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Peaceful Times

Peaceful Times

by Neele Leana Vollmar

Germany in the 1960s: Peaceful times in the West can start at last, if only Irene Striesow could manage to shake off the past. She is homesick for East Germany ...

Pepperminta

Pepperminta

by Pipilotti Rist

Pepperminta is an anarchist of the imagination. Colors are the young woman's best friends and strawberries are her pets. Together with her friends she sets out to fight for a more humane world ...

Permanent Vacation

Permanent Vacation

by Jim Jarmusch

PERMANENT VACATION is Jim Jarmusch‘s first feature. It is a narrative, which follows two and a half days in the life of Aloysious Parker, a young wanderer with no home, no school, and no job. He has lived in all kinds of situations and with many different people - almost all of them exiles from the daily, working world. Now, at the age of sixteen, Allie drifts into and out of strange encounters with other misfits; always moving, always keeping just ahead of whatever it is that seems to be chasing him.

Peter Handke – In the woods, might be late

Peter Handke – In the woods, might be late

by Corinna Belz

An encounter with Peter Handke, 1960s international popstar author, and an unmistakable literary voice for over fifty years: one of the greatest writers of our time. The film tells of a great timidity and of surmounting it, of a love of literature, and of the ever-burning question: How to live?

PETTING ZOO

PETTING ZOO

by Micah Magee

A story of love, sex and teen pregnancy in San Antonio, Texas. PETTING ZOO is the portrait of a young woman coming into her own, in an environment that does not always present ideal circumstances.

Phoenix

Phoenix

by Christian Petzold

Set after the Second World War, PHOENIX tells the story of Nelly, a disfigured Holocaust survivor (Nina Hoss). Unrecognizable after facial reconstruction surgery, Nelly returns to find out if her husband (Ronald Zehrfeld) has betrayed her or loves her.

Photograph

Photograph

by Ritesh Batra

Two lives intersect in Mumbai and go along together. A struggling street photographer, pressured to marry by his grandmother, convinces a shy stranger to pose as his fiancée. The pair develops a connection that transforms them in ways that they could not expect. From Ritesh Batra (The Lunchbox).

Polluting Paradise

Polluting Paradise

by Fatih Akin

Ten years ago it was decided to dump waste in the hills above the Black Sea village of Camburnu. The villagers' struggle against the Turkish state has lasted as long - the mayor and the whole village against Ministers of State, judges and financial interests...