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Katakomben (As Above, So Below) **

By We Are the Film Fans - Monday, August 25, 2014

Whoever has gone on a tour through Paris’ catacombs (only a small portion of its 300 km length is officially accessible) knows how creepy they are. Piles of skulls and… Read more…

Can A Song Save Your Life? (Begin Again) ****

By We Are the Film Fans - Friday, August 22, 2014

Take a down-at-heel music producer who hasn’t found a new singer in five years and a young, pretty singer-songwriter whose long term relationship is falling apart and what do you… Read more…

Diplomatie (Diplomacy)****

By We Are the Film Fans - Friday, August 22, 2014

 Veteran filmmaker Volker Schlöndorff is in top form in Diplomacy, a taut thriller that manages to build suspense even though you’re pretty sure what the outcome will be. It’s August… Read more…

Guardians of the Galaxy *****

By We Are the Film Fans - Friday, August 22, 2014

Marvel is strengthening its synonymy for lustig comic-action films, superheroes, and epic adventures. This sci-fi story is strong, the action intense, the comedic value well proportioned. In balance with a… Read more…

Lucy * * *

By We Are the Film Fans - Thursday, August 21, 2014

Frenchman Luc Besson is known for stylized films such as La Femme Nikita (1990) and The Fifth Element (1997), which he directed, as well as the Taken (2008, 2012, 2015)… Read more…

When Animals Dream (Når Dyrene Drømmer) **

By We Are the Film Fans - Thursday, August 21, 2014

Fans of the fantasy/werewolf genre will be pleased that Danish director Jonas Alexander Arnby has put some effort into helping actress Sonia Suhl cope with pre-puberty problems in the role… Read more…

Tom at the Farm (Sag Nicht Wer du Bist, original title: Tom á la ferme) ****

By We Are the Film Fans - Thursday, August 21, 2014

Tom drives to the farm home of his deceased boyfriend Guillaume. He wishes to pay respects to Guillaume’s mother, Agathe. She lives alone with her remaining son, Francis. The visit… Read more…

Besser als Nix ***

By We Are the Film Fans - Monday, August 18, 2014

 An original comedy that couldn’t get any blacker, Besser als Nix will provide a whiff of fresh air to audiences not put off by the film’s taboo-breaking sensibility. Tom (François… Read more…

Die langen hellen Tage (In Bloom, OV: Grzeli Nateli Dgeebi) ****

By We Are the Film Fans - Friday, August 15, 2014

The Georgian Republic (about the size of Bavaria) borders in the West on the Black Sea and in the North on Russia. Her other borders are shared with Azerbaijan, Armenia… Read more…

The Hundred-Foot Journey (Madame Mallory und der Duft von Curry) **

By We Are the Film Fans - Friday, August 15, 2014

The Kadams are a family of chefs who moved to Europe to escape persecution back in India. When the breaks of their vehicle fail in a quaint French village, the… Read more…

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