Netflix Picks Up Rights To Germany’s Popular Hitler Satire ‘Look Who’s Back’

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The movie adaptation of German author Timur Vermes’ 2012 satirical novel Look Who’s Back, which tells the story of Hitler being resurrected into the present-day, became a box office hit in Germany when it was released last year, and now American audiences will be able to join in on the awkward …

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German Movie Night at Occidental College, Los Angeles

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Occidental College hosts another German Movie Night sponsored by the German Department. “Die Welle” (The Wave), a film by Dennis Gansel, will show on Wednesday February 12, 2014 at 8pm. In this 2008 movie, a teacher tries to make his High School students aware that even in our days, three generations after Wold …
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