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German Challenge (Official, September 2018)

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Post by RogerTheMovieManiac88 » September 29th, 2018, 9:48 am

35. 'Drei Kavaliere' / 1951, Joe Stöckel / 4 or 5/10
36. 'Sonntagsfahrer' / 1963, Gerhard Klein / 6.5 or 7/10
37. 'Die bitteren Tränen der Petra von Kant' / 1972, Rainer Werner Fassbinder / 8.5/10
38. 'John Glückstadt' / 1975, Ulf Miehe / 9/10
39. 'David' / 1979, Peter Lilienthal / 9/10
40. 'My Father Is Coming' / 1991, Monika Treut / 7/10

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Post by rnilsson19 » September 29th, 2018, 10:12 am

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1. Sylvester (Lupu Pick, 1924)
2. Der Kongreß tanzt (Erik Charell, 1931)
3. Kameradschaft (Georg Wilhelm Pabst, 1931)
4. Razzia in St. Pauli (Werner Hochbaum, 1932) - Light favourite.
5. Liebelei (Max Ophüls, 1933)
6. Wir machen Musik (Helmut Käutner, 1942) - Favourited.
7. Behindert (Stephen Dwoskin, 1974) - (l)
8. Sterne (Konrad Wolf, 1959)
9. Der lachende Mann - Bekenntnisse eines Mörders (Walter Heynowski/Gerhard Scheumann, 1966)
10. Romy - Portrait eines Gesichts (Hans-Jürgen Syberberg, 1967)
11. Summer in the City (Wim Wenders, 1970)
12. Fußball wie noch nie (Hellmuth Costard, 1971)
13. Die letzte Brücke (Helmut Käutner, 1954)
14. Der amerikanische Soldat (Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1970)
15. Der Fangschuß (Volker Schlöndorff, 1976) - Light favourite
16. Abendland (Fred Kelemen, 1999) - Favourited
17. Johanna D'Arc of Mongolia (Ulrike Ottinger, 1989)
18. Der Bomberpilot (Werner Schroeter, 1970)
19. Mutter Küsters' Fahrt zum Himmel (Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1975)
20. Das Goldene Tor (Jurgen Reble, 1989)
21. Das singende, klingende Bäumchen (Francesco Stefani, 1957)
22. Die Zärtlichkeit der Wölfe (Ulli Lommel, 1973)
23. Der junge Törless (Volker Schlöndorff, 1966)
24. Die verlorene Ehre der Katharina Blum (Volker Schlöndorff/Margarethe von Trotta, 1975) - Light favourite
25. Tagebuch eines Liebenden (Sohrab Shahid Saless, 1977) - Light favourite
26. Dar Ghorbat (Sohrab Shahid Saless, 1975) - Favourited. German co-production, set in Germany. Should be German enough.
27. Die 3 Groschen-Oper (Georg Wilhelm Pabst, 1931) - I've got 'Die Moritat von Mackie Messer' stuck in my head now.
28. Die Austernprinzessin (Ernst Lubitsch, 1919)
29. Necronomicon - Geträumte Sünden (Jesús Franco, 1968)
30. Pina (Wim Wenders, 2011)
31. Die Brücke (Bernhard Wicki, 1959)
32. Frau im Mond (Fritz Lang, 1929)
33. Die weiße Hölle vom Piz Palü (Georg Wilhelm Pabst/Arnold Fanck, 1929)
34. Die 1000 Augen des Dr. Mabuse (Fritz Lang, 1960)
35. Toni Erdmann (Maren Ade, 2016)
36. Hintertreppe (Paul Leni/Leopold Jessner, 1921)
37. Orlacs Hände (Robert Wiene, 1924)
38. Mutter Krausens Fahrt ins Glück (Phil Jutzi, 1929)
39. Die Bergkatze (Ernst Lubitsch, 1921)
40. Ich will doch nur, daß ihr mich liebt (Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1976)
41. Hannah Arendt (Margarethe von Trotta, 2012)
42. Bourbon Street Blues (Douglas Sirk, 1978) 25 min
Berliner Stilleben (László Moholy-Nagy, 1926) 9 min
Impressionen vom alten Marseiller Hafen (Vieux Port) (László Moholy-Nagy, 1929) 11 min
R-1 (Oskar Fischinger, 1927) 7 min
Studie Nr. 9 (Oskar Fischinger, 1931) 3 min
Kreise (Oskar Fischinger, 1933) 3 min
Opus II (Walter Ruttmann, 1921) 4 min
Weekend (Walter Ruttmann, 1930) 10 min

43. Fährmann Maria (Frank Wisbar, 1936)
44. Heimat - Eine deutsche Chronik (Edgar Reitz, 1984) - Episode 1
45. Heimat - Eine deutsche Chronik (Edgar Reitz, 1984) - Episode 2

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Post by peeptoad » September 29th, 2018, 11:58 am

13. Christiane F (1981) 10*
14. Angst (1983) 10*
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*rewatch

1. Rabbit ala Berlin (2009) 8
2. Der Samurai (2014) 5
3. Tenderness of the Wolves (1973) 7
4. Die Farbe aka The Color Out of Space (2010) 7
5. Sennentuntschi (2010) 8*
6. German Angst (2015) 4
7. Der Nachtmahr (2015) 8
8. Momo (1986) 7
9. Masks (2011) 6
10. Der Fan (1982) 8
11. Der Todesking (1990) 9*
12. Schramm (1993) 9*
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Post by allisoncm » September 29th, 2018, 6:33 pm

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1. John Rabe (2009) LOLA list 5/10
2. Aimée & Jaguar (1999) 7/10
3. Feuchtgebiete/Wetlands (2013) 3/10
4. Kreuzweg/Stations of the Cross (2014) on 2 temporary lists 8/10
5. Die andere Heimat - Chronik einer Sehnsucht (2013) 5.5/10 Classic long and boring movie.
6. Napola - Elite für den Führer/Before the Fall (2004) 6/10
7. Die fetten Jahre sind vorbei /The Educators (2004) 7/10
8. Das letzte Schweigen/The Silence (2010)
9. Gespenster (2005)

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Post by 72allinncallme » September 29th, 2018, 7:50 pm

65. Der Prozeß (1948)
66. Sodom und Gomorrha (1922)
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1. Das weiße Band - Eine deutsche Kindergeschichte (2009)
2. Das Kaninchen bin ich (1965)
3. Paradies: Hoffnung (2013)
4. Katzelmacher (1969)
5. Der Knochenmann (2009)
6. Der bewegte Mann (1994)
7. Abschied von gestern - (Anita G.) (1966)
8. Vincent will Meer (2010)
9. Erste Liebe (1970)
10. Good Bye Lenin! (2003)
11. Der freie Wille (2006)
12. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 1: Die Zeit der ersten Lieder (1992)
13. Die Bergkatze (1921)
14. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 2: Zwei fremde Augen (1992)
15. Die letzte Brücke (1954)
16. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 3: Eifersucht und Stolz (1992)
17. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 4: Ansgars Tod (1992)
18. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 5: Das Spiel mit der Freiheit (1992)
19. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 6: Kennedys Kinder (1992)
20. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 7: Weihnachtswölfe (1992)
21. Oberst Redl (1985)
22. Alles auf Zucker! (2004)
23. Die gläserne Zelle (1978)
24. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 8: Die Hochzeit (1992)
25. Last Exit to Brooklyn (1989)
26. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 9: Die ewige Tochter (1992)
27. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 10: Das Ende der Zukunft (1992)
28. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 11: Die Zeit des Schweigens (1992)
29. Nachts, wenn der Teufel kam (1957)
30. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 12: Die Zeit der vielen Worte (1992)
31. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 13: Kunst oder Leben (1992)
32. Canaris (1954)
33. Der Stand der Dinge (1982)
34. Die Artisten in der Zirkuskuppel: Ratlos (1968)
35. Die bleierne Zeit (1981)
36. Der junge Törless (1966)
37. Der Fußgänger (1973)
38. Victoria (2015)
39. Der Hauptmann von Köpenick (1956)
40. Oh Boy (2012)
41. Die Brücke (1959)
42. Nirgendwo in Afrika (2001)
43. Lebenszeichen (1968)
44. Das Brot der frühen Jahre (1962)
45. Helden (1958)
46. How much Wood would a Woodchuck chuck... - Beobachtungen zu einer neuen Sprache (1976)
47. Schtonk (1992)
48. Die innere Sicherheit (2000)
49. Auf der anderen Seite (2007)
50. Die endlose Nacht (1963)
51. Die Stadt ohne Juden (1924)
52. ‘38 (1986)
53. Der siebente Kontinent (1989)
54. Der Untertan (1951)
55. Mutter Krausens Fahrt ins Glück (1929)
56. Kuhle Wampe oder: Wem gehört die Welt? (1932)
57. Vorstadtvariete (1935)
58. Der Schüler Gerber (1981)
59. Benny's Video (1992)
60. Schmutz (1987)
61. Hasenjagd (1994)
62. 71 Fragmente einer Chronologie des Zufalls (1994)
63. Weiningers Nacht (1990)
64. Ein proletarisches Wintermärchen (2014)
65. Der Prozeß (1948)
66. Sodom und Gomorrha (1922)

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Post by psychotronicbeatnik » September 29th, 2018, 8:34 pm

48. Geheimnisse einer seele (1926 / G.W. Pabst) FTV 8/10
49. Von morgens bis mitternachts (1920 / Karl Heinz Martin) FTV 8+/10

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1.Meyer From Berlin (1919 / Ernst Lubitsch) FTV 6+/10
2. Der Hexer (1964 / Alfred Vohrer) 8/10
3. Faust (1926 / F.W. Murnau) 10/10
4. Nosferatu (1922 / F.W. Murnau) 10/10
5. The Haunted Castle (1921 / F.W. Murnau) 8/10
6. Schuhpalast Pinkus (1916 / Ernst Lubitsch) FTV 6/10
7. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920 / Robert Wiene) 10/10
8. Waxworks (1924 / Paul Leni, Leo Birinsky) 7+/10
9. Die Puppe (1919 / Ernst Lubitsch) 8+/10
10. Kohlhiesel’s Daughters (1920 / Ernst Lubitsch) 8+/10
11-17. Berlin Alexanderplatz: Parts I-VII (1980 / Rainer Werner Fassbinder) 9+/10
18. I Don’t Want To Be a Man (1918 / Ernst Lubitsch) 9/10
19. Carmen (1918 / Ernst Lubitsch) FTV 7+/10
20. Berlin: Symphony of a Great City (1927 / Walter Ruttmann) 8+/10
21-25. Berlin Alexanderplatz: Parts VIII - XII (1980 / Rainer Werner Fassbinder) 9/10
26. The Spiders – Part 1: The Golden Sea (1919 / Fritz Lang) 8+/10
27. The Spiders – Part 2: The Diamond Ship (1920 / Fritz Lang) 8/10
28. Genuine (1920 / Robert Wiene) 8/10
29-30. Berlin Alexanderplatz: Parts XIII - XIV (1980 / Rainer Werner Fassbinder) 9/10
31. Berlin-Alexanderplatz: Die Geschichte Franz Biberkopfs (1931 / Phil Jutzi) FTV 8+/10
32. Harakiri (1919 / Fritz Lang) FTV 6/10
33. The Wandering Shadow (1920 / Fritz Lang) FTV 6/10
34. Die Pest in Florenz (1919 / Otto Rippert) FTV 8+/10
35. Vier um die Frau (1921 / Fritz Lang) FTV 7+/10
36. Die Austernprinzessin (1919 / Ernst Lubitsch) FTV 7+/10
37. Der Mude Tod (1921 / Fritz Lang) FTV 8/10
38. Dr. Mabuse, Der Spieler: Ein Bild der Zeit (1922 / Fritz Lang) 7+/10
39. Dr. Mabuse, Der Spieler: Inferno (1922 / Fritz Lang) 7+/10
40. Die Nibelungen: Siegfried (1924 / Fritz Lang) FTV 8/10
41. Die Nibelungen: Kriemhild’s Rache (1924 / Fritz Lang) FTV 8/10
42. Metropolis (1927 / Fritz Lang) 10/10
43. Das fidale Gefangnis (1917 / Ernst Lubitsch) FTV 7/10
44. Spione (1928 / Fritz Lang) 9/10
45. Frau im Mond (1929 / Fritz Lang) 9/10
46. Herr Tartuff (1925 / F.W. Murnau) 8/10
47. Der letzte Mann (1924 / F.W. Murnau) 9+/10

48. Geheimnisse einer seele (1926 / G.W. Pabst) FTV 8/10
49. Von morgens bis mitternachts (1920 / Karl Heinz Martin) FTV 8+/10


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Post by jdidaco » September 30th, 2018, 1:52 am

25. Die Würghand (The Strangling Hand, Cornelius Hintner, 1920) 8.5/10
26. Der Geiger von Florenz (The Violinist of Florence, Paul Czinner, 1926) 9/10
27. Was ist los im Zirkus Beely? (What's Happening at the Beely Circus?, Harry Piel, 1927) 7.5/10

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1. Lady Hamilton (Richard Oswald, 1921) 7/10
2. Gefahren der Brautzeit (Dangers of the Engagement, Fred Sauer, 1930) 7.5/10
3. Der Hauptmann von Köpenick (The Captain from Köpenick, Richard Oswald, 1931) 9/10
4. Film ohne Titel (Film Without Title, Rudolf Jugert, 1948) 9/10
5. Monpti (Love from Paris, Helmut Käutner, 1957) 9.5/10
6. Das Glas Wasser (A Glass of Water, Helmut Käutner, 1960) 10/10
7. Der große Sprung (The Big Jump, Arnold Fanck, 1927) 7/10
8. Eine Nacht in London/A Knight in London (Lupu Pick, 1928) 8.5/10
9. Ludwig der Zweite, König von Bayern (Ludwig II, King of Bavaria, William Dieterle, 1930) 9/10
10. Wer nimmt die Liebe ernst...? (Who Takes Love Seriously?, Erich Engel, 1931) 8/10
11. Fräulein Raffke (Richard Eichberg, 1923) 7/10
12. Evas Töchter/Dcery Eviny (Daughters of Eve, Karel Lamac, 1928) 7/10
13. Manolescu - Der König der Hochstapler (Manolescu, the Prince of Adventures, Viktor Tourjansky, 1929) 8/10
14. Bekenntnisse des Hochstaplers Felix Krull (Confessions of Felix Krull, Kurt Hoffmann, 1957) 8/10
15. Das Weib des Pharao (The Loves of Pharaoh, Ernst Lubitsch, 1922) 8/10
16. Der Schatz (The Treasure, Georg Wilhelm Pabst, 1923) 8/10
17. Das alte Gesetz (This Ancient Law, Ewald André Dupont, 1923) 8.5/10
18. Zuflucht (Refuge, Carl Froelich, 1928) 8/10
19. La vocation d'André Carel/Die Macht der Arbeit (The Vocation of André Carel, Jean Choux, 1925) 9/10
20. Der Rosenkavalier (The Knight of the Rose, Robert Wiene, 1925) 8/10
21. Die Hose (The Trousers, Hans Behrendt, 1927) 7/10
22. Die Zürcher Verlobung (The Affairs of Julie, Helmut Käutner, 1957) 8.5/10
23. Das Eskimobaby (The Eskimobaby, Heinz Schall & Walter Schmidthässler, 1918) 8/10
24. Das Geheimnis des Amerika-Docks (The Secret of the America Docks, Ewald André Dupont, 1919) 7/10

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Post by sol » September 30th, 2018, 2:00 am

Pure GermaniumShow
1. Secrets of a Soul (1926)
2. Body in the Web (1960)
3. The Last Laugh (1924)
4. The Singing Ringing Tree (1957)
5. Help, Help, the Globolinks! (1969)
6. The Pleasure Garden (1925)
7. Stalingrad (1993)
8. Die Letzte Chance (1945)
9. Sissi (1955)
10. Hamlet (1921)
11. Backstairs (1921)
12. The Hands of Orlac (1924)
13. The Haunted Castle (1921)
14. Casanova & Co (1977)
15. The Glass Cell (1978)
16. Herr Tartüff (1925)
17. Oh Boy (2012)
18. The Wildcat (1921)
19. Vier Minuten (2006)
20. The White Ribbon (2009)
21. Die Hose/Trousers (1927)
22. Go for Zucker! (2004)
23. The Trapp Family (1956)

24. People on Sunday (1930)

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An appropriate film to watch on Sunday morning. tehe While this then-experimental movie relies on non-actors, their scenes together often seem rehearsed and the two men are dislikeable jerks. As such, the film succeeds best when it does not concentrate on its protagonists. There are some great, sweeping shots of various citizens just going about their Sunday business, particularly on the beach. The film has some excellent low camera angles (camera placed on the floor) too and the shots taken from on the water are quite innovative.
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Post by 3eyes » September 30th, 2018, 2:16 am

11. Titanic (Ger 43)
Evil British capitalists, vying to manipulate stock prices by setting a speed record for new ship, refuse to let Captain heed warnings by noble German officer Peterson. [spoiler alert: it all ends in tears.]

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1. Meyer aus Berlin (Ger 1919) - Triple
2. Die Gebrüder Skladanowsky / A trick of light (Ger 95)
3. Absurdistan (Ger 08) - double
4. Vier um die Frau / Four around the Woman (Ger 21) - Double
5. Vor der Morgenröte / Stefan Zweig: Farewell to Europe (Ger 16)
6. Mein Leben für Irland (Ger 41)
7. Napoleon ist an allem schuld / Blame it all on Napoleon (Ger 38, 88m) -double
8. Das wandernde Bild (Ger 20) - double
9. Vollmond (Switz 98)
10. Münchhausen (Ger 43, 110m) - double
11. Titanic (Ger 43)
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Post by sol » September 30th, 2018, 9:12 am

Pure GermaniumShow
1. Secrets of a Soul (1926)
2. Body in the Web (1960)
3. The Last Laugh (1924)
4. The Singing Ringing Tree (1957)
5. Help, Help, the Globolinks! (1969)
6. The Pleasure Garden (1925)
7. Stalingrad (1993)
8. Die Letzte Chance (1945)
9. Sissi (1955)
10. Hamlet (1921)
11. Backstairs (1921)
12. The Hands of Orlac (1924)
13. The Haunted Castle (1921)
14. Casanova & Co (1977)
15. The Glass Cell (1978)
16. Herr Tartüff (1925)
17. Oh Boy (2012)
18. The Wildcat (1921)
19. Vier Minuten (2006)
20. The White Ribbon (2009)
21. Die Hose/Trousers (1927)
22. Go for Zucker! (2004)
23. The Trapp Family (1956)
24. People on Sunday (1930)

25. Teenage Wolfpack (1956)

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Germany's answer to Rebel without a Cause, and yet the brothers' bitterness and resentment over their abusive father is often left in the backdrop with the film quickly devolving into a rather formulaic crime drama about nonprofessionals trying to pull a job that goes awry. Karin Baal provides a solid performance as the older brother's girlfriend with more to her character than meets the eye and Horst Buchholz is certainly charismatic as the older brother. The rest of the cast though vary from adequate to dull, much like the overall film.
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Post by hurluberlu » September 30th, 2018, 11:01 am

5. Impetuous Youth / Der Geiger von Florenz (Paul Czinner, 1926) 7
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1. Stalingrad (Joseph Vilsmaier, 1993) [Germany] 5+
2. Sophie Scholl: The Final Days / Sophie Scholl - Die letzten Tage (Marc Rothemund, 2005) 7-
3. Zwei Leben (Georg Maas, Judith Kaufmann, 2012) 6
4. The Harmonists / Comedian Harmonists (Joseph Vilsmaier, 1997) 7
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Post by sol » September 30th, 2018, 11:54 am

Pure GermaniumShow
1. Secrets of a Soul (1926)
2. Body in the Web (1960)
3. The Last Laugh (1924)
4. The Singing Ringing Tree (1957)
5. Help, Help, the Globolinks! (1969)
6. The Pleasure Garden (1925)
7. Stalingrad (1993)
8. Die Letzte Chance (1945)
9. Sissi (1955)
10. Hamlet (1921)
11. Backstairs (1921)
12. The Hands of Orlac (1924)
13. The Haunted Castle (1921)
14. Casanova & Co (1977)
15. The Glass Cell (1978)
16. Herr Tartüff (1925)
17. Oh Boy (2012)
18. The Wildcat (1921)
19. Vier Minuten (2006)
20. The White Ribbon (2009)
21. Die Hose/Trousers (1927)
22. Go for Zucker! (2004)
23. The Trapp Family (1956)
24. People on Sunday (1930)
25. Teenage Wolfpack (1956)

26. Kohlhiesel's Daughters (1920)

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Not all of the puns work here with silly, sped-up footage and much physical humour in the mix, but the story has its fair of amusing moments as the younger sister's beau goes to extremes to ensure that her older sister marries. The biggest sell-point here though is the amazing casting of Henny Porten as both the older and younger sister. With minimal makeup and costume differences, Porten makes herself seem like two separate women just from the way she moves her arms and contorts her face. Emil Jannings is always welcome, but this is Porten's film all the way.

27. Romeo und Julia im Schnee (1920)

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As Ernst Lubitsch's take on Shakespeare's classic tragedy, this silent comedy is undeniably curious for novelty value alone, but as a narrative it is unsatisfying. The focus is never on the romance with the title characters not meeting until there is less than 26 minutes left. Instead, we get plenty of scenes of the families comically feuding (sticking out tongues at each other; throwing snowballs) and Juliet has a simpleton suitor who she has to dodge - a character whose mental handicap is awkwardly played for laughs. The subverting of the poison-taking plot is really good though.
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Post by sol » September 30th, 2018, 2:54 pm

Pure GermaniumShow
1. Secrets of a Soul (1926)
2. Body in the Web (1960)
3. The Last Laugh (1924)
4. The Singing Ringing Tree (1957)
5. Help, Help, the Globolinks! (1969)
6. The Pleasure Garden (1925)
7. Stalingrad (1993)
8. Die Letzte Chance (1945)
9. Sissi (1955)
10. Hamlet (1921)
11. Backstairs (1921)
12. The Hands of Orlac (1924)
13. The Haunted Castle (1921)
14. Casanova & Co (1977)
15. The Glass Cell (1978)
16. Herr Tartüff (1925)
17. Oh Boy (2012)
18. The Wildcat (1921)
19. Vier Minuten (2006)
20. The White Ribbon (2009)
21. Die Hose/Trousers (1927)
22. Go for Zucker! (2004)
23. The Trapp Family (1956)
24. People on Sunday (1930)
25. Teenage Wolfpack (1956)
26. Kohlhiesel's Daughters (1920)
27. Romeo und Julia im Schnee (1920)

28. Faust (1926)

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This was a pretty cool film to end this challenge on. Breathtaking visuals (all those aerial shots, the sublime dissolve edits, images like above) and while the film certainly does sag in the middle section, it concludes on a pretty memorable note. I would write up more, but I'm short on time.

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Post by klaus78 » September 30th, 2018, 3:29 pm

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1. Der Student von Prag (1913) 7/10
2. Madame DuBarry (1919) 7/10
a. Mysterien eines Frisiersalons (1923) 6/10
3. Die Straße (1923) 6/10
4. Das Wachsfigurenkabinett (1924) 6/10
5. Mutter Krausens Fahrt ins Glück (1929) 8/10
6. Westfront 1918: Vier von der Infanterie (1930) 7/10
7. Die Drei von der Tankstelle (1930) 3/10
8. Berlin-Alexanderplatz - Die Geschichte Franz Biberkopfs (1931) 5/10
9. Emil und die Detektive (1931) 6/10
10. Viktor und Viktoria (1933) 7/10
11. Jud Süß (1940) 1/10
12. Münchhausen (1943) 7/10
13. Romanze in Moll (1943) 7/10
14. Große Freiheit Nr. 7 (1944) 6/10
15. In jenen Tagen (1947) 7/10
16. Ehe im Schatten (1947) 6/10
17. Berliner Ballade (1948) 7/10
18. Rotation (1949) 7/10
19. Der Untertan (1951) 7/10
20. Der Verlorene (1951) 7/10
21. Die Halbstarken (1956) 6/10
22. Berlin - Ecke Schönhauser (1957) 5/10
23. Das Mädchen Rosemarie (1958) 7/10
24. Wir Wunderkinder (1958) 8/10
25. Rosen für den Staatsanwalt (1959) 6/10
26. Der geteilte Himmel (1964) 7/10
27. Nicht versöhnt oder Es hilft nur Gewalt wo Gewalt herrscht (1965) 6/10
28. Das Kaninchen bin ich (1965) 7/10
29. Die Artisten in der Zirkuskuppel: Ratlos (1968) 8/10
30. Die Legende von Paul und Paula (1973) 9/10
31. Fontane Effi Briest (1974) 8/10
32. Jakob, der Lügner (1974) 6/10
33. Aus einem deutschen Leben (1977) 8/10
34. Solo Sunny (1980) 6/10

35. Lebensläufe (1981) 8/10
36.-38. Der Prozeß - Eine Darstellung des Majdanek-Verfahrens in Düsseldorf (1984) 8/10

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Post by 72allinncallme » September 30th, 2018, 4:52 pm

67. Liebelei (1933)

Last one from me. This was a lot of fun, thanks for hosting Klaus :)
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1. Das weiße Band - Eine deutsche Kindergeschichte (2009)
2. Das Kaninchen bin ich (1965)
3. Paradies: Hoffnung (2013)
4. Katzelmacher (1969)
5. Der Knochenmann (2009)
6. Der bewegte Mann (1994)
7. Abschied von gestern - (Anita G.) (1966)
8. Vincent will Meer (2010)
9. Erste Liebe (1970)
10. Good Bye Lenin! (2003)
11. Der freie Wille (2006)
12. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 1: Die Zeit der ersten Lieder (1992)
13. Die Bergkatze (1921)
14. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 2: Zwei fremde Augen (1992)
15. Die letzte Brücke (1954)
16. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 3: Eifersucht und Stolz (1992)
17. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 4: Ansgars Tod (1992)
18. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 5: Das Spiel mit der Freiheit (1992)
19. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 6: Kennedys Kinder (1992)
20. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 7: Weihnachtswölfe (1992)
21. Oberst Redl (1985)
22. Alles auf Zucker! (2004)
23. Die gläserne Zelle (1978)
24. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 8: Die Hochzeit (1992)
25. Last Exit to Brooklyn (1989)
26. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 9: Die ewige Tochter (1992)
27. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 10: Das Ende der Zukunft (1992)
28. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 11: Die Zeit des Schweigens (1992)
29. Nachts, wenn der Teufel kam (1957)
30. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 12: Die Zeit der vielen Worte (1992)
31. Die zweite Heimat - Episode 13: Kunst oder Leben (1992)
32. Canaris (1954)
33. Der Stand der Dinge (1982)
34. Die Artisten in der Zirkuskuppel: Ratlos (1968)
35. Die bleierne Zeit (1981)
36. Der junge Törless (1966)
37. Der Fußgänger (1973)
38. Victoria (2015)
39. Der Hauptmann von Köpenick (1956)
40. Oh Boy (2012)
41. Die Brücke (1959)
42. Nirgendwo in Afrika (2001)
43. Lebenszeichen (1968)
44. Das Brot der frühen Jahre (1962)
45. Helden (1958)
46. How much Wood would a Woodchuck chuck... - Beobachtungen zu einer neuen Sprache (1976)
47. Schtonk (1992)
48. Die innere Sicherheit (2000)
49. Auf der anderen Seite (2007)
50. Die endlose Nacht (1963)
51. Die Stadt ohne Juden (1924)
52. ‘38 (1986)
53. Der siebente Kontinent (1989)
54. Der Untertan (1951)
55. Mutter Krausens Fahrt ins Glück (1929)
56. Kuhle Wampe oder: Wem gehört die Welt? (1932)
57. Vorstadtvariete (1935)
58. Der Schüler Gerber (1981)
59. Benny's Video (1992)
60. Schmutz (1987)
61. Hasenjagd (1994)
62. 71 Fragmente einer Chronologie des Zufalls (1994)
63. Weiningers Nacht (1990)
64. Ein proletarisches Wintermärchen (2014)
65. Der Prozeß (1948)
66. Sodom und Gomorrha (1922)
67. Liebelei (1933)

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Post by morrison-dylan-fan » September 30th, 2018, 8:49 pm

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2: Douglas Sirk's film debut: April, April! (1935) 8

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Entering feature films a year after his short intro (1934’s Zwei Genies) directing auteur Douglas Sirk collaborates with cinematographer Willy Winterstein in sketching out his future motifs with remarkable clarity. Bringing two societies at the opposing sides of the spectrum (factory workers and royals) Sirk (who remade this with director Jacques van Tol as the now lost 't Was één April) treats the women factory workers like royalty in pristine close-ups that would later frame Sirk’s “Women’s Pictures.” Keeping the comedy atmosphere cheeky and bubbly, Sirk delights with visual gags at Lampe’s attempts to impress the prince round his factory, and the regal romantic escapades taking place under Lampe’s noodle.

Triggering Lampe with a prank of a royal visit, the screenplay by H.W. Litschke & Rudo Ritter takes playful, satirical jabs at those in high society of the newly ended Weimar Republic. who see themselves as royalty, with the real prince only meeting the workers when he sees his visit plastered in the press. Wisely not going too heavy on the satirical, the writers cook the noodles with a sweet Romantic Comedy heart, whisk from Lampe single-mindedness to get his daughter married to the prince, unaware “the prince” is a fake. Bossing everyone in his factory around, Erhard Siedel gives a hilarious, blustering performance as Lampe, whose royal plans gets tied in noodles.

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Post by OldAle1 » October 1st, 2018, 4:19 am

Mabuse uber allesShow

Started off with a Lubitsch silent comedy 3fer:
1. Das fidele Gefängnis / The Merry Jail (1917)
2. Meyer aus Berlin (1919)
3. Die Bergkatze / The Wildcat (1921)

non-comedy Lubitsch:
4. Sumurun (1920)

5. Von morgens bis mitternachts / From Morn to Midnight (Karl Heinz Martin, 1920)
6. Der Schatz im Silbersee / The Treasure of the Silver Lake (Harald Reinl, 1962)
7. Harakiri (Fritz Lang, 1919)
8. Schuhpalast Pinkus (Ernst Lubitsch, 1916)

More early Lubitsch, with the director starring as a good-for-nothing student (college I guess though it was rather unclear, almost as unclear as the picture in this low-res YT viewing) who gets thrown out and decides to go to work, eventually ending up as a shoe salesman and then owner of his own company. Lubitsch here is playing sort of a prankster-bad boy and he does better with this than he did with his merchant Meyer character in Meyer aus Berlin but the film just isn't that funny and it ends in a strange sentimental way that seems at odds with the broad near-slapstick that we've been watching. Thankfully it's short, and thankfully the director got a whole lot better soon.

9. Der Student von Prag (Paul Wegener/Stellan Rye, 1913)

Supposedly the first feature-length horror film and the first German "art" film - though of course there may be other examples of both, lost to history and nitrate fragility - I went into this with rather low expectations for some reason but was pretty knocked out by it, and probably would have been more so had I watched a better copy than the YouTube one I saw. The description says that it's a loose adaptation of Poe's "William Wilson" among other literary sources, and the feel is at times Poe-like, but I think "Faust" is likely a larger part of it's source, as our young but poor student-swordsman Balduin (director Wegener) receives help from a mysterious stranger when he despairs at not having the money or standing to woo a beautiful Countess - he'll get a fortune, and all that he's required to give up is...well, you can guess. The theme of the double was probably never used better in this era and hasn't been done more interestingly very often since, and this looks and feels quite modern with it's use of locations and it's attempts at psychological realism. Quite a brilliant film, maybe the best first viewing of this challenge for me.

10. Anders als die Andern / Different from Others (Richard Oswald, 1919)

And another first - the first sympathetic portrayal of homosexuality in a feature, made specifically as an attack on and a plea for public support against Paragraph 175, a German law which had criminalized homosexuality and which was unfortunately still in force for 75 years after this film was released. Conrad Veidt gets a sympathetic role for a change as the violinist Körner who falls in love with a young student only to be blackmailed and dragged into court, with tragic results. The film is incomplete but is very nicely reconstructed with stills and cards that give us a good idea of the full feature, though there are some elements that remained unclear to me - such as whether or not the blackmailer was actually gay himself or solely a pretender who did so for the purposes of extortion; the latter seems likely but if so it doesn't seem that well constructed as a plot device to me. Certainly this isn't the spectacle that we expect from the more famous Expressionist films of the era but as a potent piece of well-meaning agitprop it's still pretty strong today.

MABUSE - DIE LANG JAHREN

11. Dr. Mabuse, der Spieler (Fritz Lang, 1922) (3rd viewing)

This was the first silent Lang I saw, apart from (perhaps) Metropolis, and I first watched it on one of those horrible no-name VHS tapes with the mimeographed labels - you older folks who were serious viewers 30 years ago know what I'm talking about - with a very indistinct fuzzy picture, poor and minimal titles, and no soundtrack. But it was still fairly overwhelming, because I knew nothing else like it - and because I was already used to crappy viewing experiences. In the late 90s I saw it in the cinema in a pretty good print as I remember though I'm fairly sure it was a bit shorter, maybe under 4 hours. Now I've got the new KINO BD complete silent box set and so it was time again. And it's as good as I remember it - and also has the same small but significant flaws. While I've always loved this film it hasn't ever struck me as in the director's top tier, and the two sequels likewise - all excellent but for me missing just a little something that would put them on top.

It's certainly not Mabuse himself in this film, played here by Rudolph Klein-Rogge in one of the most magnetic and eerie criminal mastermind portrayals ever. And the sets and photography and effects are all pretty terrific as well. I suppose one flaw is that it *is* just a bit long for what it is - I think some of the gambling sequences run on a bit - and that it doesn't perhaps add up to what it seems to promise; ultimately Mabuse is a gambler and a counterfeiter, and his great powers of the mind don't seem to lead him any further than those limited activities though we might presume that national or international conquest (which will become themes in later films) would be on his agenda. And his ending fate is not entirely convincing to me -
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he doesn't seem someone who would ever suffer a twinge of guilt, so the idea that he could be driven mad by it in the end doesn't sit right with me. But Lang the fervent Catholic for whom guilt was an overwhelming element in most of his work probably couldn't have it otherwise
These are small beefs really though - the overall architecture and structure are solid and the film remains very worth plowing through in it's 4 1/2 hours of lies, treachery, disguises, betrayals, and doom.

12. Das Testament des Dr. Mabuse / The Testament of Dr. Mabuse (Fritz Lang, 1933) (re-watch)
13. Die 1000 Augen des Dr. Mabuse / The 1000 Eyes of Dr. Mabuse (Fritz Lang, 1960) (re-watch)

Reviews of at least a tiny bit of substance forthcoming, probably in the weekly thread in a day or two. At the moment I'll just comment that I like all three of Lang's films just about equally and it was a great joy seeing them again.

MABUSE - NACH LANG IM 60ER JAHREN

14. Im Stahlnetz des Dr. Mabuse / The Return of Dr. Mabuse (Harald Reinl, 1961)
15. Die unsichtbaren Krallen des Dr. Mabuse / The Invisible Dr. Mabuse (Harald Reinl, 1962)
16. Das Testament des Dr. Mabuse / Terror of the Mad Doctor (Werner Klingler, 1962)
17. Scotland Yard jagt Dr. Mabuse / Dr. Mabuse vs. Scotland Yard (Paul May, 1963)
18. Die Todesstrahlen des Dr. Mabuse / The Death Ray of Dr. Mabuse (Hugo Fregonese/Victor de Santis, 1964)

Details forthcoming but for the nonce...the first of these is actually pretty good, with something of the same feel as the Lang films, and it helps to have Gert Frobe as our main cop - he's also in the not exactly originally titled Testament, which is the next best of the bunch. They gradually go more and more towards Eurospy territory and the last of them is almost indistinguishable from a low-rent James Bond affair - but they're still kind of fun overall, and the first three are really nicely photographed - all in 1.66, b/w.

JESUS FRANCO VERSUCHT DR. MABUSE ZU TÖTEN

19. Dr. M schlägt zu / The Vengeance of Dr. Mabuse (Jésus Franco, 1972)

Mabuse - if it can be dignified as such - in color for the first time. Fascinating in it's way I guess but overall pretty bad schlock.

CLAUDE CHABROL AUFERSTEHT DR. MABUSE...FÜR EINEN MOMENT

20. Dr. M / Club Extinction (Claude Chabrol, 1990)

I'll have more to say about this later but while this isn't even close to a real success I have to say it was pretty interesting and certainly the only film in the series after the Lang films to try anything at all new or challenging. A film just as much about Berlin before the wall comes down, and about our modern reliance on technology and pleasure as it is about the king of crime.

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Post by sebby » October 1st, 2018, 4:55 am

01 wings of hope
02 baal
03 the last laugh
04-05 berlin alexanderplatz

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Post by nimimerkillinen » October 1st, 2018, 5:05 am

will post what i watched later to day if thats fine

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Post by maxwelldeux » October 1st, 2018, 6:47 am

This would go on the back of a VolkswagenShow
1. Madame Dubarry (1919)
2. Er is wieder da / Look Who's Back (2015)
3. Kings of Kallstadt (2014)
4. Berlin: Symphony of a Great City (1927)
5. Die Blechtrommel / The Tin Drum (1979)
6. Das fidele Gefängnis / The Merry Jail (1917)
7. Faust (1926)
8. Vampyr (1932)

This is a fun "timing" watch - since the Horror challenge begins at dusk on the 30th of Sept, and this challenge ends at midnight at the end of the 30th of Sept, there is a short time frame where you can count a film for a challenge in two different months. So I did. German horror. I thought this was nice - cool film and a nice mood to it, though it didn't quite move into "great" for me. Still enjoyable.

And that's the end for me - I'm a little disappointed in myself for not watching more, but life and other goals happened. Que sera sera. Thanks for hosting!!! :cheers:

Bonus watches that don't count for points, but were German nonetheless:

Wintergartenprogramm (1895, 7m)
The Mysteries of a Hairdresser's Shop (1923, 32m)

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Post by Fergenaprido » October 1st, 2018, 1:50 pm

1. Anders als die Andern [Different from the Others] (1919 GER) - 7.2 {also silent challenge}
2. Eine venezianische Nacht [A Venetian Night] (1914 GER) - 6.0 {also silent challenge & comedy challenge}
3. Der Untergang [Downfall] (2004 GER) - 8.2
4. Der steinerne Reiter [The Stone Rider] (1923 GER) - 6.2 {also silent challenge}
5. Die Stadt ohne Juden [The City Without Jews] (1924 AUT) - 7.0 {also silent challenge & comedy challenge}

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Post by Mate_cosido » October 1st, 2018, 2:34 pm

24. Ein proletarisches Wintermärchen - A Proletarian Winter's Tale (2014, Julian Radlmaier)

25. Tagebuch einer Verlorenen - Diary of a Lost Girl (1929, Georg Wilhelm Pabst)

26. Christiane F. - Wir Kinder vom Bahnhof Zoo - We Children from Bahnhof Zoo (1981, Uli Edel)

27. Der Goalie bin ig - I Am the Keeper (2014, Sabine Boss)

28. '38 - Vienna Before the Fall (1986, Wolfgang Glück)
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1. 71 Fragmente einer Chronologie des Zufalls - 71 Fragments of a Chronology of Chance (1994, Michael Haneke)

2. Unheimliche Geschichten - Eerie Tales (1919, Richard Oswald)

3. Fünf Patronenhülsen - Five Cartridges (1960, Frank Beyer)

4. Hunde, wollt ihr ewig leben - Stalingrad: Dogs, Do You Want to Live Forever? (1959, Frank Wisbar)

5. Der letzte Mann - The Last Laugh (1924, F.W. Murnau)

6. Unter den Brücken - Under the Bridges (1946, Helmut Käutner)

7. Kanakerbraut - White Trash (1984, Uwe Schrader)

8. Mazurka (1935, Willi Forst)

9. Von morgens bis mitternacht - From Morn to Midnight (1920, Karl Heinz Martin)

10. Der heilige Berg - The Holy Mountain (1926, Arnold Fanck)

11. Der Fan - The Fan (1982, Eckhart Schmidt)

12. Die letzte Brücke - The Last Bridge (1954, Helmut Käutner)

13. Händler der vier Jahreszeiten - The Merchant of Four Seasons (1972, Rainer Werner Fassbinder)

14. Kreuzweg - Stations of the Cross (2014, Dietrich Brüggemann)

15. Aus dem Leben der Marionetten - From the Life of the Marionettes (1980, Ingmar Bergman)

16. Asphalt (1929, Joe May)

17. Das Kaninchen bin ich - The Rabbit Is Me (1965, Kurt Maetzig)

18. Die Gezeichneten - Love One Another (1922, Carl Theodor Dreyer)

19. Sterne - Stars (1959, Konrad Wolf)

20. Wohin und zurück - Teil 1: An uns glaubt Gott nicht mehr - Ferry oder Wie es war - God Does Not Believe in Us Anymore (1982, Axel Corti)

21. Ich möchte kein Mann sein - I Don't Want to Be a Man (1918, Ernst Lubitsch)

22. Die Austernprinzessin - The Oyster Princess (1919, Ernst Lubitsch)

23. Der Student von Prag - The Student of Prague (1913, Paul Wegener, Stellan Rye)

24. Ein proletarisches Wintermärchen - A Proletarian Winter's Tale (2014, Julian Radlmaier)

25. Tagebuch einer Verlorenen - Diary of a Lost Girl (1929, Georg Wilhelm Pabst)

26. Christiane F. - Wir Kinder vom Bahnhof Zoo - We Children from Bahnhof Zoo (1981, Uli Edel)

27. Der Goalie bin ig - I Am the Keeper (2014, Sabine Boss)

28. '38 - Vienna Before the Fall (1986, Wolfgang Glück)
That's it for me, thanks for hosting Klaus!

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Post by RogerTheMovieManiac88 » October 1st, 2018, 3:11 pm

41. 'Die Drei von der Tankstelle' / 1930, Wilhelm Thiele / 9/10
42. 'Herrenpartie' / 1964, Wolfgang Staudte / 10/10
43. 'Unter dem Pflaster ist der Strand' / 1975, Helma Sanders-Brahms / 9/10
44. 'Return to Vienna' / 1983, Ruth Beckermann, Josef Aichholzer / 7/10
45. 'Malina' / 1991, Werner Schroeter / 8/10

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Beautiful challenge, Klaus! Immensely rewarding on a personal level in terms of discoveries. I really enjoyed it a lot.

:cheers:
That's all, folks!

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Post by cinephage » October 1st, 2018, 4:55 pm

I was able to watch 2 german films this month :

01. Die Bergkatze, by Ernst Lubitsch (1921) 7,5/10

02. Martha, by Rainer Werner Fassbinder (1974) 8/10

This was a very sirkian movie, even from Fassbinder (Martha states sge lives in a Detlef Sierck street). A strong film by a great director, with many remarkable shots and camera movements.

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Post by weirdboy » October 1st, 2018, 5:04 pm

I haven't seen too many movies this month, but here are the German ones I saw:

1. Chinesisches Roulette (Chinese Roulette - 1976) - Rainer Werner Fassbinder
2. Der Hauptmann von Köpenick (The Captain from Köpenick) - 1956 - Helmut Käutner
3. Die 3 Groschen-Oper (The 3 Penny Opera) - 1931 - Georg Wilhelm Pabst

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Post by psychotronicbeatnik » October 1st, 2018, 11:14 pm

An even 50 for me. Thanks for hosting, Klaus! :cheers:

50. Die Farbe, aka: The Color Out of Space (2010 / Huan Vu) FTV 8+/10

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1.Meyer From Berlin (1919 / Ernst Lubitsch) FTV 6+/10
2. Der Hexer (1964 / Alfred Vohrer) 8/10
3. Faust (1926 / F.W. Murnau) 10/10
4. Nosferatu (1922 / F.W. Murnau) 10/10
5. The Haunted Castle (1921 / F.W. Murnau) 8/10
6. Schuhpalast Pinkus (1916 / Ernst Lubitsch) FTV 6/10
7. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920 / Robert Wiene) 10/10
8. Waxworks (1924 / Paul Leni, Leo Birinsky) 7+/10
9. Die Puppe (1919 / Ernst Lubitsch) 8+/10
10. Kohlhiesel’s Daughters (1920 / Ernst Lubitsch) 8+/10
11-17. Berlin Alexanderplatz: Parts I-VII (1980 / Rainer Werner Fassbinder) 9+/10
18. I Don’t Want To Be a Man (1918 / Ernst Lubitsch) 9/10
19. Carmen (1918 / Ernst Lubitsch) FTV 7+/10
20. Berlin: Symphony of a Great City (1927 / Walter Ruttmann) 8+/10
21-25. Berlin Alexanderplatz: Parts VIII - XII (1980 / Rainer Werner Fassbinder) 9/10
26. The Spiders – Part 1: The Golden Sea (1919 / Fritz Lang) 8+/10
27. The Spiders – Part 2: The Diamond Ship (1920 / Fritz Lang) 8/10
28. Genuine (1920 / Robert Wiene) 8/10
29-30. Berlin Alexanderplatz: Parts XIII - XIV (1980 / Rainer Werner Fassbinder) 9/10
31. Berlin-Alexanderplatz: Die Geschichte Franz Biberkopfs (1931 / Phil Jutzi) FTV 8+/10
32. Harakiri (1919 / Fritz Lang) FTV 6/10
33. The Wandering Shadow (1920 / Fritz Lang) FTV 6/10
34. Die Pest in Florenz (1919 / Otto Rippert) FTV 8+/10
35. Vier um die Frau (1921 / Fritz Lang) FTV 7+/10
36. Die Austernprinzessin (1919 / Ernst Lubitsch) FTV 7+/10
37. Der Mude Tod (1921 / Fritz Lang) FTV 8/10
38. Dr. Mabuse, Der Spieler: Ein Bild der Zeit (1922 / Fritz Lang) 7+/10
39. Dr. Mabuse, Der Spieler: Inferno (1922 / Fritz Lang) 7+/10
40. Die Nibelungen: Siegfried (1924 / Fritz Lang) FTV 8/10
41. Die Nibelungen: Kriemhild’s Rache (1924 / Fritz Lang) FTV 8/10
42. Metropolis (1927 / Fritz Lang) 10/10
43. Das fidale Gefangnis (1917 / Ernst Lubitsch) FTV 7/10
44. Spione (1928 / Fritz Lang) 9/10
45. Frau im Mond (1929 / Fritz Lang) 9/10
46. Herr Tartuff (1925 / F.W. Murnau) 8/10
47. Der letzte Mann (1924 / F.W. Murnau) 9+/10
48. Geheimnisse einer seele (1926 / G.W. Pabst) FTV 8/10
49. Von morgens bis mitternachts (1920 / Karl Heinz Martin) FTV 8+/10

50. Die Farbe, aka: The Color Out of Space (2010 / Huan Vu) FTV 8+/10


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Post by Lonewolf2003 » October 2nd, 2018, 10:08 am

After seeing all these German films, don’t forget to vote in the German poll. :)

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Post by nimimerkillinen » October 2nd, 2018, 2:37 pm

1. Styx
2. Frau im Mond
3. Die Bergkatze
4. Die Nibelungen: Siegfried
5. Das Wachsfigurenkabinett
6. Asphalt

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Post by klaus78 » October 2nd, 2018, 2:57 pm

RESULTS:

1. 72allinncallme - 67
2. psychotronicbeatnik - 50
3. rnilsson19 - 45
3. RogerTheMovieManiac88 - 45
5. klaus78 - 38
6. sol - 28
6. Mate_cosido - 28
8. jdidaco - 27
9. jeroeno - 21
10. OldAle1 - 20
11. peeptoad - 14
12. 3eyes - 11
13. allisoncm - 9
14. maxwelldeux - 8
15. tommy_leazaq - 7
16. nimimerkillinen - 6
17. Knaldskalle - 5
17. ororama - 5
17. hurluberlu - 5
17. Fergenaprido - 5
17. sebby - 5
22. frbrown - 4
23. vortexsurfer - 3
23. weirdboy - 3
25. zzzorf - 2
25. Hippiemans - 2
25. flavo5000 - 2
25. blocho - 2
25. cinephage - 2
25. morrison-dylan-fan - 2
31. VincentPrice - 1
31. lynchs - 1

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