6. December 2007

Movie Review: Fido (Zombie Comedy)

Filmplakat zu Fido


Their neighbors all have at least one, some even several. Only the Robinsons don’t have one, yet. Somewhen, the social pressure becomes too much for Helen Robinson (Carrie-Anne Moss) and she finally buys a Zombie for her family to help in the household.

» read on!

Topics: cinemacomedymovieparodyreviewzombies

25. September 2006

No-Budget Movie Making in a Train

Zeiträume Opening Screen

Our last short movie, Zeiträume (German only… sorry), was shot to large parts in a train. As you can imagine, one can choose easier locations to shoot a movie.

For those of you, who plan a similar endeavor (and everyone else interested), I want to describe what we did to get Zeiträume shot.

» read on!

6. May 2006

Review: Elementarteilchen

Michael Djerzinski (Christian Ulmen) is more than introverted. He is a scientific genious, but apparently unable to enjoy life or at least laugh sometimes. When his canary dies, he instantly drops him into the trash without hesitation. Reasonable… what else should he do?

In contrast, his half-brother Bruno Klement (Moritz Bleibtreu) succumbs to the attraction of one of his female students, writes discriminating literature in his spare time and calms his baby with tranquilizers. After his approach to the student is dramatically rejected, he ultimately becomes a human wreck.

“Elementarteilchen” tells the story of those two brothers, their history and their relationships. Basically every character in this movie is mentally disordered. Everyone, really. This sickness is what makes the movie interesting.

Unfortunately Bruno’s story is so sick that watching those parts isn’t really entertaining, but painful. The rest of “Elementarteilchen” moves between beautiful, beautifully sick and boring. “Elementarteilchen” is not a movie that one must have seen, but you won’t regret it either…


Topics: cinemadramamoviereviewromance

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