ESRA leads two parallel lives. In her worldly life as a Turkish Berliner in a re-united city, the vivacious and spirited Esra adores her family but feels caged in her relationships and ... See full summary »
Tom, a wide-eyed, innocent sixteen year-old, finds himself an unwitting accomplice in a deadly game of vengeance and death when he befriends Artur - a Chechen man, hell bent on revenging ... See full summary »
Lady Winsley, an American novelist, is murdered in Büyükada, an island in the Prince archipelago in Turkey. Inspector Fergün arrives from Istanbul to head the investigation. With the help ... See full summary »
Hunting down the murderer of their families in an anarchic Berlin of the near future, the outlaws Tan and Javid find themselves trapped in the wicked fairytale of a mysterious screenplay ... See full summary »
Four friends plan to organise a great party to celebrate the end of school. In the process, they discover they have outstanding issues with each other. Soon they'll be fighting to keep what matters most to them: their friendship.
Before Tilda's parents can put her beloved grandfather in an old people's home due to his progressing Alzheimer disease, she takes him on one last adventure that subliminally threatens to tear her family apart.
This is the first time I have seen a movie set in the extraordinary Spreewald, a wood-and-water landscape south-east of Berlin. In this remote and picturesque surroundings, a man of about 60 is living alone, doing some fishing, and - you can guess it - hiding from his past. Of course, the past crawls up to him in the shape of a young girl, and so step by step, we get to know what happened. Seems that as a young man, Boran has done a stupidity and without knowing it, spoiled the lives of several persons. Apart from the worn-off and quite predictable plot, the movie has some qualities. Wonderful actor Mathias Habich for example, strange but credible characters and the beautiful and unique setting - largely exploited by the camera. All in all a watchable little film.
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