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Identities 2017: Siebzehn (Seventeen)

Siebzehn Austria 2017 Written by Monja Art Directed by Monja Art Watched on 13.06.2017 Too bad. While it took me a while to really get into the movie (for example, the acting of the supporting cast was a little amateurish; … Continue reading

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Identities 2017: Zwielicht (Twilight) & Mathias (Mathew)

One evening, the Identities film festival played a double bill of Austrian short films about queer subjects, which couldn’t have been more different from each other. Not just because the first one, “Zwielicht”, is almost 40 years old, while “Mathias” … Continue reading

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/slash 2016 – Day 1: Attack of the Lederhosenzombies

Attack of the Lederhosenzombies Austria 2016 Written by Dominik Hartl & Armin Prediger Directed by Dominik Hartl Watched on 22.09.2016 The title should already make it clear that “Attack of the Lederhosenzombies” isn’t a straight-out horror movie, but rather a … Continue reading

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Austrian Cinema #03: Der Knochenmann (The Bone Man)

Der Knochenmann AUT 2009 Written by Wolf Haas, Josef Hader & Wolfgang Murnberger Directed by Wolfgang Murnberger Watched on 08.08.2015 “Der Knochenmann” ranks somewhere in the middle between “Komm, süßer Tod” and “Silentium” for me. Once again, Simon Brenner stumbles … Continue reading

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Austrian Cinema #02: Silentium

Silentium AUT 2004 Written by Wolf Haas, Josef Hader & Wolfgang Murnberger Directed by Wolfgang Murnberger Watched on 23.07.2015 After the success of “Komm, süßer Tod”, and given the fact that there were many more Brenner-novels by Wolf Haas who … Continue reading

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Austrian Cinema #01: Komm, süßer Tod (Come, Sweet Death)

Komm, süßer Tod AUT 2000 Written by Wolf Haas, Josef Hader & Wolfgang Murnberger Directed by Wolfgang Murnberger Watched on 13.07.2015 Hello and welcome to yet another new feature on my blog. In this category, I’m going to put the … Continue reading

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