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Barry Lyndon0%Barry Lyndon
8Our
rating
3:05:00

Storyline:The Irish nobleman Redmond Barry (Ryan O'Neal) must leave his homeland in the middle of the 18th century, because he has engaged in an altercation with the fake. The young adventurer finally reaches Prussia in the service of the English army. Politics and thus the military activities of the states interested Barry but not, he would like to ascend in society. The chance he receives indirectly through the Prussians. Because after Barry has fallen into the enemy's captivity, Captain Potzdorf (Hardy Kr├╝ger) sends him to the Prussian court to pick out an Irish card player (Patrick Magee) whom the Prussians consider an enemy spy. However, the two compatriots understand each other well, leave Prussia and form a successful community of false gamblers. On her way through the upscale society Barry meets the English nobleman Lady Lyndon (Marisa Berenson), whom he marries. But his luck is threatened, because his wife has a son from his first marriage, which Barry could challenge the nobility position ...

Rain Man0%Rain Man
8Our
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2:13:00

Storyline:Charlie Babbitt (Tom Cruise) is a superficial, career-oriented egotist. When his father, to whom he had no contact for years, dies one day, he learns that he has an older brother named Ray (Dustin Hoffman), who is to inherit three million dollars, while Charlie gets only the father's roses and a 49er Buick , But Charlie senses a chance. Because Ray lives in a home for the mentally ill and suffers from autism. He is under the care of Dr. Bruner (Gerald R. Molen), an old friend of the father, who is now managing the assets of Rays in trust and who never wanted to inform Charlie about Ray. Charlie speculates: If he takes Ray and presses Bruner, or if he complains if necessary, he would have chances to half of the penny - if he would get the guardianship of his brother, maybe on the whole money. A journey begins where the two different brothers come closer and closer ...

Chinatown0%Chinatown
8Our
rating
2:10:00

Storyline:In the late 1930s, former police officer Jake Gittes (Jack Nicholson) operates a detective agency in Los Angeles. The usual job of checking a husband's faithfulness turns into a tricky case. On the one hand, Hollis Mulwray (Darrell Zwerling) initially does not provide any noteworthy cause justifying shading in general, and on the other hand, the client has introduced himself under a false name. The real wife of Mulwray, Evelyn (Faye Dunaway), had no idea about the shading campaign. Gittes takes the inconsistencies as an opportunity to further investigate the matter. In doing so he unearths strange machinations in which powerful personalities in the region seem to be involved. While Gittes learns the dangerousness of his investigations on his own body, developed between him and Evelyn Cross Mulwray a romance.

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.

C'era una volta il West0%C'era una volta il West
8Our
rating
2:45:00

Storyline:The opening scene of "Play Me the Song of Death" has written film history: Three Men Are Standing at a Lonely Railroad Station. A train stops and a man with harmonica (Charles Bronson) gets out. It comes to a brief exchange of words, shortly after the stranger shoots the three men. Then he sets out to kill the killer Frank - the ice-cold murderer of a whole family - ...

Back to the Future0%Back to the Future
9Our
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1:56:00

Storyline:Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) is a very nice loser type: he is constantly harassed by the fir gang. In the quirky scientist Dr. He has found a very special friend, Emmett L. 'Doc' Brown (Christopher Lloyd), who transformed a DeLorian into a time machine with which Marty travels back to the fifties. There he prevents a significant event for the marriage of his parents, which begins to threaten his own existence. Together with Doc Brown, he now has to do everything in his power to put the past right again ...

Bacheha-Ye aseman0%Bacheha-Ye aseman
8Our
rating
1:29:00

Storyline:Ali (Amir Farrokh Hashemian) grows up in poor conditions. One day when he loses the shoes of his sister Zahra (Bahare Seddiqi), the family can afford no new ones. An emergency solution must be, because after all, both have to go to school. They decide to share Ali's shoes ...

Network0%Network
8Our
rating
2:01:00

Storyline:For many years, Howard Beale (Peter Finch) was a news anchor on a major American television station. Then he is terminated. Right after this bad news, Beale announces in front of the camera that he will commit suicide on his next show, which will be his last. The announcement generated enormous interest and when it is time and the last mission Beales is running, this does not commit suicide, but he complains about his superiors and the situation of the medium or the world. The reactions to the Ausraster are overwhelming, as noted also the new program director Diana Christensen (Faye Dunaway), which is committed to the fact that Beale receives a new transmission format, in which he can let his emotions and thoughts run wild. Beale finds with his tirades more and more audience and followers - he starts to stir up the audience ...

Dead Poets Society0%Dead Poets Society
8Our
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2:08:00

Storyline:Fall 1959: The beginning teacher John Keating (Robin Williams) takes a job at a conservative college in New England. With the help of poetry, he brings his students to new thoughts: Through the revolutionary power of the poetic they become aware of values such as freedom and unconventional actions. Some of the boys are so intrigued by the new teaching content and methods that they found a secret club - the Dead Poets' Club. Its members meet at night in an old cave to recite each other's poems. But because the world around it remains conservative and in particular the despotic Rector Nolan (Norman Lloyd) does everything possible to combat the free-spirited excesses in his institution, the short trip to mental independence ends tragically ...