations of the Holocaust], Bielefeld: transcript, Perspektiven des deutschen Gegenwartsfilms [Cinema in Transition. Playforms of Cinematic Perception], Berlin: Vistas Codes and conventions of historical event-television in Germany, in: Media History, Vol.
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