This movie portrays the drug scene in Berlin in the 70s, following tape recordings of Christiane F. 14 years old Christiane lives with her mother and little sister in a typical multi-storey apartment building in Berlin. She's fascinated by the 'Sound', a new disco with most modern equipment. Although she's legally too young, she asks a friend to take her. There she meets Detlef, who's in a clique where everybody's on drugs. Step by step she gets drawn deeper into the scene.
- Category:Drama, Biography
- Stars:Eberhard Auriga, Natja Brunckhorst, Peggy Bussieck, Lothar Chamski, Rainer Woelk, Uwe Diderich, Jan Georg Effler, Ellen Esser, Andreas Fuhrmann, Thomas Haustein, Lutz Hemmerling, Daniela Jaeger, Bernhard Janson, Jens Kuphal, Christiane Lechle,
- Country:West Germany
- Director:Uli Edel,
- Writer:Uli Edel (additional writer), Kai Hermann (book), Horst Rieck (book), Herman Weigel
In 1970s Berlin, aimless 14-year-old Christiane (Natja Brunckhorst) who lives with her single mother falls in with a drug dealer (Thomas Haustein). Step by step she gets drawn deeper into the scene. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Christiane F. torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Rating 5 out 5 - A must watch for anyone who reads trashy magazines or interested in celebrity culture. A VERY balanced look into the world celebrity and interview both celebrities like Sarah Jessica Parker, Kid Rock & Jennifer Lopez on their opinions and the actual paparazzi view... a must watch for everyone!
(gb) wrote: Disappointing. Of course whenever Donnie is fighting is the best part of the film, but it doesn't happen often and in-between fight is a jumbled storyline. I was also not a fan of the way this was stylized.
(de) wrote: irritating to the bone, 88-too-long-minutes of painful "reality" tv in the cinema, with a prying indecisive director who won't go away. If you like this genre, you'd be much better off with "20 dates"
(us) wrote: Full of action, comedy, and romance!!
(de) wrote: This is the most entertaining screwed-up family film of all time, all thanks to Danny Boyle's unconventional style.
(ag) wrote: Didn't fully understand what was going on at times, but the art and animation was fantastic.
(ru) wrote: His future was uncertain. His every move was being watched.Very Good Film! One of Charlie Kaufman's more overlooked and underrated screenplays, 'Confessions of a Dangerous Mind' may have been something of a departure from the high-concept experimentalism that made his previous brainchildren, 'Being John Malkovich' and 'Adaptation' (a masterpiece and a near-masterpiece, respectively) such striking breaths of fresh air, but on no account should its ability to engage and entertain on those strengths of its own be underestimated. Taking a well-earned break from the surreal situations and the complex plotting, Kaufman turned his attention here to a much more straightforward yarn that was better grounded in reality; the twist there being that it was based on a story that, while allegedly true, just as likely never happened. 'Confessions' though is willing to give Chuck Barris the benefit of the doubt in regards to his dubious claims to have been a secret assassin for the CIA in the midst of his days as a game show host, giving life to such controversial classic as 'the Gong Show' and 'the Dating Game' while taking it from a range of human targets around the globe. It sits back and lets the scenario unfold without question - and does so with such considerable spirit and vigour that it's hard not to get lured in and pulled along for the ride. Regardless of whether the real-life Barris truly did have some incredible adventures within his time, or simply an overly-active imagination, this movie translates it into one heck of an enjoyable romp - slick, stylish and entrancing on the surface, and with a bracingly poignant and sobering tale lurking underneath. It's not an innovative, far-out, one-of-a-kind experience (a la 'Being John Malkovich'). But it's an entertaining, well-made and entirely satisfying flick with one particularly brilliant stand-out performance, and that's more than enough to do the job. Kaufman can probably pen avant-garde better than anybody else today, but 'Confessions of a Dangerous Mind' goes to prove that, when in the right company, he can write 'normal' just as impressively.Television made him famous, but his biggest hits happened off screen. "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind" is the story of a legendary showman's double life - television producer by day, CIA assassin by night. At the height of his TV career, Chuck Barris was recruited by the CIA and trained to become a covert operative. Or so Barris said.
(br) wrote: No special 'bout this one but hopefully Michael Jai White will be in Expendables 4 :)