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The Lives of Others (movie)

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  • Film Review: 'Fair Play'

    In Czechoslovakia circa 1983, a state under the grip of a seemingly all-powerful communist regime, a talented young sprinter risks her career by resisting the "special care" program designed to boost her competition times in the solid, well-acted drama "Fair Play." In her straightforward but involving third feature, Czech helmer-writer Andrea Sedlackova uses a sports story to explore how totalitarianism exacted a high price from those aspiring to preserve their dignity and principles. The result should see plenty of play on the international fest circuit; its domestic rollout in March garnered some 60,000 viewers.
  • Karlovy Vary Fest Spotlights Variety's Critics' Choice Lineup

    The 10 pics championed by variety critics selected to screen at the Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival next month are an eclectic mix of the year's best-reviewed Euro-backed features. Representing a wide sample of different genres, countries and languages...

    Berlin: Sebastian Koch Joins Crime Thriller 'The Keys to the Street'

    Sebastian Koch ("The Lives of Others") has joined Gemma Arterton, Max Irons and Tim Roth in the crime thriller "The Keys to the Street," adapted from Ruth Rendell's novel by Christopher Nolan and Michael Stokes. Filming is set to start in May with...

    Oscar's Next Challenge: Making Foreign-Language Voting Fair

    After dealing with the revoked nomination for song this week, the folks at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences are about to embark on another historic twist to the usual procedure, this time in the foreign language category. This experiment...

    Movie review: 'The Wall' makes isolation work

    Movie review: 'The Wall' makes isolation work
    "The Wall" is a remarkably involving film, especially given its brave, self-imposed limitations. Writer-director Julian Roman Pölser, working with the superb Martina Gedeck ("The Lives of Others") — in effect, the movie's sole actor — has...