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(166) 7.0 97 min 2016

Interference is a movie starring Jürgen Prochnow, Leah O'Rourke, and Matthew Smiley. Two estranged American brothers meet in Saas-Fee, Switzerland to get to know one another. Cut off from distractions, their differences come to a...

Starring
Leah O'Rourke, Jürgen Prochnow, Matthew Smiley, Adrian Can
Genres
Comedy, Drama
Director
Christoph Lehmann

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Comedy, Drama
Director Christoph Lehmann
Writer Niles Maxwell
Stars Leah O'Rourke, Jürgen Prochnow, Matthew Smiley, Adrian Can
Country Switzerland, Germany
Also Known As Half Brothers
Runtime 1H 37M
Description Two estranged American brothers meet in Saas-Fee, Switzerland to get to know one another. Cut off from distractions, their differences come to a head, "interfering" in their relationships, revealing the reality behind their personas.

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Friday, 07 Aug 2020 22:08

If you like 'Al Pacino' movies, you'll love this one. It's got a few twists and turns, but it's mostly about Pacino's character trying to come to terms with a life of a drug-dealing mafia kingpin. What a lot of people don't know is that Pacino's character is a good guy. Not a good guy who does the wrong thing, but a good guy who makes the right decision when he has to. Pacino is probably one of the most intelligent actors around. He's shown in other films that he's one of the most intelligent men around. He is a good actor, but he doesn't have to be. He's a very funny actor, and this movie is a prime example of that. But it's also the first movie that he's acted in where he has to play the bad guy. Pacino is not a good guy. He does the right thing, but he's not the kind of person that does the right thing in the wrong way. In this movie, he's a character that's in a position to make the right decision. The movie also has some good performances by some other actors, but the main actors are great. Pacino has a good, intense, realistic performance as the bad guy. The rest of the performances are good, but I like Pacino's best. And I think he deserves it. He's very good. I'm not going to give away any spoilers, but I can tell you that this movie is worth watching. I don't know how this movie is getting bad reviews. I think it's probably because it's a gangster movie, but it's not. It's not a gangster movie that is trying to be a gangster movie. It's a gangster movie with a gangster plot. I think that people are just not liking this movie because they don't like gangster movies. I don't think the people who like this movie are the ones who hate gangster movies. I think that people who like this movie like gangster movies because they like the style of the movie. I think that gangster movies have a very unique style, and this movie is a prime example of that style. It's the movie that has the most unique, exciting, and interesting style. The movie has a lot of interesting scenes, and the style is also very different. I don't think this movie is bad. I think that people who are saying this movie is bad are just hating gangster movies. I think that this is a very good gangster movie. I think that this movie is very interesting and entertaining. This is a good gangster movie. This is the best gangster movie of the year. I think that it is a very good gangster movie. I like gangster movies. I like this movie a lot. It's a gangster movie that's worth watching. I think that it is one of the best gangster movies of the year.
Friday, 26 Jun 2020 06:17

Kurt (Ryan Reynolds) is a lonely, middle-aged guy who has a long-term girlfriend named April (Alia Shawkat) who loves him for who he is and not for his height. He has his own apartment in New York City, and his only friend is a blind woman named Maya (Jessica Biel) who works for a record company and has a three-year relationship with Kurt. His neighbor is the beautiful, eccentric, disabled mother of his ex-girlfriend April. Kurt is being treated for a severe case of cancer and his mother and his friend are making plans to move him to a hospice care unit. The hospice staff will care for him while he's in the hospital, but he won't be allowed to see April. The staff at the hospice is a really big fan of Kurt, but April is not so much. April is the daughter of a very wealthy man named Fred (Tommy Lee Jones) and her father is the mayor of New York. She's also the cousin of Kurt's ex-girlfriend April. The hospice's nurse, Dr. Elise (Kate Bosworth), has an affair with Fred. There's a really ugly scene in the hospice with April and April's parents, but it's important to know that the nurse's father was a real jerk. The hospice's chief nurse, Dr. Gere (Julianne Moore) is a lesbian. The hospice's chief nurse is a very selfish woman, and her daughter has a really ugly secret. In the end, all the staff are trying to be supportive of Kurt. They say that he should be allowed to see April. Kurt doesn't want to go to the hospice, but the staff and April convince him. The hospice nurse and the chief nurse are really mean to Kurt. It's like a short-term romantic comedy that's funny and romantic and a bit disturbing. I really liked the film, but it's not for everyone. The audience is supposed to be in love with Kurt, but the audience is not supposed to be like him. I thought it was okay, but I would have liked to see more drama with April and Kurt. I'm glad that Ryan Reynolds and Jessica Biel were in the film. They are perfect in their characters.


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