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but i also admire people who want to stay here and who decided to create something good in peace time what needs to happen if tolerance and reconciliation are to stand a chance to start this city's after war starting march tenth on g.w. . everybody welcome to another half hour of european lifestyle and culture is what's coming up. craze of craftsman and model makers the one vice is highly sought after in the film industry in korean cuisine a bell in the restaurant serves up all spend to get him back. and back and
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biography on the new album german rockers taco truck make take a trip down memory lane. on thursday evening the berlin international film festival began with film stars assembling on the red carpet the belly nala started off with a screening of the film i love dogs this stop motion animation is directed by wes anderson but he needed the help of a berlin to make it happen. visor is a model and prop maker of the highest order working with top hollywood directors to bring their vision to life we caught up with him at his workshop. it's good to fight the adventures in iowa dogs take place in a dystopian future. the models that from the background to the stop motion animation are the creation. of
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berlin the battle for decades he and his team have been producing scale models and props for film and television productions are much like the ones they have now made for wes anderson his band of canine teams. to him tiger they made backdrops and sets of course instead of building big sats like in an ordinary feature film it's all made on a much smaller scale the goal isn't to make something realistic. we created our own while walking together with the set designers the director and others. but i think it's not the first collaboration with the director seymour and vice i also worked on anderson's hit comedy the grand budapest hotel. his miniature scale model of the hotel helped create an astounding old world opulence that anderson brought to life on screen.
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i love models and when i and i i just respond that there's a some kind of charm in i mean it's a funny thing because usually i'm i want to do the model in the first place we work on the model i know it's i'm i'm doing it because it's a model but then when it's in the movie i am always trying to convince people it's not a model and everybody knows instantly you can tell instantly one of them are you not fooling anybody but it's something that i associate with sort of cinema history. for the grand budapest hotel cmon vi said did more than just create models elements of the landscape that forms the backdrop to the action and we're also first created in miniature like the street. and have you ever seen a real forest like this. it's almost like
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a painting. you'd never find anything like this in real life it's something that was created by hand with design or that is the fact is what's so fascinating even after all these years you still have to think about what you're creating and how you'll make it. there is still surprises even now. his first models were ships that were swallowed by whales in the one nine hundred eighty eight release of the adventures of baron munchausen. he also made little glass bottles for tom to prayer screen version of the historical novel perfume. i think when hollywood began producing at the bubbles back studios outside berlin cmon vice was there from the start for clinton turned tino's inglourious basterds he built a model of a cinema that went up in flames some of the weapons were also forged in vices workshop. as it is with metal this knife belonged to brad painted in glorious bastards for it was his main weapon the one he used to carve
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a swastika in crystal vance's vol head with the whites records in the still good stuff with photos to get on and off topic yet whenever you go through the feelings of shock his team also delivered the futuristic weapons used in cloud atlas. for the three musketeers he created old rapiers and made models of flying ships. making the impossible possible is seaman vice a specialty. but. cannot give filmmaking you have to be able to deliver good creative solutions at the drop of a hat and i have to be down on time and within budget of our projects here at bubble's back are a good training ground for that and pfizer is one of the people in the industry who still masters the traditional filmmakers craft the know they have. at the filming of bridge of spies director steven spielberg realized that the cockpit of the u two spy plane was too narrow for the cameras. cmon vice and then built
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a model that looked so want to take that filming could be done from the cockpits interior. and not have to sometimes there's something you haven't done before a new challenge and you suddenly find yourself with an opportunity to work with a true master. but in the end it's all very professional and they ask you and you just make sure you do a good job and. twenty years ago i once said if i ever get the chance to work with spielberg i'll retire right then and there. but of course you do still have to keep working off towards them with the law. and that's a good thing too wes anderson's animated adventure would have looked very different without the creations of cmon vises workshop.
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time for a quick roundup of what's happening across europe will be heading to britain twice but first a quick pit stop and it's really. a multimedia exhibition celebrating the works of gustav clumped has opened in rome the austrian painter who died one hundred years ago he's considered one of the pioneers of beginner's art nouveau movement the claim to. experience installations include projections of several hundred works from paintings and sketches the show will continue through june tenth. a new fashion initiative representing all fifty three countries of the commonwealth has been launched in london the commonwealth fashion exchange aims to boost rising talents of the member nations among them designer euphemia and sidney davies who
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fled her native sierra leone at the age of eleven the project also enjoys the support of the duchess of cambridge the first designs from the initiative will be showcased during dungeon fashion week at buckingham palace on monday. belle and sebastian have a new album out the scottish pop band recorded fifteen original songs for how to solve our human problems including we were beautiful. really but. over the last two decades belle and sebastian have made a name for themselves putting out low fi indie pop with heart and soul they're currently touring europe before heading to north america in june. that's a german rock band that is celebrating its twenty five year anniversary talking tronic were formed during the tail end of the how school movement during the
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eighty's and ninety's several bands that sang their socio critical lyrics in german sprang up in the hound bird region targets on external remain relevant today as proven by the fact that their latest album recently made it to number one in the chops. this single electric guitar from took a tonic is a trip back into. time and the coming of age anthem front man not so grew up in a small town in southwestern germany he always felt like an outsider those emotions are now we call them the band's new album titled. for infinity. he might not be exactly shocked because can fall i remember how anxious i was i wasn't brave or cruel because i remember feeling threatened by other kids. kids can be so nasty maybe i didn't fit into that dominant boy set up like them and he said
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this will be nothing to do with shame all of us who passed out in the video this long haired boy plays young from not so who's now forty six years old the sixteen songs on talk of tonics new album are part autobiographical and include moments of sadness and embarrassment. discography. a lot of people writing their autobiography to stay away from those issues. and. the wall memories are often hazan or memorials and people usually prefer to remember the beautiful moment rather than the painful ones. but the tough times have an impact on us to. pray to. the indie rockers twenty fifth anniversary sees them returning to their early days
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instead of abstracting was to constructions it's back to basics on the lyrics front . the tonic was founded in hamburg in one thousand nine hundred ninety three they wrote pensively rex and soon made a name for themselves as germany's pop intellectuals in the late ninety's took a tonic also became commercially successful their studio albums have regularly featured in the german top. ten and they like to raise the bar with each new release. that might be. used to just spew out the albums but it was fun and led to good results but we've decided that for us that's not the right way to do things anymore. you're getting a form that was. after twenty five years and twelve studio albums under their belts took a tonic are still going as strong as ever and they'll start their tear in march but fans will have to hurry the first few shows are already sold out.
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we stay in germany next stop bolin the german capital scullery scene is bursting with flavors from around the globe and all series fifty kitchens one city we take you behind the scenes of some of the city's best international restaurants today we're off to the district of quite spec to get a taste of the kimchi princess a korean restaurant run by young me snowden park she shows us how to make the national dish up. it's come to that that when i came to berlin it was the best city in the world as far as i was concerned but i really missed the kind of food i ate in korea and it was nothing like what i had at home. and that's about mr felt like me but this was also a. young me snowden parks family moved to germany in one thousand nine hundred sixty
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six. she was born in the german city of bargain in one nine hundred seventy nine after finishing high school she spent a year in the south korean capital so. that helps solidify her career roots. today she feels equally at home in both cultures germany and south korea. in two thousand and nine young may opened a restaurant can she princess quite spoke to strict about although she has a degree from drama school a friend inspired her to make cooking for her profession. at first she sold her dishes at a local christmas market. this test phase turned into a huge success bought it took another four years for young me to find the right location for her concept restaurant here. i walked by here and thought it was great
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and that it didn't look like a restaurant i fell in love with it right away despite the fact that it looked terrible. everything was covered in orange tiles the interior was completely ugly but the architecture fascinated me i also liked that it was on two floors i think. it was love at first sight it's not even that is. but. the sundays off mystic. together with a business partner young me spent three months renovating the former night. she wanted to create a korean restaurant with authentic food in a sleek and modern setting that would appeal to an international cleone tell in the beginning she hired a gastronomy expert to help implement our ideas. through . the cyclone it was amazing the way it all developed in the
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beginning some of my guests said things like where is korea anyhow or what is korea. he had no idea this and sometimes i thought take a look at your cell phone that's actually a south korean brand and gets the money that says it's but in the last four years or so forty or fifty korean restaurants have opened in berlin and. it's a great feeling seeing it becomes a stablished it's. a new calm this. is a traditional and very popular korean dish. they can be made with vegetables tofu or beef if you use beef the first step is to prepare a seasoned marinate. the
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meat should marinate for at least an hour. the word even bob literally means mixed rice which is the base of the dish. then you just add a few of your favorite toppings whatever appeals. unlike in some asian countries in south korea the rice is eaten with a spoon chopsticks are only used for side dishes. adkins the princess even bop is one of the most popular dishes on the menu. as a sitter and the one that she looks wonderful when it served and you also get a soup with it. you don't eat the soup first the way you normally do in germany the soup is eaten with the b.b. . another important thing is that you first season it with spicy paste
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and then makes it well with your spoon. many guests are reluctant to do that because it looks so pretty and they don't want to ruin it but it really should be stirred. when she opened her restaurant more than eighty years ago the immediate neighborhood didn't have all that many restaurants many of her friends thought the venture would fail. the area has since become trendy. kimchi princess was one young means friends used to call her the nickname is a reference to kim chee of the menteith cabbage dish that's popular in korea when young we opened her restaurant she knew pretty quickly what she wanted to name it. meanwhile she's open to more eateries in balance.
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and you are going. to need to. get to sail. on carbon hoofed is not your average retiree is over seventy but still loves to go clubbing and has been dubbed the hipster grandpa in fact he says he goes dancing for up to ten hours every saturday after a photograph of him went viral he's now being booked for gigs as a model and actor let's meet the man who challenges the world to live a wild and dangerous life. the streets of berlin are going to end on common health care he favors hack bow tie waist coat and jeans he always has he used to be a chef by profession it wasn't until he was over seventy that he became a model and a sought after one at that whether it's for fashion shoots or t.v. commercials but he still determines the way he presents himself to the world.
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sometimes very formal sometimes very light hearted dancing through the city. times like this it all depends but never anything artificial. ok maybe a little sometimes. the hips the grandpa as he sometimes called is all over the internet. his fame began when a photographer posted a shot of him online nothing commercial just a snapshot and then it started circulating on social media this was the photo. that's fortunate now that i'm no longer employed there is nothing to stop me from doing whatever i would like to divide off i don't feel passionate about. but i know double of course. he's frequently consulted by fashion bogus and likes going dancing a man who enjoys life. because i want to feel
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alive and be involved and i may have that last for life and i have not forgotten that i am motile us that one day it will all be over his other pieces like this but until then i'm going to live the way i want to only we each made us for sure. he's certainly not joe typical elderly gentleman but anton crap and hurst is not the kind to conform his outlook just go for it. it's time for the final installment in this week's series coal of the mountains today we're moving away from the alps to the polish czech border to climb the cup the mountains crest forms the border between the two countries with an altitude of around one thousand six hundred metres it's the lowest peak we've travelled to this week but it has plenty to offer apart from the beautiful scenery that is also
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a rather alien looking observatory. it's a fourteen minute ride from the czech ski resort of exports to the top of mount. as it's called in chan. and it's ideal for hiking climbing and cross-country skiing. the czech polish border runs right across the mountain range. and at the top on the polish side the concrete u.f.o. is actually a weather station it opened in one thousand nine hundred seventy four. the wind can get pretty strong up here and when it gets to over sixty kilometers an hour the cable cars can only go half way up. yes into if you're sent us this
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is my first time here so it's all new to me. it's certainly very wintry. over on the polish side of the mountain there is no snow it's all the poles this is the only area that has not. we didn't know we would not be able to ride all the way to the top in the cable car today but it doesn't matter. the weather is wonderful salvation is matthew for them both because of him. according to folklore there is a famous spirit living in this mountain range rupert sol the giant is the subject of many legends and fairy tales he may be fictional but he's everywhere and he's good to those who are nice to him and stands guard outside many a house in pits points nia. and in the polish town of carpaccio on the other side of the mountain as well and. the winter sports resort even has a museum devoted to the spirit he is after all rather like the patron saint of the
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region. don't want to know what our mountain spirit as rough as the landscapes and weather but he is fair minded if he helps people in need and punishes those who harm nature. here we see him teaching a lesson to a farmer who would not let a girl take wheat from his fields to bake a law. of bread. but on your own. on the check side there are several ski slopes. people come here from all over the world for winter sports fun . many sign up for classes to improve their technique. usually runs a ski school. it's about seventy percent downhill skiing but there is also a snow park and you can snowboard. a bit more but we have
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a total of forty four kilometers of ski slopes here and fitness board but in. an alternative to zipping down a ski slope is hiking. either way to recover from the exertion visitors can stop for a rest and a meal in a traditional mountain launch. one local specialty is a soup made with fermented sourdough eggs potatoes and mushrooms. to. name but it was your god who shot this in his very special because it's in the middle of a national park and there's a total ban on new construction. this place is just for visitors to the mountain will. follow. they come in large numbers all
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year round the top of mount snow is the coldest place in the czech republic it snows there one hundred seventy days a year but when the skies are clear it's a truly stunning sight. all this week we've been asking you to vote for your favorite holiday destination on our website in the course of several us from corinthian greece got in touch as. and we'll probably not be climbing any mountains soon his ideal vacation is a sun sand and surf holiday thanks to everyone who took part in the costs will be sending you an exclusive if you're a max wrist watch that's all for today's show we'll be back tomorrow with the highlights of the week bye bye for now. on the next edition with your imax highlights mocktails economical towns are also reaching your. wrong is the highest mountain of the alps and
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a magnet for winter sports enthusiasts. and the art of swiss twins patrick and frank recommend that and more next time only duramax highlights.
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