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Ulrich Matthes

Total Credits at Criticker: 14 (Actor)

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    Munich: The Edge of War (2022)
    A British diplomat travels to Munich in the run-up to World War II, where a former classmate of his from Oxford is also en route, but is working for the German government. (imdb)
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    A Hidden Life (2019)
    The Austrian Franz Jägerstätter, a conscientious objector, refuses to fight for the Nazis in World War II. (imdb)
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    Krieg (2017)
    A father, drawn by dramatic experiences, retreats with his dog into the mountains and encounters an unknown enemy. (imdb)
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    Exiled (2016)
    In WW1 German doctor is sent to oversee insane asylum somewhere in Latvia. Here he finds wild boy and try to heal him. He is confronted by rough circumstances and brutal soldiers. (imdb)
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    Bornholmer Straße (2014)
    A comic look at the fall of the Berlin Wall in November of 1989, told from the point of view of the German border guards at the checkpoint where it all started. (imdb)
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    The Notebook (2013)
    János Szász's gripping adaptation of Agota Kristof's award-winning novel, about two boys sent to live with their wicked, estranged grandmother during World War II, is a grim, atmospheric drama about fraternal bonds and survival. Szász remodels his wartime coming-of-age story into a Brothers Grimm-like fairy tale, colouring the twins' environment through the golden and earthy cinematography of Christian Berger (The White Ribbon, Festival 2009). (tiff.net)
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    Calm at Sea (2012)
    October 1941. Eighteen months into France's occupation by German troops, young Communist members of the Resistance shoot dead an officer of the German Army. In retaliation, Hitler demands the deaths of 150 Frenchmen, as 'retribution'. The targets are to be mostly young men believed to share the assassins' political convictions. (mubi.com)
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    Die Unsichtbare (2011)
    Fine suffers from not being seen, but she also does her best at not being noticed, even though she is an acting student. After the well known director Kasper Friedmann invites Fine for an audition, she convinces him with her acting. But he also sees in Fine a vulnerable personality that matches his vision of Camille, the main character in his next play. Fine gets her first big part that she in no way wants to lose. (imdb)
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    Novemberkind (2008)
    Inga is looking for her mother to find out why she was left alone by her.
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    Vineta (2006)
    An overstressed architect is employed by the mysterious Vineta project, aiming to design a perfectly secure city.
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    Who Was Kafka? (2006)
    Actors portraying Franz Kafka's family, lovers, and friends--Max Brod, Milena Jesenská, Felice Bauer, and Gustav Janouch among others--act out their characters' words and writings, as they recall Kafka. Archival photos and footage of Prague provide the visual backdrop. (National Gallery of Art)
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    Downfall (2004)
    It's the last days of Adolf Hitler, April 1945, and Hitler's personal secretary Traudl Junge finds herself in the Der Fuhrer's bunker. Facing inevitable defeat, Hilter's moods range from defiance to fight or flee, remain loyal or opt for self-preservation. Eva Braun parties while Magda Goebbels kills her children. The movie goes on to show how Hitler and Eva lived their last hours in the Bunker. (imdb)
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    The Ninth Day (2004)
    In World War II, after a period living hell on earth in the concentration camp of Dachau with other catholic priests, Father Abbé Henri Kremer (Ulrich Matthes) gets a nine days leave to return to his home town for his mother's funeral. Along this period, the SS Gestapo lieutenant Gebhardt (August Diehl) tries to persuade Henri, who was born in silver-spoon and member of an influent Luxembourgian family, to convince the local bishop to give-up resisting... (imdb)
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    Winter Sleepers (1997)
    Young blonde translator Rebecca lives with her boyfriend ski instructor Marco in a mountain villa owned by her friend, nurse Laura. Rene, local cinema projectionist, steals Marco's car and gets into a car crash with local Theo, whose daughter, after being in coma for a time, dies. Rene suffers from partial short term memory loss and starts a relationship with Laura. Meanwhile Marco is looking for the man who stole his car and Theo - for the man who killed his daughter... (imdb)
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