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Inka Friedrich, Mario Adorf, Aaron Kissiov and Florian Lukas - Photocall for the ARD movie 'Pinocchio' - Hamburg, Germany - Tuesday 29th October 2013

Inka Friedrich, Mario Adorf, Aaron Kissiov and Florian Lukas
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Mario Adorf Sunday 27th July 2008 swimming at Pampelonne beach St. Tropez, France

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Mario Adorf and Vicky Leandros - Mario Adorf, Vicky Leandros Berlin, Germany - 5th charity gala Innocence in Danger at the Grand Hyatt Hotel Tuesday 26th April 2005

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Mario Adorf and Farah Pahlavi

Mario Adorf and wife Monique - Mario Adorf, wife Monique Berlin Film Festival 2008 (Berlinale) Berlin, Germany - The Other Boleyn Girl aftershow party Friday 15th February 2008

The Lost Honor Of Katharina Blum Review


Excellent
The Lost Honor of Katharina Blum was made in 1975 but it feels timelier than many movies made today, especially in regard to the world's current political situations.

The main theme of the film, which is about the way that the state and the press use their power and influence to entirely degrade a person who has no means of self defense, is pretty effective. But another message that really comes across is simply, "Beware who you sleep with."

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The Lost Honor Of Katharina Blum Review


Excellent
The Lost Honor of Katharina Blum was made in 1975 but it feels timelier than many movies made today, especially in regard to the world's current political situations.

The main theme of the film, which is about the way that the state and the press use their power and influence to entirely degrade a person who has no means of self defense, is pretty effective. But another message that really comes across is simply, "Beware who you sleep with."

Continue reading: The Lost Honor Of Katharina Blum Review

The Tin Drum Review


Extraordinary
The Tin Drum is one of cinema's greatest coming of age stories -- probably because its star, Oskar, never comes of age, literally.

Oskar (David Bennett) is a young lad in 1920s Germany, and at the age of three he realizes that as he gets older, the attention he's given will rapidly wane. He decides to quit growing and hurls himself down the cellar. He achieves his goal. Ten years later, Hitler is on the rise, and Oskar is still romping around with his precious tin drum, physically unchanged since that day but deeply affected by life experience nonetheless.

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