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Spotlight/Shoutout: Daniel Bruhl


So I am approaching the end of my 10 week intensive German class,

and I want to give the shoutout to one of Germany's most popular actors, Daniel B!

He has done hits such as "Goodbye Lenin" "The Edukators," and "Inglorious Bastards."

But I can see why he is so often used in German films. Daniel has a look and personality that display charisma and a sense of understanding.

It's too bad he's so old, or else he'd do well in a German version of "Catcher in the Rye."

But anyway, German films are a lot of fun, and I am watching "The Tunnel" tomorrow.
And no, I have no idea who is in it..............



QATFYG:
Do you have a favorite German actor? Franka Potente by chance?

Comments

  1. Daniel is my favourite too, I also like August Diehl <3

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  2. Klaus Kinski :) (german but, to be precise, born in Sopot, now Poland, Freie Stadt Danzig in 1926)
    I like the girl in The edukators a lot too. (did you like the movie? I saw it recently and was quite impressed) she was also in that movie about Sophie Scholl.

    if you enjoy german movies I'd like to suggest you Heimat by Edgar Reitz, an enciclopedia of german history in images :) and very enjoyable too

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  3. yes, I did like the Edukators,
    I thought the main actress in it was good, but her character for me was a little hard to like.

    And I will look into Heimat, danke sehr. :)

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