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Der goldene Handschuh is a movie starring Jonas Dassler, Margarete Tiesel, and Adam Bousdoukos. A serial killer strikes fear in the hearts of residents of Hamburg during the early 1970s.

Crime, Drama, Thriller, Horror
Fatih Akin
Margarete Tiesel, Katja Studt, Jonas Dassler, Adam Bousdoukos

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Genres Crime, Drama, Thriller, Horror
Director Fatih Akin
Writer Fatih Akin, Heinz Strunk
Stars Margarete Tiesel, Katja Studt, Jonas Dassler, Adam Bousdoukos
Country France, Germany
Also Known As El monstruo de St. Pauli, O Bar Luva Dourada, Den vidrige Herr Honka, Il mostro di St. Pauli, Altın Eldiven, Kultainen hansikas, Den gyldne handske, Der Goldene Handschuh, Το Χρυσό Γάντι, The Golden Glove, Den Gylne Hanske, 屋根裏の殺人鬼フリッツ・ホンカ, 金手套虐殺事件, Golden Glove, Złota Rękawiczka, Az Arany Kesztyű
Runtime 1 h 55 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A serial killer strikes fear in the hearts of residents of Hamburg during the early 1970s.

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Friday, 03 Jul 2020 08:00

There are many examples of how people can use the internet to find out information about someone that they might not want to know about, and then they can go ahead and exploit it for their own ends. So the question becomes, what is the public interest in knowing about a person who is mentally unstable? Or perhaps the less mentioned but equally relevant question of how far is the public willing to go to get information about a person they may have an issue with. Do the people in power need the information? In the case of "The Gift", the answers to both questions are 'yes', and, in the case of "V/H/S", the answers are 'yes' and 'no'. The same might be said of the premise of "Bad Blood", which is how we meet, but not what we have. While the premise of "Bad Blood" is sound, the way it is executed leaves much to be desired, which is what made it so interesting in the first place. The acting in "Bad Blood" is good, but I don't think the acting was top notch. The problem is that it takes the movie way too long to really get to the point. When the action does start to happen, the movie seems to be going in one direction and then it moves in a completely different direction. The problem is that I have no idea what the point of all this is. I guess it's supposed to show how this person, who was a real life serial killer, became so messed up that he would kill his family. The thing is, there is no real motivation for why he would do that, it just seems to happen to him. Why he did it, how did it happen, how did it affect his family, all I'm really trying to figure out is why he did it. There are too many questions I don't have an answer for. I'm really disappointed in this movie because the execution was just awful. I'll just let that pass. The ending is worth noting because it's one of the most chilling endings I've ever seen. "Bad Blood" is a surprisingly good movie, even though it leaves too many unanswered questions. It's a good movie to sit down with a group of friends and watch. It's not a good movie to watch alone, but if you are with friends you might like it.
Wednesday, 03 Jun 2020 05:37

I have only seen one movie of the 'next big thing' in the German movies. I can't remember the title, but it was probably 'Cries of the Damned'. That one was released in the early 80's. If you've seen it, I can't really point you to this movie. This movie is different. Not as original as the one mentioned, but not bad either. It doesn't hold a candle to the masterpieces of the 80's. It's not as subtle as the last one, but it doesn't have the cheap thrills. The whole movie is set in a mysterious place called 'The Dark'. People don't know where it is, and people are afraid of it. There is a group of guys that is trying to solve the mystery. The only way to find out is to go and investigate it. That's it. The movie is slow. It isn't bad, but it isn't good either. The acting isn't bad, but the characters are a little bit dull. It's not the best German movie I've ever seen, but it isn't the worst. I'm sure it will be good after the 2nd one, but I'm not really sure of that. Maybe I'll see the first one next time I watch this one. There is a man that is searching for something, that he can't quite find. Maybe he'll find it at the end of the movie. The movie isn't that long, and I didn't really feel bored, even though I was too tired to pay attention to the story. There is a very cool twist near the end, but it wasn't the most entertaining or well thought out one. I would recommend this movie to people that are into the German movies of the 80's. It's not a masterpiece, but it is worth seeing. The acting is also not bad. The mystery is a little bit predictable. The mystery is also a little bit predictable. The twist is a little bit unpredictable. It's not the best movie you'll ever see, but it's not the worst either. 7/10
Friday, 24 Apr 2020 16:45

Bergman (Eric Bana) is a German zoologist. He has been out of work for years due to his cancer treatment. He's spending his time getting drunk in bars and with women. He's also been spending some time on a bus with his wife and two sons. The bus is going to Cologne. As Bergman's son watches the bus, Bergman meets a prostitute, who quickly begins to take interest in him. Bergman is horrified to discover that he is not the only one attracted to this woman. Bergman and the prostitute are on the verge of a relationship, but Bergman's wife is worried about the possible loss of their family. At the same time, Bergman begins to think he has a murderer in his back yard. A German policeman (Klaus Kinski) is investigating the murder. The policeman is a man of few words, and Bergman has no choice but to trust him. Bergman is not a particularly sympathetic character, and there is not much depth in the character. Kinski is perfect as the policeman, and he is in a lot of trouble. The film is well directed by Max Ophuls, who is known for the oddball films like "The World According to Garp". The film is more of a mystery than a thriller, and it is interesting that the policeman can't figure out what is going on. The film is dark and dreary, with little to no action. There are some scenes of nudity, but there is no nudity in this film. There are also several scenes that are quite disturbing. Ophuls was also responsible for the great "The Black Stallion". Although I have not seen that film, it is quite obvious that "The Black Stallion" was more of a comedy than a thriller. I think this is a film that might be very entertaining for certain types of people. I would recommend this film to those who like movies like "The Black Stallion" and "The Last King of Scotland". The film is only ninety minutes, and I found it easy to sit through. It is not a movie for people who are easily bored.

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