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(3576) 6.9 125 min 2018

In den Gängen is a movie starring Andreas Leupold, Franz Rogowski, and Peter Kurth. Christian begins to work as a shelf stacker at a supermarket and finds himself in a new, unknown world: the long aisles, the bustle at the...

Starring
Franz Rogowski, Steffen Scheumann, Peter Kurth, Andreas Leupold
Genres
Drama
Director
Thomas Stuber

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Thomas Stuber
Writer Clemens Meyer, Clemens Meyer, Thomas Stuber
Stars Franz Rogowski, Steffen Scheumann, Peter Kurth, Andreas Leupold
Country Germany
Also Known As En los pasillos, Στους διαδρόμους, Printre rafturi, In the Aisles, Muhtemel Aşk, A la vuelta de la esquina, Un valzer tra gli scaffali, Une valse dans les allées, 希望の灯り, Walc w alejkach
Runtime 2H 5M
Description After the shy and reclusive Christian loses his job, he starts to work for a wholesale market. Bruno from the Beverage aisle takes him under his wing and quickly becomes a fatherly friend to him. He shows him the ropes and patiently teaches him how to operate the fork lift. In the aisles he meets "Sweets"-Marion. He is instantly smitten by her mysterious charm. The coffee machine becomes their regular meeting point and the two start to get to know each other. But Marion is married and Christian's feelings for her seem to remain unrequited, especially when Marion does not return to work one day. Christian slowly becomes a member of the wholesale market family and his days of driving fork lifts and stacking shelves mean much more to him than meets the eye.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 08 Sep 2020 09:31

It's impossible to explain the quality of this film. I suppose if I can be objective about it, it is simply because I thought it was a complete waste of time, but that doesn't really make it any better. The story revolves around a young girl named Anna and her mother, who are still living in the family house that they had when they were children. She is a romantic who falls in love with a younger man, then her mother ends up taking her with them on a trip. The journey is done in a way that is very ironic, but also very genuine. The story is very emotional and emotional can only be produced through realism. The main character Anna is very clever and very original in the way she presents her story. There is nothing unbelievable or fake in this film, which is why it really stands out. I had a difficult time trying to relate to the characters. Their thoughts were very real, and if this film had been filmed on some remote island in a cold weather, they would not have been as real as they are. The music also played an important role. I have not heard this kind of music in many movies, but I think it was very good and complemented the story perfectly. The way the music was used and how the song "Ode to Joy" came to be a part of the soundtrack was brilliant. The cinematography was very well done and every scene seemed to have been carefully put together, as if everything had been carefully planned out. Overall, I can't really recommend this film, because there is nothing that makes it worth the time it takes to watch it. It is simply a waste of time and a failure to make you feel like you have seen something that is really worth watching.
Wednesday, 02 Sep 2020 12:18

I saw the film last night, and it was very strange. It's a "Nordic" movie, and what you would expect from such a film is lots of "Nordic" stereotypes, and when you see "Nordic" stereotypes like Finns, you can also expect "Nordic" stereotypes like housewives, close-knit families, small-town life, etc. That is, until the very end. Then I realized that, since I also belong to "Nordic" culture, I understand the film quite well, which makes the movie even more appealing. The main character, a little girl, is a bit more realistic than the average Norwegian movie heroine. We can see that she feels pain, and her father and brothers are a bit more stubborn than we can expect from their stereotypical Norwegian roles. The actors are all extremely convincing, and there are some very subtle, beautiful, and touching scenes that will make you feel something. There are some great set-pieces, which I won't give away. I just want to point out the scene with the family dog. In this scene the father is walking around the house in front of the house, and he suddenly turns to look at the dog. And we see that he's a bit obsessed with it. I thought this was one of the most touching scenes I've ever seen in a movie. You'll see what I mean when you see it. The scene with the girl, whose mother just broke down, is also touching, and I can understand why so many people in the theater were in tears. I have never cried in a movie, and I had no idea why I was crying. If you are able to get over your emotional attachment to stereotypes, this film will make you feel something.
Monday, 03 Aug 2020 00:24

Just because it's a foreign film, it doesn't mean that the film itself isn't worth a look. And that's what makes "Somewhere In Time" so good. While the film itself is slow to get going, it's more than just that, because it contains so much more. Let's start with the people. Harry Dean Stanton's voice is amazing, and is given the attention and focus that he deserves. He really seems to embody both the duality and the beauty that has been so hard to achieve on film. This is more than just the case with his voice, it's the manner in which he breathes. It's a simple yet powerful impression that communicates the mystery of the main character, and it's a wonderful idea for the film. Peter Coyote as his younger self is a very subtle performance, but it is effective and stands out as one of the better performances of the movie. Not the best, but certainly the most effective. The acting is so good, that it leaves you thinking. From his quiet demeanor to his power and confidence, to his difficulty to maintain his own voice, his abilities are not only impressive, they are believable. The few times that they overact (such as the guitar solos), it leaves you questioning, but the emotion is so genuine, it makes you wonder how they could possibly be so unbelievable. The movie does have it's faults, and while they don't hinder the film as a whole, they do detract from the acting, but the film's faults are very minor. The ending is simply great, as it's set in a perfect and unreal world. It gives you everything that you could possibly ask for. The film is very slow at times, and that's the only complaint I have. The film is done so well, that if it was anything less than perfect, it wouldn't even be worth a viewing, but it is flawless. "Somewhere In Time" is not for everyone. While it's a unique film in every sense, and there are some characters that may not appeal to everyone, there's no denying that it's a film that will resonate with anyone. Not for the plot, but for the outstanding acting and an overall great idea that may be a little on the boring side, but is worth every bit of your time. 8/10.
Wednesday, 15 Jul 2020 04:12

i came across this movie for free after buying a game for my Playstation. (although i played the game first, you'll know what i'm talking about if you've ever played the game). The movie revolves around a child. Now, why is it a child? Because of the message he conveys, the main character in this movie is supposed to be a child and we see a little more of his life. (kind of like Game of Thrones, the characters are supposed to be little children and this message is supposed to have a little more meaning than "d.o.d.") But i'm afraid the message is rather weak and this movie is not really the reason i decided to see this movie. The reason I saw this movie is because it was in Dutch, but the movie was also available in English. The translation is awful (in my opinion) but not in the movie itself. Although i understand why this movie was translated. The movie focuses on the life of a little child and the struggles of his parents. The movie is very serious and sometimes I wanted to stop watching it because the whole movie is so slow. But the story is good and the acting is good. The little girl is a good actor (you'll know what I mean if you've played the game), although she's not the main character (if you haven't played the game, this isn't really a big difference). The storyline is good, but it's not a good storyline. It's like a movie made up from different parts and separated into parts. It doesn't flow well (the movie is a bit long). There are more plots and characters in this movie than in any other movie. This is my first review here, but I'm going to try to be very fair and not give out my personal opinion here. I would have rated this movie a higher if it was in English. It's about as good in English as it is in Dutch. The movie would have been a 9.5 in English. There are lots of movies out there that are not made in English. The movie is not bad, it's just not good. If you want to see a good movie, see Limitless, which is in English. If you want to see a good movie, see Limitless, which is in Dutch. The story, the acting, the script and everything else is good in both languages. I would not give this movie a 6 or a 7, it's a 9.5 in Dutch, but it's really not a good movie, just watch it if you want a good movie. Go see more than one movie, because this one is only about 2 hours long. You could do a lot worse.
Wednesday, 08 Jul 2020 21:28

An intense psychological study of a woman who, like many others of her generation, sees herself as a victim of social norms and injustice. Her stories range from the mundane to the surreal, and they constantly pull the audience in as we follow the women through their personal struggles. In a process that feels like a series of scenes but is actually a series of silent minutes, we begin to understand the mind of this young woman and how her life is affected by her violent mother and her older sister's isolation and the love her older sister has for her. With her going to court after she has been accused of shoplifting, her mother sends her to live with her sister who had a breakdown after her mother's death. Her sister is so traumatised she can't express herself, and the long distance with her family keeps the women isolated, and almost does them in. The isolation of this woman is also a result of the lengths her mother goes to in order to keep her child. She keeps her child with her in a body bag to keep her from hurting her. She sends her mother's lover for her, makes a good deal of money and she even forces her sister to walk a mile in a row in front of the camera to get the attention of the police. The wife is very manipulative in her attempts to keep her son under control and always blames the mother and tries to get back at her by taking things away from her and putting her in her place. The film is very evocative and atmospheric, with the camera appearing in the backgrounds and seeming to move like it is real. There are also several dream sequences that all contribute to the main story. The small flashes of colour and sound that come through the cracks in the house and outside the windows are extremely memorable. The film ends with a sequence of archival footage that may seem unrealistic but is actually a very effective device to show how the film is actually composed. The performances are excellent. The actress who plays the sister, Jessica (Mina Ludwurm), is very strong and touching. Her performance is so strong it is often hard to believe the woman she plays is only nine years old. Her character is almost one of a kind and we can see how difficult it is to live in a world where every rule and order is in a total state of flux. Her scenes with her sister are brilliant. Annette Bening, who plays the mother, is also very good in her role, but is slightly overshadowed by Ludwurm. I would give this film an 8.5 out of 10, but my vote would be 8. The film won the German film award at the 2003 Berlin International Film Festival.
Thursday, 25 Jun 2020 22:29

The opening scene in a jail cell is eerie. There is the night breeze, this empty place is the place where the protagonist leaves the "other side" and is sent back to his youth. When he returns, he finds everything lost. The protagonist is of the third generation and is expected to make a journey to his childhood home. He doesn't speak the language but he knows the language of a first generation immigrant. The direction is superb. The camera is so close to the actors that you almost feel the ground under their feet. This is not a comedy, although I thought it was. I am a writer, but this movie was much more than that. The characters were very good. The kids were believable. I was trying to stay in my mind, but I knew that the parents were struggling, that they were trying to get by. It was very moving and moving to see the father actually saying goodbye to his son. I really like how the main protagonist stayed a little more with his son, because he loved him, he had lost everything, but he didn't want to lose him too. He wanted him to survive. He didn't want to lose the best of his life, but to be able to be proud of him. I am the person who would have the little boy go back with his mother to his home. I was so proud of the son, he had a great heart, and his mother was really in love with him. I was so glad that the father got to see that. It was sad, but very beautiful. The man who played the son was an actor, so he was chosen for the part. It was really cool to see him play the father. The mother was great. She was really proud of the boy, and the father. I was so happy when he found his son. I thought this was really good and he was really good at being this father who didn't want to lose his son. It was real sad to see how they were struggling. The mother had a lot of problems with her son, because she was too controlling. She was the one who really had problems with her son, and that was very sad to see. She wasn't the one who said she was leaving. It was really sad to see how they struggled. The father was so proud of his son, and he had an attitude, and the son did well with his performance. He was very successful, but he had problems with his mother. He was a great actor, so I was very proud of him. He was so proud of his son, and he was happy. There was a lot of themes in the movie, and a lot of problems. This was a good movie. It was real sad, but it was beautiful. I liked it. I recommend this movie to people who want to see a movie about true love. I was so happy when the son finally found his father, because I was so proud of him. He was the best, and that was so sad.


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