Coups de coeur

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    « Ein Polizist (Janusz Gajos), mit verstorbener Frau und essgestörter erwachsener Tochter (Justyna Suwała) trifft jeden Tag auf brutal zugerichtete Tote: ein Selbstmord am Strick, ein auf der öffentlichen Toilette geborenes und zerstückeltes Baby. Den Körper der Tochter findet der Polizist abends nackt vor dem Klo, zwischen Erbrochenem und Pillen. Er selbst trinkt zu viel Alkohol, wofür ihn Ola, die Tochter, verabscheut. In der Klinik für Essstörungen, in die er sie fährt – das fünfte Mal – machen klapperdürre Mädchen Schrei-, Tanz-, und Körpertherapie. Der Körper – Body – taucht im Film also in verschiedensten Formen auf. Tot, lebendig, kaputt, schwach, stark und transzendent: letzteres in Form der Körpertherapeutin Ania (Maja Ostaszewska), die als Medium auch Tote wieder sprechen lässt. Jeder ist irgendwie stark und schwach zugleich, jeder kämpft. So ist in Body das Leben. Schwierig, schmutzig, traurig, zum Lachen oder: lustig. Ciało wurde auf der Berlinale mit dem Silbernen Bären für die beste Regie ausgezeichnet. »

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    « De nombreux chercheurs – parmi lesquels le psychiatre Christophe André, ainsi que le moine bouddhiste et docteur en biologie cellulaire Matthieu Ricard, qui joue obligeamment les cobayes – témoignent et font partager leurs expériences les plus récentes, avec le renfort d'images en 3D et d'infographies. Après des millénaires d'évolution, les experts l'affirment: l'intelligence humaine serait sur le déclin. Le film dévoile aussi progressivement le fonctionnement de notre intelligence, le rôle des neurones, de la myéline, des astrocytes, un environnement bien plus sophistiqué et complexe que ce que mesure le QI. Comme l'explique le philosophe Josef Schovanec, la créativité, en particulier, transcende notre intelligence rationnelle, et ouvre de larges horizons. »

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    « In der digitalen Gesellschaft werden wir zu gläsernen Menschen: Mit jedem Klick, mit jedem Telefonat, mit jedem im Internet bestellten Buch, jeder Kartenzahlung oder Videoload werden Menschen transparent und hinterlassen überall digitale Fingerabdrücke. Spätestens seit Edward Snowdens Enthüllungen ist klar, dass sich die Welt im Datenrausch befindet und die persönlichsten Informationen von uns allen zur Ressource geworden sind: Daten sind das Öl des 21. Jahrhunderts. Wer sie hat, hat das Geld und damit die Macht! Doch wer kontrolliert diesen Zugriff auf private Daten? Und was bedeutet das für die Gesellschaft? Regisseur David Bernet öffnet die Türen zu einer schier undurchdringlichen Welt. Zum ersten Mal in der Geschichte der EU konnte ein Filmteam so tief ins Innere der EU vordringen und die Entstehung eines Gesetzes filmisch begleiten. Bernet begleitet unter anderem in Brüssel, im Herzen der EU, die konservative EU-Kommissarin Viviane Reding und den jungen, ambitionierten Grünen-Abgeordneten Jan Philipp Albrecht (MdEP) bei ihrem Kampf um ein europäisches Datenschutzgesetz - ein Gesetz, das jede Form von Datentransfer schützen soll. Lobbyisten, Wirtschaftsjuristen und Aktivisten treten auf den Plan und versuchen Einfluss zu nehmen. Ein Ringen wie bei David gegen Goliath beginnt: Bürgerrechte versus Wirtschaftsinteressen. »

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    « Alec Baldwin and director James Toback's documentary examines the intricacies of film financing from the inside as the pair visit the Cannes Film Festival in 2012. Criss-crossing the festival in an attempt to hustle some cash for their version of 'Last Tango in Paris', the pair spend time reflecting on the actual business of movie-making and talking about the industry in general with amongst others, Ryan Gosling, Martin Scorsese, Jessica Chastain, Francis Ford Coppola, Roman Polanski and Bernardo Bertolucci. »

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    « Le 7 janvier 2015, l’hebdomadaire satirique Charlie Hebdo est victime d'une attaque terroriste qui coûte la vie à douze personnes dont les plus grands dessinateurs de presse français, Cabu, Wolinski, Charb, Tignous et Honoré. Le lendemain, une policière est tuée dans la rue. Le 9 janvier, une nouvelle attaque vise des juifs de France. Quatre otages sont assassinés. Ce film est un hommage à toutes ces victimes. »

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    « Historical drama starring Daniel Radcliffe and Dane DeHaan. The film follows a young Allen Ginsberg (Radcliffe) while he is attending Columbia University in 1944 and shows how the relationship he formed with his charismatic fellow student Lucien Carr (DeHaan) would pave the way for the Beat Generation of the 1950s. Through his friendship with Carr, who is the unwilling love interest of the much older David Kammerer (Michael C. Hall), Ginsberg is introduced to other aspiring writers William Burroughs (Ben Foster) and Jack Kerouac (Jack Huston) and the four young men take a hedonistic foray through New York seeking out inspiration while experimenting in all aspects of their lives. Unaware of the tumultuous path they have created for themselves, a difficult and unforeseen event will bring the group even closer together and mould them into the best minds of their generation. »

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    „Wie zeigt man die Gedanken eines Philosophen im Film? Und zwar so, dass der Sinnlichkeit des Films entsprochen wird, ohne an Substanz zu verlieren? Isabella Gresser hat eine Möglichkeit gefunden, indem sie die abstrakten Gedanken von Byung-Chul Han aus seinem Bestseller "Müdigkeitsgesellschaft" mit Film- und Videokunst verbindet."

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    "From Tim Burton, acclaimed director of EDWARD SCISSORHANDS, and BATMAN, comes the hilarious, true-life story of the craziest filmmaker in Hollywood history, Ed Wood! Johnny Depp stars as the high-spirited movie director who refuses to let unfinished scenes, terrible reviews, and hostile studio executives derail his big-screen dreams. With an oddball collection of showbiz misfits, Ed takes the art of bad moviemaking to an all-time low! The all-star cast features Bill Murray, Sarah Jessica Parker, Patricia Arquette and Martin Landau as Bela Lugosi."

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    « Set in 1930s Suffolk, it revolves around the struggles of an eccentric family to hang on to their decaying castle, seen through the eyes of the 17-year-old younger daughter. The film is shot with that green British palette that makes everything look damp and makes us imagine the sheets will be clammy. The countryside is unspeakably picturesque, and the girls flourish here. Cassandra’s frequent narration – taken from her diary entries – introduces us to her shambling, bohemian family: the father, a novelist who, 10 years on, has yet to follow up his one, wildly successful book; the stepmother, an artist given to stripping naked in the countryside in an effort to contact her muse; a younger brother; and an older sister named Rose (Byrne), a ravishing redhead going a little batty from their intensely isolated, intensely impoverished existence at a crumbling Suffolk castle. That all changes when two American brothers – the plainspoken, cowboyish Neil and the elder, more serious-minded Simon – stumble onto their property one rainy night. »

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    « An examination of America's obesity epidemic and the food industry's role in aggravating it. The film blows the lid off everything that was known about food and exercise, revealing a 30-year campaign by the food industry, aided by the U.S. government, to mislead and confuse the American public. Exposing the hidden truths contributing to one of the largest health epidemics in history, it follows a group of families battling to lead healthier lives and reveals why the conventional wisdom of 'exercise and eat right' is not ringing true for millions of people. In den späten 1970ern wird Amerika grassierender Fettleibigkeit gewahr. Die Antwort darauf sind fettreduzierte Speisen der Industrie, die Joggingwelle, und der Siegeszug von Aerobic. Trotzdem vervielfacht sich die Zahl adipöser Menschen und darunter besonders vieler Kinder in den kommenden Jahren drastisch. Der Grund dafür ist Zucker, der in rauen Mengen Junk Food wie Fertigessen, Dosenfutter, Soft Drinks, Chips oder Cornflakes beigemengt wird. Als sich Widerstand dagegen regt, schickt die Industrie ihre Trickser und Lobbyisten. »

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    « 25 years ago, Louis Sarno, an American, heard a song on the radio and followed its melody into the Central Africa Jungle and stayed. He than recorded over 1000 hours of original BaAka music. Now he is part of the BaAka community and raises his pygmy son, Samedi. Fulfilling an old promise, Louis takes Samedi to America. On this journey Louis realizes he is not part of this globalized world anymore but globalization has also arrived in the rainforest. »

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    « Der Dokumentarfilm begleitet Studenten der Polizeischule Sachsen-Anhalt während ihres ersten Ausbildungsjahres und ihres Praktikums auf Streife. Dort werden die Menschen geformt, die Recht und Ordnung verteidigen sollen. Nicht alle Polizeianwärter sind dem Druck der Entscheidungen gewachsen, die der Berufsalltag mit sich bringt. Häufig weicht anfänglicher Idealismus der Ernüchterung, wenn sich die Studenten mit rechtsradikalen Demonstranten oder häuslicher Gewalt herumschlagen müssen. »

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    « Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard star in this adaptation of Shakespeare's tragedy. After three witches foretell that Scottish nobleman Macbeth (Fassbender) will be king he becomes obssessed by the idea. Encouraged by his wife Lady Macbeth (Cotillard), his ambition becomes all-consuming and he kills the reigning monarch, King Duncan (David Thewlis). But Macbeth becomes a tyrannical ruler, filled with anxiety over who he can trust... Adam Arkapaw's cinematography gives this adaptation a moody atmosphere. You can almost feel the cold of the mists and mud and isolation in the countryside and castles of Scotland. The performances are uniformly magnificent. Michael Fassbender is unquestionably one of the finest actor in cinema right now. He possesses exactly the kind of presence to bring an epic literary stalwart to life. The gravitas he brings to this interpretation of Macbeth and his turbulent journey from hero on the battlefield to shuddering, conscience-battered king is outstanding. Marion Cotillard is just as good as the venomous Lady Macbeth. »

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    «The indie movie’s title is Mexican slang for those with light skin, such as the middle-class protagonists featured. It's set in 1999, in Mexico City, when the students rebel against the university. It opens in the coastal city of Vera Cruz, as the light-skinned 13-year-old Tomás has dropped a water balloon from his rooftop onto the head of a passing stranger. His dark-skinned mom thereby sends the troubled kid to Mexico City to live with his more mature university student older brother Sombra. Sombra is a withdrawn scholar, who refuses to aid his fellow students in their demonstrations against the school administration. He lives in a filthy high-rise apartment with his roommate, Santos. Ana is the politically committed to the student cause radio DJ Tomás has a futile crush on, as he welcomes the protest movement with open arms to impress her. These three are all gueros and are curious about the legendary (fictional) Bob Dylan-like protest singer Epigmenio Cruz of the 1960s, who has mysteriously vanished. His music was soothing to Tomás as a child.The melodrama turns into a road movie, as during the student strike the foursome of Ana, the roommates and the brothers, drive aimlessly around at a leisurely pace hoping to track down the reclusive legend.»

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    « Fuyant la guerre civile au Sri Lanka, un ancien soldat, une jeune femme et une petite fille se font passer pour une famille. Réfugiés en France dans une cité sensible, se connaissant à peine, ils tentent de se construire un foyer. »

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    « Documentary about global warming and two regions united by a gloomily common destiny despite being 20,000km apart, isn’t the aggressive polemic you might have hoped for—but is, perhaps, all the better for it. Dividing his time equally between the inhabitants of Thule, Greenland, and those of Tuvalu in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, von Gunten accumulates two absorbing pictures of daily life, highlighting cultural similarities between the people residing in these appreciably contrasting paradises. »

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    « This film is an intense drama that tracks the story of the foot soldiers of the early feminist movement as they fought for the right to vote, women who were forced underground to pursue a dangerous game of cat and mouse with an increasingly brutal State. These women were not primarily from the genteel educated classes, they were working women who had seen peaceful protest achieve nothing. Radicalised and turning to violence as the only route to change, they were willing to lose everything in their fight for equality - their jobs, their homes, their children and their lives. Maud (Carey Mulligan) is one such foot soldier. The story of her fight for dignity is both heart-breaking and inspirational. »

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    "This documentary celebrates the remarkable life of Ethel Kennedy, the wife of Robert F. Kennedy, through a treasure trove of revealing and little-known anecdotes from those who know her best: her family. This personal portrait contains Ethel's first extended interview in more than 20 years. An official selection at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, the documentary highlights the remarkable life of the Kennedy matriarch, and the decades-long love story between Ethel, now 84, and her late husband."

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    "The documentary explores the life and work of Swedish cinematographer Sven Nykvist. Best known for his work with Ingmar Bergman, he photographed scenes with an expressive simplicity that ran counter to the technically slick lighting schemes that prevailed at the times, and helped create some of the most important films of modern cinema."

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    « A festival favourite with critics and audiences all over the world, A World Not Ours is an intimate, humorous portrait of three generations in exile in the refugee camp of Ein el-Helweh in southern Lebanon. Based on a wealth of personal recordings, family archives, and historical footage, the film is a sensitive and illuminating study of belonging, friendship and family. Filmed over more than 20 years by multiple generations of director Mahdi Fleifel’s family, A World Not Ours is more than just a family portrait; it is an attempt to record what is being forgotten, and mark what should not be erased from collective memory. »

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