Cleo

After the death of Cleos mother, she stays with her father alone in Berlin. Her dream is to go back in time to safe her mother and see the past.

The idea of finding a traveling clock that allows you to travel back in time to correct mistakes that happened before that’s just one of the best things that could happen in our life. What if we could go back in time and avoid the destruction that Berlin had go through….

Fortunately she finds a time travel clock drawn on a map and she convinces her father to search for the clock. But she doesn’t know that her father will die because of old mines planted under the surface in Berlin.

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Hausnummer 95

Auf der fünfzehnten Etage befindet sich ein großer Raum und eine attraktive Terrasse, so dass man eine schöne Aussicht auf Berlin hat. In diesem Raum setzen wir uns um einen großen Tisch und auf selbst gebaute Stühle. Wir sind ungefähr 20 Teilnehmer. Wir diskutieren über Filme, lernen, wie man darüber schreiben und seine Meinung äußern kann. Weiterlesen „Hausnummer 95“

My Balcony for Berlin

Der Himmel über Berlin (Wings of Desire ), directed by Wim Wenders, 1987, shown in the section Berlinale Classics.

“Not to find one’s way around a city does not mean much. But to lose one’s way in a city, as one loses one’s way in a forest, requires some schooling. Street names must speak to the urban wanderer like the snapping of dry twigs, and little streets in the heart of the city must reflect the times of day, for him, as clearly as a mountain valley.” *

At many occasions in this film you will find the way of shooting the scenes from “Bird’s-eye view” perspective. But what makes these shots unique that the bird/viewer had prior knowledge with the timeline of humans, streets, buildings and so on. And that perspective strongly supported by the smoothness of the sliding shots which made these scenes look like a suspended life, for souls did not found a place at the reality/city so they will share the sky with the angels. Weiterlesen „My Balcony for Berlin“