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Part II: Three films from the Film Festival Cologne 2016 that you must watch

The Film Festival Cologne 2016 was held in the city of Cologne, Germany, showcasing numerous foreign language films and the finest in filmmaking from across the world. This is the second part of the two-part review on the films at the Film Festival Cologne 2016.  Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World  Lo and Behold is yet another documentary by the legendary German filmmaker, Werner Herzog, who explores the birth, influence and quite possibly, extinction of the internet and the human race. It’s Only the End of the World  After 12 years of absence, a writer goes back to his home town, ...

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Three films from the Film Festival Cologne 2016 that you must watch

Film Festival Cologne 2016 was held in the city of Cologne, Germany – ranging films from all over the world including South Korea, New Zealand, US, Japan and many more. The festival highlighted some of the finest films that the world cinema has to offer. So this is the part one of my review of the festival: The Handmaiden by Park Chan-Wook The Handmaiden’s story takes place in the 1930s Korea, where con-man Count Fujiwara with the help of a pickpocket named Sook-hee, swindle a fragile heiress Lady Hideko off her wealth and plan to send her to the looney bin. Tickled by ...

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