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Die Sprache des Herzens (Marie Heurtin/Marie’s Story) ****

By We Are the Film Fans - Monday, January 26, 2015

Starts January 1, 2015 Little Marie Heurtin is an imprisoned soul. Born blind and deaf in late 18th-century Poitiers, she reaches toward sunlight like a flower. Now 14, she sniffs… Read more…

Anderswo (Anywhere Else) ****

By We Are the Film Fans - Monday, January 26, 2015

Noa, (Neta Riskin) in her early 30s, feels out of her element. An Israeli who has lived in Berlin for years, she’s assimilated enough to study linguistics at the graduate… Read more…

Unbroken ***

By We Are the Film Fans - Sunday, January 25, 2015

Starts: January 15, 2015  The film Unbroken is the true story of Louis Zamperini (Jack O’Connell) a former Olympic athlete who served as a WW II fighter pilot. He is… Read more…

Die Hüter der Tundra (The Tundra Tale) *** 1/2

By We Are the Film Fans - Sunday, January 25, 2015

Starts 22.1.2015 Come along on a reindeer sleigh across the frozen tundra, and we’ll visit one of the last European villages to live at one with nature. The Tundra Tale,… Read more…

John Wick *****

By We Are the Film Fans - Sunday, January 25, 2015

 Once notorious for taking care of other people’s problems, John quit the business. He knows more happiness than “I rightfully deserved”, until his wife dies followed by an encounter with… Read more…

Birdman (oder die unverhoffte Macht der Ahnungslosigkeit) (Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)) *****

By We Are the Film Fans - Saturday, January 24, 2015

Storytelling evolved with human verbal transmissions, eventually evolving to include books, radio, then television, and celluloid. Nevertheless, the basic premise has not changed – ultimate impact is achieved when a… Read more…

Die Böhms: Architektur einer Familie ****

By We Are the Film Fans - Friday, January 23, 2015

Gottfried Böhm is one of the most important living architects, and the only German to have won the coveted Pritzker Prize. Now 94, he still spends hours a day drawing… Read more…

Mortdecai (Mortdecai – Der Teilzeitgauner) ***1/2

By We Are the Film Fans - Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Opening January 22, 2015 The Duke of Mortdecai (Depp), a man of many talents, is in a bit of a predicament demanding an immediate infusion of “moola”. His manservant Jock… Read more…

Missverstanden (Misunderstood, Incompresa) ****

By We Are the Film Fans - Saturday, January 17, 2015

Aria (Giulia Salerno) is a fragile and sensitive 10-year-old living in Rome in 1984. Her family has always been dysfunctional and abusive, but now her immature parents are divorcing which… Read more…

Miss Julie (Fräulein Julie) ***

By We Are the Film Fans - Saturday, January 17, 2015

All the prerequisites are there for a triumphant masterpiece. The thespian performances of the three main actors are admirable, at times, awe-inspiring. Liv Ullmann wrote the screenplay and directed Strindberg’s… Read more…

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