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Berlinale 2017: Day 2

By Sascha Krieger

T2 Trainspotting (Out of Competition / United Kingdom / Director: Danny Boyle)

“You’re a tourist to your youth”, Simon says to Mark at one point during this sequel to Danny Boyle’s early 1990s cult classic, accusing his former best friend of nostalgia. 1,258 more words


Berlin Film Review: 'The Dinner'

“The Dinner” has a catchy atmosphere of disturbance. Written and directed by Oren Moverman, and adapted from the best-selling novel by Herman Koch (first published in the Netherlands in 2009), the film ultimately descends from the genre invented by “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” Two couples assemble for a “civilized” get-together — dinner and drinks, conversation that starts off as relatively polite. 1,065 more words

Markets & Festivals

Berlinale: Richard Gere Blasts Trump Over Refugee Policies

Actor Richard Gere excoriated U.S. President Donald Trump for spreading fear, saying the most vile thing he had done was “conflating two words: refugee and terrorist.” 382 more words


Richard Gere: "Most Horrible Thing Trump Has Done Is Conflate Refugee & Terrorist" - Berlin

Richard Gere, Steve Coogan and Laura Linney are here today at the Berlin Film Festival for the competition world premiere of Oren Moverman’s The Dinner… 405 more words

Breaking News

THE DINNER (2017): New Trailer From Rebecca Hall, Richard Gere, Laura Linney, Steve Coogan...

Based on a novel by Herman Koch, The Dinner which stars Rebecca Hall, Richard Gere, Laura Linney and Steve Coogan is a mystery/ thriller about how far parents will go to protect their children when they do something unspeakable… 48 more words


Love and Mercy (2015)

Rating: 9/10

Tune on Tuesday travels back in time to the 60s.. and the 80s with Love & Mercy, the biopic dedicated to the prodigy genius behind The Beach Boys, Brian Wilson. 241 more words

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Cannes: The Orchard Acquires Oren Moverman's 'The Dinner'

The Orchard announced today that the company has acquired all North American rights to Academy Award-nominee Oren Moverman’s forthcoming film, “The Dinner,” at Cannes.

The film, based on Herman Koch’s novel of the same name, is a suspenseful tale of two families struggling to make the hardest decisions of their lives over the course of one meal. 157 more words