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The plot concerns Klaus, a young man in post-war Berlin who is drawn to his friend Manfred and, under the encouragement of their acquaintance Dr. Y) Nikolaus Geyrhalter's first full-length documentary, focuses on a place called "Friedhof der Namenlosen" (The Cementary of Unknown Dead), a place, where all those nameless suicides, washed ashore on the Danube-riverbanks have been buried. DVD 7738 Two feature films and seven shorts created by the noted German producer and director Alexander Kluge. Der Angriff der Gegenwart auf die ubrige Zeit = The blind director (106 min), 1985 -- Blinde Liebe: Gesprach mit Jean-Luc Godard (24 min.), 2001 -- 16 Minutenfilme (17 min.), 1970 -- Zwischen Mitternacht und der vierten Nachtstunde (1 min.), 2006 -- Disc 2. 1872, wird gefilmt (13 min.), 1967 -- Ein Arzt aus Halberstadt (29 min.), 1970 -- Besitzburgerin, Jahrgang 1908 (11 min.), 1973 --Nach jedem Untergang kommt ein Dampfer (1 min.), 2006.Winkler, explores the underground world of gay clubs and electronic music. The film gets the old grave-digger and other people talking about their lives alongside the river and creates a very special athmosphere: you almost get to sense the fog and the dampness of the Danube-meadows. Vermischte Nachrichten = Miscellaneous news (96 min.), 1986 -- Frau Blackburn, geb. Cast (Blind director): Jutta Hoffmann, Armin Mueller-Stahl ; (Miscellaneous news): Marita Breuer, Rosel Zech.After the foster-parent does the right thing and takes the girl to her aunt --her court-appointed guardian -- she is shocked to see that neither the wealthy aunt nor her servants are very interested in the girl. In the other story, a director goes blind in the middle of a film project but has to be kept on because of his contract. Cast: Greta Garbo (Anna), Charles Bickford (Matt), George F. Actress Salka Steuermann, who appears in the German version, was also known as Salka Stearman and Salka Viertel. Hans Schnier for years has earned his living as a clown, though he is in fact a very covert sort of social critic. Alex and Nicole are divorced, but Alex cannot let go of what has passed.
A film based on a true case which occured in the 1920's. Cast: Martin Weiss, Moritz Bleibtreu, Herbert Knaup, Katja Riemann, Tom Schilling, Susan Anbeh, Vadim Glowna, Margit Carstensen. Cast: Klaus Kinski, Helena Rojo, Del Negro, Ruy Guerra, Peter Berling, Cecilia Rivera, Daniel Ades. Cast: Maria Schrader, Juliane Kohler, Heike Makatsch, Johanna Wokalek, Elisabeth Degen, Detlev Buck.
When they accidentally run into another, seemingly happier and more successful couple, the tensions between them erupt. Cast: Siegfried Lowitz, Michael Ande, Gustl Halenke, Doris Kunstmann. Cast: Dennis Hopper, Bruno Ganz, Lisa Kreuzer, Gerard Blain.
Special features: "A summer without Gitti" short film; interviews with cast and crew; deleted scenes; outtakes; theatrical trailer; essay by Mark Peranson, editor of Cinema Scope. The armed robbery of a jewelry store and the murder of its proprietor, a marriage on the rocks and a million dollar insurance policy test the skills of an experienced detective. Story about a Hamburg picture framer who is perfectly ordinary except that he is suffering from a rare and fatal blood disease.
A side plot follows a meeting between former West German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt and East German leader Erich Honecker. The Big Four are still in the country and the new president suddenly claims that Austria is independent. Cast: Erdal Yildiz, Inga Busch, Bulent Esrungun, Serif Sezer, Senem Tepe, Hasan Ali Mete, Cemal Yavuz, Kaan Emre, Özgur Özata. The brothers Cem and Mehmet live with their sister Dilan and their immigrant parents in Germany. Die unbezahmbare Leni Peickert = Undomitable Leni Peickert (33 min.), 1970 -- Reformzirkus (127 min.), 1970 -- Die traurige Nachricht (1 min.), 2006.
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In war torn Germany it was not safe to be Jewish, it was just as unsafe to be a lesbian. Cast: Rudiger Vogler, Yella Rottlander, Lisa Kruzer. Cast: Birgit Minichmayr, Lars Eidinger, Hans-Jochen Wagner, Nicole Marischka.