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Böseckendorf - Die Nacht, in der ein Dorf verschwand (2009)

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Credited cast:
Tonia Lantz
Manfred 'Manni' Lantz
Harald Bittmann
Jutta Marx
Robert Grewe
Esther Zimmering ...
Rainer Piwek ...
Annika Kuhl ...
Bea Radler
Dr. Walter Berger
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Caroline Grothgar ...
Marie Gruber ...
Elisabeth 'Elli' Schmidt
Paula Hartmann ...
Simone Lantz
Susanne Maierhöfer ...
Martha Berger
Wolfgang Packhäuser ...
Günther Schmidt


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22 September 2009 (Germany)  »

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The Night a Village Vanished  »

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Re-uses well known soundtracks from other films
30 August 2014 | by See all my reviews

The film itself is okay except for the usual flaws of German cinema: the same range of actors that you see in every other film; occasional bad acting and bad dialogue script-wise. Other than that it's okay to watch if you're into that sort of thing. What's really annoying though is that it follows a recent and quite ugly trend to use soundtracks from well-known blockbuster movies, in this case 'Elizabeth - The Golden Age'. From a cinéaste point of view, it's both disturbing and annoying to see the pictures that originally belong to this music overlaid with something else. The music from the fight against the Spanish Armada was used for the final, dramatic scene when the villagers cross the green border, plus loving reunion scene between husband and wife - I see burning ships and Queen Elizabeth standing on a mountain summit with her hair free in the wind. I'm not even sure the proper fees were paid or permission asked for the using of this music. It's an annoying habit that I hope will stop.

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