Archive for tag: Christian Petzold

Seattle Screens: Nina Hoss burns in ‘Barbara’

20 December, 2012 (18:16) | by Sean Axmaker, Film Reviews, screenings, Seattle Screens | By: Sean Axmaker

Barbara, from director Christian Petzold, is a fiercely directed character piece set in rural East Germany long before the fall of The Wall. According to the program notes, it’s 1980 in the GDR, but you have to piece together the era and the situation from the clues on screen: talk of hopes of going to […]

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VIFF Dispatch No. 4: Dreileben

31 October, 2011 (09:23) | by Richard T. Jameson, Film Festivals, Film Reviews | By: Richard T. Jameson

A couple of years ago, U.S. festival and arthouse audiences were riveted by Red Riding Trilogy, a production for Britain’s Channel Four exploring a history of crime, of both the organized and the darkly obsessive varieties, twisting its way through a community in the North of England over the span of a decade. The trilogy […]

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