Kino Lorber 2018-19 Home Video Catalog - Page 79



Germany
WORLD CINEMA
MODERN DEUTCHSLAND
Victoria
Titanic
“Hands down ONE OF THE BEST FILMS OF THE YEAR.”
Herbert Selpin
- HitFix
NEW! TITANTIC
Launched in the midst of World War II,
this epic production was intended as a
Grand Hotel on the Atlantic, filled with
romance and intrigue, laced with strong
anti-British and -American sentiment, and
climaxing with a spectacular recreation of
humankind’s most notorious maritime disaster. Restored in 2004 by the FriedrichWilhelm-Murnau-Stiftung, Titanic can
now take its place among the most important disaster films of the 20th Century.
Sebastian Schipper
VICTORIA
One of the few films to be done entirely
in one take. A young Spanish woman
who has recently moved to Berlin finds
her flirtation with a local guy turn potentially deadly as their night out with
his friends reveals a dangerous secret.
Germany. 2015. 138 min. Color.
German w/English subtitles.
Blu-ray $34.95 Sale $19.99
DVD $29.95 Sale $17.97
Germany. 1943. 88 min. Color. German w/ English Subtitles.
Blu-ray $34.95 Sale $19.99 DVD $19.95 Sale $11.97
Benjamin Heisenberg
Josef von Sternberg
BESTSELLER!
BESTSELLER!
THE ROBBER
THE BLUE ANGEL
Based on the real-life story of one of
Austria’s most-wanted bank robbers,
THE ROBBER is a breathless thriller
“as lean and taut as its marathon-winning title character.” (LA Times). A
champion marathoner leads a doublelife as a serial bank robber, sprinting
between fixes (and away from police
cavalcades) as many as three times a
day. Already slotted for a Hollywood
remake, THE ROBBER is a powerful, visceral study of a pathological adrenaline junkie filled with “turbocharged chase-and-escape sequences” (Minneapolis Star Tribune) that
will leave you gasping.
Germany/Austria, 2010. 101 min. Color. German w/ English subtitles.
Blu-ray $34.95 Sale $19.99
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“Examines the possibility of maintaining one’s humanity in
a truly oppressive society.” - San Francisco Chronicle
Christian Petzold
BARBARA
SILVER BEAR
BERLIN FILM FESTIVAL
A young doctor (Nina Hoss) in cold-war Germany must weigh her dedication to her patients
against an escape to the West and a chance for
freedom. An art-house box office smash and
Germany’s official 2012 Oscar® entry.
Germany. 2012. 105 min. Color.
In German w/English subtitles.
Blu-ray $34.95 Sale $19.99
DVD $29.95 Sale $17.97
(Available for USA orders only)
Marlene Dietrich stars as nightclub singer Lola
Lola, whose unrestrained sexuality was a revelation
to moviegoers of the early 1930’s. Emil Jannings
delivers a towering performance as the sexually repressed professor of a boys school who is fatefully
seduced by Lola Lola and dragged down a path of
personal degradation.
Germany. 1930. 106 min. B/W.
2 Blu-ray Set $39.95 Sale $27.47 2-DVD Set $34.95 Sale $19.99
Karl Hartl
GOLD
Karl Hartl’s high-tech thriller dramatizes the ongoing war between scientific progress and corporate greed (resurrecting some of the themes and
spectacle of Fritz Lang’s Metropolis). Hans Albers
stars as Professor Holk, an idealistic scientist developing the process of atomic fracturing, constructing an enormous electrical device to transform common lead into gold.
Germany. 1934. 117 min. B&W. German w English subtitles.
Blu-ray $29.95 Sale $17.97 DVD $19.95 Sale $11.97
Josef von Baky
MÜNCHHAUSEN
A Nazi extravaganza made in response to fantasies
like The Wizard of Oz. This lavish, adult fairy tale
(including topless harem girls) was designed to divert the German public from the reality of the war.
DVD Extras: Clips from other early
German color features. Original Trailer.
Germany. 1943. 110 min. Color.
DVD $29.95 Sale $17.97
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