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well cases where there's especially a suspicion of a link to him police are going through that now there are also some of the victims were buried in turkey where exhumations have not taken place so they're probably all more victims whose identity is yet to be revealed. are simon young on the story for us tonight here in berlin simon thank you very much and your update now on deja vu news live from berlin for all of us here in berlin thanks for the company we will be back at the top of the hour with more world news. learn german with w. . anytime anyplace.
a few very extraordinary new films it all begins in the ice age. in one thousand nine hundred one tell you no stumbled across the a list money in the world as it was called shot to stardom overnight the film iceman attempts to reconstruct what life might have looked like even the dialogue of spanx and unintelligible german acting and for what is world cup just as the neolithic comes. to. meet the man. on next. place in czarist russia at the beginning of the twentieth century even before it was released matilda caused outrage among religious extremists who
claimed the film was blasphemous because it portrayed holy is on nicholas the second in love scenes russian orthodox christians even made death threats to the director and lead actor now matilda has arrived in german cinemas we ask the burning question was the film worth. so little is the second as he's never been portrayed before. it's eight hundred ninety four and the young heir apparent has no desire to ascend the throne and the last person to work. still unmarried he embarks on a tempestuous love affair with a young ballerina. the real tara nucleus the second was executed by bolshevik troops in july one thousand nine hundred eighteen in the wake of the october revolution that marked an end to the monarchy in russia ushering in
a new era in two thousand the tsar was declared a saint by the russian orthodox church to be especially devout that makes him untouchable they have strongly denounced the film without having seen it the lead role is played by german actor lars iding in tones of i'm going to damage my six are the country stars. the producers of the project with a twenty five million euro budget wanted i do know for the role after seeing him give a guest performance at a theater in moscow he's still not sure why he was chosen. by theo and why did they pick me why is lost i being a from berlin playing nicholas the second the last russian tsar. at the film's moscow premiere director alexy who to tell appeared relaxed despite a slew of death threats against his actors religious fanatics wanted to prevent the film from being released their protests have sparked months of debate in the press
and on the streets. there have been attacks cars and cinemas set on fire. than driven into a movie theatre death threats kept laws i don't know from attending the premiere. of the simple but. there have been rewards offered for people to burn down some of us showing the film and of course i also present a very big target also to china. it's difficult to understand all the uproar the film is a celebration of patriotism the ballerina leaves her indecisive tsar and reason of state prevails. in india. that must go. fight. with them because they want to see quantified the film has things to say about the time in which it's sad but it has more to say about russia today where
culture has become an arena for ideological battles that sometimes unintentionally funny and there's more kitsch than drama and it's a weak film and not really worth all the debate surrounding it. raises just what. the fuss and he. gloated for the next cuckoo for. kooky. germany's passed off as plenty of material for artists to explore and as the era of nazi rule in particular that seems to be inexhaustible for filmmakers trying to make sense of this long dark chapter in german history the dr drama the invisibles tells the story of four young jews who survived the war by disappearing in plain sight and it delivers a moving portrayal of nine hundred forty s. berlin. was for
sale it's nineteen forty three the nazis are hunting down the last jews left living in germany the ones they find are deported to the death camps what way out do the last survivors have. seventeen year old honey levy decides to hide in berlin by making herself unrecognizable as a jew having the time. to make it as a plot of. honey levy becomes hunted a lot of incline the docu drama of the invisibles combines dramatic reenactments and interviews with contemporary witnesses. to love each not mind now unlike the night i was seeing. him make a deal to clear definition as a two movie can be and his will for the young so have been some eleven thousand jews risked going underground in nazi germany to avoid being sent to
a death camp this film tells four of their stories who pretended to be a war widow and was housed with an army colonel. suggesting user cintas the window to talk than i've ever since. i can flee to is sixteen when he goes into hiding he often has to change his protectors. she all motion house joins a resistance group for which she for just passports. to destruct on those most even ideas you just treat sky and the screen you see. just inside jordan and well it's very important to the people who live the stories to tell them to others because they're stories that prove that not all germans were bad you lose a door to go direct or close creflo research these stories for ten years honey levy
came to berlin for the film's premiere she showed us a flood the apartment where she hid it belonged to the usher of the cinema where honey often went to stay warm during the day. and truly when. she sniffed. things even in existence when in fact dad he didn't is that he's being viewed as being thoughtful and. trust me. and daddy to me his out. comes to me and benefiting the i'm a lion image and i'm not silly. some five thousand jews survived by going underground seventeen hundred of them in berlin motivated by compassion their helpers risked their own lives such as the woman who saved us because yeah since he had a snake
a small. one how to mighty for art oh my hands in the us i miss good luck and that's exactly cindy is void to my own father learn to say. this my you know. this is yeah. you know when. she on the show and house didn't live to see the film's premiere the project had taken years to produce due to lack of financing the fact that it's finally being released is another triumph for the survivors. our last film for today is set in one thousand nine hundred seventy six it's dripping a hot summer and three generations have gathered together in the countryside to squabble and bicker after a death in the family so no mother corners debut feature for god is a detailed and compassionate study of family relations set firmly against the
backdrop of west germany in the one nine hundred seventy s. . summer of one nine hundred seventy six three generations spend their vacation in a community garden. is a paradise or is it hell. they can just about manage to avoid the wasps but inside the summer homes there's plenty of stinging going on one daughter in law is somehow in competition with her sister in law getting a single mother at the time that implants all the time as if he doesn't have a chance of this this is due was always consider going to. the army all these youngsters have no intention. of harvesting just last. year my own family . smouldering conflicts unfulfilled yearnings directors.
concentrates on the atmosphere that can quickly erupt in the heat and humidity there's a constant threat on the horizon. it's a moment of. tension and melancholy comedy and tragedy blend seamlessly together in this microcosm just like in real life. director sunny. first feature film has the explicitly language pace of a scorching summer it's in a stealth trip back to the one nine hundred seventy s. with loving attention to detail and wonderful characters not enough good and. mom. doing diner shyster on the other.
that amount of atmospheric disturbance can end dramatically just like on a hot summer's day. that's all we have time for today i hope you've enjoyed our cinematic trip through history next week we'll introduce seven german acting talents to keep an eye on until. international. journalists discuss the topic of the week as the global climate conference gets underway here in germany do any change policy still child. donald
trump says yes but our guest this week on quadriga begs to differ to. quadriga next on d w. this gets your synapses snapping tickling every nerve. this is something new. put on your virtual reality glasses. shake a leg and dance a project which blurs the boundaries between imagination and reality. the romance sixty minutes on the w. . bush and his germany is a strong country. that we have achieved so much we can do this and if something
hinders us we must overcome it india. going where it's uncomfortable global news that matters w made for mines. united against climate change. big challenges for the twenty third u.n. climate conference in bonn how are nations working to meet their paris agreement targets. g w is there and reporting daily. from the cup twenty three this weekend next on d w news. hello and welcome to quadriga can this year's u.n. climate conference take meaningful action to put the paris agreement into place and to save nations like.