A love story during the Second World War in Scandinavia. Ann Mari, a Norwegian, works as a nurse in the Winter War of 1939/40 between Finland and the Soviet Union. She falls in love with ... See full summary »
Anneke von der Lippe,
If you want to feel a day in the big habour City Hamburg enjoy DIE RATTE.
I just remembered DIE RATTE as a small unsuccessful movie, but there was Thomas Kretschmann who gaves later cool performances in STALINGRAD and STENDAHL SYNDROME - now here becomes a Hollywood-star in Blockbusters like U-751, BLADE2 and THE PIANIST. Now I saw DIE RATTE on a film festival for RATTE-director Klaus Lemke: Kretschmann is brilliant in really cool movie. He plays a f***ed up crook who wants to make a big deal, but his small brothers wants to spend a day with his idol - the journey begins and you meet a lot of beautiful women and bizarre guys in weird situations. Ok, ok the movie is not perfect, the story is a bit to strange, the storyline gets lost sometimes, but you mean that RATTE is authentic - believe me if you saw DIE RATTE you a few centimeter taller then before.
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