New Year’s Eve and three men make their way to a small town in the middle of Uruguay. César, a divorced taxi driver, is visiting his ex-wife’s new family to try and win back the love of his five-year-old daughter. Antonio, a magician, becomes stranded after breaking down on his way to a New Year’s gig and spends the night with Laura, a toll officer, on a motorway in the middle of nowhere. Folk singer Miguel is in prison, but receives a free pass to perform again in front of an audience.
UNA NOCHE SIN LUNA is a charming reflection on loneliness, love, missed chances and the passing of time – with a healthy dose of absurd humor.
CITIZENFOUR is a real life thriller, unfolding by the minute, giving audiences unprecedented access to filmmaker Laura Poitras and journalist Glenn Greenwald’s encounters with Edward Snowden in Hong Kong, as he hands over classified documents providing evidence of mass indiscriminate and illegal invasions of privacy by the National Security Agency (NSA).
Frank Schauder ist gleichzeitig Arzt und Patient. Als Patient kämpft er seit Jahren gegen eine immer wiederkehrende Depression, als Arzt will er diese ergründen.
Angelique is a 60-year-old bar hostess. She still likes to party, she still likes men. At night, she makes them drink, in a cabaret by the French-German border.
As time goes by, clients become rare. But Michel, her regular client, is still in love with her. One day, he asks Angelique to marry him.
An atheist, Iranian filmmaker Mehran Tamadon, managed to convince four mullahs, all believers in the Islamic Republic of Iran, to come and stay with him for two days and engage in discussion.
In this confined space, daily life is combined with debate, an unremitting demonstration of the problematic issue of how to live together, when each side’s understanding of the world is so contrary?
Can you drive a car in India if you’ve learned to do it in Germany? Or in Japan, having been taught in the USA? It’s surely entertaining to watch someone trying…
Mirela moves from Germany to India, Jake from the USA to Japan and Hye-Won from South Korea moves to Germany – all are forced to obtain a new local driver’s license. There’s more to it than driving on the right or left side of the road, some are using and-signals or clicking sounds….
A cultural comedy about people losing their way, finding other ways, and discover who they really are.