Johanka (Tereza Voriskova) spends all of her time in her café Laputa. Men come here leave again. Miki, a poet, leaves for Turkey with Johanka's sister; Johanka's old flame Felix returns ... See full summary »
Germany 1939. Hans and Lene marry the day before the war breaks out, and Hans is sent to the Eastern front. During a bombing raid their daughter Anna is born. The house is destroyed and ... See full summary »
Doctors say that Veronika, a woman in her 20s, is schizophrenic. She is compliant, which makes her an easy target for men. She's religious, believing she is God's favorite child; she ... See full summary »
Nguyen Chi Danh,
Karl Heinz Reimann
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Ursula von Berg
On a journey to find the cure for a Tatarigami's curse, Ashitaka finds himself in the middle of a war between the forest gods and Tatara, a mining colony. In this quest he also meets San, the Mononoke Hime.
After watching this mediocre German melodrama I was surprised about the high ratings and the comments until it came to my mind that most voters and both comments may have mistaken this database entry for the superb Hayao Miyazaki animation film Tenkû no shiro Rapyuta / Laputa: The Flying Island. But the German film described here does not deserve any attention at all, it's just terribly boring. So if you are interested in a very slow paced story about the end of a relationship between a french architect and a Polish photographer set in still divided Berlin in the 1980ies, accompanied by a reading from "Gulliver's Travels", watch it, but don't say you have not been warned!
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