Category Archives: Roland Reber

Marina Anna Eich & co in “24/7 The passion of Life” [2005, Germany]

Continuing Roland Reber’s filmography, his 2005 drama “24/7 The Passion of Life” uses BDSM and swinging themes to propagate his theories on sexuality and meaning of life.
The film, if anything is educational. Unlike the clichéd view of what we … Continue reading

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Marina Anna Eich in “The Dark Side of Our Inner Space” [2003 Germany]

Roland Reber‘s 2003 drama, “The Dark Side of Our Inner Space”, is an interesting exploration of human nature in unnatural surroundings. Much like the Canadian classic, “Cube”, it explores darker human instincts like selfishness, fickleness and desire, although in … Continue reading

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Mira Gittner in “Das Zimmer” [2000 Germany]

Roland Reber is an interesting director in that he expects and actively encourages creative input from his cast to help shape a film around a theme. While this approach of ‘workshopping’ is more common in theatre, it is unusual … Continue reading

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