Disclaimer: This site does not store any files on its server.

Ver Ich war zuhause, aber

Ich war zuhause, aber is a movie starring Thorbjörn Björnsson, Esther Buss, and Martin Clausen. After a 13-year-old student disappears without a trace for a week and suddenly reappears, his mother and teachers are confronted with...

Genres
Drama
Director
Angela Schanelec
Starring
Thorbjörn Björnsson, Lucas Confurius, Martin Clausen, Esther Buss

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Drama
Director Angela Schanelec
Writer Angela Schanelec
Stars Thorbjörn Björnsson, Lucas Confurius, Martin Clausen, Esther Buss
Country Germany, Serbia
Also Known As I Was at Home, But, Ήμουν και δεν ήμουν στο σπίτι, Byłam w domu, ale..., Ich War Zuhause, Aber
Runtime 1 h 45 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 After a 13-year-old student disappears without a trace for a week and suddenly reappears, his mother and teachers are confronted with existential questions that change their whole view of life.

Top reviews

Friday, 19 Jun 2020 08:24

This is one of the more complicated movies I've ever seen. It's more like a long, drawn out drama than a story that unfolds. You have to keep watching it to understand the details of the story. You don't know what will happen next. It's a difficult story to follow. The movie is about a girl who is a prostitute who gets involved in a strange life of crime and mystery. It's a very unusual story and one that is difficult to understand. You really have to pay attention to the details. This is a film about people who are very different from the normal people we see on the news. They're different from us, and yet they're all the same. It's about people who don't want to be the same as everyone else, and who try to be different. The main character, Eva, is a prostitute. She gets involved in a life of crime, and the movie tells you that she's a good, kind, caring person who has a lot of friends and a lot of love for her clients. But she's also very selfish. She's always trying to get what she wants, even if it's against the wishes of the clients. Her main goal is to get a job, and the only way she knows how to do that is to be a prostitute. Her life is very strange, but the story itself is interesting. The characters in the movie are very interesting. They have a lot of depth and are very interesting. I think the movie is very difficult to follow, but if you're able to follow the story you will have a lot of fun watching it. You may want to watch it a few times to understand the details, but if you like movies that are difficult to follow, you should definitely watch it.
Wednesday, 27 May 2020 20:39

In his third film, Fritz Lang's last, the German director Otto Preminger (1907-1990) moves away from the more "artistic" aspects of his previous works to a more gritty and realistic portrayal of the life of a working class Jewish family. In a nod to the popularity of the title character, "The Third Man" (1946) is much darker in tone, and much more brutal in its depiction of the Holocaust. The film centers on the life of one of the family members, as the father (Otto Preminger) works tirelessly to keep the family afloat by constantly making sure his son (Richard Burton) is educated and works in a factory, despite the lack of money to support a family. When the mother (Nina Hoss) and her daughter (Dorothea Pinder) are taken away to Auschwitz, the father is left to deal with the consequences of his actions. The film contains some truly disturbing images, including the murder of a young boy, a young girl, and a young girl's body being mutilated by a train, all of which make for some truly harrowing scenes. This film is also a good example of Preminger's use of modern technology. Many of the sequences that the family members have to endure are shot in black and white, a style that is quite reminiscent of the film noir films of the 1930's and 1940's. This film also has some memorable scenes. The scene where the father meets his wife at the train station and they kiss each other, is a memorable scene. Another scene that will leave a lasting impression is when the father has to go to a small town and has to eat his dinner in a restaurant that looks like a Nazi concentration camp, and he has to deal with the noise and people of the town that don't appreciate him. The mother (Nina Hoss) also has a very strong presence in the film, which is very refreshing to see from a female director. The only thing I didn't like about this film is that it is very slow in pacing, and the film is sometimes a little too long. However, "The Third Man" is still an excellent film, and is one of the most influential films in the history of cinema.


Write a review