Two films at the Berlin Festival reflect the new face of German cinema


Berlin – AFP

Two comic films shown at the Berlin Festival reflected the new face of German cinema and its trend towards the zeitgeist, away from heavy historical themes, as one of them deals with the love relationship between a robot and a woman, and criticizes the disadvantages of the rapid changes in the nature of cities.
German cinema rarely has a share in the list of films competing for the Berlin Festival Awards, as it did this year. The fifteen works in pursuit of the “Golden Bear” include five from the host country to which the two great directors Fritz Lang and Wenders belong, note that this is the time. The last German film won the award was in 2004, when Fatih Akin won it for “Head On.”
Among the most prominent German works at the festival is a documentary dealing with the difficult integration of pupils of foreign origin entitled: “Mister Bachmann and His Class,” adapted from an educational novel in Berlin during the 1920s, and a poetic love story “What do we see one we look at the Sky? ». The program also includes two comedies that deal with contemporary and international topics.


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