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A Woman in Berlin

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A nameless woman keeps a diary as the Russians invade Berlin in the spring of 1945. In her desperation, she decides to look for an officer who can protect her. She meets a Russian officer, an encounter which develops into a complex symbiotic relationship that forces them to remain enemies until the bitter end.
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October 06, 2009

Though deliberately paced and somewhat repetitive, it's...powerful and enlightening.
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December 18, 2009

The suffering of these Berlin women, however tragic, is decontextualized from the infinitely greater crimes against humanity's millions by Germany at the time, which in fact was responsible for their fate.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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September 24, 2009

The film is well-acted, with restraint, by Hoss and Sidikhin. The writer and director, Max Faerberboeck, employs a level gaze and avoids for the most part artificial sentimentality. The physical production is convincing.
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Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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September 15, 2009

This sobering account of such tragic events deserves kudos for avoiding sensationalizing a subject matter that easily could be exploited.
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Christian Science Monitor
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August 21, 2009

Sometimes a movie based on true events is forceful out of all proportion to its middling presentation.
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London Evening Standard

February 16, 2010

An honourable effort to illustrate a period in post-war German history that remained conveniently shrouded for years.
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Washington Post
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November 06, 2009

A clear-eyed portrait of a highly charged chapter in Germany's history, a history that once again proves rewarding fodder for an alert artistic imagination.
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Combustible Celluloid
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December 04, 2009

It's a rigorous adaptation, handsomely mounted and with fine performances, but totally impersonal.
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Los Angeles Times
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August 07, 2009

[A] brutal, unforgettable film.
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Austin Chronicle
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October 09, 2009

That rarest of wartime dramas: an intimate, sorrowful glimpse into the heart and loins of the hellish aftermath of war.
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Chicago Reader
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October 02, 2009

No one is guiltless-not the Russian commander (Yevgeny Sidikhin) who takes the heroine as his lover, nor her bourgeois landlady (Fassbinder alumnus Irm Hermann), who welcomes the occupiers for their black market goods.
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New York Daily News
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July 17, 2009

Though the story is based in truth, an emotionally removed Hoss feels more like a symbol than an actual person, while her detached narration keeps us at further remove.
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