Chris trains with a special police unit, a daily life of action, and peer pressure. When he shoots a man during an operation, allegedly in self-defense, his colleagues celebrate him as a hero, but the outside world reacts with criticism.
"Styx" depicts the transformation of a strong woman torn from her contented world during a sailing trip. When she becomes the only person to come to the aid of a group of refugees ... See full summary »
The prestigious politician and large-scale farmer Franz Murer, responsible for the Ghetto of Vilnius as SS leader and NSDAP functionary from 1941-1943, stands trial in Graz, Austria. ... See full summary »
Alexander E. Fennon,
Emma is a 50 year old unemployed mother of two grown up children, who's husband is looking for his sexual awaking - with another woman. The thought of filing for divorce also turns out as a... See full summary »
Based on true events seven year old Adrian is growing up in the underground drug scene of the Austrian city Salzburg, famous for culture and classical music. His mother Helga is torn ... See full summary »
Two Romany teenagers fall in love after being sent away from their poor village in Eastern Slovakia to beg on the streets of wealthy Vienna. For the first time they get a glimpse of happiness, but it doesn't last long.
Albert grew up on an isolated mountain farm. His mother wants to protect his son from the poor and lonesome existence, still pulling the strings in his life. He is a diligent hand at a ... See full summary »
Jakob took his life. He had emigrated to Portugal, yet was stricken with homesickness and longing. Two years later in Brother Jakob, Are You Sleeping? his four brothers, including director Stefan Bohun, take a trip into the past. Their different memories about the late brother gradually shape a family portrait in which everyone, even as adults, has had yet to find their place. Brother Jakob, Are You Sleeping? is a very considerate, personal film about both farewell and reunion. The scattered archival footage, showing the brothers as children and teens - on mountain tops in summer, swimming together, wildly dancing and cavoting - impart an unforeseen levity. The search starts in the Tyrolean valley Lareintal and eventually ends in a hotel room in Porto with the realisation that this is not particularly a film about sadness but the necessity of grief. And about finding those who accompany us in life.