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Claudia Eisinger , Katja Riemann - Deutscher Filmpreis 2016 at Messe Berlin - Arrivals at Messe Berlin - Berlin, Germany - Friday 27th May 2016

Claudia Eisinger and Katja Riemann
Claudia Eisinger and Katja Riemann
Claudia Eisinger and Katja Riemann
Claudia Eisinger and Katja Riemann
Claudia Eisinger and Katja Riemann
Claudia Eisinger and Katja Riemann

Lars Rudolph, Franziska Wulf, Christoph Maria Herbst, Katja Riemann, Oliver Masucci, David Wnendt, Fabian Busch , Michael Kessler - World premiere of 'Er ist wieder da' at Zoo Palast movie theater. at Zoo Palast movie theater - Berlin, Germany - Tuesday 6th October 2015

Lars Rudolph, Franziska Wulf, Christoph Maria Herbst, Katja Riemann, Oliver Masucci, David Wnendt, Fabian Busch and Michael Kessler

Bora Dagtekin, Jella Haase, Katja Riemann and Lena Schoemann - Deutscher Filmpreis 2015 nominees night at 40seconds Club - Arrivals - Berlin, Germany - Saturday 26th April 2014

Bora Dagtekin, Jella Haase, Katja Riemann and Lena Schoemann
Jella Haase and Katja Riemann
Jella Haase and Katja Riemann
Jella Haase and Katja Riemann
Jella Haase and Katja Riemann
Jella Haase and Katja Riemann

Katja Riemann Wednesday 19th December 2007 Aftershow-party for the premiere of Das Herz ist ein dunkler Wald at the Kino International Berlin, Germany

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Katja Riemann and Maria Schrader
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Rosenstrasse Review


Very Good
In the opening scenes of Rosenstrasse, a Jewish woman named Ruth (Jutta Lampe) living in contemporary New York is mourning the loss of her husband by means of strict Jewish customs. Her children, who have come for the funeral, do not understand why she is doing this, since her husband was German. What's more, she seems more hostile than usual and refuses to talk much about anything, including her past.

Ruth's daughter Hannah (Maria Schrader) knows that her mother was in Berlin during World War II but she wants to know more. So, pursuing a tip from her Aunt, she travels to Berlin to track down an elderly woman named Lena (Doris Schade) who took Ruth (Svea Lohde) in when her mother was one of the thousands of Jews interned during the war.

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Bandits (1997) Review


Excellent
Foreign films often have a unique and powerful way of facing controversial issues. The most recent example comes from Germany, which has created a movie so audacious in its statement of women's liberation, that it makes the much-scrutinized themes of Thelma and Louise feel like child's play. Despite subtitles, unfamiliar faces, and a somewhat taboo motif, Bandits is sure to have tremendous crossover appeal with American audiences.

Directed by Katja von Garier, Bandits chronicles four German fugitives and their passion for rock n' roll as they attempt to evade the law and flee the country. Their odyssey takes this all girls rock band (hence The Bandits) from rehearsal at the prison church to performing in front of thousands as they garner Mickey and Mallory-esque attention through their adventures as outlaws on the run. Their experiences and emotions are conveyed in their music, which serves as a link between their depraved sense of humanity and newfound freedom.

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Rosenstrasse Movie Review

In the opening scenes of Rosenstrasse, a Jewish woman named Ruth (Jutta Lampe) living in...

Bandits (1997) Movie Review

Bandits (1997) Movie Review

Foreign films often have a unique and powerful way of facing controversial issues. The most...

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