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The Edge of Heaven is the new film from Fait Akin, a German director of Turkish descent. He won the Best Screenwriting Award at the Cannes Film Festival in 2007 and it confirms that Akin is really one of the most interesting younger filmmakers working in Germany and maybe in Europe.

 

And in some ways, this is a movie about east meeting west. The characters are both Turkish and German, and they travel back and forth between those two countries. But it's not a schematic tale of immigration or of culture clash. It's really about individual destinies, about desire, about family life, about ambition, about class, about all of these things and how they work in a world where people move around a lot, where people encounter each other by accident, where globalization is both a governing abstraction and a fact of daily life.

 

There are three stories that are told not quite in chronological order, it's sort of the style of narration that we've got used to from Babel and Crash and movies like that.

It's divided basically into three chapters. There are three sets of parents and children that are central to the story.

 

I don't want to say too much really about the way that these stories intersect because one of the wonderful things about this movie is the style of its story telling. In some cases, it gives a  way right at the beginning what's going to happen. Two of the chapter titles announced the deaths of characters, so you know before you even met the characters, so you know something is going to happen. But you don't know quite how.

 

There are a lot of surprises. There are a lot of overlaps, a lot of interesting patterns that emerge as these stories get on. There's also a lot of violence and a lot of bad feeling. This is a movie about violence against women, about the violence that the state enacts on its citizens, about the violence that citizens give back to the state when they are frustrated by what is doing to them.

 

And it has a very interesting tone of both engagement and detachment. That is, Akin is watching all these people and what they do without judging them, or without steering our sympathies in any particular direction. But at the same time, there's an enormous compassion and humanity and even tenderness that emerges in this movie, even in its cruelest and harshest moments. It really offers an interesting window on aspects of life in Europe and beyond Europe in the world today.

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The edge of heaven is the new film from Fatih Akin,a German director of Turkish descent.He won the Best Screenwriting Award at the Cannes Film Festival in 2007 and it confirms that Akin is really one of the most interesting younger filmmakers working in Germany and maybe in Europe.


And in some ways,this is a movie about easts meeting wests.The characters are both Turkish and German,and they travel back and forth between those two countries.But it's not a * tale of immigration or of culture class.It's really about individual destinies,about desire,about family life,about ambition,about class, about all of these things and how they work in a world where people move around a lot,where people encounter each other by accident,where globalization is both a governing abstraction and a fact of daily life.


There are three stories in it.They are told,not quite in chronological order,it's sort of the style of narration that we've got news to from Babel and Crash and movies like that.
It's divided basically into three chapters.There are three sets of parents and children,that are central to the story.

 

I don't want to say too much really about the way that these stories intro-sect because one of the wonderful things about this movie is the style of its story telling.In some cases,it gives away right at the beginning what's gonna happen.Two of the chapter titiles announced the deaths of characters,so you know before you met the character,so you know something is gonna happen.But you don't know quite how.


There are a lot of surprises,there are a lot of overlaps,a lot of interesting patterns that merged as these stories get on.There's also a lot of violence and a lot of bad feeling.This is a movie about violence against women,about the violence that the state in acts on citizens,about the violence that citizens give back to the state when they are frustrated by what is doing to them.


And it has a very interesting tone of both engagement and attachment.That is,Akin is watching on these people and want they do without judging them,without stealing our sympathies in any particular direction.But at the same time,there's an anonymous compassion and humanity and even tenderness and merges in this movie,even in its coolest and heartless moment.It really offers an interesting window on aspects of life in Europe and beyond Europe in the world today.

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The Edge of Heaven is the new film from Fatih Akin, a German director of turkish descend. It won the best screenwriting award of the Cannes film festival in 2007 and it confirms that Akin is really one of the most interesting younger filmmakers working in Germany and maybe in Europe.

 

And in some way this is a movie about east meeting west. The characters are both Turkish and German and they travel back ad forth between those two countries. But it's not a schematic tale of immigration or of culture clash. It's really about individual destinies about desire, about family life, about ambition, about classic, about all of these things and how they work in the world where people move around a lot, where people encounter each other by accident, where globalization is both governing abstraction and affecting daily life.

 

There are three stories and they're told not quite in chronological order. It's sort of the style of narration that we've got news too from babble and crash in movies like that.

 

It's devided basically into three chapters. There are three sets of parents and children that are central to this story.

 

I don't want to say too much really about the way that these stories are interesting because one of the wonderful things about this movie is the style of its story telling. In some cases it gives a way right at the beginning what's gonna happen. The two of the chapter titles announce the death of the character so you know before you even let it occur, so you know something is gonna happen. But you don't know quite how... There are a lot of supprises. There are a lot of overlaps, lot of interesting patterns that emerge as these stories get to. There is also a lot of violence and a lot of bad feeling. This is a movie about violence against women, about the violence that the state enacts on citizens, about the violence that citizens give back to the state when they are frustrated by what's doing to them.

 

And it has a very interesting tone of both engagement and detachment. That is Akin is watching on these people and what they do without judging them, or without stealing our sympathies in any particular direction. But at the same time, there is an enormous compassion and humanity and even tenderness that emerge in this movie even in its cruelest and harshest moments. It really offers an interesting window on aspects of life in Europe and beyond Europe in the world today.

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The Edge of Heaven is a new flim from Fatih Akin,a German director of Tekes Center.It was one of the best screen writing award of the comfilm Festival in 2005 and confirms that Akin is really one of the most interesting younger filmmakers working in Germany and maybe in Europ.

 

And some way it is a movie about east meeting west.The charectors are both Tekes in German and they travel back-and-forth between those two countries,but it is not a skematic tale of immigration or of cultural clash.It's only about individual destinys,about desire,about farmliy life,about ambition,about class,about all of these things.And how they work in a world where people move around a lot where people encounter each other by accident and globlazion is both governing and astraction and affecting daily life.

 

There are three stories and they are told not quite in coner logic order.It's a sort of style of netrition that we got used to from Bible and Crash and movies like that.Mr. Fatih basically into three charpters.There are three sets of parents and children that are centeral to this story.

 

I don't want to say too much about really about the way that this story intersect because one of the wonderful thing about the movie is the style of its story telling.In some cases,it gives a way right at the beginning what's going to happen.Two of the charpter titles announce the death of charectors,so you know before you even met the charector,so you know something was going to happen,but you don't know quite how.

 

There are a lot of surprises,there are a lot of overlaps,a lot of interesting patterns of the story.There are also a lot of voilence and a lot of bad feeling,it is a movie about voilence against women and the voilence at the state in /.Citizen about the voilence fed citizen give back to the state when they frastrated by what was doing to them.And you had the very interesting tone of both engagement and detachment,that is,Akin is watching on these people and what they do without judging,without steal our sympathise on any perticular action,but at the some time there is a normal compasion and humanity and even tendenese.Emergency in this movie even in its crude and / moment.It really offers an interesting window on aspects of life in Europ and beyond Europ in the world today.

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The Edge of Heaven is the new film from Fatih Akin, a German director of Turkish descent. He won the Best Screenwriting Award at the Cannes Film Festival in 2007 and it confirms that Akin is really one of the most interesting younger filmmakers working in Germany and maybe in Europe.

 

 

And in some ways, this is a movie about easts meeting wests. The characters are both Turkish and German, and they travel back and forth between those two countries. But it's not a schematic tale of immigration or of culture clash. It's really about individual destinies, about desire, about family life, about ambition, about class, about all of these things and how they work in a world where people move around a lot, where people encounter each other by accident, where globalization is both a governing abstraction and affect daily life.

 

 

There are three stories in it. They are told, not quite in chronological order, it's sort of the style of narration that we've got news to from Babel and Crash and movies like that.

It's divided basically into three chapters. There are three sets of parents and children, that are central to the story.

 

 

 

I don't want to say too much really about the way that these stories intro-sect because one of the wonderful things about this movie is the style of its story telling. In some cases,it gives away right at the beginning what's gonna happen.Two of the chapter titiles announced the deaths of characters,so you know before you met the character,so you know something is gonna happen.But you don't know quite how.

 

 

There are a lot of surprises,there are a lot of overlaps,a lot of interesting patterns that merged as these stories get on.There's also a lot of violence and a lot of bad feeling.This is a movie about violence against women,about the violence that the state in acts on citizens,about the violence that citizens give back to the state when they are frustrated by what is doing to them.

 

 

And it has a very interesting tone of both engagement and detachment. That is,Akin is watching on these people and want they do without judging them,without steering our sympathies in any particular direction. But at the same time,there's an anonymous compassion and humanity and even tenderness and merges in this movie,even in its coolest and harshest moment. It really offers an interesting window on aspects of life in Europe and beyond Europe in the world today.

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The Edge of Heaven is the new film from Fatih Akin, a German director of Turkish descent. He won the Best Screenwriting Award at the Cannes Film Festival in 2007 and it confirms that Akin is really one of the most interesting younger filmmakers working in Germany and maybe in Europe.

 

And in some ways, this is a movie about easts meeting wests. The characters are both Turkish and German, and they travel back and forth between those two countries. But it's not a schematic tale of immigration or of culture clash. It's really about individual destinies, about desire, about family life, about ambition, about class, about all of these things and how they work in a world where people move around a lot, where people encounter each other by accident, where globalization is both a governing abstraction and a fact of their daily life.

 

There are three stories that are told not quite in chronological order, it's sort of the style of narration that we've got used to from Babel and Crash and movies like that. It's divided basically into three chapters. There are three sets of parents and children that are central to the story.

 

I don't want to say too much really about the way that these stories intersect because one of the wonderful things about this movie is the style of its story telling. In some cases,it gives away right at the beginning what's gonna happen.Two of the chapter titiles announced the deaths of characters,so you know before you even met the characters,so you know something is gonna happen.But you don't know quite how.

 

There are a lot of surprises,there are a lot of overlaps,a lot of interesting patterns that emerge as these stories get on.There's also a lot of violence and a lot of bad feeling.This is a movie about violence against women,about the violence that the state enacts on its citizens,about the violence that citizens give back to the state when they are frustrated by what is doing to them.

 

And it has a very interesting tone of both engagement and detachment. That is,Akin is watching all these people and what they do without judging them,or without steering our sympathies in any particular direction. But at the same time,there's an enormous compassion and humanity and even tenderness and emerges in this movie,even in its cruelest and harshest moments. It really offers an interesting window on aspects of life in Europe and beyond Europe in the world today.

[ 本帖最后由 luweiji 于 2008-7-6 21:42 编辑 ]

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The Edge of Heaven is the new film from Fatih Akin,a German director of Turkish descent.He won the Best Screenwriting Award at the Cannes Film Festival in 2007 and it confirms that Akin is really one of the most interesting younger filmmakers working in Germany and maybe in Europe.


And in some ways,this is a movie about easts meeting wests.The characters are both Turkish and German,and they travel back and forth between those two countries.But it's not a schematic tale of immigration or of cultural clash.It's really about individual destinies,about desire,about family life,about ambition,about class, about all of these things and how they work in a world where people move around a lot,where people encounter each other by accident,where globalization is both a governing abstraction and a fact of daily life.


There are three stories in it./in it./and they are told,not quite in chronological order,it's sort of the style of narration that we've got news to from Babel and Crash and movies like that.
It's divided basically into three chapters.There are three sets of parents and children,that are central to the story.

 

I don't want to say too much really about the way that these stories intro-sect because one of the wonderful things about this movie is the style of its story telling.In some cases,it gives away right at the beginning what's gonna happen.Two of the chapter titiles announced the deaths of characters,so you know before you even met the character,so you know something is gonna happen,but you don't know quite how.


There are a lot of surprises,there are a lot of overlaps,a lot of interesting patterns that merged as these stories get on.There's also a lot of violence and a lot of bad feeling.This is a movie about violence against women,about the violence that the state in acts on citizens,about the violence that citizens give back to the state when they are frustrated by what is doing to them.


And it has a very interesting tone of both engagement and detachment.That is,Akin is watching on these people and want they do without judging them,without steering our sympathies in any particular direction.But at the same time,there's an anonymous compassion and humanity and even tenderness and merges in this movie,even in its coolest and heartless moment.It really offers an interesting window on aspects of life in Europe and beyond Europe in the world today.

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The Edge of Heaven is a new film from Farte Akini,a German director,a Turkish descent.He won the best screen-writing award of Cannes Film Festival in 2007 end,confirms that Akini is really one of the most interesting younger film-makers working in the Germany,and maybe in Europe.

 

And some way this is the moive about east meet west,the characters are both Turkish and German,and they travel back and forth between those 2 countries.But it's not a * tale of immigration,or of cultural clash,it's really about individual destiny,it's about desire,about family life,about ambition,about class,about all this things,and how they work in a world where people move around lot,where people encountering each other by accident,where globalision is both a governing abstraction and a fact of daily life.

 

"Where do you live?"
"No where"

 

There're 3 stories that they are not told not quite in chronological order,it's sort of this style of narration that we got news to from babble and crash movies like that.

 

"Do you really want to know?"

 

It's divided basically into 3 chapters.There're 3 sets of parents and children,that are central to this story.

 

I don't want to say too much really about the way of this story intersects,because one of the wonderful thing about this movie is the style of story telling.In some cases it gives the way right at the beginning what's going to happen,2 of the chapter titles announce the death of character,so you know,before you're going met the character,so you know somthing it's going to happen,but you don't know quite how.

 

There are lot of surprises,lot of overlaps,lot of Interesting patterns of merging this story,there is also a lot of voilence,a lot of bad feeling.This is the movie about voilence against women,about voilence at state,at citizens about voilence,citizens give back to state when they're frustrated about what doing to them.

 

And it has very interesting tone of both engagement and attachment,that's is Akini watching on these people,and what they do without judging them,or without steering in any particular direction.But the same time there is the normal compassion,and humanity even tenderness,and merging in this moive,even in this curelest,harshest moments.It offers an interesting window on aspects of life in Europe,and beyond Europe in the world today.

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The Edge of Heaven is the new film from Fait Akin, a German director of Turkish descent. He won the Best Screenwriting Award at the Cannes Film Festival in 2007 and it confirms that Akin is really one of the most interesting younger filmmakers working in Germany and maybe in Europe.

 

And in some ways, this is a movie about east meeting west. The characters are both Turkish and German, and they travel back and forth between those two countries. But it's not a schematic tale of immigration or of culture clash. It's really about individual destinies, about desire, about family life, about ambition, about class, about all of these things and how they work in a world where people move around a lot, where people encounter each other by accident, where globalization is both a governing abstraction and a fact of their daily life.

 

There are three stories that are told not quite in chronological order, it's sort of the style of narration that we've got used to from Babel and Crash and movies like that.

 

It's divided basically into three chapters. There are three sets of parents and children that are central to the story.

 

I don't want to say too much really about the way that these stories intersect because one of the wonderful things about this movie is the style of its story telling. In some cases, it gives away right at the beginning what's gonna happen. Two of the chapter titles announced the deaths of characters, so you know before you even met the characters, so you know something is gonna happen. But you don't know quite how.

 

There are a lot of surprises. There are a lot of overlaps, a lot of interesting patterns that emerge as these stories get on. There's also a lot of violence and a lot of bad feeling. This is a movie about violence against women, about the violence that the state enacts on its citizens, about the violence that citizens give back to the state when they are frustrated by what is doing to them.

 

And it has a very interesting tone of both engagement and detachment. That is, Akin is watching all these people and what they do without judging them, or without steering our sympathies in any particular direction. But at the same time, there's an enormous compassion and humanity and even tenderness and emerges in this movie, even in its cruelest and harshest moments. It really offers an interesting window on aspects of life in Europe and beyond Europe in the world today.

 

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“The edge of heaven” is a new film from Akin Fatih ,A German director of Turkey center, he once  is the best key screenwriter of (can film festive) in 2007and conforms that Akin is very one of  most interesting young film makers working in German ,and maybe in York.

 

And some way this is a movie about east immigrate west. The characters are both Turkey and German, and they travel back and forth between those two countries. But it is not a skill matter tell of immigrant of culture clash, it is really about individual density is about desire, about family& life, about ambition, about class, about all these things and how they work. In the world where people move around a lot, where people contra to each other by accident. Where globalization is both governing abstraction and fact date with us.

 

There are 3 stories is told not quite in common logical order.  It is set of the stylish of nation of we got used to from () and clash and movie as that. It survives basically into three chapters. There are three sets of parents and children, there are centre of this story. I don’t want to say too much really about the way this story is interestingly set because one of the wonderful things by the movie is the style of the story told.

 

In some cause it give the way right at the beginning what is going to happen. Two of the chapter title announced the death of the character. So you know, for of your (), so you know, something is going to happen. But you don’t know quite how ---there is a lot of surprise, there is al a lot of overlaps, a lot of interesting pattern emergence in this story.

 

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That is a key of watching on these people they do, without judgments, without steering on things particularly direction, but the same time is the normal compassion, the humility of even tenders, that emergence in this movie, even in the crush and harsh moment It really offer an interesting window on aspect of life in Europe and we are Europe in the world today.

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Edge of heaven is a new film from A, a Germen director of Turkish /. It won the best screen writing award of / film festival in 2007 and it confirms that A is really one of the most interesting younger film makers working Germany and maybe in Europe.

And someway this is a movie about east meeting west. The characters are both Turkish and Germen, and they travel back and forth between these two countries. But it’s not a / tale of immigration or culture clash. It’s really about individual destiny, it’s about desire, about family life, about ambition, about class, about all these things, and how they work in the world where people move around a lot, where people in / each other by accident, where the globalization is both governing abstraction and fact of daily life.

Where do you live? Nowhere.

There three stories are told not quit in / logical order. It’s sort of style of narration that we’ve got used to from Bible and Crash and movies like that.

Do you really want to know?

It’s divided basically into three chapters. There are three sets of parents and children that are center of these stories.

I don’t want to say to much really about the way that these stories are just set because one of wonderful things about this movie is the style of story tell.

In some cases it gives the way right at the beginning what is going to happen. Two of chapter titles announce the death of characters, so you before you even met the characters, so you know something is going to happen, but you don’t know quit how. There are lot of surprises, there are a lot of overlaps, lot of interesting patterns that merge these stories get to. There is also a lot a violence, a lot of bad feeling. This is a movie about violence / women, about the violence / that states the / in citizens, about violence / citizens give back to the States when they are frustrated by what is doing to them.

And it has very different tones of both engagement and attachment. That is A watching all these people without judging them, or without any steering or sympathy these any particular direction. But at the same time it is a normalness compassion and humanity, and even tenderness that emerge this movie even in this cruelest or harshest moment. It really offers an interesting window on aspects of live in Europe and beyond Europe in the world today.

 

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The Edge of Heaven is a new film from Fait Akin, a German director of Turkish descent. He won the Best Screenwriting Award at the Cannes Film Festival in 2007 and it confirms that Akin is really one of the most interesting younger filmmakers working in Germany and maybe in Europe.

 

And in some ways, this is a movie about east meeting west. The characters are both Turkish and German, and they travel back and forth between those two countries. But it's not a schematic tale of immigration or / culture clash. It's really about individual destinies, about desire, about family life, about ambition, about class, about all of these things and how they work in a world where people move around a lot, where people encounter each other by accident, where globalization is both a governing abstraction and a fact of / daily life.

 

There are three stories that are told not quite in chronological order, it's sort of the style of narration that we've got used to from Babel and Crash and movies like that.

 

It's divided basically into three chapters. There are three sets of parents and children that are central to this story.

 

I don't want to say too much really about the way that these stories intersect because one of the wonderful things about this movie is the style of its story telling. In some cases, it gives a  way right at the beginning what's going to happen. Two of the chapter titles announced the deaths of characters, so you know before you even met the characters, so you know something is going to happen. But you don't know quite how.

 

There are a lot of surprises. There are a lot of overlaps, a lot of interesting patterns that emerge as these stories get on. There's also a lot of violence and a lot of bad feeling. This is a movie about violence against women, about the violence that the state enacts on its citizens, about the violence that citizens give back to the state when they are frustrated by what is doing to them.

 

And it has a very interesting tone of both engagement and detachment. That is, Akin is watching all these people and what they do without judging them, or without steering our sympathies in any particular direction. But at the same time, there's an enormous compassion and humanity and even tenderness that emerges in this movie, even in its cruelest and harshest moments. It really offers an interesting window on aspects of life in Europe and beyond Europe in the world today.

 

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The edge of heaven is a new film from F. Akin, a German director of Turkish descent. In one of best screen writing award of Cannes film festival in 2007 that confirmed that Akin is one of the most interesting younger film makers working in Germany and maybe in Europe.

 

In some way this is a movie about east meeting west. The characters are both Turkish and German and may travel back and forth between those 2 countries. But it’s not a schematic tale of immigration or of culture clash, it’s really about individual destinies about desire, about family life, about ambition, about class, about all of these things and how they work in a world where people move around a lot, where people in contrary each other by accident where globalization is both a governing abstraction and affect daily life.

 

“What do you live? ””No where.”

 

There are 3 stories are told not quite in logical order. It’s sort of the style of narration we got news of Babel and crash and movies like that.

 

“Do you really want to know?”

 

 This divide basically into 3 chapters.

 

There are 3 sets of parents and children that are central to this story. I don’t want to say too much about the way of the story interesting set because one of the wonderful things about the movie is the style of it’s story telling.

 

 In some cases it give the way right at the beginning what’s are gonna happen. 2 of the chapter titles are announced depth of the character so you know before you met the characters so you know something is gonna happen. But you don’t know quite how.

 

There are a lot of surprises and there are a lot of overlaps and a lot of interesting patterns as much as the story get told. There’s also a lot of violence, a lot of bad feeling. This is a movie about violence gets women about the violence at the state of citizens about violence, citizens give back to the state when they are frustrated by what is doing to them.

 

And it has a very interesting tone of both engagement and attachment, that is Akin is watching on these people what they do without judging or without steering or sympathies of particular direction but at the same time, there’s a normal compassion and humanity that even tenderness that merges in this movie, even in it’s cruelest and harshest moment. It really offers an interesting window on aspects of life, in Europe and beyond Europe, in the world today.

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The Edge of Heaven is the new film from Fait Akin, a German director of Turkish /. It won the best screenwriting award in / film festival in 2007 and confirm that Akin is really one of the most interesting younger film makers working in Germany and maybe in Europe. And someway, this is a movie about east meeting west. The characters are both Turkish and German. And they travel back and forth etween those two countries. But it's not a / tale of immigration or of culture clash, it’s really about individual destinies about desire, about family life, about ambition, about class, about all of these things and how they work in a world where people move around a lot, where people in contract with each other by accident where globalization is both a governing abstraction and affect daily life. “What do you live? ””No where.” There are 3 stories are told not quite in a logical order. It’s sort of the style of narration we got news of Babel and crash and movies like that. “Do you really want to know?” It's divide basically into 3 chapters. There are 3 sets of parents and children that are central to this story. I don’t really want to say too much about the way of the story interesting set because one of the wonderful things about the movie is the style of it’s story telling. In some cases it give the way right at the beginning what’s gonna happen. 2 of the chapter titles are announced deaths of the character so you know before you met the characters so you know something is gonna happen. But you don’t know quite how. There are a lot of surprises and there are a lot of overlaps and a lot of interesting patterns emergency stories cut off.There’s also a lot of violence, a lot of bad feeling. This is a movie about violence against women about the violence at the state of citizens about violence, citizens give back to the state when they are frustrated by what is doing to them. And it has a very interesting tone of both engagement and attachment, that is Akin is watching on these people and what they do without judging or without steering or sympathize in any particular direction but at the same time, there’s a normalest humanity that even tenderness that merges in this movie, even in it’s cruelest and harshest moment. It really offers an interesting window on aspects of life, in Europe and beyond Europe, in the world today.
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The Edge of Heaven is a new film frin FA, a German director of Tu D. He won the best screen writing award of the Kam film festival in 2007 and confirms that Akin is one of the most interesting film maker working in Germany and maybe in Europe.


And in some ways this is a movie about east meeting west, the characters are both Turkish, German and they travel back and forth between those 2 countries. But it's not a schemetic tale of immgration or of culture clash, it's really about individual destiny, it's about desire,about family life, about ambition, about class, about all these things, and how they work in the world where people move around a lot, where people encounter each other by accident, where globalization is both a governing abstraction and affective daily life.
There're 3 stories that're told not quite in common logical order. It's sort of the style of narration that we got used to from Bible and Crash and movies like that. it's divided basically into 3 chapters. There're 3 sets of parents and children that are central to the story.


I don't want to say too much really about the way that this story is introduced because one of the wonderful things about this movie is the sytle of the story telling. in some cases it gives the way write at the begining what's going to happen, the two of the chapter titles announce the death of characters. So you know before you xxxxx,before you know something is going to happen, but you don't know quite how... There're a lot of surprises, there're a lot of overlaps, a lot of interesting patterns that megre this story gito.

There's also a lot of vilences, a lot of bad feelings. This movie is about vilence gives to women, about the vilence that the state next on the citizens and about the vilence that the citizens give back to the state when they're frustrated by what's doing to them. And it has a very interesting tone of both engagement and touchment. That is Akin is watching on these people on what they do without judging them or without steering a symphthsis any particular direction. But the same time there's enormorous compassion and humanity even tenderness that merges in this movie even in its coolest and harshest moment. It really offers an interesting window on aspects of life in Europe and beyond Europe in the world today.

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