Berlin International Film Festival 2019

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Adoption (Örökbefogadás) (Country: Hungary; Year: 1975; Director: Márta Mészáros; Writer: Ferenc Grunwalsky, Gyula Hernádi, Márta Mészáros; Stars: Katalin Berek, Gyöngyvér Vigh, Péter Fried, László Szabó, István Szõke, Flóra Kádár, János Boros, Erzsi Varga, István Kaszás, Anikó Kiss, Zsófi Mészáros, Judit Felvidéki, Irén Rácz, Erika Jozsi, András Szigeti)
A single factory worker who wants to have a child with her secret lover takes in a teenager from a children's home.
The Invincibles (Die Sieger) (Country: Germany; Year: 1994; Director: Dominik Graf; Writer: Dominik Graf, Peter Hollweg, Klaus Maas, Günter Schütter; Stars: Herbert Knaup, Katja Flint, Hansa Czypionka, Heinz Hoenig, Heinrich Schafmeister, Michael Breitsprecher, Hannes Jaenicke, Werner Karle Jr., Thomas Schücke, Meret Becker, Valerie Vail, Natalia Wörner, Bernd Stegemann, Sybille Waury, Claudia Brachmann)
The head of a police special forces unit becomes caught up in a web of corruption.
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The Word (Ordet) (Country: Denmark; Year: 1955; Director: Carl Theodor Dreyer; Writer: Kaj Munk, Carl Theodor Dreyer; Stars: Hanne Aagesen, Kirsten Andreasen, Sylvia Eckhausen, Birgitte Federspiel, Ejner Federspiel, Ann Elisabeth Groth, Emil Hass Christensen, Cay Kristiansen, Preben Lerdorff Rye, Henrik Malberg, Gerda Nielsen, Ove Rud, Susanne Rud, Henry Skjær, Edith Trane)
The saga of a farming family in Denmark’s rural Jutland, who face conflict over religion.
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The iconic man Jonathan Baker on Becoming Iconic and Inconceivable

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