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Five German movies... and one bonus TV show.
This Oscar-nominated Danish/German film explores a little-known part of WWII's aftermath.
The story sounds too frightening to be true: a mysterious cult in Chile, run by a former Nazi, is unmasked as a haven of child...
In 2012, writer Timur Vermes published Look Who’s Back, perhaps Germany’s most provocative and popular novel in recent memory. Its premise? Adolf Hitler has somehow...
“Land of Oblivion” is a refreshingly authentic movie about the Chernobyl disaster
Meet this 21-year-old Syrian who shot an Oscar-winning film
Top five WWII movies from the German perspective
Review: The Devotion of Suspect X (China, 2017)
Meet India’s “third gender” in “Black Sheep”
Taiwanese director Huang Hui-chen on her film “Small Talk”
Review: River of Exploding Durians (Malaysia, 2014)
Chinese film “The Devotion of Suspect X” hits worldwide theaters March 31