I also saw many of his old DEFA films. Ganz said he was attracted to the role because he had really liked the book when it first came out, but also because of his own past experiences with the political left and former East Germans who had defected to the West.
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Early on I had the chance to meet many refugees from East Germany. The events of the first half of the 20th century — this is a subject that will never let me go. This word scares me.
In this film, my children, my grandchildren, my daughter-in-law, they are all impacted by fate. This film is really moving.
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And that is it. This enormous thematic vacuity is more curious than anything else: this does not seem like a film for the sake of art, nor a film for the sake of entertainment— instead, it has somehow created an entirely new third category—film for the sake of film.
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The whole picture seems propelled by nothing more than the commitment of a thin spectrum of light and sound to celluloid. There are no great ideas, no heavy characterizations, no poignant narrative or perceptible style; the film is forgettable reverie of an event that tinkers on the brink of plausibility, falling neither to the imagination or to reality. It is a film that lacks an aftertaste.
It just feels like nothing, really. Your email address will not be published.
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