Germany in Autumn does not have a plot per se; it mixes documentary footage, along with standard movie scenes, to give the audience the mood of Germany during the late 1970s. The movie covers the two month time period during 1977 when a businessman was kidnapped, and later murdered, by the left-wing terrorists known as the RAF-Rote Armee Fraktion (Red Army Faction). The businessman had been kidnapped in an effort to secure the release of the orginal leaders of the RAF, also known as the Baader-Meinhof gang. When the kidnapping effort and a plane hijacking effort failed, the three most prominent leaders of the RAF, Andreas Baader, Gudrun Enslin, and Jean-Carl Raspe, all committed suicide in prison. It has become an article of faith within the left-wing community that these three were actually murdered by the state.
Writer:Alf Brustellin, Heinrich Böll, Hans Peter Cloos, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Alexander Kluge, Maximiliane Mainka, Edgar Reitz, Katja Rupé, Volker Schlön
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James S (es) wrote: Under funded and overly complex this obverse and rather obvious take on the exorcist theme fails pretty much on every level. It certainly isn't art and it certainly isn't entertaining. Somewhere in there, there is a story but even the director seems as confused as everybody as to what it is.
Justin B (es) wrote: I'm from Canada and they think I'm slow, eh?
Lauren P (it) wrote: eh. hated how it ended.
Christopher A (ru) wrote: Not a terrible film, but slow. Also the action set pieces are very well done and pay homage to Bruce Lee.
Jimmy L (kr) wrote: This movie did have it times where it made me laugh, but I do think is overall a below average movie. But I will watch when it is on regular TV.
Joel A (kr) wrote: A compelling documentary about the man who paved the way for the lethal injection in the United States of America.Despite his simple manner he has an aura of him that is rather unsettling...he seems to enjoy his work too much.The third act of the film focuses on his unhealthy support of a famous anti holocaust believer. It's a strange film but well worth a watch.
Aaron G (ru) wrote: Though it pulls its punches from MY FAVORITE NOVEL OF ALL TIME and streamlines the cast, Needful Things is not a terrible movie. It just commits the worst crime of all... it could've been better.
Garry G (kr) wrote: pretty hilarious -especially all the cockney london accents in what is supposed to be london but yeah christopher lee is always good value
Lucas Lima B (ag) wrote: Atuaes Excelentes De Clive Owen,Vincent Cassel E Jennifer Aniston.O Primeiro Ato Chocante,O Segundo Impressionante O Final Justo,Histria Muito Inteligente Um Roedor De Unhas
Scott J (gb) wrote: I guess it's better, but... no...
Ken S (br) wrote: Alfred Hitchcock's second Hollywood film is actually much more his style than "Rebecca" had been. It involves an American newspaper reporter going to Europe to cover a story, and getting indadvertedly involved with a Spy Ring. While I don't think it is technically as good as "Rebecca," I might have enjoyed it more. It just felt more like a Hitchcock picture with suspense and murder and some fairly effective moments like when a guy is SHOT in the FACE (more graphic than I am used to seeing in films of this time period), and the fantastic plane crash sequence, which is very impressive for it's day. I think Hitch was off an running at this point, most of his kinks worked out, he began to really make the kind of films he is now so recognized for.
Albertus A (it) wrote: Recycled plot, it has your typical "Male Hero" and you typical "Damsel in Distress", there was no suspense and I did not give a damn whether the hero was going to die or not. It was fun at times, but it was not most of the times. Ben Affleck remains inconsistent with this performances and choice of roles.