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Dafür, dass ich ’ne ganze Woche weg war, haben sich gar nicht mal so viele Trailer angesammelt. Dafür ist aber jede Menge Actionkrams aus Asien dabei und der ziemlich interessant aussehende neue Psychothriller von Stefan Ruzowitzky (Anatomie), der in Die Hölle eine Taxifahrerin aus Wien durch ’ne Giallo-Mörder-Story schickt (Deutschlandstart am 19.01.2017). Außerdem ein neuer Trailer zum UK-Release des koreanischen Psycho-Thrillers The Wailing, zum chinesischen Bürokratie-Thriller Old Stone, dem hervorragend aussehenden Drogen/Familien-Drama Krisha, dem belgischen Crime-Thriller Blind Spot, dem Psychothriller Claire in Motion und Scorseses Period-Piece Silence.
Özge (Violetta Schurawlow), a young Vienna based taxi driver of Turkish origin. She witnesses an extremely brutal murder. The offender seems to be a crazed serial killer. And he is convinced that Özge has seen him. A life-and-death struggle ensues.
In his job as a police officer, Christian Steiner (Tobias Moretti) often has contact with people from immigrant backgrounds. Some years ago his wife left him, taking their child with her. Since then Steiner has been living with his father (Friedrich von Thun) and cares for him as best he can. Steiner finds it very difficult to trust other people, especially women.
Stephan Ruzowitzky: “‘Hell’ is set to be the fastest and toughest Austrian thriller made in recent years, full of magnificent stunts and breath-taking tension!”
South Korean box office smash, THE WAILING, is a riveting police investigation which turns into a sensationally terrifying thriller as a likeable cop is drawn into a nightmarish hunt for a source of pure evil disturbing his quiet, rural village.
Out of his depth, local police officer Jong-goo investigates a spate of killings, as well as an outbreak of madness seemingly connected to the recent arrival of a mysterious Japanese man who resides in the outskirts of the village. What’s more, he is horrified to discover his young daughter may have fallen under the stranger’s curse. Jong-goo calls on a charismatic shaman to free his daughter from the stranger’s dangerous influence, but the shaman’s intense exorcism ritual threatens to worsen the situation…and Jong-goo, with his world collapsing around him, realises he must confront the ultimate evil.
Lao Shi fights for justice after a drunk passenger grabs the steering wheel, causing an accident that put a person into a coma. Because the victim's family is destitute, Lao Shi pays the hospital bills and the insurance company refuses to cover the costs because of a technicality. Now Lao Shi needs the testimony of his passenger, who angrily refuses to cooperate. On his quest to find who's responsible for his plight, Lao Shi ends up becoming a perpetrator himself.
Following a prolonged battle with addiction and self-destruction, Krisha, the black sheep of the family she abandoned, returns for a holiday celebration.But what begins as a moving testament to the family’s capacity to forgive soon spirals into a deluge of emotional bloodletting, as old wounds are torn open, and resentments are laid bare.
Dode Hoek (Blind Spot) is the story of Jan Verbeeck, the uncompromising commissioner of the Antwerp drug squad. Known as Mr. Zero Tolerance, he is hugely popular with the people and the media. The country is thrown into commotion when he announces that he is leaving the police force just before the elections to join the extreme right party, VPV. On his last day as a policeman, he leads an investigation that takes him to Charleroi where a raid on a drug lab sets in motion a series of unforeseeable and fatal events.
Three weeks after Claire’s husband has mysteriously disappeared, the police have ended their investigation and her son is beginning to grieve. The only person who hasn’t given up is Claire. Soon she discovers his troubling secrets, including an alluring yet manipulative graduate student with whom he had formed a close bond. As she digs deeper, Claire begins to lose her grip on how well she truly knew her husband and questions her own identity in the process. Claire in Motion twists the missing person thriller into an emotional take on uncertainty and loss.
Two 17th-century missionaries (Andrew Garfield, Adam Driver) face the ultimate test of faith when they travel to Japan to find their missing mentor (Liam Neeson).