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Adventures of a mathematician

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Nicola’s friend: Desperate Stan. War rages in his native Europe, and he’s sitting in the desert of New Mexico, where he helps build the hydrogen bomb that’s supposed to secure peace, but only scares his pregnant wife. He argues with his colleagues about the purpose of the whole project and then there’s his little brother at Harvard, yeah, what’s he doing now? German director Thorsten Klein He depicts the life of Polish mathematician Stanisław Ulam based on his autobiography and focuses on personal relationships. In addition to the sovereign camera action and pointed dialogues, the emotional aspects of this autobiography, which are really worth watching, are overlooked.

axiom

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Annette Schevel: A young man of about 30, who works in the museum, is intelligent, confident on the outside. He tells his colleagues about the noble family tree and about a non-existent sailing yacht. Working group of scholarship in Japan. For his new girlfriend he is an architect. He constantly imposes fake identities or stolen anecdotes on himself. Johnson Johnson The silent drama is about a compulsive liar. A human being is as big as a void. Amusing at first, but completely intangible, character doesn’t get much closer to her in the end than she initially did among all the excuses and diversion maneuvers.

The best movie ever

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Philip Stadelmayer: Mariano Cons And the Gaston Dubrats Grotesque, where a narcissistic star director (Penélope Cruz) and two narcissistic actors (Antonio Banderas, Oscar Martinez) are supposed to shoot “The Best Movie Ever” (?), so sarcastic, so sad and empty that it has potential for the worst movie. This year: Welcome to the self-loathing state of an art form that was once all about creating memorable images.

My name is Violetta

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Eve GoldbachVioleta is only 11 years old, she was previously called Ignacio and she is a transgender girl. She and her family have known this for a long time. Her parents support her, but this is not normal. Violetta’s father asserts that he is more afraid of society. Other trans people appeared in the documentary by David Fernandez de Castro And the Mark Paramon Speak, a report of tragic fates. Bullying or difficulties finding work or prostitution is the only way out. Everything goes well during the interview, then the contract comes, and if you mention transgender, you will lose your job after a few days, as Evan describes, for example. A film about the fates that represent the fates of many transgender people.

human factor

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Suzanne Wahabzadeh: Jean (Mark Wachke) took the party advertising on the sidelines, and his wife, Nina (Sabine Timoteo), co-owner of the agency, disagrees. The two went to their vacation home in Belgium with their children to talk things through – but soon after they arrived there were people in the house, whom none other than Nina met. What happened who believed who? Dry Ronnie It tells a family story with a false bottom, with meticulously drawn characters and a bitter realization: love and solidarity are also a matter of perception.

Minions – In Search of the Little Boss

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Josef Grobel: They get stuck in an airplane toilet, bang planks on their heads and roll down the streets of San Francisco: The fun yellow bombs from Illumination Entertainment are wonderfully irreverent and childishly undisturbed in their second single, their humor is straightforward and ends almost without words. In the animated movie by Kyle Balda He goes to San Francisco in the 1970s, a young villain who wants to turn bad, an old villain discovers his kind side. And their minions are causing havoc and chaos, they’re gaga more than ever. You can find this dumb or fun, but you won’t find more ruthless comedy in this cinematic summer.

the princess

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Kathleen Hildebrand: Of course, hardly anyone knows the story of the shy young woman who became the most famous woman in the world through a fantasy wedding and a lot of suffering. Like the director of a documentary Ed Perkins Narrating the life of Lady Diana here, or rather: telling yourself it is still an interesting thing. He only compiles archive materials, only comments of contemporaries from old TV recordings are left to comment. Perkins uses only music and images to explain: when the deep marital crisis occurs between Diana and Charles, video footage of the autumn haunt can be seen somewhere in England. It’s dark and foggy and the rabbits are running away from the dogs in a panic.

Like in real life

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Fritz Goetler: It’s majestically located in the night port of Ouistreham, the car ferry, with its mysterious lighting. In the writer’s movie Emmanuel Carrier You’ll experience it from the not so captivating side, with the cleaning crew that must board the ship every time it moored, 230 cabins, every 4 minutes, beds, toilets, mirrors. Juliette Binoche is Marian Winkler, a writer who wants to research the site for the situation with the new rigid working conditions, Precaria. Carrier has surrounded her with nothing but no actresses who show incredible strength in their dignity, pride, disappointment, and humiliation. Friendships develop, love – and a fiery dream of belonging, to this world, to these women, forever.

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