Indian Hindi Releases
Project 11 - It was hard to find anything about this film, indiafm has almost nothing about it. One of the most interesting experiments in film I've heard of this year, so look out. I don't get the "Coming to a computer near you", though. Is it going to be released online? However, you should read the facebook site, it's pretty interesting... There's also a short trailer.
Rockstar - Woooooow! I am so excited for this film, even though I don't think it's going to reach the level of Devdas 2002 and Dev.D... especially the first half of the trailer is a bit too fluffy for me. But who knows... That new girl looks promising, definitely. And is it me, or does Ranbir get hotter with the time? At first I thought he wasn't really hot, just a good actor, but I don't know... there's something about that rockstar-thing, maybe. My problem with this film is just that I'm afraid of having too big expectations. Yes, Jab We Met is one of the best rom-coms of the past century, and Socha Na Tha was an all right debut. But Love Aaj Kal?
Anyways, there's always Rahman. Is what I said before I watched Saawariya...
No, this is good. This is rocking. This HAS to be good.
Mentionable German Releases
A Dangerous Method - What a cast, top-notch! The trailer is intriguing, even though there are a few indicators of boringness, but I just hope that's the fault of the trailer-editor. I'll definitely watch this, hopefully in cinema.
Anonymous - Roland Emmerich goes from end-of-the-world to... to what? It's not a historic epic. Whatever it is, I must say it looks extremely pretentious to me, even though I like Radiohead. But really? A film about that question? Meh.
Lion King 3D - I'd love to see this childhood classic on the silver screen, but not if the price is 3D-head ache and an even more expensive ticket.
Releases at the local repertory
The 11th Flensburg Short Film Days - An event I wanted to participate in, but I'm currently saving money for our trip to Mexico, so that wasn't possible.
Taste the Waste - German documentary about the food we throw away. Interesting and important, but... I still have that copy of Rango laying around, you know...