Taking It Back

AustriaDie Werkstürmer / 94 minutes / Austria / 2013 / Andreas Schmied



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Capital: Vienna (Wien)
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1952: Fred Zinnemann – Benjy (Best Documentary-Short Film)
1955: Sam Spiegel – On the Waterfront – (Best Movie)
1958: Sam Spiegel – The Bridge on the River Kwai (Best Movie)
1961: Billy Wilder – The Apartment (Best Movie)
1963: Sam Spiegel – Lawrence of Arabia (Best Movie)
1967: Fred Zinnemann – A Man for All Seasons (Best Movie)
2008: Stefan Ruzowitzky – The Counterfeiters (Best Foreign Language Film)
2013: Michael Haneke – Amour (Best Foreign Language Film)

Names of the most famous directors: Fred Zinnemann, Fritz Lang, Michael Haneke, Otto Preminger, Stefan Ruzowitzky, Ulrich Seidl, Robert Dornhelm, Michael Curtiz, Barbara Albert, Josef von Sternberg,




Most of the time, Patrick Angerer enjoys a pretty laid back view of life. So he’s not especially impressed by the protest action his workmates are taking against the strict wage targets set by the new management of Falkendorf steel plant. But things suddenly begin to get interesting for Patrick when his ex, Barbara Brossman, still the great love of his life, is sent to Falkendorf as the union’s lawyer: as she’s brought along her new partner, Patrick has his work cut out trying to convince Babs that his life doesn’t entirely consist of football and trips down the pub.
English language title: Taking it back
Original language title: Die Werkstürmer
Running time: 94 minutes
US rating, if any: /
Director: Andreas Schmied
Producer: Franz Novotny, Alexander Glehr
Screenwriter: Andreas Schmied
Principal cast: Michael Ostrowski, Hilde Dalik, Oliver Rosskopf, Holger Schober, Manuel Rubey
Distributor (include US if any): Novotny & Novotny Filmproduktion
Production company: Novotny & Novotny Filmproduktion
Year of release in home company: 2013



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Date(s) - 09/21/2014
2:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Eileen Norris Cinema Theatre/Frank Sinatra Hall


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