The Lives of Others: films reviewed in 50 words-ish

Inspired by Lenin’s complaint that he’d not finish the revolution if he listened to Beethoven (it softened him), The Lives of Others is a mighty movie in which the spy is saved by the art of his subject. But don’t let that fool you into expecting anything other than a hard nosed film of grim reality.
A film of the year contending 10 out of 10.
Director: Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck……Starring: Ulrich Mühe……Sebastian Koch……Martina Gedeck
Curse of the Golden Flower……Sunshine

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