Heimatkunde

Heimatkunde

Former "Titanic" satire magazine editor Martin Sonneborn takes an undercover trip around Berlin and discovers the East-German mentality and what is left of the socialist German Democratic Republic.

Former "Titanic" satire magazine editor Martin Sonneborn takes an undercover trip around Berlin and discovers the East-German mentality and what is left of the socialist German Democratic Republic. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Wade H (us) wrote: A callback to the 80's fantasy classics. Purefoy is good as the titular role. The plot is watchable with decent fight scenes and creepy creature effects. The CGI is a cheesy, but gets the job done.

Private U (au) wrote: Really incredible. Reminiscent of some Svankmajer, but developed in many different ways. Great, great stuff. I love stop motion.

Bakh I (br) wrote: A wonderful comedy unlike the current trend of teenage-drinking-comingofage-americanpie wannabees.

Sarah A (es) wrote: German. Leftist activists seeking economic justice. At first their pranks with political/social messages are amusing, but get out of hand. Much depth.

Ben G (jp) wrote: I wonder if this movie is called Christmas With the Kranks because it makes you cranky. I didn't watch the whole movie, but it bugged me from what I saw.

Matt M (ru) wrote: Though largely ignored outside of Italy, this happens to be one of the best comedies starring Italian comedy's leading man Alberto Sordi. Here, he is a Marqauise who frequently rebels against the society half out of boredom. Sordi is in top shape and the comedy is not restricted to an Italian culture but accessible to other ones as well. Furthermore, the costumes and settings of this period comedy are great.

Lin A (jp) wrote: Quite probably my favourite Kurosawa picture (...so far)