A spirited not-quite-documentary portrait of the skateboarding subculture that flourished in East Germany in the early 1980s.
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Cinedigm Entertainment Group has acquired all U.S. distribution rights to documentary "Call Me Kuchu."
Diane Kruger and Anton Yelchin will star in the indie romantic comedy "5 to 7," written and to be directed by Victor Levin.
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A tale of a young woman's compulsive and transgressive sexual behavior that features ample shots of its characters' nether-regions, "Hemel" at first feels like a Dutch female version of "Shame."
Pic is a story of love and subterfuge in 1980 East Germany that never quite accelerates into an outright thriller.