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Rediscovering a sacred bond: “Toni Erdmann” [2016 Germany, Romania]

Maren Ade’s oddball comedy “Toni Erdmann” is a uniquely German attempt at highlighting the need for reinforcing familial bonds even while pursuing hectic lifestyles and careers. The film wryly focuses on a father-daughter relationship weathering changes in their individual … Continue reading

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Sandra Hüller in “Über uns das All” [2011, Germany]

Young German director Jan Schomburg’s mystery drama, “Über uns das All” [Eng. title: Above us Only Sky] is a surprisingly delightful piece of cinema. Surprising because I’ve never heard of the director – I picked it up only because … Continue reading

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