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In the Fade

In the Fade (2017)

Starring: Diane Kruger, Denis Moschitto, Numan Acar, Johannes Krisch, Ulrich Brandhoff, Hanna Hilsdorf, Ulrich Tukur, Henning Peker, Laurens Walter, Uwe Rohde, Aysel Iscan, Christa Krings, Adam Bousdoukos, Jessica McIntyre, Melanie Struve, Samia Muriel Chancrin, Karin Neuhäuser, Siir Eloglu, Rafael Santana, Youla Boudali

Katja's life collapses after a senseless act impacts her life. After a time of mourning and injustice, she seeks revenge.

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When Trumpets Fade

When Trumpets Fade (1998)

Starring: Ron Eldard, Zak Orth, Frank Whaley, Dylan Bruno, Devon Gummersall, Dan Futterman, Bobby Cannavale, Martin Donovan, Dwight Yoakam, Timothy Olyphant, Steven Petrarca

In WWII Western Germany, Private David Manning reluctantly leaves behind a mortally wounded fellow soldier and searches for survivors from his platoon, only to learn from commanding officer Captain Pritchett that they have all been killed in action. Despite requesting a discharge on the grounds of mental disability, Manning is promoted to sergeant and assigned to lead a new platoon of young inductees.

Running Scared

Running Scared (1980)

Starring: Ken Wahl, Judge Reinhold, Annie McEnroe, Bradford Dillman, John Saxon, Pat Hingle, Lonny Chapman, Tom McFadden, Tim Brantly, Mary Lawson, Lisa Felcoski, Francine Joyce, Malcolm Jones, Tom Tully, Roger Pretto, Jorge Gil, Ken Rahgers, John Leeward, Dan Chandler

It's 1961. Two servicemen smuggle a box of military gear to USA. Leroy tries out a military camera and accidentally takes a picture of some military facilities. Army finds one of the pictures and thinks they're communist spies.

The ink fades in waves

The ink fades in waves (2016)

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In Ancient Greek the word Natura (physis) meant that which is being born, it’s the constant rebirth. Combined with the curiosity of exploring the classics of Japanese Painting, in particular the theme of Nature (landscapes, trees and plants) which is usually associated with the seasons and time, there was also an interest in the relation between the constant growth of the natural elements and the apparent fixity of human constructions which as Ruy Belo reminds us actually undergo the same cycle of life and death: “Oh, the houses the houses the houses/ the houses are born live and die”. The intention was to explore the variations of light, focusing specifically on the details of nature in a constant transformation of the space, through the double exposition of images that were reflected in the windows of a greenhouse at the Ajuda Botanical Garden in Lisbon.

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