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Storyline:Egypt, just before World War II: Hungarian Count Laszlo Almasy (Ralph Fiennes) explores the desert as a member of the Royal Geographic Society in England to create maps for geographers and archaeologists. When German army units shoot him down, he is picked up by an English convoy and cared for by French Red Cross sister Hana (Juliette Binoche). Almasy barely survived the crash; his body, his face burnt beyond recognition, his internal organs badly damaged. Almasy also suffers from amnesia. Hana decides to leave the convoy with Almasy to take care of him. In a monastery ruin in Tuscany, both settle down. They are joined by two close-knit experts from the British Army for disarming bombs: the Sikh Kip (Naveen Andrews) and Hardy (Kevin Whately). Kip and Hana love each other. Finally, the mysterious Caravaggio (Willem Dafoe) emerges from the ruin and meets Almasy with suspicion, without Hana initially knowing why.
Storyline:England in the Victorian Age: Sherlock Holmes (Will Ferrell), the greatest detective of all time, solves together with his congenial partner Dr. Watson (John C. Reilly) in series tricky cases, where he can always rely on his disguise skill, his ingenious mind and his extraordinary methods. But then Holmes' nemesis Moriarty (Ralph Fiennes) threatens the life of Queen Victoria (Pam Ferris). Holmes and Watson only stay four days to solve the case ...
Storyline:Gustave H. (Ralph Fiennes) is the legendary concierge of the Grand Budapest Hotel in the alpine state of Zubrowka. In the 1930s, he builds a close friendship with the young hotel employee Zéro Moustafa (Tony Revolori), who becomes his closest confidant and protégé. When Gustave's lover, the rich 84-year-old Madame D. (Tilda Swinton), dies one day and leaves him a valuable Renaissance painting, the Concierge is subject to murder. After all, he does not know how to help himself any longer and flees together with the picture. Now he is followed not only by the men of policeman Henckels (Edward Norton), but also the relatives of the dead, especially the deceitful Dmitri (Adrien Brody) with his sinister stooge Jopling (Willem Dafoe), to whom every means is right to their destination to reach...
Storyline:1939: With the help of Jewish capital, the clever businessman Oskar Schindler (Liam Neeson) manages to buy a dispossessed enamel factory in Krakow, which from then on produces fieldware for the oncoming war. In order to maximize his profits, he uses extremely cheap Jewish workers from the Krakow ghetto, which he is granted on the basis of the war-important goods that his factory produces. Schindler knows how to represent and make business contacts, but in administrative and coordination tasks relies on his experienced accountant Itzhak Stern (Ben Kingsley). In cooperation with their talents, the Emailfabrik is developing into a flourishing company, which requires more and more workers. Stern, who is given a free hand on personnel issues, uses this to get as many Jews as possible, mostly those who, because of their academic or artistic background or a disability, are unfit for industrial work to get a job in the factory. In 1943 the survivors of the Kraków ghetto were transferred to the Kraków-Plaszów labor camp. Here Schindler witnesses how the inmates are treated inhumanly, how guards arbitrarily shoot people. Then this camp will be closed and the surviving Jews will be taken to Auschwitz for liquidation. Schindler, however, does everything to prevent this.
Storyline:Filmmaker Paul (Matthias Schoenaerts) would like to spend a romantic holiday with his girlfriend, the rock star Marianne (Tilda Swinton) on the paradise Italian island of Pantelleria. But just a few days after their arrival, the peaceful togetherness is disturbed by the unexpected visit of their old friend Harry (Ralph Fiennes) and his adult daughter Penelope (Dakota Johnson). Paul quickly attracted to the attractive Penelope attracted, but at the same time inflamed between Harry and Marianne the mutual attraction already felt in the past. Gradually, all four fall into a fatal whirlwind of jealousy, passion and sexual obsession ... Remake of the French thriller drama "The Swimming Pool" by Jacques Deray from 1969.
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