While the global meltdown has most of the international film industry rattled, Germans are celebrating the start of the Berlinale with a record year for domestic films at the local box office.
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"The Blessing," follows a young woman with a bad case of postpartum depression who has yet to come to terms with her own cold, critical, controlling mother.
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Elle Fanning starrer stresses both the wonders and the terrors of the imagination.
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The German film industry had reason to cheer on the eve of the Berlin Film Festival, which starts today, with a record year for domestic films at the local box office.
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