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hello and welcome through kino d.-w. is weekly movie magazine today we're going to take you back to the nineteen twenty . i mean on berlin takes the german t.v. series to the next level it's the third semester for a below the belt school comedy and we reopen an old case murder on the orient express the remake. of the gross out school comedy me shakespeare i can't say the real name on air because it's far too rude has broken box office records twice before around fifty million cinema goers have followed the antics of unconventional teacher. and the pupils he is supposed to be in charge of film even one fan's beyond germany now the third and apparently final part is out.
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second man and his wife has mauled our back yes going to be trouble especially since seche has to get his little patch through final exams things are about to get serious. that's best the contest now i like the steps to get out. of the article that it's. not scottish michelle thank you for posing for mr comment . i suppose i can use you even cause that's not your way to shop for the i love business the key to this day is just to surely get it just by means anstice yeah. and the house was on the list that i was interested is this much as i document just needed to come to a head shot to get. relief teachers secular has been talking the talk since two thousand and thirteen it's a tried and tested recipe when i was i'm alone but against us what and how did the out of the club. it's in the market comedy with no holds barred told at an
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exhilarating pace german actor and the s. and bard as ecumenist saying the snake lives from x. prison inmate to qualified teacher with the gift of the gab. but they have long also set up the aisle but no here. it's a star turn for the role was tailor made for him. the frightening we always found him very funny as a teacher so that idea was always there there hasn't been a high school film for ages and there are actually a german genre it's a comedy where the teachers are actually works on the students are. bored out of him wrote and directed the film which became a hit with german audiences more than seven million people so far have seen it and it continues to be one of the most successful german films of all time. the movies
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are a laugh a minute with a touch of salt to see second when to go off to thailand with the whole of class ten b. . part two didn't go down with the critics quite as well look. for . us and i for. this. i was very critical of myself and i had my doubts that i would be believable in the roles off that it's often harder to be funny because when you're trying to be funny and it doesn't work it's even worse. up to now it seems to have worked very well part two was also a box office hit the team are resting on my laurels are. they using their celebrity status for good cause just before the last german elections they were up trying to motivate young people to vote. he thinks much money they gave the.
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park three promises to deliver on what made the first two films so successful was that so i. think that's something that. you might take the next. is it really the last one maybe will be a class reunion in ten years yes how can. the international when i saw most of the t.v. series has prompted the german film industry to step up its game in recent years number of directors have turned their attention to the epic form with varying degrees of success now along comes tom six and same with babylon berlin the most expensive t.v. series in german history the waiting is over at least the pay t.v. subscriber so let's follow the money and take
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a rollercoaster ride through the poverty and decadence of roaring twenty's but in. the lead in the spring of one nine hundred twenty nine more than rotten to the core magical. a new german t.v. series brings to life the golden era of the weimar republic whoot and all a period of cultural renaissance decadence and debauchery. if you can books were different but now we can say is that we look for the berlin of the one nine hundred twenty s. in our city because we discovered it in new york and then invented if you will when the city plays the main character in the film. in the one nine hundred twenty s. berlin was at the forefront of a remarkable cultural shift famous for excess when the german people juggled extreme poverty and unemployment with a lust for life. dropping because on the whole there was an incredible explosion of creativity art and culture there was so much going on particularly in berlin
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hundreds of thousands of emigrants came to the city mostly from eastern europe and around the body they were really mixed bunch more welcomed in a city that pulse with the life of millions of people which used to us and where the tyrannies never got. on the streets police and communists back. lead out with a budget of forty million euro spread over sixteen episodes but anybody alone has already made history as the most expensive german t.v. production to date the series took five years to produce and principal photography lasted seven months with most of the exterior shots filmed at the legendary bubbles big studios outside berlin. and look to see if your you know i would be of course try to remodel and simulate many of the original locations but then we also decided to produce a large number of the exterior shots in a studio. so we built a road actually not one but for a whole block were each street represented
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a different ambience by different social milieu. but it was really a fertile representing. one of the main protagonists in the series is inspector gary on the court he's a man of his time broken by the first world war addicted to heroin and suffering from shell shock he buries his pain by working for the homicide squad the inspectors wild is out of joint. entry in the nose as long ling note flashed. on the sauce it's called first corpse. quit trying to muscle shined on the deal they don't get called into two dimensional going fast. the series is based on a novel by focus entitled the wet fish the directors of bell and babylon read it
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and loved it. is a native of cologne and has already written the six hugely popular novel set in berlin in the one nine hundred twenty s. and thirty's. its culture is a crime writer who does an incredible amount of research and manages to recreate an unbelievably vivid picture of the time. just like the novel the series involved huge amounts of research and goes into the finest detail. it's also a small screen extravaganza i thriller in true american style. and i know you know for you it's not enough stuff. for concern and i. am scared. of the girls that i need to obey and. politicised. dr meltzer come along big guns in my readers are going to say this is. the reason.
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it was a huge inferno a time of contrasts. a contrast in that there was extreme poverty but also well faced scuppering with these ones it was very these incredible parties politicized politically no one knew where things were headed. time to the various parties were vying for power. on the show was a time of uncertainty but also of searching for something the size of the. recently celebrated premieres in berlin and los angeles the series has been sold to sixty countries and follow up seasons are in the works to master. this fifty percent for a period of radical change also for women does this. well there was something very
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exciting in the air that involved women and i think that's also a reason why women can identify with that time even today if you stepped in it was different and you. well i'm babylon delivers a nine hundred twenty s. berlin in a way that's bound to get under your skin. probably the greatest detective in the world takes a royal trip but encounters a corpse finding the culprit on a train where everyone is a suspect becomes his most urgent task the great british actor and director kind of rana has taken on the major challenge of remaking murder on the orient express the screen adaptation of the famous novel by crime writer agatha christie and
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a classic of movie history let's take a look. the real killer is right here. what you people. who were. sleeping here. and i can see everyone. the night. train journey and high cross entertainment for all the family that's all we have time for on this edition but as always much more on our facebook and website pages so next week go easy on the popcorn.
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