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Uwe Ochsenknecht - 66th Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale) - ARD Blue Hour Party at Museum für Kommunikation at Museum for Communications Berlin - Berlin, Germany - Friday 12th February 2016

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Thomas Heinze , Uwe Ochsenknecht - Ein Herz fuer Kinder 2015 at Hangar 7 at Flughafen Tempelhof - Arrivals at Hangar 7 at Flughafen Tempelhof - Berlin, Germany - Saturday 5th December 2015

Thomas Heinze and Uwe Ochsenknecht
Thomas Heinze and Uwe Ochsenknecht
Thomas Heinze and Uwe Ochsenknecht
Thomas Heinze and Uwe Ochsenknecht
Thomas Heinze and Uwe Ochsenknecht

Uwe Ochsenknecht, Moritz Bleibtreu and Natascha Ochsenknecht - Uwe Ochsenknecht, Moritz Bleibtreu, Natascha Ochsenknecht Berlin, Germany - Echo Deutscher Musikpreis 2008 Awards at ICC - Red carpet arrivals Friday 15th February 2008

Uwe Ochsenknecht and wife Natascha Ochsenknecht - Uwe Ochsenknecht, wife Natascha Ochsenknecht Berlin, Germany - Echo Deutscher Musikpreis 2008 Awards at ICC - Red carpet arrivals Friday 15th February 2008

Uwe Ochsenknecht and Wife Natascha Ochsenknecht
Uwe Ochsenknecht and Wife Natasche Ochsenknecht
Uwe Ochsenknecht and Wife Natasche Ochsenknecht

Uwe Ochsenknecht and Natascha Ochsenknecht - Uwe Ochsenknecht, Natascha Ochsenknecht Berlin Film Festival 2008 (Berlinale) Berlin, Germany - 7th annual Cinema for Peace Award and Charity gala at the Konzerthaus am Gendarmenmarkt - inside Monday 11th February 2008

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Luther Review


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Historical dramas that take liberties with the source material and add fictional elements often do better as exciting cinema. Witness Gladiator, a movie that created its own hero while fitting his exploits into the framework of classic Roman history. Not so Luther, whose narrative elements don't dare go beyond canonical bounds of Martin Luther (not King, the original 1500s Martin Luther).

The first frames of this account suggest how the reformation of the church got started. In this initial sequence, bolts of lightning reveal a man running in a field in the darkness of night as though they were aimed at him. He splashes down into the mud and cries out, "Save me, St. Anne," vowing that, if she does him this small favor, he'll become a monk and devote his life to the church. Thus we are introduced to Martin Luther (Joseph Fiennes) as well as to the imagined landscape of his mind.

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