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Udo Kier and Nicolette Krebitz - Udo Kier and Nicolette Krebitz Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2009 Berlin, Germany - Hugo by Hugo Boss Fashion Show at Westhafen Thursday 17th July 2008

Udo Kier and Nicolette Krebitz

Nicolette Krebitz and guest - Nicolette Krebitz, guest Berlin, Germany - VW People's Night at Akademie der Kuenste at Pariser Platz square Friday 8th February 2008

Nicolette Krebitz and Guest

Til Schweiger, Nicolette Krebitz and Moritz Bleibtreu - Til Schweiger, Nicolette Krebitz, Moritz Bleibtreu Sunday 27th January 2008 at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin, Germany

Til Schweiger, Nicolette Krebitz and Moritz Bleibtreu
Til Schweiger and Bruno Saelzer
Til Schweiger and Wotan Wilke Moehring
Til Schweiger, Barbara Schoeneberger and Mika Haekkinen
Til Schweiger, Barbara Schoeneberger, Mika Haekkinen and Boris Becker
Til Schweiger, Barbara Schoeneberger, Mika Haekkinen and Boris Becker

Devid Striesow, Nina Hoss and Nicolette Krebitz - Devid Striesow, Nina Hoss, Nicolette Krebitz Berlin, Germany - Aftershow-party for the premiere of Das Herz ist ein dunkler Wald at the Kino International Wednesday 19th December 2007

Devid Striesow, Nina Hoss and Nicolette Krebitz
Devid Striesow, Nina Hoss and Nicolette Krebitz
Devid Striesow, Nina Hoss and Nicolette Krebitz
Devid Striesow, Nina Hoss and Nicolette Krebitz

The Tunnel Review


OK
This 2001 production about East Germans fleeing to West Berlin focuses on one of many tunnel-building operations when the infamous wall was built in 1961, and centers on a famous athlete who defied his Communist oppressors. Dangers and triumphs make for considerable tension, while its overextended length at 150 minutes, due to it being written as a two-part series for German TV, riddles it with slow pacing, melodrama, and viewer fatigue. Which may explain its delay in achieving a theatrical release until 2005.

Harry Melchior (a very buff and credible Heino Ferch in a part based on the real-life Hasso Herschel), is an East German swimmer and a troublesome renegade in Communist-controlled Berlin--all the more so for winning the national swimming competition. But, as much as the authorities want to use his new celebrity for propagandistic purposes, he simply won't cooperate.

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The Tunnel Review


OK
This 2001 production about East Germans fleeing to West Berlin focuses on one of many tunnel-building operations when the infamous wall was built in 1961, and centers on a famous athlete who defied his Communist oppressors. Dangers and triumphs make for considerable tension, while its overextended length at 150 minutes, due to it being written as a two-part series for German TV, riddles it with slow pacing, melodrama and viewer fatigue. Which may explain its delay in achieving a theatrical release until 2005.

Harry Melchior (a very buff and credible Heino Ferch in a part based on the real-life Hasso Herschel), is an East German swimmer and a troublesome renegade in Communist-controlled Berlin--all the more so for winning the national swimming competition. But, as much as the authorities want to use his new celebrity for propagandistic purposes, he simply won't cooperate.

Continue reading: The Tunnel Review

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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All The Queen's Men Review


Terrible

Husky men in drag may be good for a sketch-comedy guffaw, but as the basis for an entire movie the idea always gets stretched way too thin.

It's the difference between "The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert," a good movie with authentic transvestites who happen to be fun and funny, and "To Wong Fu, Thanks For Everything, Julie Newmar," an inane movie built on nothing more than the incongruity of seeing Patrick Swayze, Wesley Snipes and John Leguizamo in flamboyant frocks. (OK, Leguizamo looked pretty damn good.)

But far worse than even "To Wong Fu" is "All the Queen's Men," in which decking out burly boys as "broads" is little more than a fatuous gimmick -- the kind of 25-words-or-less concept that is the basis of most bad movies: Wouldn't it be funny if a bunch of Allied soldiers went undercover as assembly-line women in a German factory during World War II?

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Bandits (1997) Movie Review

Bandits (1997) Movie Review

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

All The Queen's Men Movie Review

All The Queen's Men Movie Review

Husky men in drag may be good for a sketch-comedy guffaw, but as the basis...

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