Leo Wagner was a co-founder of the CSU, the Conservatives, and a member of the German Federal Parliament in Bonn. During the day, the wartime generation of politicians did their duty at the...
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Maria and her sister Hannah are living with her father in the southern German province. When a carpenter on the road shows up, Maria falls in love. But a dark family secret keeps her away from him. Hannah decides to liberate her sister.
Together, a filmmaker and her characters venture into a personal research project about intimacy. On the fluid border between reality and fiction, Touch Me Not follows the emotional journeys of Laura, Tómas and Christian, offering a deeply empathic insight into their lives.
It is about two strangers who meet: A woman who had not chosen anyone to be her husband from the suggestions of her parents and a surgeon in his mid-30s who is desperate to have a wife to ... See full summary »
Henrike von Kuick
Janne's new boss's brother-in-law slept with her against her will. She conceals the incident and continues her way of life as usual. But her silence has consequences, not only for the love that she feels for her friend Piet.
The director Icíar Bollaín presents the story of the Cuban dancer Carlos Acosta, a legend on the dance world and the first black dancer to perform some of the most famous ballet roles. A dancer who did not want to dance.
Summer 1989, East Germany. Adam works as a tailor, Evelyn as a waitress. They are planning a vacation together when Evelyn finds out that Adam is cheating on her and decides to leave for the holiday on her own.
Leo Wagner was a co-founder of the CSU, the Conservatives, and a member of the German Federal Parliament in Bonn. During the day, the wartime generation of politicians did their duty at the political front of the Cold War, afterwards they relaxed in Cologne's night life with young women and old champagne. The families left at home were often only a façade. For Leo, the extravagant way of life came at a cost. He became involved in dubious affairs and contacts with the Stasi. Now, his grandson, young film maker Benedikt Schwarzer, exposes the political and personal background to one of the greatest political scandals of the German Republic in Bonn.