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The Edge of Heaven is a new film from 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 really one of the most interesting younger film makers 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 gonna happen, the two of the chapter titles announce the death of characters. So you know before you xxxxx,so 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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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.

 

"Where do you live?

No where."

 

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.

 

"Do you really want to know?"

 

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 ARKEY a german director of turkey descent. it won the best screen 

 

writing award of the camfilm festival in 2007  and confirms that arkey is really one of the interesting

 

younger  film makers working in germany and maybe in europe. and in some way this is a movie about

 

east meeting west. the characters are most turkeies german and  travel back and forth between those

 

two  foreign countries. but it is not a skinmedical tale about immigration or cultural conflicts. it is really

 

about individual destiny about desire about family life about ambition about class about all of those

 

things. and how they work in the world where people move around a lot , people encounter each other by

 

accident  the globalizaton is both goverling abstraction and affect daily life.

 

 

where do you live?

 

norway

 

there are three stories told not quite in chronologic order . it is sort of style narration got use to from bible and crash and movies like that.

 

 

do you really wanna know?

 

it is divided basically in three chapters. there are three sides of parents and children that are centered to

 

this story.  i dont want to say too much really about the way this story introduces because one of the wanderfull things about this

 

movie is the style of the story-teling.  in some cases it gives way ringt at the beginning what is going to  happen two of the chapiter titles anouce the death of the characters .so you know before   you know something is going to happen

 

but you donnot know quite how . there are a lot of surprises there are a lot of overlaps a lot of

 

interesting pattens emerge in this story.  there are also a lot of violence a lot of bad feelings . this movie is about  violence and women  and states

 

and citizen give backto 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 arkey is watching on this people and what they do without judging them without symplizing them but at the same time it is normal compation

 

  and humanity even the tenderness  and even in the cruel and harsh moment. it is really offering ous an interesting window on

 

aspect of live in europe and beyond europe in the world today.

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The edge of heaven has a new film from Fait Akin.a German director with 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 film makers working in Germany and maybe in europe.

 

And in some ways this is a movie about east meeting wests meeting wests. The characters are both Turkish and German and may 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 destiny it is about desire about family life about ambition about class about all of these things. And how they work in the world while people move around a lot where people encounter each other by accident where globalization is a both governing abstraction and a fact of daily life.

 

There are three stories are told not quite in chronological order it's sort of the style of narration that we have got used to from babel and crush and movies and 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 wanna say too much really about the way that these stories intersect(贯穿).but one of wonderful things about this movie is the style of it's story telling.in some cases it gives a way right at the beginning what is gonna happen.two of the chapter titles announced deaths of the characters.so you know before you are gonna meet the characters you know something is gonna happen but you don't know quiet how.there are a lot of surprises and there are a lot of overlaps,a lot of interesting patterns that emerge as these stories get on.a lot of violence,a lot of bad feeling.this is a movie about violence against women,about violence against the state that enacts on it's citizens.about violence that citizens give back the state when they frustrated by what is doing to them.

 

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 without steering our sympathy in any particular direction. at the same time there is an e-norm-ous compassion in humanity and even tenderness that emerges in this movie even in it's cruelest and harshest moments.it really offer an interesting window on aspects of life in europe and beyond europe in the world today.

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