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Archive for the ‘Germany’ Category

(2004) Männer wie wir [Guys And Balls]
 
Directed by: Sherry Horman
Written by: Benedikt Gollhardt
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance, Sport
Rating: 6.4
Country: Germany
Language: German
Plot:

Cast:

Maximilian Brückner (Ecki), David Rott (Sven), Lisa Potthoff (Susanne (as Lisa Maria Potthoff)), Dietmar Bär (Vater Gerd), Saskia Vester (Mutter Renate), Judith Hoersch (Cordula (as Judith Delphine Hoersch)), Mirko Lang (Tobias), Carlo Ljubek (Udo), Tobias van Dieken (Bernhard), Hans Löw (Klaus), Rolf Zacher (Trainer Karl), Mariele Millowitsch (Wirtin Elke), Christian Berkel (Rudolf), Markus John (Tom), Charly Hübner (Horst ‘Hotte’)

(2002) Food of Love
 
Directed by: Ventura Pons
Written by: David Leavitt, Ventura Pons
Genre: Drama, Music
Rating: 6.5
Country: Spain, Germany
Language: English
Plot:

Paul, a handsome and talented music student is employed as the page-turner at one of the world famous pianist Kennington’s concerts in San Francisco. Not only is Paul diligent but also extremely attractive, a fact noticed by Kennington and his agent Mansourian, two men at the top of their chosen careers. Kennington and Paul meet again in Barcelona, where the boy is on holiday with his mother, Pamela, who is trying to get over her husband leaving her. Paul and Kennington fall in love but this has very different implications for both men. Kennington rushes back home escaping from commitment. Pamela, meanwhile, begins to recover her self-confidence but Paul is no longer a child. Back in the United States Paul learns that his musical career is not going to progress as desired; he simply is not talented enough. Paul and Pamela will learn through their living experience how to build a deeper relationship.

Cast:

Juliet Stevenson (Pamela Porterfield), Kevin Bishop (Paul Porterfield), Allan Corduner (Joseph Mansourian), Paul Rhys (Richard Kennington), Craig Hill (Izzy), Leslie Charles (Tushi), Pamela Field (Diane), Naím Thomas (Teddy (as Naïm Thomas)), Geraldine McEwan (Novotna), Mingo Ràfols (Waiter), Roger Coma (Receptionist), Pepa López (Gypsy), Mauricio Cruz (Hector (as Mauricio De La Cruz)), Manu Fullola (Hustler), Carlos Castañón (Alden)

(2009) Einayim Petukhoth [Eyes Wide Open]
 
Directed by: Haim Tabakman
Written by: Merav Doster
Genre: Drama
Rating: 7.3
Country: Israel, Germany, France
Language: Hebrew, Yiddish
Plot:

A married, Orthodox Jewish father of four falls in love with a twenty two year old male student.

Cast:

Zohar Shtrauss (Aaron Fleischman (as Zohar Strauss)), Ran Danker (Ezri), Tinkerbell (Rivka Fleischman), Tzahi Grad (Rabbi Vaisben), Isaac Sharry (Mordechai), Avi Grainik (Israel Fischer (as Avi Grayinik)), Eva Zrihen-Attali (Sara), Haim Zanati (Ultraorthodox Weirdo (as Haim Znati)), Mati Atlas (Ex-Boy Friend), Iftach Ophir (Head of Yeshiva Student in the Butchery (as Iftach Ofir)), Safrira Zachai (Fischer’s Mother (as Shafrira Zakai)), Lidor Daudi (Yakov), Tal Barak (David), Bar Kalfin (Shimon), Royi Zolicha (Nataniel)

(2002) Ein Leben lang kurze Hosen tragen [The Child I Never Was]
 
Directed by: Kai S. Pieck
Written by: Jürgen Bartsch, Paul Moor
Genre: Biography, Crime, Drama
Rating: 7.0
Country: Germany
Language: German
Plot:

Fictionalized account of Jürgen Bartsch, a German boy who became notorious in the 1960’s after his conviction for the serial killings and sexual molestation of a number of young German boys. Told partly as recreation and partly as taped confession.

Cast:

Tobias Schenke (Jürgen Bartsch, Older), Sebastian Urzendowsky (Jürgen Bartsch, Younger), Ulrike Bliefert (Gertrud Bartsch), Walter Gontermann (Gerhard Bartsch), Jürgen Christoph Kamcke (Father Seidlitz), Sebastian Rüger (Young Deacon), Stephan Szasz (Young Priest), Roland Riebeling (Chaplain Herles)

(2007) Death at a Funeral
 
Directed by: Frank Oz
Written by: Dean Craig
Genre: Comedy
Rating: 7.3
Country: USA, Germany, UK, Netherlands
Language: English
Plot:

Daniel is a decent young man, married to Jane, still living at his father’s home. When his father dies, it is up to him to organize his funeral. On this painful morning, the suitable grave expression on his face, Daniel is ready to welcome his father’s friends and relatives. But preserving the dignity inherent in such circumstances will be a hard task. Particularly with an undertaker who botches his work, the return from the USA of his famous but selfish brother, his cousin’s fiancé who has accidentally ingested drugs, the presence a moron who takes advantage of the sad event to win back the heart (or rather the body) of a woman who is about to marry another, of a handicapped old uncle who is also the most unbearable pain in the neck. To cap it all, Daniel notices the presence among the mourners of a mysterious dwarf nobody else seems to know…

Cast:

Matthew Macfadyen (Daniel (as Matthew MacFadyen)), Keeley Hawes (Jane), Andy Nyman (Howard), Ewen Bremner (Justin), Daisy Donovan (Martha), Alan Tudyk (Simon), Jane Asher (Sandra), Kris Marshall (Troy), Rupert Graves (Robert), Peter Vaughan (Uncle Alfie), Thomas Wheatley (The Reverend), Peter Egan (Victor), Peter Dinklage (Peter), Brendan O’Hea (Undertaker), Jeremy Booth (Mourner)

(2002) Boat Trip
 
Directed by: Mort Nathan
Written by: Mort Nathan, William Bigelow
Genre: Comedy
Rating: 4.7
Country: USA, Germany
Language: English, Swedish, Spanish
Plot:

Jerry and Nick are two best buddies whose love lives have hit rock bottom, Jerry’s especially, having just vomited all over his fiancé on a hot air balloon trip prior to proposing to her. To escape their troubles and find women, they book a trip on board a cruise-liner, unaware the travel agent has just played a horrid trick on them in retaliation for Nick offending his secret gay lover. And that’s the trick; it’s a gay cruise-liner for gay men to meet and mingle. Slowly but surely, the two main characters begin to realize this and in turn get into a lot of humorous predicaments.

Cast:

Cuba Gooding Jr. (Jerry Robinson), Horatio Sanz (Nick Ragoni), Roselyn Sanchez (Gabriella), Vivica A. Fox (Felicia), Maurice Godin (Hector), Roger Moore (Lloyd Faversham), Lin Shaye (Sonya the Coach), Victoria Silvstedt (Inga), Ken Hudson Campbell (Tom (as Ken Campbell)), Zen Gesner (Ron), William Bumiller (Steven), Noah York (Perry), Richard Roundtree (Felicia’s Dad), Bob Gunton (Boat Captain), Jennifer Gareis (Sheri)

(2009) All You Need is Love [Meine Schwiegertochter ist ein Mann]

Directed by: Edzard Onneken
Written by:   Kerstin Österlin, Jessica Schellack
Genre:           Comedy, Drama, Romance
Rating:         5.8
Country:       Germany
Language:     German

Plot:

Cast:
Saskia Vester (Katharina Remminger), Jürgen Tonkel (Christian Remminger), Jenny Elvers-Elbertzhagen (Vera Remminger), Andreas Helgi Schmid (Hans Remminger), Manuel Witting (Nickolas ‘Nicki’), Franziska Traub (Rosi), Johannes Herrschmann (Alois), Heide Ackermann (Pensionswirtin), Kerstin Dietrich (Andrea), Wolfgang Fischer (Moosleitner (as Wolfi Fischer)), Bernhard Huber (Herr Kratzer), Frederic Linkemann (Clemens), Thomas Meinhardt (Standesbeamter), Stefan Merki (Dr. Christian Rappel), Katharina Müller-Elmau (Gerhild Huber), Maverick Quek (Murasaki), Frank Röth (Pfarrer Schmidtbauer)


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