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jacktrewin's avatar


fantastic - gets better as it progresses
4 years 11 months ago
Neville's avatar


A great movie, whose deliberate staginess speaks about the regime and its media before the Fall of the Wall - and after.
6 years 8 months ago
jpatrianagara's avatar


this has a good story and well-acted, love it to bits
5 years 10 months ago
frankqb's avatar


The film's fun and heart-warming premise leads to several moments of greatness, and it serves as an illuminating chronicle of life after the end of the GDR. A touching portrait of devotion to both family and history that has some depth to it. 3 stars out of 4.
6 years 10 months ago
Yaosela's avatar


This is a top movie
6 years 4 months ago
Dieguito's avatar


Very interesting plot, but it could be more dramatized and less melodramatic, it could have been a top movie..
6 years 8 months ago
arunraj's avatar


great movie ....now one of my favorite....intelligent stuff...
7 years ago
danidanii's avatar


I love this movie !
7 years 2 months ago
stexdo's avatar


Funny and with a great lead actor.
3 years 11 months ago
senorroboto's avatar


A little mawkish but merits goodwill because of its earnestness and nostalgic whimsy. In a way a lot like a big-city German version of small-town British Isles movies like Ken Loach's, Bill Forsyth's, or other films like Waking Ned Devine, etc.

Captures the spirit of a time and place takes you there with a sense of wonder.
4 years 1 month ago
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5 years 10 months ago
StevieNL's avatar


Watched it at history classes, great movie.
8 years 7 months ago
Siskoid's avatar


Good Bye Lenin! is a German comedy mostly set after the fall of the Berlin Wall, as a son desperately tries to make his mother, fresh out of a coma and weak of heart, not find out Communism has fallen and the West has, for lack of a better term, invaded. Even for those of us who didn't live through the old regime, the film makes us live the nostalgia, and while the East had its bad side, there are things one might nevertheless miss. What Dianiel Brühl's Alex creates is a better version of East Germany, as a love letter to his mother, memories of whom are inextricably linked to the GDR, and thus a love letter to her, and to the values she gave her children. The film is directed with flair and humor - I like the whole thematic thread of Alex idolizing a cosmonaut, playing into West Germany's other-worldliness, for example - and has real heart.
10 months 2 weeks ago
fricken's avatar


Very well done!
2 years 2 months ago
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syarifah dhira

This is a heartwarming stories and I love it.
2 years 5 months ago

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