The Lives Of Others 2007
Amazon Instant Video
|Genres||Drama, Thriller, International|
|Director||Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck|
|Starring||Martina Gedeck, Ulrich Mühe|
|Supporting actors||Sebastian Koch, Ulrich Tukur, Thomas Thieme, Hans-Uwe Bauer, Volkmar Kleinert, Matthias Brenner, Charly Hübner, Herbert Knaup, Bastian Trost, Marie Gruber, Volker Michalowski, Werner Daehn, Martin Brambach, Hubertus Hartmann, Thomas Arnold, Hinnerk Schönemann, Paul Faßnacht, Ludwig Blochberger|
|Studio||Sony Pictures Classics|
|MPAA rating||R (Restricted)|
|Captions and subtitles||English Details|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
Simply put, if you want a glimpse of what it's like living in a Socialist state, watch this movie and you will get a good idea.
The story of "The Lives of Others" takes place in 1984 in East Berlin, when both Germanys were still separated by the wall as well as politics.
His face is so expressive that its very stillness is powerful (and never more so than in the film's final and very satisfying moment).
One of the greatest movies I've ever seen. The acting is great, the director gave us a glimpse of what life would be in Germany in the 80's, 70's or since the Soviet Union got half... Read morePublished 2 days ago by E. Davis
An excellent movie portraying the secret police of East Berlin. If you like history, you'll enjoy this movie.Published 17 days ago by Dude
Love this movie. If I was in East Germany during this time I would have been a spy. More interesting than looking at an I phonePublished 17 days ago by houx
A truly significant achievement and one that entertains and enthrals.... with the most marvellous endingPublished 18 days ago by Martin Kellard
Interesting concept. Intelligent movie.
Good but not as good as the following Bruce Willis movie:... Read more
A powerful movie. A must see for anyone interested in the debate on the subject of privacy and the state.Published 25 days ago by dean Seppelfrick