Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival 2013

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The Famous Five 2 (Fünf Freunde 2 ) (Country: Germany; Year: 2013; Director: Mike Marzuk; Writer: Peer Klehmet, Sebastian Wehlings, based on the book by Enid Blyton; Stars: Valeria Eisenbart, Quirin Oettl, Justus Schlingensiepen, Neele-Marie Nickel, Coffey, Kristo Ferkic, Peter Lohmeyer, Oliver Korittke, Stefan Konarske, Heio von Stetten, Anatole Taubman, Sebastian Gerold, Robert Schenker, Petr Dvorak, Alexander Hutter)
Dick gets kidnapped.
Finsterworld (Country: Germany; Year: 2013; Director: Frauke Finsterwalder; Writer: Frauke Finsterwalder, Christian Kracht; Stars: Christoph Bach, Margit Carstensen, Jakub Gierszal, Corinna Harfouch, Sandra Hüller, Carla Juri, Johannes Krisch, Sarah Mathilda Libbertz, Michael Maertens, Dieter Meier, Max Pellny, Leonard Scheicher, Bernhard Schütz, Ronald Zehrfeld)
Generations of the Sandberg family are revealed through loosely connected strands.
Forget Me Not (Vergiss mein nicht) (Country: Germany; Year: 2012; Director: David Sieveking; Writer: David Sieveking)
Personal account of the documentarian's mother's decline due to Alzheimer’s.
Free Fall (Freier Fall) (Country: Germany; Year: 2013; Director: Stephan Lacant; Stars: Hanno Koffler, Max Riemelt, Katharina Schüttler, Maren Kroymann)
Life turns upside down for a young man whose partner is expecting their fiest chld when he goes on a training course and falls in love with a male colleague.
Nordstrand (Country: Germany; Year: 2013; Director: Florian Eichinger; Writer: Florian Eichinger; Stars: Lennart Bartels, Luise Berndt, William Boer, Martina Krauel, Louis Lex, Daniel Michel, Martin Schleiß, Anna Thalbach, Jan Waßmuth, Rainer Wöss)
Two brothers struggle to come to terms with the lasting effects of domestic violence.
Nothing Bad Can Happen (Country: Germany; Year: 2013; Director: Katrin Gebbe)
Young Tore, a member of a Christian sect called the Jesus Freaks, is taken in by the family of outwardly kindhearted, yet inwardly aggressive Benno.
Parents (Eltern) (Country: Germany; Year: 2013; Director: Robert Thalheim; Writer: Jane Ainscough, Robert Thalheim; Stars: Àlex Brendemühl, Paraschiva Dragus, Maren Eggert, Daniela Holtz, Charly Hübner, Clara Lago, Jannis Niewöhner, Christiane Paul, Emilia Pieske)
A house-husband and his wife find themselves in conflict after the arrival of an au pair.
Sources Of Life (Quellen des Lebens) (Country: Germany; Year: 2013; Director: Oskar Roehler; Writer: Oskar Roehler; Stars: Jürgen Vogel, Moritz Bleibtreu, Meret Becker, Lavinia Wilson, Kostja Ullmann)
The destinies of three generations confront German history from the postwar era up until the 1980s.
Two Mothers (Zwei Mütter) (Country: Germany; Year: 2013; Director: Anne Zohra Berrached; Stars: Karina Plachetka, Sabine Wolf)
A married couple who long for a child find most sperm banks won't help same sex couples, so try a less official route.
West (Lagerfeuer, Westen) (Country: Germany; Year: 2013; Director: Christian Schwochow; Writer: Heide Schwochow, based on the book by Julia Franck; Stars: Jördis Triebel, Tristan Göbel, Alexander Scheer, Anja Antonowicz, Jacky Ido, Stefan Lampadius, Andreas Nickl, Gabriele Schulze, Tania Carlin, Rike Eckermann, Hacky Rumpel, Diana Maria Breuer, Luise Weiß, Michael Witte)
A mother and son try to escape their past in East Berlin by heading west.

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