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(1283) 6.5 102 min 2017

Es war einmal in Deutschland... is a movie starring Moritz Bleibtreu, Antje Traue, and Tim Seyfi. David Berman and his friends, all Holocaust survivors, have only one purpose: to go to America as soon as possible. For this they need...

Moritz Bleibtreu, Antje Traue, Mark Ivanir, Tim Seyfi
Drama, War, Comedy
Sam Garbarski

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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, War, Comedy
Director Sam Garbarski
Writer Michel Bergmann, Sam Garbarski, Michel Bergmann
Stars Moritz Bleibtreu, Antje Traue, Mark Ivanir, Tim Seyfi
Country Luxembourg, France, Belgium, Germany
Also Known As Elveda Almanya, Volt egyszer egy Németország, Det var en gång i Tyskland..., Bye Bye Germany, Es war einmal in Deutschland, Bye Bye Alemanha, Lehitraot Germania, Farvel til Tyskland
Runtime 1H 42M
Description David Berman and his friends, all Holocaust survivors, have only one purpose: to go to America as soon as possible. For this they need money. Close to his aim, David is not only deprived of his savings but also overtaken by his shady past.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 11 Aug 2020 15:19

This is one of the most intense films I've ever seen. It is a testament to director Sebastian Schipper's ability to convey the intensity of war through his eyes. I believe that he could have done much more with this material, and the material was too limited, but he does a wonderful job of taking a simple premise and bringing it to life. The film takes place during World War II in Europe, and focuses on two brothers who are forced to hide out in the woods while their father and mother are executed. One brother, Leopold, is a skilled musician, while the other, Hans, is a mercenary who takes on assignments for the Nazis. The two brothers are quite different, but they share the same purpose. When they first arrive in the woods, Leopold is immediately attracted to the beautiful blonde, Flora. They soon become close friends, but their relationship is not always a happy one. One day, while hiding out, Hans is taken prisoner by the Germans. Leopold is determined to escape, but his father and mother are not so willing to let him go. The next day, Hans, along with a few others, escape from the camp. They find the shelter of a village, but the Germans surround the village and kill everyone. They then hide out in a nearby river, and survive on fish and berries. This is the second film from Schipper that I have seen, and I really liked this film. It is an emotional film that is very well-made. I don't think it is the best film Schipper has made, but it is a very good film nonetheless.
Friday, 10 Jul 2020 20:08

The War That Ended WWII was a German movie from 2009. It is set in the near future where a war between Germany and the USSR has been ended and the world is now ruled by the United Nations. In an attempt to free up resources, the German government turns to an unconventional strategy - namely, using the knowledge of Nazi Germany's scientists. A Nazi scientist named Jonas (Hanns Henzler) has discovered a way to make a super soldier. He wants to create a new breed of super soldier for the Nazi army. However, he is also working on a plan to create a super-peaceful machine that will allow him to create a new super-soldier. He wants to create a machine that will make the world a safer place. Jonas believes that he is doing the right thing, but he is still considered a Nazi and the super-soldier he is working on is classified. There are many parallels between this movie and the other Nazi super-soldier movies that I've seen. The movie has many similarities to the first "The Matrix" movie and many other movies. In fact, the main character is similar to the main character in "The Matrix". Also, the main character's friends and family are similar to the main characters in "The Matrix". I think the movie is pretty good. I thought the acting was pretty good and the story was pretty good. I liked the way the movie was set up. I thought the ending was pretty good. I think the movie has a good message. It is basically a movie that shows that the world would be a safer place if people didn't use violence and aggression to get what they want. It is also a movie that shows that people are still able to come together to help each other. I recommend this movie.
Tuesday, 02 Jun 2020 08:55

The famous German actress, Janusz Kaminski, as Palta, one of the most famous actors in Germany in the 1970s, is portrayed by the very different Jean-Pierre Cassel in this film "Deutschland schafft sich das Welt." This is a great film for the general audience. It is not just about the "welt" (nation), but about the "war" itself, in a way, but not the whole "welt" as it was in "deutschland schafft sich das Welt." The war is only the background for the main story of the film, and for the purpose of this film, it is quite important to have a background for the war, and the war in general. The main character is Palta, the woman who wants to be an actress. Palta, as the film says, "is the embodiment of everything that is German." And it is important to have a woman who is willing to be a part of that whole, and to go along with it, to be an actress in the German movie industry, to be a part of the German nation. The film is quite a comedy, and not so serious, but it is still a very important film. Jean-Pierre Cassel is very good as the main character. There is some symbolism of the war in the film, but it is not really a point of the film. It is not that important. It is just a minor part of the film. The film is quite interesting, and has a lot of great lines. There are some good moments, especially when the main character is on the stage, and then she has to act in the war. The cinematography is good, and the music is also good. I give this film an 8 out of 10. It is a great film for the general audience, and also for the German people.
Tuesday, 28 Apr 2020 03:51

It is rare to find a film where a director has the courage to make his own picture and then tell it like it is. It is also rarer to find a film that is completely different from the one the director had in mind. It is not always easy to find such a film. Some directors just don't want to put anything in their pictures. Others do. Some just don't want to show anything. One man has done it and that man is Werner Herzog. Herzog makes a very effective picture. I saw it on a large screen and I was amazed. The story is not complicated and is not filled with action. It is very simple. It is the story of a father who is not sure what to do with his son and a family that is very badly off. There are moments in the film where it is hard to understand what is happening. The story is told in a very slow and uninteresting way. I found it difficult to understand the story. The father, Gebhard, is a very good and convincing actor. He was perfect for this role. His acting is very realistic and it is easy to understand why he is the way he is. He doesn't have to do much and the viewer can just follow him. The mother, Freya, is also a very good actress and she does a very good job at conveying her character. I don't want to give too much away. But, I will say this: This film is very different from the usual movies we see on the screen. The picture is dark and cold. It is very sad and it makes the viewer feel very bad for the people around him. I was very moved and the film moved me. It is a very powerful picture. I would recommend this film to anyone. It is a very good film.

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