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1 Washing and sorting Christoph Blödner successfully sells used Lego bricks UNI EXTERN Page 3 Hurrying and lingering The Dresden STALIN VS BAND has been honing its sound for eleven years SUBKULT Page 10 Dredging and plucking The volleyball men at VC Dresden are on their way to the top BODY CULT Page Volume No. November 2012 Moving round at the university ZUR SACHE. Thanks to the excellence initiative, boxes will soon be packed at the TU Dresden and institutes will be transplanted into other buildings. T he drills and hammers on the campus of the Technical University of Dresden. In the next few years, new physics buildings and a new high-performance computing center will be built on Nöthnitzer Strasse. Buildings on August-Bebel-Straße and Schuhmannstraße are being renovated. For this, courses are switched to other lecture halls on campus. If it goes according to the plans of the Rectorate of the TU, this is just a foretaste of a whole series of spatial changes for some faculties. Relocation plans and their implementation have been discussed since the 1990s. The developments of the past few years make it necessary to put the old plans to the test and to adapt them to the new developments, says Kim-Astrid Magister, press spokeswoman for the TU. The Excellence Initiative has given this process increased dynamism and created additional space requirements, explained Rector Prof. Hans Müller-Steinhagen in an interview with campus radio at the beginning of November. Among other things, space is required for the graduate school, the interdisciplinary doctoral center. The financial means for this come from the Excellence Initiative and have to be built in within the next five years. The developments of the past years make it necessary to put the old plans to the test and to adapt them to the new developments. Trip to Jerusalem at Dresden University? But be careful that no one is left without a house in the big moving game! Caricature: Norbert Scholz den. In addition, there are plans to bring together faculties that were previously spread across the entire campus at one location. The new plans include, among other things, concentrating the Faculty of Linguistics, Literature and Cultural Studies and the Faculty of Philosophy in the office building on Zellescher Weg and accommodating the field of psychology at Falkenbrunnen, explains Magister. The entire administration is to move into the Fritz Foerster building. The architects, to whom the building was actually promised, should then get the rooms on August-Bebel-Straße (ad rem reported, see issue of November 7th). Prof. Bruno Klein, Dean of the Philosophical Faculty, welcomes the planned amalgamation of the Philosophical Faculty with the Language, Literature and Cultural Studies. Both faculties work closely together in organizational and academic terms, he says. In addition, many students are enrolled in both faculties because of their degree programs. For these students in particular, bringing them together would be the greatest benefit, Klein continues. The Student Council (FSR) of the Philosophical Faculty agrees in principle with this view. Klein and the FSR doubt whether the office building on Zellescher Weg offers enough space for both faculties, including the special research area and courses. Even if the location, especially to the Saxon State and University Library (SLUB), is ideal. The Excellence Initiative has given this process increased momentum and created additional space requirements. The psychologists would have to do without the good location. It is unclear whether the rooms in the Falkenbrunnen meet their requirements. Questions like these and the current state of planning should be discussed at a meeting of the entire continuation on page 2 By Lisa Neugebauer * Ladies and gentlemen, I warmly welcome you on board the special bus for desperate students who cannot find their building. Please buckle up, take a relaxing tea and say our motto Everything will be fine again and again! This service was set up by the university management to bring students to their faculty buildings should they absolutely not find their way around. Due to renovation work, lack of space and changes in the building planning, there have been some confusions and changes in the past semesters that made orientation on campus difficult. This bus service offers you the opportunity to be explained again in a quiet atmosphere where which faculty is and, if necessary, to have us take you there directly. Here on the right we would already have the building that used to house the Philosophical Faculty, but where the transport scientists are today, as the Faculty of Architecture successfully sued this location. Immediately to the left is the seat of the faculty management, which used to be a dream of the future? Spinning? Who knows! * studies German and philosophy at the TU Dresden and has been writing for ad rem since November 2011

2 2 UNI INTERN November 2012 INFOHAPPEN. Risky Progress Workshop. The fact that technical progress also harbors risks is shown not only in discussions about climate protection and the energy transition. The Risky Technologies workshop on Wednesday (November 14th, 2 pm) and Thursday (November 15, 9 am) in the office building Zellescher Weg of the TU Dresden (room A004) would like to offer more detailed insights. The program includes the opening of the student exhibition [Mit] made? Technological and natural scientist of the TH Dresden under National Socialism in the DrePunct library (14.11., O'clock). Participation is free of charge. AGö Funded Women Info. On Monday (November 19th, 5 p.m.) there will be an information event of the care building program Femtec.Network in the Weber building of the TU Dresden (room 235). The aim is to advise female students in the natural sciences and engineering on career issues and to establish initial contacts with potential professional partners. For the careerbuilding program, which includes 1.5 years of training units and excursions, female students can apply online until December 2nd. ACM Netzinfos: Dresdner Magazin Verlag GmbH, Managing Directors: Dirk Richter, Tobias Spitzhorn Nadine Faust, Tel .: (0351) Mail: Deputy Editor-in-Chief: Christine B. Reissing, University Policy: Sabine Schmidt-Peter, Dresden Campus: Lisa Neugebauer, High Cult: Anne Gerber, Nicole Czerwinka, Tamina Zaeske, subcult: Christiane Nevoigt, René Markus, film cult: Antje Meier, Janine Kallenbach, Steven Fischer, literature: Volker Tzschucke, Michael Chlebusch, body cult: Matthias Schöne, Marcus Herrmann, art: Susanne Magister, Jana Schäfer , Nico Karge, Photo: Amac Garbe, Caricature: Norbert Scholz Tobias Spitzhorn, Anne Zickler Ostra-Allee 18, Dresden Tel .: (0351), Fax: (0351) Dresdner Verlagshaus Druck GmbH & Co.KG The 586th edition will be published on A day for education The 4th future forum of the young GEW Saxony demands: Occupy your education! Under the motto Occupy your education, the Junge GEW Sachsen deals with topics related to the education sector in workshops. Not only student teachers are welcome on Saturday (November 17th) to the all-day program of the Young Trade Union for Education and Science (GEW) Saxony. I want people to realize that many of their problems are statistical in nature. Today, a student can hardly make ends meet without night shifts. The 19-year-old Lisa Richter from the FSR Psychology tells us about such disagreements. No Faculty wrangling As much as he welcomes a merger, Prof. Bruno Klein rejects profiling one faculty at the expense of another: My faculty does not take part in a predatory competition, which in this case would specifically affect the architecture faculty. It should be clear that the last word has not yet been said in detail, he adds. The rector emphasizes that everything will be checked again before final determinations are made. According to Kim-Astrid Magister, the first moves cannot be realized until 2016 at the earliest. Then we want to proceed together, explains Burkhard Naumann one of the goals of the forum. The 27-year-old is studying mathematics and physics for teaching at the TU Dresden in his third master's semester and has been organizing the event on a voluntary basis since it began in 2010. We develop the forum from year to year. While at the beginning it was mainly concerned with the school sector, it now concerns all educational areas that are organized in the GEW, he reports. The workshops are also dedicated to student advocacy, time and self management and doctoral studies. Topics such as inclusion or labor law for educators are also on the agenda. If you want, you can propose topics and today a student can hardly make ends meet without a night shift. My faculty is not participating in a cut-throat competition. Photo: Amac Garbe keep an eye out for like-minded people. Christine Reissing 4th Future Forum of the Young GEW Saxony: Saturday (November 17th, 9:30 am to 6:00 pm) in the BSZ for Technology Dresden (Gerokstraße 22); Participation free of charge; online registration without obligation; Netzinfos: it remains to be seen whether the university management was able to live up to its claim. Because she tries to find a solution that makes sense for everyone, as Kim-Astrid Magister explains. Juliane Bötel The interview of the campus radio with Rector Prof. Hans Müller-Steinhagen: INFOQUICKIES. Prof. Jochen Martin from the University of Freiburg will give a lecture on kinship systems and options for action of women and men in ancient Rome on Wednesday (November 14th, 7 pm) in the lecture hall center of the TU Dresden (room 401). The Association of German Engineers honors female engineers and their achievements. Individuals or teams with at least one female engineer can apply for the award with their developments, dissertation topics or major projects until Thursday (November 15th). Internet information: On the occasion of the International Day of the Persecuted Writer, Dresden authors will read texts by persecuted colleagues on Thursday (November 15th, 7pm). The event of the Dresden Literature Office takes place in the literature house Villa Augustin. If you feel wanderlust, you should stop by Saturday (November 17th, daily from 9 a.m.) at the 8th Africa Week of the power4africa association. In the Dresden-Neustadt market hall, you can marvel at African craftsmanship or warm up with a drum course. Network information: Melanie List, research assistant at the Chair for European Studies at the TU Dresden, will analyze a piece of GDR history on Monday (November 19th, 6pm) in the Dresden City Archives. In the lecture departure (s) from the valley of the unsuspecting? The district of Dresden and the exit applicants in the 1980s are investigating why Dresden always had the highest number of exit applications. Cowboys, John Wayne and gay westerners are Prof. Claudia Liebrand's topic on Tuesday (November 20th, 6pm). As part of the lecture Flow of Life. The change in images of masculinity in the film is examined from the development and decay of humans in the Deutsches Hygiene-Museum Dresden. AGö

3 November 14th UNI EXTERN 3 Career despite studying Christoph Blödner studied industrial engineering at the TU Dresden. Today he sells used and rearranged Lego sets on the Internet. Lego stones everywhere. In large sacks and small plastic bags, in plastic and cardboard boxes, sorted and unsorted. Some of them lie scattered on the floor or are in the trained hands of pupils and students. A few also end up in the trash can. Bitten or extremely yellowed stones are sorted out, explains Christoph Blödner. Blödner studied industrial engineering at the The business premises of Christoph Blödner's company are populated by thousands of Lego bricks, whether roughly sorted or neatly lined up. TU Dresden. But the year before that, he had a business idea. To make money, the now 30-year-old sold his old Lego bricks and found out that complete sets bring in more than loose bricks. He bought used Lego bricks, washed and sorted them. He started with an area of ​​40 square meters. In the meantime, endless shelves, 16 sorting stations, a few desks and the storage room are spread over 400 square meters in Dresden-Plauen. He sends his second-hand kits to 50 series countries. He has four permanent employees, 50 pupils and students help sort the colored stones. He buys these for up to euros per week and can already see from the photos on the Internet which sets could be put together from the hodgepodge. Because while there are many stones like sand on the sea, others, for example, were only used in a single series in the 80s. Christoph Blödner founded his own company while still a student, with which he sells assorted second-hand Lego all over the world. Photos: Amac Garbe His studies help with his career Christoph Blödner himself hardly ever gets to sort things. He takes care of shopping, unpacks the stones that have arrived, places the sorted sets or individual remaining stones on online platforms and coordinates the work schedules. He just does everything that arises. This also includes tax matters. That's actually exactly what I studied. And the course was 100 percent right, says Blödner. The alternative to self-employment would have been to work as an auditor. But the 30-year-old wanted to be independent, to do his own thing. So that he stumbled across his old Lego bricks six years ago was right for him. Even if he worked 50 to 60 hours a week for years and was able to take a few days vacation for the first time in 2011. Now Blödner is gradually giving more and more tasks to his employees and thinking about new challenges. But it's not there yet. I still enjoy my work, he says. Even if Lego bricks no longer play a role in his private life. Nadine Faust Netzinfos: Now new! Cafeteria tip of the week Just do it: I would like the sub of the day with Italian bread and the sweet onion sauce. Anyone who would order this in the cafeteria would definitely have fun. However, that would be short-lived. Haha very funny! Do you want the quark pods or the vegetarian spring rolls? The really brave would stop now until he holds the order in his hands. Very unlikely! It is more likely that someone comes up with the current ad rem and thunders it over the head. The friendly tip would be: There is a cafeteria tip in there, choose something right! This week it is: roast turkey breast with apple sauce, romanesco and parsley potatoes on Thursday (November 15) in the Dresden cafeteria boiling point and paella with salmon and chicken, with salad, on Tuesday (November 20) in the old canteen. Steven Fischer Drawing: Norbert Scholz The ease of being a student! All information for students in Saxony now in the new CampuSZ university magazine. Available free of charge in all SZ meeting points!

4 4 ENERGY CULT November 2012 Even students have to save When the dark season sets in and heating and electricity are increasingly needed, you should still think about saving energy. It's a really bad combination. The temperatures outside are falling more and more and the energy costs are rising steadily. If you live alone or with a few people in an apartment, it is easier to keep track of your energy consumption. But in large buildings such as student residences, it is difficult to understand what is being burned behind closed doors. Tips for the dormitory The living division of the Dresden Student Union is aware of this fact. Every student receives an information sheet from the caretaker when they move in, with tips on ventilation and heating, says division manager Karin Tzscherlich. However, she cannot confirm the suspicion that many residents are carelessly using electricity and heating: we do not have any major problems with energy consumption. The consumption values ​​are constantly monitored and do not show any significant deviations from the average values ​​published by the State Statistical Office. Change green electricity and gas at fair prices now! Saving energy also includes pulling the plug from time to time. th on. Others see this more critically: This statement does not provide any information about the positive or negative tendency of the values. We don't have any major problems with energy consumption. Comparing prices only confirms that the consumption corresponds to the average, says Prof. Stefan Stüer, deputy head of the Institute for Building Climatics and holder of the professorship for climate law A brand of Energiehaus Dresden eg / Schweriner Str Dresden Building and Technical Expansion at the Faculty of Architecture of the TU Dresden. In order to sensitize the tenants of the dormitories and other students to the problem, the Studentenwerk has developed posters and postcards on the subject of energy saving in cooperation with the TUUWI, the environmental initiative of the TU Dresden. The 14 tips point out, for example, the use of energy-saving lamps and the use of socket strips that can be switched off. Due to the cold temperatures, however, the heating and ventilation behavior is particularly interesting at the moment. It is no secret that there should be no heating when the window is open. But like ENERGY-SAVING VENTILATION INFORMATION. Photo: Amac Garbe does the ideal room temperature look like? The optimal value is around 20 degrees Celsius, with a temperature range of 19 to 24 degrees Celsius being common, says Prof. Stüer.If you prefer it cool, you should ensure that the moisture balance is balanced by increased ventilation, as cold air cannot absorb as much moisture as warm air. Temperature and humidity can never be viewed separately from one another. At regular intervals, but especially after showering and cooking, the room should be ventilated repeatedly so that a humidity of 30 to 70 percent is achieved, explains Stüer. The indoor climate is influenced by many factors, such as the facade insulation, the windows and the usage behavior of the residents, he says, and also points out structural weaknesses. However, many problems arise from improper use. A private botanical garden in a small single apartment can lead to excessive humidity. The indoor climate is influenced by many factors. Stickers on the door In order to further sensitize the residents of the dormitories to the topic, the Studentenwerk has come up with something special: We are considering whether a sticker that is attached to the doors in the dormitory makes sense and every tenant on the computer when leaving the apartment off, turn the heating down and close the window reminds you, reports Karin Tzscherlich. It is not only for cost reasons that one is interested in conscious use of energy, because the environment has long since ceased to be at the bottom of the list. Prof. Stüer still sees a lot of development potential and knows that there are already many intelligent solutions on the market: It would be easy to control the heating via SMS and thus react better to the individual usage behavior of the rooms. But even in this way, everyone can contribute something and with the help of the tips from the Studentenwerk about heating, ventilation and water and electricity consumption, living in a more energy-conscious and healthier manner in the future, regardless of whether in a dormitory, a single apartment or a shared apartment. Johanna Klups The optimal room temperature for living rooms is 20 degrees Celsius, in the bathroom it can be a little warmer (up to 24 degrees). In the case of bathrooms without windows, it is essential to leave the ventilation system on long enough; in case of extreme humidity, open the door and ventilate the whole apartment! Always wipe off condensation on the window and ventilate the affected rooms vigorously, because the condensation is a sign that the air can hardly absorb moisture. Tilted windows are not very helpful for air exchange unless there is a direct draft connection to another window. A weather station helps to keep an eye on the temperatures and humidity and to adjust the heating and ventilation behavior. Old windows have a high level of permeability, which means that air is sometimes exchanged. If the windows are being renovated, it is essential to adjust the ventilation behavior, as the permeability of modern windows is almost zero. Keep an eye on corners, window edges and balcony extensions. This is where mold forms most easily. The energy saving information from the Dresden Student Union is available on the Internet: JKl

5 November 14th SPARKULT 5 Lights on or lights off? The price remains the same, no matter how much energy is consumed in Dresden student dormitories. But does that tempt you to waste? Do students turn off the lights when they leave the room? Or the heating off when the window is open? ad rem asked in the dormitory on Fritz-Löffler-Strasse: How much do you pay attention to energy saving in the dormitory? Danieln Bedel, degree in mechanical engineering, TU Dresden, 11th semester: Well, that's how it works. When my girlfriend is not there, I tend to turn off the heating. Since I don't live alone in the apartment, I also make sure to turn off the light, otherwise you can get in trouble. It's really good that you always pay the same. I've never heard of any advice on saving energy. Valentina Ricci, Bachelor of English Language and German Studies, TU Dresden, 5th semester: We are four people in our shared apartment in the student dormitory. We all make sure we turn off the lights and things like that. But I also notice that many in the dormitory don't do that because lights are constantly on unnecessarily everywhere. Tobias Hailand, degree in mechanical engineering, TU Dresden, 1st semester: In our five-person flat-sharing community, we try to make sure not to use electricity unnecessarily, for example. I am used to that at home and believe that it also has something to do with upbringing. However, you feel a little freer in the dormitory because you don't have to pay extra if you use more energy. Aurelia Laubscher, Master in Biology, TU Dresden, 1st semester: I don't live in the dormitory, but my boyfriend does. And I don't think that many residents here pay attention to saving energy. On the second floor the heating pipes go long, which are hot in summer and winter. So many seem to forget to turn off the heating. Since I pay more for higher energy use, I seem to pay more attention to it than the people in the dormitory. Survey & photos: Lisa Neugebauer ABSAHNEN. Science Busters! What at first sounds like student garage punk is actually a team of three, consisting of two scientists and a cabaret artist. University professor Heinz Hummer, university lecturer Werner Gruber and cabaret artist Martin Puntigam set themselves the task of showing the physical background of animal phenomena. For example, it explains why pigs light up, how cockroaches have sex with their heads severed, or how sea snails study for high school graduation. With their current mind-reading program by caressing snails, they are making a detour to the Theater Wechselbad Dresden on Saturday (November 17th, 8:00 pm). ad rem is giving away four pairs of free tickets. Provocative and by no means boring, that's how the guys from STALIN VS BAND call themselves, who were already the opening act for the BEATSTEAKS. But great fame is not what they want. Her own style, a mixture of punk, lo-fi, garage and minimal electro, was probably born from this principle. On Saturday (November 17th, 10pm) they will give a concert in Dresden's highest-circulation regional university newspaper Ost-Pol, for which we are giving away two pairs of free tickets. Dieter Nuhr is one of the most successful comedians in Germany. With his program Nuhr unter uns he is currently touring all over Germany. He will also honor Dresden with his spirit. Because that's what mind is all about. Or the human psyche, the home of all problems. Why doesn't anyone want to be stupid when everyone knows idiots are happier? Nuhr will address these and other questions on November 22nd (8pm) in Hall 1. We are giving away two pairs of free tickets. This time, anyone who writes us, what the abbreviation Lo-Fi stands for, can win. Send your answers by Friday (16.11, 3 p.m.) to The judges' decision is final, as always. Antje Lock and Simone Döge saw Absahner Stage on Fire Acoustic, Eva Hauthal listened to the lecture by Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner and Ralf Dujmovits and Susann Beyer and André Kunert visited the film block Extreme Adventure. The STEREOLOVE concert has unfortunately been canceled. ACM Calculate cool instead of burning money. Save heating costs and create your own healthy, comfortable climate. Discover possible reasons for moisture and mold growth. Measuring devices and individual evaluation included. Know how my meter is ticking. Save costs and use your electricity efficiently. Find your secret power guzzlers. Current measuring devices can now be borrowed free of charge for DREWAG customers. From EUR 20 for DREWAG customers. Now at the DREWAG-Treff Freiberger- / corner Ammonstraße, World Trade Center information at

6 6 TRAVEL November 2012 GET THERE & AWAY. Getting there: The cheapest (from 30 euros) is the night train from Dresden to Brussels. But there are also flights from Berlin to Brussels from 30 euros. You can get to Flanders with the popular Belgian Railpass (single tickets between 5 and 15 euros). Arrived: There is a well-developed bus network in Flanders. The bus prices are comparable to those in Germany. The best way to get around is by car, bicycle or long distances by train. Sports: It is advisable to find out about the health spas and national parks in advance so that you can choose something specifically. In addition to swimming cures, the Seestadt Oostende also offers health programs for people with skin or respiratory diseases. Environment: The emissions per person for a return flight are around 380 kilograms of CO2. That is what a refrigerator consumes in one year of continuous operation. MNF Flanders is one of the three regions of Belgium alongside Brussels and Wallonia. It attracts its visitors not only with the popular cities on the North Sea. A flat country that does not want to end: Vlaanderen. A distant horizon, relaxing expanses, fields, forests and pastures crossed by canals. Flanders is the perfect travel destination if you want to let the sea breeze blow around your face. With a little imagination, you can easily follow in the footsteps of the ancient Romans here, even in very small villages. Or you just enjoy your very own population. Friendly villagers offer help At first glance, the residents appear cautious, skeptical of strangers, maybe even solitary. If you ask them for the way despite the good signage or shout a compliment to them with a foreign accent, you will be taught better. Even villagers greet them kindly. A garden bench in the shade is offered as a resting place. In conversation, both Flemish and Flemin appear very open to other cultures, and Flanders also reveals its naturalness in rural areas. Regions as hospitable and interested in the history of their visitors. This has apparently also run through the history of the region. The Belgian North Sea coast attracts every season of the year. counts a farmer. Flanders has experienced a wide variety of conquests by major European powers. Therefore you can feel a diversity and openness at all levels of cultural life. The man emphasizes that peace is more important to the Flemings than any nationality. For a moment you can follow his explanations in Flemish: a gentle Dutch with a cute accent. And it happens again. Even the farmer is starting to speak English. He also speaks French. Our films are also shown in the original language, with English or Dutch subtitles, says his wife with a laugh. National parks such as the Zwin dune area show the nature of the region. The landscape invites you to do sports. Many go jogging here, others hike, bike or enjoy a boat trip on the Flemish waters. You can relax here well. Small and large towns and villages with partly preserved medieval buildings in the centers await with the typical architecture of the country. And national parks such as the Zwin dune area show the nature of the region. The photos: Marion N. Fiedler Area is modest. Farms, infectious, happy laughing families. Small cars, clean and well-arranged cities, fields laid out in a checkered pattern and road networks. At the end of a relaxing day of hiking, you can let fine Belgian chocolate melt on your tongue. Marion N. Fiedler The Catholic Church in Leffingen is typical of Flanders architecture. BOMBAY DEHLI BEIJING SHANGHAI TOKYO SEOUL HANOI Departures from January 2013 from 511, EUR from 572, EUR from 555, EUR from 575, EUR from 569, EUR from 633, EUR from 656, EUR neue reisewelle gmbh alaunstraße 87 d dresden tel. (+49) fax (+49) TRAVEL TIPS. City, country, river: Flanders offers national parks as well as culture or city tours. In Ostend there are royal gardens to marvel at, a bathing center and a famous party mile. The student city of Ghent and Bruges (one of the most romantic cities in Europe) offer medieval city centers and elegant nightlife areas. Accommodation: Hotels and youth hostels are available in all price categories. In addition, the Flemish couchsurfing community is one of the most hospitable in the world. Food: Belgians love waffles and French fries (fritjes with mayonnaise or ketchup). In any case, you should try chocolate or pralines in specialty shops or get hold of the Côte d Or available in department stores. The popular Flemish beer West Vleteren is only available if you are lucky, Bush and Stella are also popular. You can order different types of beer in beer bars like T Botteltje in Ostend. Party: The Flemings like to party. In summer you can stroll at various festivals: At Ghentse Feesten or at music, theater and jazz festivals such as the Blue Note Festival or the Pukkelpop (an international music gathering). You can go out from posh (in the city centers) to relaxed (in the student districts). MNF

7 November 14th FILM CULT 7 To fall in love with Pete Treavis Dredd is the 3D remake of the popular science fiction comic series 2000 AD. T he future is not a beautiful one! Violence, drugs and ugly functional buildings, quasi Prohlis in mega format. In this grim world, the judiciary and the executive are united in personal union, as is the case with Richter Merciless Dredd. His word is law and his punishment is prompt. And the verdict is not infrequently: Exitus! That saves time, bureaucracy and tax money. Judge Dredd (Karl Urban) and his new apprentice Cassandra (Olivia Thirlby) promptly fall into a nasty trap on the first day, because the queen of the underworld Ma-Ma locks the dynamic duo in her apartment block and calls on the judges to hunt down ! The final verdict of ad rem judge Norbert is: The strip is nice, bloody and has a great soundtrack. But as much as Karl Urban grimaces his badly shaved mouth at Sly Stallone's I'm daaa's law - he can't get close to his snout. Norbert Scholz License to dream For the 16th time, Dresden's arthouse cinema Ost Francophilen is offering a place far away from Hollywood and guaranteed without explosions. One of the most famous French films starts with finding a small box. It contains lots of little toys, tiny details, the story of which needs to be found out. The Fabulous World of Amelie is a film that represents French cinema in many ways. The most beautiful thing about French film are the richly detailed stories. And although the topics are often difficult, they are always told lightly and cheerfully, enthuses Antje Buchholz. For the second year in a row, Buchholz is organizing the French Film Days in the Programmkino Ost, where current productions and timeless classics of French film art can be seen from Wednesday to Wednesday (14th to 14th). With more than 7000 visitors annually, the film days are very popular. It is nice to discover French film, be it for students of the French language or for the grandma of nebe- As part of the French Film Days, nine premieres will be shown in the Artistic Cinema East in Dresden alone. Photo: Amac Garbe The nicest thing about French film are the detailed stories. nan, says Buchholz, who, along with two other colleagues, is responsible for program design, among other things. At the heart of the event are nine premieres, including the provocative flick A joyful event on Saturday evening (November 17, 7 pm), which relentlessly and without prejudice focuses on the negative aspects of pregnancy. Further highlights of the program are the work of Vincent Lindon, who with his curly hair and the eternally asking for forgiveness should be more likely to be known to women, as well as the series of Films by the Sea. It also commemorates the director Claude Miller, who died in April and was one of the most important filmmakers in France. In addition, some of his most famous works will be shown, including The Interrogation on Wednesday (21.11., Clock), in which Romy Schneider can be seen in her penultimate role. So there is a lot to discover in this box, albeit not world-shattering insights, but a small world in itself. Anne-Christin Meyer The 16th French Film Days will take place from November 14th to 21st in the Programmkino Ost Dresden; Network information: SOFAKINO IS PHASE. About us the All Fresh German cinema presents Jan Schomburg with his first work Über uns das All. In the mixture of drama and comedy, stocky with a pinch of tension, he dedicates his script to the topics of being and appearances, life and death. Martha (Sandra Hüller) and Paul (Felix Knopp) have a happy marriage. When Paul receives a job offer in Marseille, the two want to break up their tents in Germany and move to France. Paul drives up to find a new apartment. But instead of a hopeful future, Martha is suddenly faced with the shards of her life when the police tell her that Paul killed himself in France. Only gradually does she learn that she actually didn't really know her husband: His life turns out to be one big lie for her. Connected life Tom Tykwer and the siblings Lana and Andy Wachowski filmed David Mitchell's bestseller The Cloud Atlas. T he year 2346 the old goatherd Zachry (Tom Hanks) tells a story. It begins in 1849 when the young lawyer Adam Ewing (Jim Sturgess) is saved by an escaped slave on a sea voyage. In 1936, Ewing's diary inspired the young composer Robert Frobisher (Ben Whishaw) to write his cloud atlas sextet, which he proudly reported to his lover Sixsmith (James D Arcy). In 1973, the aging Sixsmith met the journalist Luisa Rey (Halle Berry) in an elevator and put her on the trail of independent thinking and causing a revolution. In 2346, Sonmi was worshiped as a goddess by Zachry's people, Zachry (Tom Hanks) and Meronym (Halle Berry).Photo: X-Verleih during the nuclear scandals, the story of Rey lands on the desk of publisher Timothy Cavendish (Jim Broadbent), who shortly afterwards is deported to an old people's home by his relatives. In futuristic neo-Seoul, the film adaptation of Cavendish's homecoming inspires the cloned researcher Meronym (Halle Berry) Zachry's need to help save her people. It is not easy to put into words the storyline of Cloud Atlas - it is too complex. That is the strength, but also the weakness of the film. But if you get involved, you will experience a visually stunning work with too many brilliant moments and (Doona Bae) in 2144 for a diverse mood and atmosphere. Adventure, drama, romance, comedy and science fiction find their place. With the most expensive German cinema production to date, the directors and scriptwriters Tom Tykwer (Run Lola) and Lana and Andy Wachowski (Matrix trilogy) have succeeded in adventure cinema. The multiple occupations in particular emphasize the entanglements and the little puzzles that life offers. All actors have between four and six roles. It is not uncommon for them to be recognized only at second glance, when they not only change age, but also gender and skin color. This is not the only thing that impresses the film: As befits such a monumental work, it also has a running time of almost three hours. But that shouldn't stop anyone from getting intoxicated. Janine Kallenbach Über uns das All, 88 minutes, in German, English subtitles can be activated. Photo: goodmovies Jan Schomburg impressively stages in his story that an end always means a new beginning. Instead of letting his protagonist fall into deep mourning after the death of her husband, he puts Alexander (Georg Friedrich) at her side, albeit not without problems. Does the unresolved past even allow a common future? Antje Meier

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