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2011 | 2010 | 2009

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First Look: Saskia Rosendahl & More In Cate Shortland's Post-wwii Drama 'Lore'

27 October 2011 2:42 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Here's the first look at the young cast including lead Saskia Rosendahl in Cate Shortland's highly anticipated follow-up to Cannes-hit "Somersault" with a German-language adaptation of Rachel Seiffert's post-wwii drama novella "Lore." The story follows the titular fourteen year old daughter (Rosendahl) of an SS officer who, in the absence of her parents, is forced to guide her brothers and sisters on a 900 km journey across war-ravaged Germany to their grandparent's home. Nele Trebs (”Die Tür”), Kai Malina (”The White Ribbon”) and Ursina Lardi (”Songs Of Love And Hate”) co-star as three of Rosendahl's four siblings. Also featured are… »

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‘The Door’ does deliver some genuinely heart-stopping moments.

21 March 2011 5:49 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

The Door / Die Tür

Director: Anno Saul

Written by Anno Saul

2009, Germany

Glowering Danish sex god Mads Mikkelsen (Casino Royale) comes face to face with himself in director Anno Saul’s German fantasy thriller, The Door. It’s one of many head-scratching moments in a film that flirts with different genres and ideas, from time-travel, horror and homicidal doppelgangers to old-fashioned redemptive drama. Narrative coherence isn’t its strong point, but The Door does deliver some genuinely heart-stopping moments.

Artist David Andernach (Mikkelsen), leaves his young daughter Leonie (Valeria Eisenbart) alone in the garden of their suburban house so he can visit his mistress. His afternoon delight turns into a nightmare, when he returns to find the girl drowned in the swimming pool. Five years pass, and a clumsily scripted scene reveals that David is now divorced from his wife Maja (Jessica Schwarz) and in a suicidal state. Then a »

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