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Ver Werk ohne Autor

Werk ohne Autor is a movie starring Tom Schilling, Sebastian Koch, and Paula Beer. German artist Kurt Barnert has escaped East Germany and now lives in West Germany, but is tormented by his childhood under the Nazis and the...

History, Drama, Romance, Thriller
Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck
Paula Beer, Tom Schilling, Saskia Rosendahl, Sebastian Koch

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Genres History, Drama, Romance, Thriller
Director Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck
Writer Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck
Stars Paula Beer, Tom Schilling, Saskia Rosendahl, Sebastian Koch
Country Italy, Germany
Also Known As Yetzira Lello Mekha'ber, Mű szerző nélkül, Verk uten skaper, Μη Χαμηλώνεις το Βλέμμα, Nunca apartes la mirada, Work Without Author, Asla Gözlerini Kaçırma, Nunca Deixe de Lembrar, 無主之作, Never Look Away, L'oeuvre sans auteur, La sombra del pasado, Nunca Deixes de Olhar, Opera senza autore, Delo bez autora, Obrazy bez autora, Værk uden skaber, Obra sin autor
Runtime 3 h 9 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Young artist Kurt Barnert (Tom Schilling) has fled to West-Germany, but he continues to be tormented by the experiences he made in his childhood and youth in the Nazi years and during the DDR-regime. When he meets the student Ellie (Paula Beer), he is convinced that he has met the love of his life and begins to create paintings that mirror not only his own fate, but also the traumas of an entire generation.

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Saturday, 11 Jul 2020 08:48

I had my doubts about "The Red Pill" before I even sat down to watch it. Having read about the book and the movie, I was eager to watch them together. So I was excited to read the book and watch the movie. I was pleasantly surprised to find that this movie was actually even better than I had expected. I was especially surprised at the acting of the women who played the transgender character of Zo. The way they played her was absolutely incredible. There were times in the movie when I was wondering whether or not the story was really happening. However, it was extremely realistic, and I'm sure that the portrayal of transgenderism in this movie will cause much debate. So, if you are a transgender person, you will be very interested in the movie. There are several reasons why this movie should be a lot more popular than it is. First of all, it is so well made that I honestly think that you would have to be living in a space alien-like state of consciousness to have not seen parts of the movie. Second, the story is really interesting and makes you think. Third, the movie is filled with incredible performances. In addition to the acting of the three actresses, the story itself is extremely realistic. It is very difficult to find a movie that has acted and written so well and makes you feel like you are there. I was highly impressed by how realistic the movie was. Of course, I'm a fan of trans-genderism, and I think this movie portrays the real life conditions very well. I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone. If you are looking for something to watch that will blow your mind, go watch this movie. You won't be disappointed. The movie is great and I would love to see it again.
Friday, 03 Jul 2020 06:26

For many years the Germans have been working on the still unresolved mystery of the fate of the members of the Belsen concentration camp. The sheer number of people who have lived through this horrors and have gone on to be heroes. The people who have to live with the memory of these horrors to this day, the most painful ones being those of the parents who were not around to witness these killings and not able to help their children. Director and writer Olaf Mueller, who made two films earlier this year on the subject of the holocaust, has completed his latest effort with "The Red Book" - the third and final part of this saga. The director has spent the last two years shooting the film, then taking it back to Berlin to shoot the last 10 minutes with special focus on the children and families of the camp survivors. He knows that what the film shows is not a documentary, but in fact the terrible truth of the Nazi holocaust. Despite its length, the film is well worth watching, giving the viewer a sense of the horror and destruction of the camp which is not to be forgotten. A good reason to see this film is that it tells the story of one of the biggest genocides of the 20th century. It is a story of the Holocaust that is not just humanized by the horrendous crimes committed, but the human anguish as well. This film is truly a documentary that is a love story of the Jewish people, who were not the only people to suffer this horror, but also the entire human race. Every time I see this movie I think of the part of my family who were lucky enough to escape from the Belsen camp. The director does an excellent job of showing the misery and desperation of these people, and shows how many lives were lost to one horrific act. The film is well worth watching.
Monday, 22 Jun 2020 13:19

I was pretty much ready to write a review about this movie after seeing the trailer. It was very promising and there are also a few moments that made me jump out of my seat. Unfortunately this movie will not become one of my favourites. However, I did really enjoy the first half of the movie and the last 40 minutes or so, and I am glad to say I got that from the movie. I was very impressed with the acting, especially Julia Ormond. She is very convincing and is truly one of the best actresses in the world. I do not think anyone else could have done better than she did. I thought the story was very good and thought the story would be very good. I have never had much of a problem with the story itself, but when it becomes convoluted, or rather. it became confusing, I do not like to think about it anymore. It becomes a bit tedious to watch, and you can easily see that many people have already written about the mistakes that this movie has. The movie is really really confusing, and I do not want to write about it anymore, it is too complicated. I did not like the style of the movie, but I must admit I could not stop watching the movie. I think that the movie could have been better if there was less colors, less sounds, etc. If you want to watch a very good movie with a twist, then I would not recommend this movie. If you like realistic movies, with great actors, and a decent plot, then I would highly recommend this movie. I really hope that there will be a director's cut version, with additional scenes, etc, but if there is to be one, it should include the actual music from the movie. I would rate it a 9 out of 10, but I would like to suggest that it should be a 10 out of 10. So maybe I am being too hard on the movie, but it is very good.
Thursday, 11 Jun 2020 14:15

I'm new to this film, but had to watch it because it's taken place in one of my favorite movies of all time. On some people's lists, it is, but for me, it isn't. The film is about a government attempting to create an Aryan master race through violence and genocide. The only problem is, it's been done before. The story follows an Armenian family, who are the victims of Nazi genocide. They get pushed aside to a bigger and better house, a middle-class Jewish family, who are persecuted by the Nazis. These groups are forced together to escape and try to survive the horrors of a Nazi controlled environment. The Jewish family were forced into a ghetto, but find a way to survive. They face discrimination and an underhanded way of dealing with it. For the film, the director, Philip Khoo, does an excellent job, blending the true events with Hollywood films and making it work. This film shows the human struggle and what we do and say to avoid the horrors of the past. The story and the acting by everyone in the film was excellent, except, for one moment when a character, whose role is to act as a helper, appears and gets killed in an obvious plot device. The editing in this film was good, in that, you had no problem following the storyline, but it was then interrupted by a confusing, but still interesting plot device. What I found most offensive was the movie's treatment of the Holocaust. The Nazi's, instead of being ashamed for their actions, celebrate their achievements and the actions of their fellow men. Instead of showing the pain, suffering, and abuse of the Jews, we get a parade of Adolf Hitler wannabees (mainly members of the German resistance). The only thing the Nazis seem to do is celebrate. The Holocaust is terrible and that's the only reason I gave this film an 8. Watch it and judge for yourself. To conclude, the Nazis should have a few words for Philip Khoo. He must have had a child with a woman that was an Aryan and used her as a stepping-stone to achieve his goal of making a master race, and he was able to find a way to make a better life for himself.
Tuesday, 26 May 2020 15:36

I personally love this movie. I have watched it a dozen times. I first saw it when I was 13 years old, when it was released in Canada. I'm not sure why, but it really touched me. I must have watched it about ten or twelve times over the years. The story is about the greed of some businessmen who have taken advantage of a slightly naive individual. The story involves the lifestyle of a young guy in the Thalberg family, the owner of a clothing factory in northern Germany. After losing their home and being nearly evicted, they decide to expand their business and build a new factory in Ireland. They do this by acquiring land in Ireland, making a deal with a man that lives in the nearby village, Klaus Thalberg. (The name of this movie is similar to the famous Dutch producer Stichting Dvideen) After realizing the land is about to be bought, he does not want it for himself and his family. After they buy the land, Klaus does not allow the Thalbergs to stay there. The Thalbergs turn up again, get back together and they all build a new factory. Klaus feels that they should not be allowed to stay in the village and the town becomes a dumping ground for other families. He fights against the Thalbergs again, but finally the Thalbergs pay the farmer, a man who is a quite traditional German, to get the land and leave the village. So, the movie ends with a heavy heart. We all know that poverty and exploitation are very serious problems in the world today, and I think that this movie does a very good job of making us understand what is really going on in Germany. The movie is set in rural Germany, so that many of us can relate to the Thalbergs' situation. In my opinion, this movie is one of the best German films that was ever made. I also really love the music of Phil Collins, which is a very great arrangement of the song that is played throughout the movie. The movie will not appeal to everyone. It may be a bit slow for some people, and I personally thought that the movie was rather slow at times. I really felt that it could have been better if they had cut out some of the scenes that I thought were unnecessary. I also thought that the movie could have been a bit longer, because it did not have a very clear ending. However, I must say that this movie is certainly a must-see for anyone who loves movies.<|endof
Sunday, 12 Apr 2020 03:07

The story of the Werk ohne Autor can be summed up in just two words: It's all here. I watched the film without knowing anything about it before and I was expecting a piece of "the great mystery" that we know all too well. The story is excellent, the characters are portrayed so realistically that one feels like one is really watching it and they don't even try to make you think too much. Each time I see this film I keep thinking that it is going to end with the man going to the shop, sitting down and re-enacting the situation all over again. It doesn't. Instead it picks up again with the next scene and keeps on ticking, never slowing down. To me the story is more about the characters than the plot. It's the strength of the characters that make them real. I think one of the strong points of this film is that it manages to capture that same feeling of empathy that really counts in real life. I really can't remember a film where the audience empathises with the characters as much as with the protagonists. This film is one of those films that you watch, you feel good about watching it and you think how cool it must be when you watch it again, because it is so well made, so smart and so thought provoking. In many ways it is "The Passion of the Christ" with magic realism but with real people and real situations. I recommend this film to everyone. The most amazing thing about this film is that it has brought me back to watching TFIOS or even Tom Jones again, and I'm glad I did.

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