Die Konferenz

Die Konferenz

After Victor, 19 years old, is accused of raping a 17-year-old girl, his teachers -under the direction of principal Cornelia Cordes- have to decide whether he should be suspended or not. ...

After Victor, 19 years old, is accused of raping a 17-year-old girl, his teachers -under the direction of principal Cornelia Cordes- have to decide whether he should be suspended or not. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Christian C (br) wrote: Interesting perspective of reality

Ruth L (es) wrote: I just looked at the cover and said heck no.

jamie m (ca) wrote: this was one of my fav movies i cant find it on dvd =/

Ryan K (gb) wrote: In a surprisingly strong film, Anne Ramsay is able to give her finest performance.

Tim F (jp) wrote: Nice episodic character study from Altman. Nice to see a 'gambling' movie that ends realistically.

Andrew W (ru) wrote: Funny only because it's just that bad.

Thomas P (jp) wrote: the best Creature feature movie evermade its just like ghostbusters but with one spider instead of loads of ghosts

Byron B (us) wrote: In the early 1940s "Uncle" Bill Williamson (Robinson) is sitting with some neighborhood kids in Hollywood when a theatre magazine arrives celebrating 25 years of African American music. Bill was present for all of it, so we flashback to him as a soldier returning from WWI and get a glimpse of the changing landscape of music for black performers over the previous quarter-century. Bill, his buddy Gabe (Dooley Wilson), and Selina, the girl he wants to make a life with (Lena Horne), carry the show exceptionally. Fats Waller, Cab Calloway, and The Nicholas Brothers give signature performances as well. Some songs and dances like the Cakewalk and the African jungle number show the inherent racism in show-business of that era even though no white characters appear to put up obstacles to these black characters achieving success. This movie treats us to two especially unique experiences. First, The Shadracks was a vaudeville comic duo who do a routine around a broke down jalopy. They demonstrate that even African American performers wore blackface as a mask that was acceptable to white audiences. Second, Katherine Dunham and Her Troupe do a balletic routine as a bridge in Lena Horne's performance of the title song Stormy Weather. This reminded me of Gene Kelly's balletic breaks in films from ten years later, and made me wonder if this could be the origin. I have not seen Cabin in the Sky yet from this same year. Were there other films from this time period that had fantasy dance numbers like this, or is this in fact the inspiration for those later movies that were beloved by the Academy? Great entertainment with rare opportunities to see black stars of this era own the screen.

intuciic (au) wrote: all of us have our dark side, but if we waken it up too much then we can loose track whats good and bad, we can start live in world which is not real and where things we do have no consequences.