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(1536) 6.3 96 min 2017

Der Mann aus dem Eis is a movie starring Jürgen Vogel, André Hennicke, and Susanne Wuest. The Ötztal Alps, more than 5300 years ago. A Neolithic clan has settled near a creek. It is their leader Kelab's responsibility to be the...

Starring
André Hennicke, Jürgen Vogel, Susanne Wuest, Sabin Tambrea
Genres
Drama
Director
Felix Randau

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Felix Randau
Writer Felix Randau
Stars André Hennicke, Jürgen Vogel, Susanne Wuest, Sabin Tambrea
Country Italy, Germany, Austria
Also Known As Ötzi, l'homme des glaces, El hombre que salió del hielo, Otzi, l'ultimo cacciatore, Ötzi, el hombre del hielo, Człowiek z lodu, Omul de gheaţă, 5300 évvel ezelőtt, Iceman
Runtime 1H 36M
Description The Ötztal Alps, more than 5300 years ago. A Neolithic clan has settled near a creek. It is their leader Kelab's responsibility to be the keeper of the group's holy shrine Tineka. While Kelab is hunting, the settlement is attacked.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 02 Sep 2020 13:43

If this was a student film, it would be a masterpiece. However, it is not. I went into this movie with no expectations, but left with a bad taste in my mouth. The characters, while beautifully shot, lacked depth, and I didn't care about them at all. They were one dimensional caricatures of humans and as such they all got on my nerves. The dialogue was wooden and overly dramatic. The actors all had good chemistry, but it was very underwhelming. This movie was as frustrating as a music video. The soundtrack was very overused, and seemed to have no place in this movie. The music seemed like it was played to a jukebox, rather than to the screen. This movie would be perfect for a very young child, but I would not recommend it for anyone under the age of ten. It is difficult to separate these two movies. I could not determine if the characters were supposed to be more realistic or less realistic. The "real" characters were very boring, and the "fictional" characters were very unrealistic. The story itself was a little interesting, but there were a lot of holes in the plot. It seemed as though the writers were trying to make the movie more "realistic". However, I am not sure why they did this. I don't know if this was meant to be realistic, but it failed to connect with me. This movie is too confusing to watch. There are many great movies, and this one is just not one of them. If I had any other way to waste my time, I would have watched "Up". But I don't, so I am forced to stick with this mediocre film.
Thursday, 27 Aug 2020 16:30

The second of two Werner Herzog's films, "Eis und Dasein" or "Equality and Demise" or "Emanations" is a social drama about a young couple (Hans and Julia) whose marriage is in ruins. What's worse is that they have a baby together. The film starts out with a young woman (Angela) who has just been married to a young man (Werner). He seems to be quite happy with her but Angela really doesn't seem to like him. The wife and mother complains about the work that Werner does and complains that the husband takes all the money. The husband finally changes his mind and they start a family. A few years later, the husband finds out that the wife is pregnant and decides to dump the mother. When the child is born, Angela takes the baby away from the mother. While the baby is in the mother's care, the wife finds out that the baby is a girl. She takes her to the hospital but finds out that the baby is the child of her husband and the child of Werner. Werner now feels guilt about his wife and child and feels that he has to keep his wife happy. He then becomes a full-fledged Nazi, becomes a master hunter of German Jews and also adopts a young boy from the camp. This changes his life in a very negative way and he has to destroy everything in his family in order to be happy again. The film is very serious and very powerful. It doesn't really leave a lot of room for a happy ending but there is a very good message in the end. The film is well acted by all involved and the cinematography is beautiful and the music score is very good. The problem with this film is that it's not very interesting or interesting in a cinematic way. It's a very deep film that is very good but it's not very interesting to watch. I think that this is because the subject of the film is very interesting but the story is not very interesting either. There is one aspect of the film that I liked very much and that is the very beautiful cinematography by Hugo Riefenstahl. There are also some very powerful scenes in the film. I give "Eis und Dasein" an 8/10.
Thursday, 30 Jul 2020 06:56

The director of this film has a tremendous gift for telling such a complex story in a straightforward manner. His refusal to make excuses for the characters makes for some of the most compelling scenes in film. There is an interesting dichotomy that is revealed in the film. The protagonist is a member of the same family that once held the upper hand, but over the course of the film the family's power dwindles and their insecurities intensify. While the family is struggling to maintain its place as the dominant family, the characters are struggling to stay one step ahead of the family. The plot is quite unpredictable and full of twists. The acting is terrific throughout, but the performances of the children are especially noteworthy. Both Kiefer Sutherland and Melissa Leo are spectacular in their roles. The children in the film are portrayed as a whole and unlike the typical children's movies, the focus is on the actors and the story of the movie rather than the children. The children are very believable in their roles. The movie also has a great message about the power of family and how it can influence a person in the most dangerous of times. Although the film is a well made movie, it is not for everyone. The movie is rather complex and does not always make sense and in some cases it is difficult to understand what is happening. The end of the movie makes no sense at all and will leave some people confused and upset. Although the film is not for the weak of heart, the message is very strong. Despite the fact that there are some sex scenes, I found the sex scenes to be tastefully done and had a very erotic effect on me. The only sexual scenes that I did not enjoy were the ones that were shot in the nude. I will definitely watch this movie again and would recommend it to anyone who wants to see a good story with great acting and powerful acting.
Saturday, 13 Jun 2020 01:09

The movie is a collage of images that are probably more closely linked than ever before, but in a very ordinary way. The actor is carefully chosen, the dialogue natural and the music much more suited to the time and place than to the song. The concept is not original, but the way it is told is not. There are two important images in the film. The first is a very low-key but great street scene in the southern German city of Frankfurt where a group of old people gather in a marketplace to celebrate the birth of the sun. Then the movie turns on the street and its traffic and looks at the old people's faces. They look with tired eyes, confused by what they are seeing, and one of them says, "This is my father". The faces of the people in the street are like the faces of a family, each of them having their own story and a story to tell. This story is much deeper and more moving than the life of the old people in the street, for the women and for the men. The second image is the big central image in the movie. It is the image of the old man in the market who sees his granddaughter with her family and then sees his own family, his grandson, and his grandson's family. The image is one of the most powerful in the movie, because it is at the center of the action. It is the image of a man who cannot be pushed away and who cannot accept his fate, and who is not one who has anything to lose and can take the lead. He is in the center of the action, and if one sees it as a dream or as a hallucination it is a very powerful image. This image is not new and it was probably one of the first images that the author of this movie has chosen. It is a powerful image because it is new, it is not used in a conventional way and it is not a hallucination. The author of the movie does not want us to see it as a hallucination, and he wants us to see it as a new image. The main issue in the movie is that the old man and the old woman have been waiting for their granddaughter, and they are waiting for it to arrive. But they do not want to wait, they do not want to be alone. So they have created an image that is both powerful and beautiful, and this image is not just for the sake of the old people, but for the sake of their granddaughter, for her to see her parents again. It is a very beautiful and powerful image because it is so simple and so powerful. It is not just a metaphor, but it is not just an image. The imagery is so rich that it can be seen more than once, so the movie is also very rich in the images. The scenes of the old people are very much the images of their lives, they are memories of their lives, and they are images of the old people. The first scene is a great scene, it is simple, beautiful and powerful. The second is a beautiful scene. It is simple, but it is also very powerful and very


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