1. True Grit (252) | 2. No Country for Old Men (172) | 3. Burn After Reading (164) 4. Intolerable Cruelty (120) | 5. The Ladykillers (77) | Source: boxofficemojo
When a vast movie theater near Berlin's central Zoo railway station was revamped and opened on September 18, 1919 with the premiere of Ernst Lubitch's "Madame Dubarry," a German cinematic institution was born.
Cinema legend Agnes Varda has died at the age of 90. A look back at the works of the French film director who emerged as New Wave auteur in the 1960s and continued working until the end.
Berlin is home to more cinemas than any other city in Germany. There are roughly 100 in total. We present 10 very special movie houses — cinemas with style, charm and history.
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