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Ver Toni Erdmann

Toni Erdmann is a movie starring Sandra Hüller, Peter Simonischek, and Michael Wittenborn. A practical joking father tries to reconnect with his hard working daughter by creating an outrageous alter ego and posing as her CEO's life...

Comedy, Drama
Maren Ade
Peter Simonischek, Sandra Hüller, Thomas Loibl, Michael Wittenborn

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Genres Comedy, Drama
Director Maren Ade
Writer Maren Ade
Stars Peter Simonischek, Sandra Hüller, Thomas Loibl, Michael Wittenborn
Country Germany, Austria, Monaco, Switzerland, Romania, France
Also Known As Everyone Else, Arigatô, Toni Erdmann, Vi Presento Toni Erdmann, Min pappa Toni Erdmann, Min far Toni Erdmann, Isäni Toni Erdmann, As Faces de Toni Erdmann, Tonis Erdmanas, The Forest for the Trees, ありがとう、トニ・エルドマン, 顛父人生
Runtime 2 h 42 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 Whiling away the hours in Aachen, the divorced and practical joke-prone piano teacher, Winfried, decides to reconnect with Ines: his estranged only daughter, and now a determined business consultant in Bucharest. Of course, surprise visits rarely are welcome--and as the audacious parent adopts a new persona, the flamboyantly outspoken and deliciously extravagant, Toni Erdmann--he takes everyone by storm, infiltrating Ines' well-organised life and her close professional circle. Without a doubt, after years of alienation, Winfried--as his alter-ego, Toni--attempts to make a difference, in high hopes of bridging the gap between them; however, is his unorthodox attempt at reconciliation too little, too late?

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Saturday, 27 Jun 2020 19:08

I was looking for a light-hearted comedy and came across this film. The story is of a young Jewish boy named Toni who is a product of a religious family and is now living with his family and having a bad relationship with his step-father. He has a pretty unkempt apartment and he is clearly a mess. His step-father has a wife and a daughter that he has to take care of. Toni is a nice kid but he doesn't seem to fit in at all. He is very different from the others kids in the neighborhood and is just one of the reasons why he is being treated like a freak. When his step-father tells him that his mother will be moving in with them soon he seems to be the only one that does not see the problem. Toni's best friend is someone who is always there for him. He has a very small part in the film but he is very good and the best thing about the film is that he really knows how to act. He is the guy that gets the most of the comedy and is the guy that Toni can relate to. The other characters are the ones that Toni is going to be dealing with. One of the people he is going to be dealing with is his step-father. He is one of those people that we can relate to and the way he treats Toni is the most annoying thing in the film. The film is also very funny because it is so real. It is not very dramatic. It is not very sad. It is not very funny. It is very hard to make a film about religion in this day and age. It is very hard to make a comedy about religion in this day and age. I think the fact that this film is about religion in a very serious way makes it very good. It is a very funny film. I would recommend it to anybody. It is very good and I think that people who are looking for a light-hearted comedy will enjoy it.
Friday, 19 Jun 2020 10:49

I liked it, and even though I'm not a big fan of films with a political agenda, I did like it. It was a kind of dark comedy that was more of a satire than a comedy. That said, it was funny and well-written. The whole thing is about a German-Jewish family that is trying to fit in a new life in a city where they are hated and feel they don't belong. They are having to struggle to adjust to the new life. And at the same time, they are also having to cope with their prejudices about the "others." The humor is mostly about how the family works their way through the problems and how it affects them. It's a very simple story, but it's one that is really well-told. It's funny, but it is also sad and it's hard to find the humor in the situations that the characters face. I liked the ending and it made me think about the world and I also liked the acting. The actor who plays Toni was so good. He was like a little child, and he played the role perfectly. I also liked the child actors, and the ones who played the adults. They were very good. The only actor I didn't really like was the father who was pretty wooden and played the part of the local leader. It was just not good. I also liked the use of the color yellow and it's symbolism. I think it is a good metaphor for the anti-Semitism that Toni faces and the way it affects him. I also like the scenes where the German soldiers are very anti-Semitic. I don't think that it is a very subtle metaphor for the "others" or even for the "enemy" but I did like it. I also liked how Toni goes back to his father's house and talks to his father. It was interesting because I can't say that the father is anti-Semitic, but he is definitely anti-Semitic, and that's something that I don't like. I also liked how the family tries to fit in with the new life. It was hard, but it was well-told. The only thing I didn't like was that there was a lot of sex in it. I don't think that it was that important, but I don't think it's something that would appeal to the more mature audience. I don't think that the movie is offensive, but it does have a very dark side. It's not exactly something that will appeal to everyone. It's something that would be hard to find a viewer that likes. I think that Toni Erdmann is a good film, but it is not for everyone. It is hard to find a viewer that likes it, but I think that if you like a film that has a dark side and is difficult to find, you might like it.
Saturday, 23 May 2020 18:55

It's the end of the 20th century, but the world is still the same, only better. Every man wants to live in a beautiful paradise where he can love his wife and children without the worry of being constantly harassed by the authorities. With the invention of the "Trolley" and the now-common "dumb car" (yes, that's right, those cars were invented in 1928), the utopian dream has become reality for a lot of people. And then, of course, there's Angela (Bruno Schreiber). He's the only man who is not afraid to admit that he is in love with his wife and children. And he's a totally different man, too. He is a man who has the ability to judge whether a situation is real or not, and that makes him the most dangerous man in the world. Not only because of his "Trolley" ability, but also because of his ability to behave like a typical good man. And it's not only his ability to behave like a typical good man, but also his ability to be so "good" in a way that he's able to completely "surrender" to the world. But how? He has a wife who loves him and children who love him. And he's afraid of losing them. What does that tell you? How can he surrender? What will he do? He has to find a way to become completely "good" and then he will have his chance to escape. That's the whole idea behind this movie. I'm not going to tell you the whole story, because it would be a complete bore. But I will say that I absolutely loved the plot, the characters, the writing, the cinematography, and the story. It's very touching and very clever, and I will definitely watch it again. I think it's one of the best movies of the last year, and I'm very glad that I saw it.

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