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DISCLAIMER||***Fan-made English subtitles***.||Some abbreviations have been translated too. You should probably|write these down because they're referred to a lot in the movie.||GDR = German Democratic Republic, the former East Germany (DDR)|SUG = Socialist Unity Party of Germany (SED)|CC = Central Committee (ZK)|FRG = Federal Republic of Germany, West Germany (BRD)||ENJOY THE FILM!!!
X Distribution|presents
An|X Films Creative Pool|Production
In Co-Production with the|West German Broadcasting Company
Cooperating with|Film Foundation North-Rhein Westfalia|Film Supporting Institute|Filmboard Berlin Brandenburg|BKM
Our holiday home, Summer 1978
Look here. Here into the camera.
Hands off!
Alex, hold on!|- Dad, help me!
Slowly, cautiously,|almost gently...
the giant colossus...|is placed on the launch site.
Here on the launch site|the result of the great...
community work is demonstrated.|If you want an example to emphasize the famous word:
everyone supplies quality to everyone...|- There he is!
everyone supplies quality to everyone...|- There he is!
... here it can be seen in perfection.
I report: I am ready for the flight|with spaceship SOJUS 31...
as a member of the international|crew.
On August 26, 1978,|we had reached international standing.
Sigmund Jähn, citizen of the GDR,|was the first German who ever went into space.
However, on this day our|family went really up in smoke.
This is your husband's third stay|in a capitalistic country.
This is your husband's third stay|in a capitalistic country.
He stands in for his boss, professor Klinger.
Do you know of any contacts in the West|your husband might have?. - No.
Mrs Kerner, how would you|describe the state of your marriage?
Has your husband ever talked to you|about escape from the Republic?
Mrs Kerner...|Has he talked to you about that?
Allow me to present the Central Committee|of the communist party...
Get lost! Leave me alone!
While Sigmund Jähn bravely represented the GDR|in the depths of space,
my procreator let a class enemy|in a capitalistic country...
screw his brains out.|He never came back.
screw his brains out.|He never came back.
My mother became so sad,|that she stopped talking.
She just didn't talk anymore.|Not to us, not to others.
Mum, please come back.|It's so boring at Mrs. Schäfer's.
Mum, I love you.
The Sandman excellently adapted to the|conditions in space.
But the biggest surprise was that he|became very well acquainted...
...with Mascha.
We even had a cosmic|marriage on board.
We even had a cosmic|marriage on board.
In a few minutes, the sandman|and Mascha will come back to Earth.
I hope it was relayed,|so that you could see it clearly.
Mother came back after 8 weeks.|It was as if she had been transformed.
Surprise!|- My sweeties!
My Alex. My little cosmonaut.
(Caption) Pioneer Park, Spring 1979|- We never talked about father again.
(Caption) Pioneer Park, Spring 1979|- We never talked about father again.
From this moment on, my mother got married|to our socialist Fatherland.
Our home...
is not only|the towns and villages...
As this relation was not a sexual one,|there was a lot of vigour and energy left...
for us kids|and the socialist daily routine.
... is the grass on the sward,|the corn on the field and the birds...
in the air and the animals on the ground...
in the air and the animals on the ground...
My mother became promoter of|the progress of society.
A passionate activist for the|simple needs of the people
and against the small|injustices of life. - Input.
and against the small|injustices of life. - Input.
and against the small|injustices of life. - Input.
Concerning: Gaudily colourful...
maternity dresses. Full-stop.
And now a report on the solemn honouring...|- This is it!
Blue- and and white-collar workers,|scientists and joint farmers,
Blue- and and white-collar workers,|scientists and joint farmers,
artists and veteran workers|came to Berlin today,
to receive the highest honourings|of our country in the Council of State.
to receive the highest honourings|of our country.
That's you, Mum!
... and recognition of outstanding|merits during the building up...
and development|of the socialist social order.
On the eve of the|national holiday...
the CC of the SUG|traditionally rewards men and women of merit.
After a long, untiring training|it was time. I, Alex Kerner,
was the second German to go to space.|Deeper and further than any man before.
Rocket launched!
I imaged how I would explore the riddles of the cosmos|for the good of humanity,
how I would look down to our planet|and how I would proudly wave to my mother.
how I would look down to our planet|and how I would proudly wave to my mother.
Rocket launched!
10 years later - October 7, 1989.
Test, one, two...
The GDR had its 40th anniversary.
I had a day off with the|PGH TV workshop "Adolf Hennecke"...
and felt as if I was on the climax of|my male personal magnetism.
and felt as if I was on the climax of|my male personal magnetism.
Left, two, three!
Time smelt of change,|while an oversized rifle association...
had its last performance|in front of our house.
Alex!
What?
Alex, there's a lass out there.|Should I send her away?
Alex, there's a lass out there.|Should I send her away?
Who is she?|- No idea.
But she makes a good impression.
Have you slept in your clothes again?
Where's the visitor?
The visitor's name is Paula...|and it's a date, as agreed. Here you are.
Oh no!|- Oh yes, little brother.
Can't your ex-boyfriend take care of her?|- He's on standby duty today.
We stopped at: ...but a woman|of a certain age...
We stopped at: ...but a woman|of a certain age...
... can't and won't wear the panties,|that are offered.
Fullstop. Even in the GDR, there|are not only young princesses on ice and...
exquisitly slim comrades. Full-stop.|- That's good.
You're not downstairs? It's already started.|- Impossible to overhear!
You're not downstairs? It's already started.|- Impossible to overhear!
Well hurry up then. It could be the last time|with these members.
Where's Paula?|- Yeah, where is she? Sleeping again?
Maybe I'll see your|mother on TV. - In the palace?
Maybe I'll see your|mother on TV. - In the palace?
You'll have to look for her with a magnifying glass.
I don't really know if I'll go there.|All of the party's bigwigs are there.
I don't know anyone. Although... I'd like|to see Gorbatschow at close range this once.
There they are celebrating themselves,|all the old bastards.
Well you don't have to watch.|- Mum, don't you notice what's happening there?
And you, what do you want? Do a bunk?
Nothing will change if|they all go away. Let's go on.
It cannot be possible,|that the stouter...
...workers and farmer's wifes...|are punished by the fashion combinates...
...after the 40th year of the existence|of our Republic!
With socalist salutations...
Hanna Schäfer.
In the evening of October 7, 1989|several hundred people united...
for an evening walk,|to promote...
the idea of walking without borders.
Freedom of the press! Freedom of the press!
Cough! Cough hard!
Everything alright?
You alright?|- Thank you!
There're even more Greens.
Alright already!
Form a chain!
No violence! No violence!
You might make it|if you take the subway.
What's your name?
La...
Stop it!
Watch out!
That's my mum lying there!|- Stand still! - My mum's lying there!
Let me go, you asshole!|That's my mu......
Alexander Kerner?|- Yes?
Your mother.
What about mother?
What is it?
Mum had a heart attack.
Unfortunately, the resuscitation attempts were carried out|very late. Your mother's in a coma.
When can we talk to her?|- Alex, Mum's in a coma!
Mr. Kerner, we don't know yet,|whether or not your mother will ever wake up again.
Can you hear me, Mum?
You've got to wake up!
But mother was fast asleep.|In her deep, neverending sleep...
she circled like a satellite|around the events happening...
on our little planet|in our even smaller Republic.
The 9th Convention agreed to Honecker's request,|to relieve him of his duties...
because of health problems|and thanked him for his political life's work.
Congratulations!
Her sleep obscured the retirement of|the esteemed comrade Erich Honecker,
Her sleep obscured the retirement of|the esteemed comrade Erich Honecker,
General Secretary of the CC of the SUG|and Chairman of the GDR's council of state.
(Reporter) Berlin.|This evening the Wall fell.
(German National Anthem) Unity and Justice|and Liberty...
(German National Anthem) Unity and Justice|and Liberty...
Mother slept through a classical concert|at the City Hall of Schöneberg.
And the start of a gigantic and|unique waste collection.
And the start of a gigantic and|unique waste collection.
Open the gateway!
Stasi begone! Stasi begone!
Mother kept on sleeping. Deeply and firmly.
She missed my|first trip into the West,
and how some comrades conscientiously|protected us workers and peasants.
and how some comrades conscientiously|protected us workers and peasants.
Of course she also missed my|first cultural discoveries
in a new country.
Excuse me, excuse me.
Excuse me, excuse me.
Mothers deep sleep didn't allow her|to participate in the first free polling.
Helmut! Helmut! Helmut!
She missed how Ariane gave up her study|of economic theory...
Enjoy your meal and thank you for choosing Burger King.
... and made her first practical experience|with the circulation of money.
The sleep saved her the moving-in of Ariane's new boyfriend.|Rainer, class enemy and barbecue man.
The furniture from the bedroom|is going to the basement.
The furniture from the bedroom|is going to the basement.
She missed the increasing Westernization of|our 79-square-metre apartment...
The old rubbish with the red dot|is going to the bulk waste, okay?
The old rubbish with the red dot|is going to the bulk waste, okay?
... and Rainer's enthusiasm for the|oriental customs and way of life.
The big hormanal ecstasy|that I experienced watching
a few beautiful legs,|didn't reach into her night.
Shit!
What're you doing there?|- I... the infusion...
And not even the first day of Nurse Lara|exchange angel from the sovjet union,
penetrated her black dreams.
There you are again.|- Hello.
I was worried about you.|- They've put me in clink.
Mother overslept the triumph of|the capitalism. - Relief!
And the coordination of|my hospital visits.
Do you know what I noticed?|When she's in a good mood,
she's carrying her hair loosely.|When she's in a bad mood, she puts them up.
And during the doctor's round,|she chews on her fingernails.
Don't you think|she's got a beautiful smile?
Her sleep ignored,|how heroes of work became unemployed.
Her sleep ignored,|how heroes of work became unemployed.
The PGH TV workshop "Adolf Hennecke"|was winded up.
I was the last one|and I switched off the light.
Then there was the reprise. As a member of the|quick-witted East-West-Team, I applied the reunification very early.
Satellite dishes blossomed|in our landscape.
Denis Domaschke?
Domaschke. Denis Domaschke.
Alexander Kerner?|- Here.
Well, come on. Don't be shy.
Well, come on. Don't be shy.
Hi.
And get along, guys.
Hi.|- Hello.
Knut Vogel?
Hello, Mum. Doctor Wagner said|we should talk to you.
And if I can't be there in person,|I thought it might work like this too.
It's 5 o' clock now.|Most of the doctors are gone
and you've finally got some peace.|Nurse Lara, who's washed you,
should be gone too. If you could see her|you'd surely wake up.
Ariane sends you her regards,|she thinks the idea with the tape is nonsense. Well, you know her.
She's just in the room taking care of Paula who's|getting her teeths and is screaming all the time.
Mother overslept my|unstoppable progress with Lara.
Our first romantic rendez-vous followed|4 early shifts and 35 late shifts.
It's loud here!
Our Russian teacher came from Minsk|and weighed a ton.
And that's all you know|about Russian women?
The wind of change blew|into the ruins of our Republic.
Summer came and Berlin was|the most beautiful place on Earth.
We felt like|being in the center of the world.
Where finally something moved.|And we moved with it.
It's too bad she doesn't|realize any of this.
Well, maybe it's better that way.|Everything she believed in
has dissolved into air in a few months.|Just like that.
And your dad?|- He was a Doctor.
He escaped into the West.|We haven't heard anything from him again.
The future was in our hands,|uncertain and promising.
Good afternoon. We're X TV and we just wanted to...
Hello, do you need a satellite dish?
No money?
Good afternoon!
Do you like football? Then we've got something for you.
Good afternoon. We're X TV and...
We're X TV!|Are you interested in a satellite dish?
This is Vietnam 1, there's Vietnam 2|and back there's the Viatnamese sport channel.
Alright!
To the World Cup!|- To the future! - To us!
Comrade!
At the moment this is just running|on the side.
And later...|I'll do real feature films.
Same label of course.
Watch this, I'll just show you something.
Watch this, I'll just show you something.
That's what I'm working on at the moment. Watch this!
Don't look yet.|Don't look yet, wait...
And... now!
Recognized it?
Now!
That's the famous cut from 2001,|the one with the bone.
The cake represents the spaceship.
Got it now? Yes?|- Ingenious.
Ingenious.
Alright, everybody laugh.
Alright, everybody laugh.
At the beginning of June 1990, the borders|of our GDR were worthless.
Mother kept on sleeping. But I|remembered the old words of the comrades:
"We solve problems by making headway"|and I acted.
Mum?
Mum!
Can you hear me?
Your mother's awakening is a wonder.|But she might not be the same person she used to be.
What do you mean?
There have been some cases in which|the patients didn't recognize their own children: amnesia.
Loss of memory.
Sorry.
Mental confusion. Blending of|long and short-term memory...
Taste and smell irritations,|delayed perception. We don't know,
how badly the brain was damaged.|There are a lot of uncertain possibilities.
I'm sorry to have to say this,|but mother is still in great danger.
I'm afraid I can't give you much hope|that she'll survive the next few weeks.
Well...
Can we take...|her home with us?
Out of the question.|She is in very good hands here.
It's also simpler for you.|She can't take another heart attack.
You have to keep your mother|away from any excitement, even any danger of excitement.
And I mean|any form of excitement, Mr. Kerner!
Any excitement.
It's life-threatening.
And this?
And this?
Isn't this a reason to get upset?
My mother doesn't know anything about the Fall of the Wall.|She'll find out about that here immediately.
Your granddaughter.
Your granddaughter.
Mummy.
What's happened?|- You collapsed.
What's happened?|- You collapsed.
8 months ago.
8... months ago?
I can't... remember.
That's normal. It will come back to you.|You just have to have patience.
And what... what happened?
Well, that was...|- It was October.
I think you wanted to go shopping.
And... there was a big queue in|front of the store. And it was so hot,
you just collapsed.|- In October?
It was a really hot October.|Back then.
Yes.
And then?
You were in a coma, Mum.
I want to go home.
That I promise you.
We want to celebrate your birthday.|As every year.
We want to celebrate your birthday.|As every year.
Alex, that's complete madness.|- We don't leave her alone, we promised her.
Mum is fatally ill.|It's better for her here. They've got the equipment.
Just this once, be realistic.|- No, you be realistic.
What happens when she doesn't have a single room anymore?|Or when someone lets the cat out of the bag?
She'll hear what is happening outside in here.|She won't take it.
Alright, all of this rubbish has to come out.
Are mum's curtains still in the basement|- You can't be serious.
They're rawlplugged.
Oh great!|- Guess it'll have to be re-plastered.
Oh great!|- Guess it'll have to be re-plastered.
Can you please tell me what he's doing?|- What do you think I'm doing?
What should I think? - What should he think?|- That you have to make way.
Or should we put Mum in the basement?|- Excuse me, I've paying the rent for this flat for 5 months!
Or should we put Mum in the basement?|- Excuse me, I've paying the rent for this flat for 5 months!
Generous of you, Rainer! - For the whole apartment!|47,80 German Mark! In the West|that's not even enough for a telephone bill!
And in the East you have to wait 10 years to get a telephone connection!|- Can't you just...?
Mum has to find the room|in the same condition she left it in. The doctor said
she has to stay in bad okay?|So it's only about this one room.
And when she's better, we'll see what we'll do.|- You didn't get what the doctor said. Mum will probably...
That's what you said 3 months ago,|when you wanted to switch off the machines.
That was a different situation, you can't compare this!|- What do you want to tell her then, Ariane?
That you've given up your studies,|because you're selling Hamburgers now?
"Enjoy your meal and thank you for choosing Burger King."
8th floor?.|- Yeah.
Elevator, hm?|- Broken. - Shit.
You can say that again.
My life changed drastically.
My life changed drastically.
And the day we wanted to take mum home|was ever drawing nearer,
relentlessly like a big Russian tank.
What're you doing sniffling in my cupboard?|- Not in your cupboard. That's from the old clothes collection.
What're you doing sniffling in my cupboard?|- Not in your cupboard. That's from the old clothes collection.
And how do you look?|It would be nice if you would think a little for a change.
Look at this. This garbage is what we used to wear.
Sign here.
The physiotherapist is coming|3 times a week. Have you got any more questions?
Your mother is going at her own responsibility.|You know how I think about this.
Where is the previous Doctor, by the way?
Doctor Wagner, he went to Düsseldorf.|- I understand. And you?
When do you run away?|And you want to lecture me about responsibility.
Please lie down a second.
Why?|- Please. Just lie down.
If there's another cardiac arrest:|short, strong thumps on the chest.
Careful! She mustn't wake up.|- Alright, boss!
Ariane and I'll set up a schedule.|And there's the physiotherapest.
There's always someone with her. It'll work.
Most GDR citizens already exchanged|their savings cashlessly.
There are only 2 weeks left.|You should hurry. Because as Gorbatschow once said:
He who is late...|- Excuse me?.
will be punished all his life. - I can't hear it anymore.|- Excuse me!
Could you tune down the radio please?|My mother needs rest.
Alright, boss.
Don't you want to introduce us?|- Oh yes, of course. This is Lara.
Hello, Lara.
Could you let me past, please?
Hello, Christiane!
Alex! What is it?
Hello? Alex!
Nothing's changed in here.
What should have changed?
Oh, if you're bored,|you can listen to cassettes.
I'm afraid the radio receiver is broken.
But I'll repair that.|- Alex?
It's good to know|you're not alone.
When your father...
When he was suddenly gone...
I didn't think I'd make it.
I never told you that...
I thought about laying hands upon myself.
But you visited every day.
And you talked about school and Sigmund Jähn.
You heard that?
I'm sorry to cause you so much work.
I can't even use the toilet by myself.|- Mum.
That doesn't matter.
The important thing is for you to get well.
I'll try hard.
You have to rest now.
I'll just go to the shop,|but Ariane is still there.
Oh, Alex...?
I'm craving for Spreewood gherkins.|Can you fetch me some?
No problem, Mum.
That's what I thought.
At the end of June 1990 the shops of|our socialist Fatherland were emptied.
Real money was coming in from the country|behind the Wall.
While most citizens queued in long lines in front of the|Republic banks with their usual patience...
we were still frantically looking for mother's bankbook.
we were still frantically looking for mother's bankbook.
Yearned for by everyone, the German Mark flooded|our little community.
Halleluja, Halleluja...
Halleluja, German Mark!
(Song) Such a day, so wonderful...
And the money was exchanged 2 to 1.|Germany won 1:0!
Unstoppable shot!|Germany is one-nil up by Lothar Matthäus!
Mocca Fix? - Haven't got that anymore.|Filinchen Crispbread? - Not for sale anymore.
Spreewood gherkins?|- Goodness, where do you live, boy?
We've got the German Mark now. And there you come|asking for Mocca Fix and Filinchen?
Over night, our grey store was transformed|into a colourful product paradise.
Over night, our store was transformed|into a colourful product paradise.
And I became the king as a customer.
They're from the Netherlands.
Good afternoon, Mr. Ganske.
That's how far they've driven us already...|that we have to go fishing in the garbage.
Mister Ganske,|have you still got Spreewood gherkins?
What?|- Spreewood gherkins!
I'm sorry, young man.|I'm unemployed myself.
An empty glass would do, too.
I wanted to introduce Rainer to Mum today.
Later.|We don't want to demand to much of her.
Perhaps you're right.
Yes.
I'm afraid there was a supply shortage|for Spreewood gherkins.
It's alright. These are fine too.
Listen, you really don't have to take|care of me all the time.
It's awkward for me.|- Mum.
No, really. Maybe...
... you could put the TV next to the bed.|Then I'll manage by my own.
Watching TV still is too tiring for you.|- But why? Why shouldn't I...
be able to watch TV?|- We'll ask the Doctor.
Mum, we have to talk to you about something.
It's like this...
We wanted to ask you if...
We need your authorization to access your bank account.|- What is it?
Do you need money?|- No. No.
It's just that you can't go walk|the bank by yourself anymore.
And it would simply be better if...
you sign this.
Yes, and...
maybe now would be best.
But there's no hurry is there?
You're keeping something from me?|Has something happened? Are you in debt?
Please trust us, it's important!
Before I let you have all my money,|I have got a right to know what it's for don't I?
All right.
It was supposed to be|a surprise but...
We received a notification.
From Zwickau.|We can fetch our "Trabant" (GDR car).
From Zwickau.|We can fetch our "Trabant" (GDR car).
After only 3 years?
And for that we need the money|that you've saved.
You don't think...|I got my money at the bank?
I've hidden it.
And where?|- Where?
I forgot.
I've totally forgotten, it's all gone.|- Mum, just think.
Father is coming home late today,|don't you think?
Mum...
That's alright.|Soon you'll be better again.
We'll celebrate your birthday.|As every year.
With the house community.|We have always celebrated it.
This is the First German Television|with the news.
Comrade Ganske watches West-TV?
Comrade Ganske fell in love.|During a vacation in Hungary.
With a pensioner from... Munich.
Since then his love for the party has suffered.
Oh.|- Well...
Are you finished?
I'm sorry I'm late again.|- There it is. Even with a balcony.
Since some citizens didn't even return from their|vacation in Hungary,
Since some citizens didn't even return from their|vacation in Hungary,
the apartment market in the Capital eased considerably.
There were deserted apartments everywhere,|which we only had to enter.
The guy moved to the West last year.|A colleague gave me the hint.
The guy moved to the West last year.|A colleague gave me the hint.
Get a load of that! - Get a load of that|- It's working! - Tempo-beans!
Globus green peas!|That can't be true.
Mocca Fix Gold!|I've been looking for that all the time!
Can I have that?
I have to go.
Sleep on...
Morning, Mum.
Morning, Alex.
Are you in a hurry?|- I have to go to work.
Alex, please remember the TV.|- Let's talk about that later.
Alex, please remember the TV.|- Let's talk about that later.
Oh and about my birthday.|Invite Klapprath and perhaps a few pupils.
As if the fucking gherkins weren't enough trouble already.|Now she wants to watch TV.
What should I do?|- Yeah, Houston. We got a problem.
Yeah, and now? - I thought you might have an idea.|No, I meant the picture.
Oh.
Now?|- Nope.
It didn't work very long.|- Semi-finale! I'll just go over to the Pollnicks.
Then go already.
Excuse me.|Are those gherkins from the Spreewood?
Nope, from the Netherlands.
Just show her something old.|- What do you mean?
Old East-TV stuff on video tape.
News from last year? She'll notice for sure.
Ah, I don't think so. It was always the same rubbish.|- Where should I get the videos from?
I haven't even got a recorder.|- Bad enough.
What's the score?
What's the score?
Beckenbauer, Rudi Völler...|You don't want to see it...
Germany made it into the finale!
While the world time clock at the Alexander Square|rushed towards mother's birthday,
a tiny round ball united the social development...
of the split nation and let things, that belonged|together, grow together.
I slaved away like a Hero of Labour to resurrect|the GDR in every detail
in mother's room until this day.
Have the cross-word puzzles already been solved?|- Untouched like a virgin.
Great. I'll take them all.
Oh and these ones too.
They laid my daughter off too.|All of a sudden it was: "Thank you, and goodbye."
And for that we worked for 40 years, oh leave me alone......|They'll even drop the TV ballet.
Don't you do anything apart from watching TV?
Don't you do anything apart from watching TV?
To get back to my mother. The problem is that
she doesn't know about the Fall of the Wall|- Enviable.
And it's her birthday next week.|She would really be happy about a visit.
Have you really got it now?|I don't want to hear one false word.
And our 20 Marks?|- The work comes first.
The first guests were invited.|Others still had to be persuaded.
A lot of people of the Polytechnical Secondary School|"Werner Seelenbinder"...
had withdrawn to their private lives.|Including Doctor Klapprath.
Once headmaster and outstanding|teacher of the People.
Once headmaster and outstanding|teacher of the People.
We were all valuable people.
Isn't that right, Alex?
I admired your mother.|She was an outstanding educator.
I admired your mother.|She was an outstanding educator.
And an excellent human being.
That's why she was neutralized.
Some comrades in the collective|thought her to be too...
idealistic.
Ever since your father...
Her idealism was well-respected, but...
in the daily school routine, it...|can become problematic sometimes.
And then you simply gave her the boot.
You still owe her something.|- Yes.
You're a Dispatcher. Can you remember that?|- Dispatcher? In the East?
Yes, of course in the East. You organize the|purchasing of a Mitropa-Restaurant.
Write this down:|School Education EOS Juri Gagarin.
Write this down:|School Education EOS Juri Gagarin.
And you were Group Council Chairman with|the Pioneers. - Group Council... what?
Group Council Chairman.|- That's enough.
I won't use those plastic diapers anymore.|That's going too far.
Got it?|Yes, Group Council Chairman.
Here you are, 30 broadcasts of "Current Camera",|10 broadcasts of "Black Channel"...
6 broadcasts "Colourful Boiler" and 4 broadcasts of|"A Day in the West". It's all copied.
Sponsored by the country's picture library|and a very charming Denis.
I hope that'll work.
What are you doing crawling on the ground?|- That's the cable for the antenna so you can watch TV?
We've got the World Cup. Truly a gift.|There is no better time to
supply satellite dishes to the East.
Okay? Got it? We come to phase 3...
What was that?|- No idea. Interferences, happens from time to time.
Good evening, ladies and gentlemen and welcome|to the "Current Camera".
Hard provocation against the border.|Protests in the Chancellor's office in the FRG (West Germany).
Chip-Power GDR.|The foreign press acknowledges achievements...
Things are running outside|and I feel so useless in here.
Can't you put a note on the house community's|pin board?
Whoever's got any problems can come to me.|I can write inputs from bed.
I don't know.|You shouldn't exert yourself.
Morning, Alex. Is it time already?
You want a swig? You want a swig?|- Oh holy shit!
Shit. Shit, yes? Shit!
Goodness, goddamn shit!
I feel sick.
While many loudly thought of themself|being the World Cup holders of tomorrow,
While many loudly thought of themself|being the World Cup holders of tomorrow,
sounds from the past|came out of mother's bedroom.
Our home|is not only the towns...
and villages...
Our home is also|all the trees in the forest...
Our home...
is the grass on the sward,|the corn on the field...
and the birds...
in the air and the animals on the ground...
and the fishes in the river are the home...
And we love the...
That was wonderful. Thank you. Thank you, children.
You learned that from me, didn't you?
Yes.
Dear Christiane!
We are here... today... here,
because it's your birthday.|And... I would like to wish...
you all the best|in the name of the party direction.
And...
the basket.
For you.
That's kind of you. Thank you.
Klapprath.
Rosenthaler Kadarka... Mocca Fix Gold...
Globus green peas.
The colleagues and... the comrades...
of the POS "Werner Seelenbinder"... they...
would like to thank you in particular|for all the years,
Christiane, that you... were...
a... good colleague...
and... a dear comrade...
uhm...
And anyway, I wish you all the best|for your birthday and remain the same person you are...
Christiane.
Dear comrade Kerner...
All the best...
and... good health...
and that everything will be|as it used to be again.
Lara, come here.
This is Lara.
An exchange student from the Soviet Union.
Her dad is a teacher for the deaf and dumb.
Don't marry him too early.|- Mum.
Even though the thing with the flat|will work out earlier then.
My Alex can be|a real block-head sometimes.
And Rainer...
that's my Ariane's new boyfriend.
He... he is a...
Dispatcher.|- Right, I'm a Dispatcher.
I used to be with them myself...|All the best from the heart... Pioneers!
I used to be with the|Free German Pioneers...
Thank you, Rainer.
As a Group... um...
Cha...
Group Chairman... back then...|- Thank you!
Be ready, be ready!|- Thank you, Rainer!
Yes, Mum. Another year is over.|What's changed?
Not much really.|Paula got her teeth and a new dad.
And me... yes.
Unfortunately, we cannot go over to|the Café Moskow to drink to your health,
but we're all together.|And that's the most important thing.
We didn't always make it easy for you,|but you were always there for us.
And, by any rate, I can't think of|a better family than ours.
And that's what I wanted to thank you for.|Mum, you're the best mother in the world.
Alex?|- And we all love you.
Alex?.|- What's the matter?
What's that?
That's...|- Yes, what's the meaning of that?
I don't know what the comrades are doing there again...|A fata morgana.
That's from the West.|- It's a mirage.
It will have been approved somehow.|- Please calm down, Mum!
There's an explanation for everything. Right...
Boys, please sing something, will you?
Lara! Wait a moment, I... Lara?.
"Build up, build up".
What's the matter all of a sudden?
Build up.|For a better future...
we build up our home...
I'm sorry for your mother.|What you're doing is too scary for me.
And what is this nonsense|about my father being a teacher for the deaf and dumb.
He was a simple cook, you know that.|- But she rejoiced in that.
What should I've told her?|That he's dead? In her state?
You mean to say, when you're lying already,|it doesn't make any difference anyway.
Cheers for her,|cheers for her...
Lara!
Cheers for her,|cheers for her...
three cheers for her!
Cheers, cheers, cheers!
Just a little further away.
Just a little further away.
Just a little more..
Watch out, will you? We're filming here!|- Can I see your authorization?
Didn't he inform you?|- Me? Who?
Oh, what was his name?|- Something with "M".
I'll just go and ask around.|Until then, you don't film anything!
Got the logo? - Yes.|Sharpness on me?- Yes.
We're waiting for the evening sun.|- Don't overdo it, the guy will be back soon.
Just you wait.|With the evening sun it'll look brill.
When I stared at the clouds on that day,|I realized that the truth
was just a doubtful matter,|that I could adapt to mother's
familiar surroundings.
familiar surroundings.
I only had to study the language|of "Current Camera"...
and spur on Denis' ambition|as a film director.
Today Günther Mittag, secretary for Economy|in the CC of the SUD,
visited the Coca Cola group in West Berlin.|The reason for the comrade's visit are...
details of the completed|trade agreement between Coca Cola...
and the VEB Drink Collective Combine Leipzig.
Security officers of West Berlin hinder|the work of the GDR television.
Surely, the capitalistic press|censors find the loss the mighty
Coca Cola group has suffered against the|VEB Drink Collective Combine Leipzig...
in the patent procedure too embarrassing...|Please let the GDR television
work undisturbed!|- That's it, I'm calling the police!
A testimonial of international|scientists now finally confirmed
to the Collective Combine,|that the original Coca Cola flavour
was developed in the 50s|in laboratories of the GDR. Back to the studio.
Coca Cola is a socialist drink?
I thought, Cola existed before the war.
Don't you understand, Mum?|The West ripped us off all these years!
Until the end of August|593 deaths by drugs were registered.
60% more than in the year before.|- Now I remember!
What?|- Where I hid the money.
In the living room. In the small chest of drawers.
In the left drawer|under the wax paper.
The old rubbish with the red dot|is going to the bulk waste.
How could I forget?
Hey, here I am!|- Oh, hello!
And?
Has she swallowed it?|- Yes, of course. - Really?
Has she really swallowed it?|- I'm telling you.
They've driven us this far!|- Good evening, Mister Ganske.
They betrayed us and sold us out!
The lack of sharpness didn't irritate her?|- No.
And for that we worked 40 years...|- We could rebuild a studio.
We would have different possibilites|with a blue box.
What... what are you doing there?
And? What should we do with it?|- Exchange it, of course.
I'm sorry, but the deadline expired|2 days ago.
I'm sorry, but the deadline expired|2 days ago.
But it's a special case.|- We've only just found it today.
It's even okay for us,|if you exchange 1 to 4 or 1 to 5...
I'm afraid there is no prolongation.|And we wouldn't have exchanged cash anyway.
That can't be!|- It has to be possible!
I'm sure you heard me. Time's up!|- Your time is up soon, you bastard!
These are 30,000 East Marks! That was our money,|for 40 damned years!
Now you Western fuck want to tell me,|this isn't worth anything?
Please leave our premises now.
Keep your hands off! And what are you all gawking at?
It used to be your money, too!
Keep your hands off! You assholes!
Are you going mad or what?
I felt like a Commander|of a submarine in the Northsea-Fleet,
whose battle-hardened steel skin|had sprung a leak.
Everytime I closed a leak,|another one opened.
Ariane denied being my brother in arms,|the class enemy raised his Cola-flag
and a fresh wind from the West|blew mother's East money around my ears.
What're you laughing about?|- Yell.
Why?|- You have to vent some air.
Open up your valves. Just yell!
In Summer 1990, the German|national team exceeded the plan...
and became World Cup holder.
And mother kept on getting better.
The pullover marked "Size 48" has the|width of a "Size 54"
The pullover marked "Size 48" has the|width of a "Size 54"
and the length of a "Size 38". Full-stop.
I don't know how the employees|of Milena come to these measurements.
In the Capital there are no people who|are so small and square. Full-stop.
Christiane, that's good.
If it's our fault...|If it's... our fault...
that we cannot accommodate the Central Plan|with our sizes, comma...
we would like to apologize for that. Full stop.
In this case...|we shall endeavour to become, comma...
in the future, smaller and|squarer. Full stop.
With socialist salutations.
Hanna Schäfer.
Hello, Mrs. Schäfer.
Oh Alex. It's so nice to talk to your mother.|It feels just like living in the past.
A little changes here and there|and I'll send it to the OTTO mail-order company.
Our home is also|all the trees in the forest...
Our home is also|all the trees in the forest...
Our home...
I've got some nice visitors.|That's Frank and Christian...
of my former class.|- Hello.
Hello.|Mrs. Kerner has to rest now, alright?
Bye.|- Alex, why?
Now scram!|- And the 20 Marks? - What 20 Marks?
Sascha said,|we'd get 20 Marks for that!
Hello, Mr. Mehlert. - Hello, Alex.|Problems with the toaster?
My mother will be happy,|just go ahead. And you get out of here!
And tell your mates, I don't want to see a Pioneer here ever again. - Alright, boss.
Have you gone nuts?
You can't just let the|boys in here!
But why? She was pleased, wasn't she?
You can't do anything right with you Easties!|Having something to complain about is what matters to you most!
You're just like your mother|and her stupid GDR-inputs.
My mother doesn't grumble!|She's trying to change
the conditions of the society step by|step through constructive criticism. - Sure.
And you were never interested in that!|- Nope.
Haven't you noticed?|We're in the socialist veteran's club.
Good evening.|Why don't you take admission fees?
Yeah, let's charge admission fees!
You be quiet.|He's bought a Trabbi (GDR car). - Really?
An estate car.
That can't be happening. Paula will get a defect,|if this goes on much longer. - Oh come on!
20 years in the GDR didn't harm|our health, did they?
I've really got my doubts about you.
Shit. Shit!
Well done. Get a cloth.
What is it? Nosebleeds again.
I know it's a little stressful at the moment|I'd also prefer,
if we didn't have to...|- I saw dad... earlier.
Where?.|- At work.
I recognized his voice immediately.
What did he say?
3 cheeseburgers and|2 portions of chips with mayonnaise, please.
3 cheeseburgers and|2 portions of chips with mayonnaise, please.
Um, 3 cheeseburgers and|2 portions of chips with mayonnaise!
And... what does he look like?
He drives a Volvo estate car and|got glasses with a golden rim.
What did you tell him?
Enjoy your meal and thank you|for choosing Burger King.
Enjoy your meal and thank you|for choosing Burger King.
My father lived somewhere in this City.|I saw his image in my mind.
A fat guy who stuffed himself with cheeseburgers|and chips all day.
He lived in his world and I lived in mine.
He didn't have anything to do with me|and I didn't have anything to do with him.
Hold still or it won't work.
Will it take much longer?
'cause I have to be home|in 2 hours at the latest.
You always have to be somewhere in 2 hours.|It's getting boring.
Oh great. I got a sick mother,|a demanding job...
and a miffed girlfriend.|- I've got my exams in 2 days.
It's second nature to you.|This little bit of putting a plaster on.
Then I can stop learning, can't I?
I was well-meant.|I believe in you.
Lara, stop this shit, please!
You have to tell your mother!|- What?
You have to tell your mother!|- Not because of me, but because of her!
Lara!|- What?
Shit! Lara!
The life in our little country|became ever faster.
Somehow we were all just like atoms|in a big particle accelerator.
But away from all the frantic pace of the new time|there was a place of quiet,
But away from all the frantic pace of the new time|there was a place of quiet,
silence and leisureliness,|where I could finally have a lie-in.
Well, Paula. Alex didn't use to be|so tired when he came home from work.
Our Paula's learning to walk, Alex!
There! There!
There!
See? I can do it, too.
Paula! See?
My little Paula. Come to your Granny.|Come, come.
Now we'll show Alex,|what we can do, okay?
Right...
Now let's see just how far|your Granny can walk.
Hi! - Hi!|- Good afternoon.
Young man,|can I just sit down for a moment here please?
Of course.
You're not from here, are you?|- Nope, from Wuppertal.
From the West?
Mum?
Mum, what are you doing? Come on.|- Mum!
What is it with you?|You can't just get up! Shit.
What's actually happening here?
Central Committee of the Socialist...|Unity Party of...
Germany.
Sound is in order.|- Right.
Right. I'm ready.|- Camera running.
3, 2, 1...
Berlin.
Still running.
Berlin.
In a historic special session of the|Central Committee of the Social Unity Party of Germany...
the General Secretary of the SUG's CC|and Chairman of the GDR's Council of State,
Comrade Erich Honecker, in a great matter of humanitarian politeness,
consented to the entering of the country by people from the FRG|who've been requesting exile at the GDR embassies in Prague and Budapest.
In this development, Honecker sees...
a change in the East-West-relations|and promised every man and woman entering the country...
a change in the East-West-relations|and promised every man and woman entering the country...
a welcome money of 200 East Marks.
Unemployment,|bad future prospects...
and the increasing election victories|of the neo-Nazi Republicans...
made the unnerved FRG citizens|turn their backs
on the capitalism to|try and start...
a new life in the country of workers and farmers.
Here they park,|the new GDR citizens from the FRG.
The entering FRG citizens|were accommodated in the Berlin districts...
"Center" und "Friedrich's Grove".|The CC of the SUG...
created the campaign "Solidarity West"|because of the historic situation,
to make sure all the new citizens|receive proper living space.
Somehow I have to admit|that my game started to break free.
Maybe the GDR I created for my mother,|was the one I would have liked to have.
Citizens who are ready|to accommodate a refugee from the FRG,
please report to their|Section Plenipotentiary.
How many are there already?
I don't know. Ten, twenty thousand?
Look at that.|The people want to come into our country.
Where are they all going to live?|- They'll find something.
You've heard it, they're taking care of it.
No, children. This is our responsibility.|We have to help.
But how do you think we can?|I mean, there's no room left in here.
Our holiday home.|- Our holiday home?
We could do it up.|I wanted to get out there anyway.
Congratulations. You've done a great job.|Now she wants to go to the holiday home.
You'll have to redecorate the entire City.|Why don't you start?
But I'm telling you one thing,|I won't take this any further.
Ariane and I'll get a bigger apartment.|In 4 weeks we're out of here.
What?
I'm pregnant.
Again?|Can't you be more careful?
Don't you think Paula is enough? And Mum?
You can't leave me alone!|- Then take some refugees.
You're so cynical.|You want her to die, don't you?
And so the unity of our little|family was restored.
That's your child. And this is the heart.
Amazing!
An all-German baby was on its way.|And all-German contracts...
An all-German baby was on its way.|And all-German contracts...
were signed.|In Moskow, they calculated
that 2 and 4 equals one and drank|Krim Champagne to all-German brotherhood.
In Berlin we took our|first all-German trip.
I'm not a little child anymore.|Please take off the cloth.
Don't look!
Where are we going?|- The surprise stays a surprise!
The Trabbi (GDR car) smells so new.|What colour does it have?
You've waited 3 years,|another half an hour won't make a difference. - That's right.
Mum?
Oh, it's beautiful. Sky-blue.
Right, and now turn around.
Oh my god. The garden.
Remember the time Alex|locked himself in the bathroom?
We knocked and knocked. Not a sound.
I climbed out of a hole|and watched all the excitement from the tree.
I climbed out of a hole|and watched all the excitement from the tree.
And I laughed so hard,|I wet myself.
What's happened in the 8 months|I overslept?
Is she asleep? - Yeah.
You've become adults,|that must be it.
You look more and more like your father.
You look more and more like your father.
Mum...
I've lied to you all this time.|It's all different from what you think.
Mum, what are you talking about?|- Your father...
Your father didn't stay in the West|because of another woman.
I lied.|And I also lied about...
not hearing anything from him again.
He wrote letters to me... and to you.
They're all... in the kitchen cupboard.
They made things so hard for him.|Just because he wasn't in the party.
It was dreadful.|He didn't let anyone notice.
But I knew.
I... knew|and I couldn't help him.
And then... there suddenly was|this congress in West Berlin.
We only had 2 days to think.
Your father wanted to stay in|the West and I...
I was supposed to follow with you.
Well, I couldn't do it.
I... I was very frightened.
You don't know, how it is.|Filling in an exit permit...
with 2 children. You can't get out immediately.|You have to wait - endlessly!
Sometimes even years. And you...
They could have taken you away from me.|Do you understand?
Yes.
I didn't go.
It was the worst mistake of my life.
I know that now.
I lied to you. Please forgive me!
My dear Robert...
I thought about you so often...
I would so much like to|see you once more.
The same evening|mother's condition suddenly worsened.
Your mother had another heart attack,|just as I feared.
At the moment, she's relatively stable.|But I'm afraid...
we have to expect the worst.|I'm sorry.
The doctors can be wrong.|- Alex, don't lie to yourself.
Here, I found it.|He lives in Wannlake.
I know, it's her last wish.|But I couldn't bring myself to go there.
Mum's not going to die.
Bye.
Now you can accommodate someone after all.
Accommodate? Who?
Someone from the West.
You have to sleep.
If you want you you can sleep|lie down in the nurses' room.
There he was. The idol of my youth.
Like a conjured spirit|from my childhood: Sigmund Jähn.
Like a conjured spirit|of my childhood Sigmund Jähn.
He didn't give autographs, he didn't|talk to Pioneers about the secrets of the universe,
the freedom you have in zero gravity|or the eternity of the cosmos.
He drove a small, stinking Lada-Taxi.|- Where do you want to go?
To Wannlake.|- I know what you're thinking.
That's what many people think.|But that's not who I am.
We were flying through the night.|Just like through the depths of the cosmos.
Light-years away from the solar system,|past strange galaxies...
with unknown lifeforms,|we landed in Wannlake.
Could you wait a moment?
I won't be long.
Good evening.|- Hello. Come in.
Is Mr. Kerner there?|- The buffet is outside. - Over there.
Hello.
Good evening.
Hello! Good evening!
Hello!
Sandman, dear Sandman,|it isn't time yet...
We send the evening greetings...
before all the children have to go to bed.
You surely have time left.
You surely have time left.
Hello.|- Hello. - Hello.
May I watch the Sandman with you?|- Only if you tell us your name.
May I watch the Sandman with you?|- Only if you tell us your name.
Alexander.
Look,|today the sandman is an astronaut.
Where I come from it's called cosmonaut.
Where do you come from?|- From a different country.
Hi, you little bears.|- Hello, Dad.
Hello. How are you?
Fine.
So, are you also a fan of the Sandman?
Yes, I am.
Excuse me, do we know each other?|- Yes, we do.
Yes. I can't think of it.|Please help me.
His name's Alexander.
Alex?
Robert. Robert!|We're all waiting for you out here.
Robert, come out!
Robert, we all know that you like to hide|in the bathroom on these occasions.
Dad, you have to give your speech.|- Robert, come out here.
I'll be back.
Oh, I see him.|You've kept us waiting.
Onto the stage!
Well, I thank you|all for coming here.
Thank you and...
enjoy the evening. Thanks.
enjoy the evening. Thanks.
I'm sorry for having this|party here tonight.
Had I known you'd come, I...
Strange, I've always thought you've got|a swimming pool.
We've got a lake nearby.|My god, I didn't even recognize you.
Now I got 2 new brothers and sisters, hm?
For 3 years, every day I waited|for a message from you.
Every day.
It was my most fervent wish.
Why have you come?
Mum's dying.
She had a heart attack.
She wants to see you once more.
What was it like up there?|- Up there?
Oh... up there.
It was wonderful up there.
Just very far away from home.
The Wall is no more.|There's no frontier!
It's not that bad.|It's all just one country now!
I don't understand a word. It's all untrue.|- That's why you have to play along.
And why did I come back to the GDR?
I don't know. Just think of something!
No, it's absurd. I can't do that.
You just have to overcome it,|then it'll be easy.
Mum.|- Yes.
Ouch.
I want to get up.
How do I look?
You can go in now.
And please remember, not a word!|- Yes, yes.
What did you talk about?|- Is that important?
How long has he been in there?|- More than an hour.
I hope he doesn't let the cat out of the bag.
The summer was over. I decided to end|the whole sham.
But once more we were about|to celebrate the anniversary of our socialist Fatherland.
But in contrast to reality...|as a dignified farewell.
Pst!
Yes? Camera running. Start at 3.
Dear citizens of the|German Democratic Republic.
If you've lived to see the wonder|of watching our blue planet...
from the depths of the cosmos...
As mum hardly couldn't wait,|we simply moved the GDR's anniversary...
from October 7 to October 2, 1990:|The eve of the reunification.
And?
Here. My best film yet, buddy.
Too bad no one but your mother|will ever see it.
Thank you, Denis. Without you, it would never...|- Yeah, it's alright. Here you go.
Zoom off, before it gets sentimental.
And tell me how it was!
On the occasion of today's annual anniversary of the GDR,|Erich Honecker resigned...
from all his functions.
What?
We ensure our friends in the world|that the socialism...
(Reporter) In his speech on the ceremony for|the GDR's anniversary...
in the Republic's palace, Erich Honecker|justified his decision by saying that
the changes achieved in the GDR in the past few months...
completed his political life's work.|Erich Honecker congratulated...
the new SED's CC General Secretary and|Chairman of the GDR's council of state:
Sigmund Jähn.|- What, Jähn?
In 1978, Sigmund Jähn was the first German|cosmonaut in space.
The new head of state addressed the|GDR's population in the evening.
Dear citizens of the|German Democratic Republic.
If you've lived to see the wonder|of watching our blue planet...
from the depths of the cosmos,|you see things differently.
Up there, in the depths of space,|the people's lives...
Up there, in the depths of space,|the people's lives...
seem small and insignificant. You ask yourself|what humanity has accomplished.
Which objectives did we set,|which objectives did we realize?
Today is our country's anniversary.
It's a very little country,|seen from the cosmos.
But still thousands of people|came to us last year.
People who we looked to as enemies and|who want to live here with us today.
We know our country is not perfect.|But what we believe in,
inspired a lot of people|in the whole world.
Maybe we have drifted off course|from time to time.
But we collected ourselves.|Socialism doesn't mean
living behind a wall. Socialism means|reaching out to others,
and living with others. Not just to dream|about a better world,
but to make the world a better place.
but making it a better world.
I have therefore decided|to open the GDR borders.
Shortly after the Fall of the Wall,|thousands of FRG citizens...
seized the opportunity|to visit the GDR for the first time.
Many want to stay. They're looking|for an alternative to...
the hard battle for survival in the capitalistic system.|- Isn't that wonderful?
Not everyone wants to join in with career addiction and|aggressive marketing.
Not everyone wants|to fight his way through life.
(Song) Such a day,|so wonderful like today...
These people want a different life.|They realize that cars,
video recorders and TVs are not everything.|They are ready to
realize a new life with nothing but|good will, vigour and hope.
Amazing.
My mother survived the GDR|by 3 days.
I guess it was the right thing,|that she never did learn the truth.
She died happily.
She wished for us to|scatter her ashes to the four winds.
That's not allowed in Germany.|Not in the West and not in the East. But we didn't care.
Up there she is floating and|maybe she is looking down at us.
And sees us as tiny|dots on our little Earth.
Just like Sigmund Jähn back then.
The country my mother left|was a country she had believed in
and which we kept alive|until her last second.
A country that in fact never existed like this.
A country that in my memory|will always be connected to my mother.
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Gift The 2000
Gigi
Gigi 1958
Ginger Snaps 2 Unleashed
Ginger Snaps Back 2004
Ginger and Cinnamon - Dillo con parole mie
Ginger e Fred - Fellini (1986) CD1
Ginger e Fred - Fellini (1986) CD2
Gioconda La
Girl Interrupted UK 25 FPS
Girl Next Door
Girl from Wilko The (Andrzej Wajda 1979) CD1
Girl from Wilko The (Andrzej Wajda 1979) CD2
Girl on the Bridge The
Gladiator 2000
Gleaners and I The
Glengarry Glen Ross CD1
Glengarry Glen Ross CD2
Gloire de mon pere La (1990 aka My Fathers Glory)
Gloomy Sunday
Gloria CD1
Gloria CD2
Glory
Go-Con! Japanese Love Culture 2000
Go 2001 Isao Yukisada - Keymaker CD1
Go 2001 Isao Yukisada - Keymaker CD2
Goalkeeper The (2000)
God Of Cookery The
God of gamblers 1989 CD1
God of gamblers 1989 CD2
Godfather 2 The
Godfather 3 The
Godfather The
Godfather The Part 1 CD1
Godfather The Part 1 CD2
Godfather The Part 2 CD1
Godfather The Part 2 CD2
Godfather part 3
Godfathers Of Mondo The 2003
Gods Must Be Crazy The 1980
Gods and Generals CD1
Gods and Generals CD2
Godzilla
Godzilla Mothra and King Ghidorah 2001
Godzilla against mechagodzilla
Gohatto 1999
Going My Way CD1
Going My Way CD2
Gojoe
Gold Rush
GoldenEye
Golden Child The CD1
Golden Child The CD2
Golden Voyage Of Sinbad The
Goldfinger
Gone in 60 Seconds
Gone with the Wind 1939
Gone with the Wind CD1
Gone with the Wind CD2
Gone with the Wind CD3
Gone with the Wind CD4
Good Advice
Good Boy
Good Boy 2003
Good Cop The
Good Earth The - Victor Fleming 1937 CD1
Good Earth The - Victor Fleming 1937 CD2
Good Morning Vietnam
Good Son The
Good Thief The (2002)
Good Work (1999)
Good bye Lenin 2003
Good the Bad and the Ugly The
Goodbye Girl The
Goodbye Mr Chips (1939)
Gospel of John CD1
Gospel of John CD2
Gothika 2003
Gotter der Pest 1970
Goutes d eau sur pierres brulantes 1999
Goya - Carlos Saura 1999
Goyokin - The gold of the Shogun 1969
Gozu (23976fps)
Graduation Day
Gran Vida La - (Living It Up) 2000
Grand Restaurant Le 1966
Grande Illusion La
Grande Strada Azzurra La) CD1
Grande Strada Azzurra La) CD2
Grapes of Death The
Grapes of Wrath The CD1
Grapes of Wrath The CD2
Grave Of The Fireflies CD1
Grave Of The Fireflies CD2
Graveyard Of Honour
Grease 1978 CD1
Grease 1978 CD2
Grease 2
Great Dictator The CD1
Great Dictator The CD2
Great Escape The (1963) CD1
Great Escape The (1963) CD2
Great Expectations 1998
Great Gatsby The (Jack Clayton 1974)
Great Race The
Great Silence The
Great White Hope The 1970
Great Ziegfeld The CD1
Great Ziegfeld The CD2
Green Card
Green Dragon 2001
Green Fish (1997) CD1
Green Fish (1997) CD2
Green Mile The
Greetings
Gregorys Girl
Gremlins
Gremlins 2 The New Batch CD1
Gremlins 2 The New Batch CD2
Grey Gardens (1975)
Grey Zone The
Greystoke The Legend of Tanzan CD1
Greystoke The Legend of Tanzan CD2
Grifters The
Grinch The - Jim Carrey
Grind
Grind 2003
Gronne Slagtere De 2003
Grosse Pointe Blank (1997) CD1
Grosse Pointe Blank (1997) CD2
Groundhog Day
Grudge The
Grudge The CD1
Grudge The CD2
Guadalcanal Diary
Guarding Tess 1994
Guernica
Guerreros
Guess Whos Coming To Dinner CD1
Guess Whos Coming To Dinner CD2
Guest House Paradiso
Guilty As Sin 1993 25fps
Guilty By Association 2003
Guilty By Suspicion (2003)
Guinevere 1999
Gullivers Travels 1939
Gun Crazy - A Woman From Nowhere
Gun Crazy Vol 2 Beyond the Law
Gunaah
Gunfight at the O K Corral 1957 CD1
Gunfight at the O K Corral 1957 CD2
Gung Ho
Guns And Talks CD1
Guns And Talks CD2
Guns Of Navarone The
Guru The
Guts Of A Beauty (1986)
Guy Thing A
Guys And Dolls
Guys The
Gypsy (Mervyn LeRoy 1962) CD1
Gypsy (Mervyn LeRoy 1962) CD2