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Jürgen Vogel  one of my most favorite German actors. Watching his movies ist most def worth it

“The Wave,” based on a 1967 teaching experiment in California, transplants the action to modern-day Germany, where a classroom is turned into a groupthink dictatorship.

Los niños de Irena Sendler - http://ofsdemexico.blogspot.mx/2013/07/los-ninos-de-irena-sendler.html

The Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler - an inspiring Hallmark Hall of Fame film about a Polish Catholic social worker who smuggled Jewish children out of the Warsaw Ghetto during WWII. Each of the children miraculously survived the war.

Max Riemelt & Hanno Kofler - Hallesche Kometen (2005)

Max Riemelt & Hanno Kofler - Hallesche Kometen (2005)

“The future lay in our hands. Uncertain, yet promising“  in Good Bye, Lenin! (2003). It´s all about surfing a wave called ostalgie, particularly referring to the nostalgia for aspects of regular daily life and culture in the former German Democratic Republic.

“The future lay in our hands. Uncertain, yet promising“ in Good Bye, Lenin! It´s all about surfing a wave called ostalgie, particularly referring to the nostalgia for aspects of regular daily life and culture in the former German Democratic Republic.

max riemelt. Those dimples!!

Max Riemelt born in East Berlin East Germany on 7 January 1984 is a German actor He is best known for playing Wolfgang Bogdanow in the television series S

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