Terminally ill, Lea surprises her family with her wish to die, consciously and controlled, on her own birthday. Her mother tries everything to prevent the plan. But things turn out differently. Tragic and dignified.
In the artist colony Rocket Perelman ten people strive to live their version of freedom and independence - everybody for themselves and all together. But that's hard work, since the joined ... See full summary »
Liv Lisa Fries,
The Dam tells the story of young man called Roman, who is working for an attorney. Roman has to travel to a small village in Bavaria, in order to get some files from a local police station.... See full summary »
Liv Lisa Fries,
Fourteen-year-old Maria is a fundamentalist Catholic, living her life in a modern fashion, yet her heart belongs to Jesus. She wants to be a saint and go to heaven. No one, not even a nice boy she meets, can stop her in this goal.
Lea van Acken,
Eight friends help each other repeatedly move house. One year of moving, from apartment to apartment, from shared flat to shared flat. These changes of the apartment are also a changes of relations -some break, others grow.
Christmas is approaching, and with it, the desire for harmony, beauty, light and hope. Being unable to cope with her parents' conflict, Alex (16) makes a radical decision. A day later she ... See full summary »
The African-German writer Sebastian Klein is one of the most famous Author of Germany. To promote his latest book, he is on reading-tour through Germany and also visits the little city of Prittwitz. But there, the local Neo-Nazis give him a hit on his head and Sebastian looses his memories. Instead he is parroting everything other people tell him. Sven, the political leader of a modern National Socialist Party, recognizing the opportunity and uses Sebastian as a promotion speaker against integration. When Sebastians highly pregnant girlfriend Nina is seeing him on TV, she is shocked and starts to chase him with the policeman Sascha in order to safe him from the Neo Nazis.Written by
The old nazi in the hospital scene is portrayed by Dietrich Kuhlbrodt, publicist and prosecution attorney specialized in lawsuits against neo-nazis in the 1990s. See more »
On Sunday I am on "Tatort", playing a Cologne girl. They like it on German Television when niggers speak German dialects. The viewer think that that's cute.
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The opening credits, displayed over newspaper articles, nazi related footage etc, keep changing the fonts to the rhythm of the theme song, some of them are styled after German Newspapers, like "Bild", "Spiegel" etc. See more »
There are many gems to be found here. And it might actually be funnier, if it weren't so close to the truth. Or maybe that makes this worth more (seems funnier). This goes over the top of course too and some of the things that happen here, will not happen in real life (hopefully). But the intent and some of the suggestions are here already. And you do wonder, where this will lead Germany.
While the country is on the fence (not a literal one-yet) on which direction the people want it to go, there is a lot things brewing. And most of them are not really good. Or funny as they are portrayed in this one. Not to mention that evil pursuers are not always as stupid as they are portrayed in the movie here ...
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