Lisa-Marie Koroll, Detlev Buck , Lina Larissa Strahl - Premiere of 'Bibi & Tina - Girls against Boys' ('Maedchen Gegen Jungs') by DCM in Prenzlauer Berg at Kulturbrauerei Berlin - Berlin, Germany - Saturday 16th January 2016
Detlev Buck , Todd Haynes - Frankfurter Buchmesse Best International Literature Film Adaption Award for the movie "Carol" at Crackers restaurant in Mitte. - Berlin, Germany - Tuesday 20th October 2015
Detlev Buck - 65th Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale) - Blue Hour party by ARD & Degeto at Museum fuer Kommunikation in Mitte at Museum fuer Kommunikation in Mitte - Berlin, Germany - Friday 6th February 2015
Katrin Kraus, Oliver Berben and Detlev Buck - 65th Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale) - Medienboard Reception (Empfang) at The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin at Hotel The Ritz Carlton at Potsdamer Platz square - Berlin, Germany - Saturday 7th February 2015
Emilio Moutaoukkil, Detlev Buck and Louis Held - Photographs from the World premiere of 'Bibi und Tina - Voll verhext' which was held at the Zoo Palast movie theater in Berlin, Germany - Saturday 20th December 2014
Maybe I'm just thick, but the stirring and tragic lesbians-under-the-Third-Reich romantic tear-jerker "Aimée and Jaguar" seemed awfully vague to me about some important points.
For instance, it wasn't until I read the press kit that I realized one of the lovers -- pet name Jaguar, real name Felice, played by Maria Schrader -- was a part of the Jewish underground.
I knew she was Jewish, obviously. That's a large part of this based-on-fact film. It's clear that she's very secretive toward Aimée -- real name Lilly, played by Juliane Kohler -- the Nazi officer's housewife whom she befriended, seduced and fell in love with.
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