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German (English subtitles)
This highly acclaimed Oscar-winning drama focuses on a period of recent history that is still shrouded in secrecy. Set in Berlin in 1984, it is the story of an officer in the former communist East Germany's secret police force, the Stasi. Captain Wiesler is devoted to his job, even though it involves spying on and interrogating his own countrymen. But when Wiesler is given the task of monitoring the famous writer Georg Dreyman, he discovers that he's being used to incriminate the man purely so that a politician can move in on Dreyman's lover. Faced with this abuse of power, Wiesler finds his ideals and loyalty put to the test.
Harry Caul is an industrial spy, but he begins to suspect his subjects are in danger, in this intense and paranoid thriller.
14+ years 113 mins
1940s dark comedy about a woman trying to find out how much black marketeering is going on in the ruins of post-World War II Berlin.
14+ years 111 mins
The last days of WWII inside Hitler's bunker as the Fuhrer loses grip on reality and the Soviets approach, as told by his secretary.
14+ years 149 mins
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A film list that explores films to support MFL language learning, focusing on French, Spanish and German language films.
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