Logofb

Trailers...

  • Sympathy Card (The)
  • Wake (A)
  • Parents in Progress
  • Haut perchés
  • Queen of the Capital
  • Accompanist (The)
  • Yes
  • Cohibernation
  • Social Cure (A)
  • Bittersweet Waters
  • Your Bones and Your Eyes
  • Naach Bhikhari Naach
  • Cats
  • Markie in Milwaukee
  • Kinky Boots the Musical
  • Neon Heart
  • Million Little Pieces (A)
  • Don't Work (1968 - 2018)
  • Udalaazham
  • Well-Placed Weed: The Bountiful Life of Ryan Gainey (The)
  • Adam
  • Her Side of the Bed
  • Into the Mirror
  • Tracey
  • Six Characters in Search of a Play
  • Heart is Never Wrong (The)
  • L'oeuf dure
  • Couteau suisse
  • Beat
  • Marfa Girl 2
  • The Tree of Blood
  • House of Violent Desire (The)
  • Behind the Mask
  • Amalia
  • M (Experimental Film)
  • Travelling Alone
  • Deep Web XXX
  • One of the Guys
  • Cousins
  • Port Authority

Berlin, I Love You

Country: Germany, Language: English | German, 120 mins

  • Director: Peter Chelsom; Josef Rusnak; Massy Tadjedin; Fernando Eimbcke
  • Writer: Various
  • Producer: Claus Clausen; Josef Steinberger; Edda Reiser

CGiii Comment

Despite the fantastic cast, this is - by far - the weakest installment of the 'Cities of Love' series.

Rather than this collection [of short films] being about the culture, essence and atmosphere of Berlin...this fine city really just serves as a location. In truth, any of the stories could have been filmed anywhere.

The LGBT interest comes in the form of a hungover drag queen staggering home from a rather raucous night out...what happens is brief and incomprehensible...it involves a kiss with a birthday boy!

All the other stories rattle between tedium and cliché - as a whole, Berlin, I love You amounts to nothing but a great big disappointment!


Trailer...

The(ir) Blurb...

Latest installment of the Cities of Love franchise (Paris, je t'aime / New York, I Love You / Rio, Eu Te Amo), this collective feature-film is made of ten stories of romance set in the German capital.

Cast & Characters

Keira Knightley; Mi
ckey Rourke;
Helen Mirren;
Luke Wilson as Burke Linz;
Patrick Dempsey;
Jim Sturgess;
Diego Luna;
Sylvester Groth as Frosch;
Dianna Agron;
Jenna Dewan;
Nolan Gerard Funk;
Iwan Rheon as Greg;
Charlotte Le Bon as Rose;
Robert Stadlober as Damiel;
Hannelore Elsner as Madame Rose

Due to the massive amounts of spam we receive, the comments section is curated...so, no spam, no swearing, nothing unrelated to the film...they just won't be published! Time is precious, let's not waste it!

Leave a comment

You are commenting as guest.