Using the life and posthumous legacy of Frederick the Great as its central theme, this episode covers some of the most notable political, social and cultural movements to emerge within Berlin over the past two centuries.
Turning to look at the legacy which history has placed upon the people of Berlin – and that which Berliners themselves have offered in turn – this episode charts the tumultuous eras which the city has endured, for good or ill, through the course of the 19th and 20th centuries.
She mainly appeared in smaller parts in teleseryes and movies, supporting the more prominent names in local showbiz ... De Leon strikes a pose with male models inspired by a scene in the satire movie during its QCinema premiere in November ... A scene from the Palm d’Or award-winning movie, here with the late Charlbi Dean (left) and VickiBerlin.
That idea is the foundation of Holofcener’s You Hurt My Feelings, which made its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, a movie about neurotic New Yorkers—is there any other kind?—just trying to get along with one another, even when they’re barely speaking to each other.
In the 2022 movie Tár, Blanchett plays the first female chief conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic, who is about to record a symphony that seems likely to take her career to new heights ... In addition, it’s home to blockbuster movies like Nope and modern rom-coms like Ticket to Paradise.
Movie Reviews 'My Animal' Review... So if you want that experience in its purest form, stop reading here and just trust me that the A24 release is an exceptional movie, destined to have a life long after its rapturously received Sundance premiere and upcoming Berlin competition slot.
The 'Vogue' hitmaker had been planning to direct the movie - which was due to star 'Ozark' actress Julia Garner in the lead role - herself but the project has now been put on hold in definitely while the 64-year-old singer focuses on her newly-announced world tour ...Sean Penn's Ukraine documentary to premiere at BerlinFilm Festival.
From Elliot’s distaste for Beth and Don’s habit of sharing food (including an ice cream cone), to Berlin’s matriarch confusing TMZ and TCM (which she thinks stands for The ChannelMovie), to Beth showing off how her eyebrows still move post-Botox, the film draws its main players in sharp, recognizable, amusing lines.