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Jonathan Evans almost 4 years ago
A village so backward and blind they are unable to see crime if it kicks them in the face.
emilio murillo almost 6 years ago
Complex story, great setting. Brilliant arrangement of characters. Superb cinematography.
Marc almost 7 years ago
Unglaublich schweres Portrait von Gewalt, Hass, verdrehten Idealen und einem Dorf.
Renard Bansale almost 7 years ago
A quiet argument on the youth of Germany before WWI (i.e. the adults of WW2)
Milda 3 months ago
Courtney Bess 2 years ago
Tiziano Iasevoli over 2 years ago
sapinho almost 3 years ago
Vicky almost 4 years ago
Nicole McKeon almost 5 years ago
Pony Hünchen 5 years ago
Emily Wigley over 5 years ago
Kari H over 5 years ago
Marc Hyde over 5 years ago
George Doulgeris over 5 years ago
Daniela over 5 years ago
Ale Márquez almost 6 years ago
David Muwonge 6 years ago
Abi McGilvray 6 years ago
Nicole Johnson over 6 years ago
The White Ribbon is a 2009 Austrian-German film, released in black and white, written and directed by Michael Haneke. The drama darkly depicts society and family in a northern German village just before World War I. According to Haneke, the film is about "the origin of every type of terrorism, be it of political or religious nature." Das weiße Band, Eine deutsche Kindergeschichte (literally, "The White Ribbon, a German Children's Story") premiered at the 62nd Cannes Film Festival in May 2009 and won the Palme d'Or, followed by positive reviews and several other major awards, including the 2010 Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film. The film received two nominations for Academy Awards: 2009 Best Foreign Language Film (representing Germany) and 2009 Best Cinematography (Christian Berger). The memories of an unnamed elderly tailor form a parable from the distant year he worked as a village schoolteacher and met his fiancée Eva. The setting is the fictitious Protestant village...
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