The sequel of the "Men in the city" movie which reunites all the characters.
An English teacher brings soccer to a German school in the 19th Century.
Documentary about the Bayerische Staatsopger (an opera house in Munich, Germany).
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Documentary feature about German actor Heinz Rühmann made shortly before his death in 1994.
“Kosher”, in a figurative sense, means “pure”. And in the Jewish kitchen, everything that is pure is certified as such by the kosher certificate of purity. In “Being Kosher”, Ruth Olshan applies this Jewish tradition of verifying the purity of things to her own Jewish family history. A tragicomic exploration of Jewish purity laws! From kosher food to ritual hygiene, sex by the book to the “not quite kosher” Jewish identity and family history of the filmmaker.
The former professional footballer Alex Brehm has taken care of his daughter Charlie since the accidental death of his wife. The girl suffers greatly from the loss of her beloved mother, but is an avid footballer and finds distraction from her grief, at least for a short while. Also, she is "completely the daddy" - until Alex learns one day after a blood test of his daughter that neither he nor his deceased wife Charlie's biological parents can be.
The lonely bank-employee Phillip follows a strict pattern of somewhat compulsive actions keeping his encounters with strangers to a minimum. When his home one day is robbed of all content and he later meets the enchanting blind cellist Lina, he finds, however, he needs to start improvising and taking chances.
Dumitru Stanciu is one of the last mountain shepherds of Europe. As his forefathers did for thousands of years, in summer as in winter he and his herd of sheep roam the far reaches of the Transylvanian Carpathian Mountains, close to the edge of heaven.
Ina Hofmann works in a toy factory. To welcome her egocentric new boss, she gift him a live fish, unaware that a mysterious man had cursed it. Her boss becomes small as a toy.