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VarietyA young German woman learns the past is not as black-and-white as she thought in "The Dead and the Living," another offshoot from the I-don't-know-what-my-family-did-during-the-war tradition. Less eye-catching than Barbara Albert's previous work, this...
Tags: Barbara Albert, Movies, Nazi Party, Germany
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday April 24, 1998 Austrian filmmaker Reinhard Schwabenitzky's "Hannah" is a quirky, decidedly original political thriller that's as amusing as it is deadly serious. In the title role, Elfi Eschke is about as aggressive a heroine as you...
Tags: Toys, Toy Industry, Cinema Industry
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday November 3, 1995 Margarethe von Trotta's beautiful, stirring love story "The Promise" reveals, through the lives of one young couple, the profound impact the Berlin Wall had on all Germans, East and West alike. It is a splendid example of...
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