1982 New Movies

Gandhi0%Gandhi
8Our
rating
3:11:00

Storyline:In 1888, Mahatma Gandhi (Ben Kingsley) completed a three-year law degree in London before earning his awards as a lawyer in Bombay and in 1893 on a trip to South Africa. He, who - quite wealthy - has a first class ticket, is thrown out of the train just because of his skin color. Here, for the first time, his sense of justice is evoked and a rethinking takes place. In addition, the viewer follows Gandhi's work in South Africa, for which he is celebrated frenetically by the international press, as well as in the humanistic as well as in political areas of India; finally, he experiences the independence of the same, at whose proclamation, here the Indian, there the Pakistani, and at Gandhi's house, before which he squats clothes spinning, no flag, at the flagpole blows. The "little brown man in a linen cloth" (commentator at the funeral), who united a whole people, ultimately fails the desired success in the small circle of his colleagues: the predominantly Hindu areas of India are united under one, the predominantly Muslim areas under the other and hand. He was just able to soothe the resulting civil-warlike conditions and thus the former peace provides the appropriate backdrop for Gandhi's demise; At the age of 79, he is shot dead in New Delhi on the street.

The Thing0%The Thing
8Our
rating
1:49:00

Storyline:Twelve scientists, including R. J. MacReady (Kurt Russell), are on a research mission in the Antarctic. They discover a destroyed research station and with it a deformed corpse, which they take with them for examination. What the scientists do not know is that an alien is responsible for the destruction. This way of life is particularly threatening because it takes over the bodies of other living beings almost unnoticed. When the men take in a frightened dog, they do not think much of it at first. But soon nobody can trust another ...

Blade Runner0%Blade Runner
9Our
rating
1:57:00

Storyline:We write the year 2019: Four genetically engineered people, so-called "replicants", are rehearsing the uprising. They agreed to extend their four-year term of life. Her bad luck that Blade Runner Deckard (Harrison Ford) is on her. He is a hardened pro when it comes to tracking down and destroying replicants. In the rainy Los Angeles of the future he goes hunting ... "Blade Runner" first appeared in the cinema in 1982 and returned to the screens in 1993 and 2007 as "Director's Cut" and "Final Cut" respectively.