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Archive for May, 2005

GARDEN STATE by Zach Braff

Tuesday, May 31st, 2005

After ten years Andrew Largeman (Zach Braff – excellent) returns home for the funeral of his mother. He has been on Lithium and other anti-depressants for ten years and feels disconnected from life. Andrew avoids contact with his father (Ian Holm) – who is a psychiatrist and has prescribed his medications – and hangs out […]


Tuesday, May 24th, 2005

** SPOILER ALERT ** Don’t read if you want to see the last outing of the STAR WARS double-trilogy cold. But then, you probably have already heard a lot about it, read about it, seen the trailers – so it can’t hurt to take a closer look, right? Give yourself up to the Dark Side!


Tuesday, May 10th, 2005

The 12th century – Jerusalem is a Christian kingdom and there is a fragile peace between King Baldwin (Edward Norton) and Saladin (Ghassan Massoud). A young blacksmith, Balian (Orlando Bloom), illegitimate son of Godfrey Of Ibelin (Liam Neeson) travels to Jerusalem to find forgiveness for his wife who committed suicide and for his murdering of […]

CASABLANCA – VON DEN GUTEN ZEITEN IN DEN SCHLECHTEN ZEITEN – Documentary – by Daniel Ritter, Peter Janecek

Saturday, May 7th, 2005

Documentary about the people who lived in Casablanca during World War II on the run from the Nazis. 60 years later Sophie Freud, Kurt Grossmann, Fritz K?nig and Flor Scemama meet again in Hinterbr?hl / Austria to talk about the old times and share couscous like then in Casablanca. Winner of the Audience Award at the Film-Academy-Festival 2005 in Vienna.

FELIX ENDE by Thomas Schwendemann

Friday, May 6th, 2005

Austrian student short movie about the fascination of death