Munich, 1955: A sports journalist meets Veronika Voss, an UFA actress who supposedly had an affair with Goebbels. Now declining, Voss is kept by her "kind" doctor, Dr. Katz, supplying her ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In Munich in 1955, sports reporter Robert Krohn gets to know attractive Veronika Voss, a former UFA-star. Robert is the lover of the enigmatic woman and tries to unravel the mystery of her life.
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Adam W (us) wrote: One of the dullest most boring films ever made.What did Richard do?Nothing really, nothing that warrants 1 and a half hours of slow melancholic drivel guaranteed to make you regret buying a DVD player.Its so dour and miserable, you are left feeling like "what I would do to Richard" if I ever got my hands on him.
Callie A (jp) wrote: woah, not as well made a film but puts the events in Catfish into perspective.
Matthew J (kr) wrote: A sad and graphic story about the physical, sexual, and familial frustrations of a young French girl.
Arseniy V (au) wrote: One of the most prominent themes in these films (the better versions anyway) is a perceived dichotomy between individuality and the nasty things humans do. I believe that this dichotomy is a falsehood. That the road away from "zombiedom" leads BOTH toward genuine expression of individuality AND toward greater control over our dark sides. But despite this disagreement between myself and the creator of this basic storyline, I still find the corresponding films to be very engrossing. Something about the slant through which these films can explore: the nature of sanity/insanity, what makes people we love who they are, character reactions to their world rapidly becoming and alien one, etc. Long story short: I've recently put myself through a little marathon of variations on this concept. Here is the list of films I've seen, in order of preference:1) Invasion Of The Body Snatchers 1978Oh what a difference well-detailed characters make to a film like this (or most any film for that matter). Great attention to detail in general and a solid filter for keeping the usual Hollywood BS out of it. This is the only version that manages to do that without fail.2) Body Snatchers 1993Rather good on the character detail side. Minimal BS. 3) The Invasion 2007Quite a bit of lip pouting and the like, but ultimately not an entirely wasted effort.4) Puppet Masters 1994Pretty damn useless.
Chris C (es) wrote: Def one of the weirdest films I've ever seen. I plan to try and watch a few more Jodorowsky's films.
Greg W (jp) wrote: good german expressionism
Kelly K (br) wrote: continuum transfunctioner