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Why Can't Live Without You

Post by grupsolblau on Mon Apr 20, 2015 7:15 am

On the bright side, Movie has good production values and captures the dreary atmosphere of Stalin-era Russia quite nicely. The sets and costumes look particularly great, and the film has a kind of dinginess that feels raw and gritty.

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Post by Warcat on Sat May 02, 2015 10:20 pm

French, was killed for the sake of the Germany he ardently loved even in the hour of its distress. He had obstinately refused to denounce his fellow offenders, or rather the chief offenders. Thus he acted like Leo Schlageter. But like him, he too was betrayed to France by a representative of his government. It was a director of the Augsburg police who earned that shoddy glory, thus setting an example for the new German authorities of Heir Severing's Reich. In this little town on the river Inn, gilded by the light of German martyrdom, there lived, at the end of the eighties of the last century, my parents, Bavarian by blood, Austrian by nationality : the father a faithful civil servant, the Poincar6's policy in the Chamber. That induced the government to make a show of firmness
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