, 1h52 Directed byWim Wenders OriginUSA GenresDrama, Thriller, Romance ActorsAlicia Vikander, James McAvoy, Alexander Siddig, Harvey Friedman, Clémentine Baert, Andrea Guasch Roles Bob Rating54% Dans une pièce sans fenêtres, sur la côte orientale de l'Afrique, un Anglais, James More, est retenu prisonnier par des combattants djihadistes. À des milliers de kilomètres de là, en mer du Groenland, Danielle Flinders se prépare à plonger dans un submersible. Chacun dans leur confinement, ils se remémorent le Noël précédent, où une rencontre fortuite sur une plage en France leur a permis de vivre une romance intense.
, 1h25 Directed byHannes Stöhr OriginGerman GenresDrama, Comedy ActorsInka Friedrich, Harvey Friedman Roles Andrew Tannenbaum Rating66% L'entreprise Bogenschütz & Söhne construit depuis longtemps des machines pour le textile. Mais son carnet de commandes se vide en raison de la concurrence des pays asiatiques. Dans le dos de son père, Michael entreprend de chercher un partenaire chinois, et entre en négociations avec un industriel du nom de Chong Wang. À l’occasion du 90e anniversaire du patriarche, auquel assistent aussi ses deux filles, Marlies et Marianne, la vérité risque d'éclater au grand jour. Lorsque Chong Wang vient visiter l’usine, la tension est à son comble entre Michael et son père. Ce dernier tente de monter ses filles contre leur frère, sans exclure de les déshériter tous les trois.
, 1h53 Directed byMargarethe von Trotta OriginGerman GenresDrama, Biography ThemesFilms about writers, Films about religion, Political films, Films about Jews and Judaism ActorsBarbara Sukowa, Janet McTeer, Nicholas Woodeson, Julia Jentsch, Axel Milberg, Megan Gay Rating70% As the film opens Eichmann has been captured in South America. It is revealed that he escaped there via the "rat line" and with forged papers. Arendt, now a professor in New York, volunteers to write about the trial for The New Yorker and is given the assignment. Observing the trial, she is impressed by how ordinary and mediocre Eichmann appears. She had expected someone scary, a monster, and he does not seem to be that. In a cafe conversation in which the Faust story is raised it is mentioned that Eichmann is not in any way a Mephisto (the devil). Returning to New York, Arendt has massive piles of transcripts to go through. Her husband has a brain aneurysm, almost dying, and causing her further delay. She continues to struggle with how Eichmann rationalized his behavior through platitudes about bureaucratic loyalty, and that he was just doing his job. When her material is finally published, it immediately creates enormous controversy, resulting in angry phone calls and a falling out from her old friend, Hans Jonas.
, 1h25 GenresComedy, Romantic comedy ActorsCorey Feldman, Julia Dietze, Harvey Friedman Roles journalist Rating63% Lucky Fritz was hit by a lightning strike twice. That's why he is called "Lucky" Fritz. He lives on the countryside and works in a small café. Besides waiting on people he earns a little extra money by selling local guests worms for angling.
, 2h Directed byBryan Singer OriginGerman GenresDrama, War, Thriller, Historical ThemesHitler, Political films ActorsTom Cruise, Kenneth Branagh, Bill Nighy, Tom Wilkinson, Carice van Houten, Terence Stamp Roles Dr. Joseph Goebbels: Minister of Propaganda and a member of Hitler's inner circle. Rating70% During World War II, Wehrmacht Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg (Cruise) is severely wounded during an RAF air raid in Tunisia, losing his right hand, the ring and pinkie finger on his left hand, and his left eye, and is evacuated home to Nazi Germany. Meanwhile, Major General Henning von Tresckow (Branagh) attempts to assassinate Adolf Hitler by smuggling a bomb aboard the Führer's personal airplane. The bomb, however, is a dud and fails to detonate, and Tresckow flies to Berlin in order to safely retrieve it. After learning that the Gestapo has arrested Major General Hans Oster, he orders General Olbricht (Nighy) to find a replacement. After recruiting Stauffenberg into the German Resistance, Olbricht presents Stauffenberg at a meeting of the secret committee which has coordinated previous attempts on Hitler's life. The members include General Ludwig Beck (Stamp), Dr. Carl Goerdeler (McNally), and Erwin von Witzleben (Schofield). Stauffenberg is stunned to learn that no plans exist on the subject of what is to be done after Hitler's assassination.
, 1h58 Directed byKevin Spacey OriginGerman GenresDrama, Biography, Musical theatre, Musical ThemesMusical films ActorsKevin Spacey, Kate Bosworth, Bob Hoskins, Bobby Darin, John Goodman, Sandra Dee Rating66% Rather than providing a straightforward biography, the film weaves fantasy sequences with scenes containing somewhat fictionalized accounts of events in Darin's life, and throughout it, the adult singer interacts with his younger self. It chronicles his determination to rise from his working class roots as Walden Robert Cassotto, a frail Bronx boy plagued by multiple bouts of rheumatic fever, and become a singer more famous than Frank Sinatra. To achieve that goal, he forms a band and struggles to find gigs at any nightclub that will hire him.
, 2h59 Directed byChristian Duguay OriginCanada GenresDrama, War, Biography, Historical ThemesHitler, Political films ActorsRobert Carlyle, Stockard Channing, Peter O'Toole, Jena Malone, Peter Stormare, Julianna Margulies Roles Friedrich Holländer Rating73% The opening of the film shows us a montage of Adolf Hitler's life from the years 1899-1907. The 10-year old Hitler (Thomas Sangster) is shown to be arrogant and disobedient. He has a stern, ill-tempered father, Alois Hitler (Ian Hogg), and a doting mother, Klara Hitler (Stockard Channing), who indulges his dreams of becoming a great artist. One day, his father dies of a heart attack but the young Hitler shows no empathy or concern. Seven years later, a 17-year old Hitler (Simon Sullivan) applies unsuccessfully to the Vienna Arts Academy but is told he lacks the talent to become an artist. Following his mother’s death, he moves to Vienna permanently but is unable to find work and soon becomes destitute and homeless. Influenced by the city’s prevalent anti-semitism, young Hitler becomes convinced that the Jews and immigrants are to blame for his misfortunes.
, 2h30 Directed byPhilipp Stölzl OriginGerman GenresDrama, Adventure, Historical ActorsTom Payne, Emma Rigby, Stellan Skarsgård, Ben Kingsley, Olivier Martinez, Elyas M'Barek Roles ADR & Dubbing Rating72% The plot begins in 11th-century England, much knowledge having been lost . It is the Dark Ages, and the Church is fighting against 'black magic'. The medical knowledge of Greek physicians like Hippocrates and Galen had been lost to the medicine of medieval Europe, until taught later in schools such as the School of Salerno (after the Arabic-Latin translation movement of the 12th century). In 11th-century England, travelling barber surgeons attempted to supply medical care to the ordinary population, often at the risk of the Church persecuting them for witchcraft.