The Berlin Pastry Chef (2017) Review

We have before us the first feature film of the hitherto short film specialist. The artist in question is Ofir Raul Graizer, who offers us a story that contains autobiographical elements.  The resulting film is called The Berlin Repostero, which I now comment on. Opening scene The opening scene is …

Lars Kraume’s The Silent Revolution (2018)

Germany is still looking back and trying to explain what happened before and after 1945. This time, Lars Kraume has directed and drafted the script for this 1956 Berlin-based film 4K, based on the same title story written by Dietrch Garstka. The Silent Revolution is a film that puts us …

‘Double lives’: the delicious French art of adultery

At first glance, ‘Double lives’ offers an attentive x-ray of the earthquakes that digital culture is generating in the world of bibliographic publishing and literary creation. Alain (a very suitable Guillaume Canet ) is a middle-aged publisher in charge of a firm with a historical catalog and enormous prestige. Now …