1 Oct 2015

The Lives of Others [2006 Germany BrRip 720p vLis 1360 MB Google Drive]

The Lives Of Others [2006 Germany BrRip 720p vLis 1360 MB Google Drive]

The Lives of Others (German: Das Leben der Anderen) is a 2006 German drama film, marking the feature film debut of filmmaker Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck, about the monitoring of East Berlin by agents of the Stasi, the GDR's secret police. It stars Ulrich Mühe (who died within a year of the film's release) as Stasi Captain Gerd Wiesler, Ulrich Tukur as his superior Anton Grubitz, Sebastian Koch as the playwright Georg Dreyman, and Martina Gedeck as Dreyman's lover, a prominent actress named Christa-Maria Sieland.

The film was released in Germany on 23 March 2006. At the same time, the screenplay was published by Suhrkamp Verlag. The Lives of Others won the 2006 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. The film had earlier won seven Deutscher Filmpreis awards—including those for best film, best director, best screenplay, best actor, and best supporting actor—after setting a new record with 11 nominations. It was nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 64th Golden Globe Awards. The Lives of Others cost US$2 million and grossed more than US$77 million worldwide as of November 2007.

Released 17 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall marking the end of the East German socialist state, it was the first noticeable drama film about the subject after a series of comedies such as Goodbye, Lenin! and Sonnenallee. This approach was widely applauded in Germany even as some criticized the humanization of Wiesler's character. Many former East Germans were stunned by the factual accuracy of the film's set and atmosphere, accurately portraying a state which had merged with West Germany and subsequently vanished 16 years prior to the release. The film's authenticity was considered notable, given that the director grew up outside of East Germany and was only sixteen when the Berlin Wall fell.

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In 1984 East Germany, Stasi Captain (Hauptmann) Gerd Wiesler suggests to his superiors that he begin to spy on the playwright Georg Dreyman. Wiesler and his team bug the apartment, set up surveillance equipment in an attic and begin reporting Dreyman's activities. Dreyman had escaped state scrutiny due to his pro-Communist views and international recognition. Wiesler soon learns the real reason behind the surveillance: Minister of Culture Bruno Hempf covets Dreyman's girlfriend, actress Christa-Maria Sieland, and is trying to eliminate Dreyman as a romantic rival. While Wiesler's superior, Lt. Col. Anton Grubitz, sees an opportunity for advancement, Wiesler, an idealist, is horrified, asking Grubitz "Is this why we joined?" Minister Hempf coerces Sieland into having sex with him by exploiting her vulnerability as an insecure actress whose livelihood is dependent on state approval of stagecraft. After discovering Sieland's relationship with Hempf (through Wiesler's covert intervention), Dreyman implores her not to meet him again. Sieland flees to a nearby bar where Wiesler, posing as a fan, urges her to be true to herself. She returns home and reconciles with Dreyman, rejecting Hempf.

Though a loyal communist and supporter of the regime, Dreyman becomes disillusioned with the treatment of his colleagues by the state. At his birthday party, his friend Albert Jerska (a blacklisted theatrical director) gives him sheet music for Sonate vom Guten Menschen (Sonata for a Good Man). Shortly afterwards, Jerska hangs himself. Dreyman decides to publish an anonymous article on the East German suicide rate in Der Spiegel, a prominent West German newsweekly. Dreyman's article accuses the state of callously ignoring those who commit suicide. Since all East German typewriters are registered, an editor of Der Spiegel smuggles Dreyman a miniature typewriter with a red ribbon. Dreyman hides the typewriter in the floor of his apartment, but is seen one afternoon hiding it there by Sieland as she returns to the apartment. In the meantime, a disillusioned Wiesler has gradually had a change of heart about his role in protecting the regime, prompted by hearing the sonata and reading Dreyman's copy of the poetry of Bertolt Brecht.

Thus, when Dreyman and his friends test whether his flat is bugged (by feigning an attempt to smuggle one of their blacklisted friends through the Berlin Wall). Wiesler, having become sympathetic to Dreyman, does not alert the border guards, and the conspirators believe they are safe. After learning what Dreyman is doing, Wiesler races to Colonel Grubitz's office, intending to notify his boss of the breakthrough; but when he hears Grubitz talk about how to silence dissident artists like Dreyman, Wiesler changes his mind, and asks that the surveillance be scaled back.

Dreyman's article is published, enraging the authorities. From one of its spies at Der Spiegel, the Stasi obtains a copy of the suicide article, typewritten in red ink, and is unable to link it to any typewriter legally registered in the GDR. Hempf, livid at being jilted by Sieland and having become aware of her abuse of prescription medication, orders Grubitz to arrest her. Sieland is blackmailed into revealing Dreyman's authorship of the article and becoming an informant. When the Stasi search his apartment, however, they can't find the typewriter. Dreyman and his friends conclude that Sieland could not have informed because she would have given away the location of the hidden typewriter. Grubitz, suspicious that Wiesler has mentioned nothing unusual in his daily reports of the monitoring, gives Wiesler "one more chance" and orders him to do the follow-up interrogation of Sieland. Wiesler, resuming his role as Stasi interrogator, forces Sieland to tell him exactly where the typewriter is hidden.

Grubitz and the Stasi return to Dreyman's apartment. Sieland panics when she realizes that Dreyman will know she betrayed him and flees the apartment. When Grubitz removes the floor, however, the typewriter is gone. It is implied that Wiesler had rushed back to the apartment to remove the hidden evidence before Grubitz, Dreyman, and Sieland returned. Unaware that the typewriter was removed, Sieland runs to the street and commits suicide by stepping into the path of an oncoming truck. Grubitz offers a perfunctory claim of sympathy and informs Dreyman that the investigation is over. Wiesler drives Grubitz back to Stasi and is told that his career is over, and that his remaining 20 years with the agency will be in Department M, a dead-end position for disgraced agents. As he leaves, Grubitz discards a newspaper announcing Mikhail Gorbachev as the new leader of the Soviet Union.

On November 9, 1989, Wiesler is steaming open letters in the cramped, windowless office of Department M when a co-worker tells him about the fall of the Berlin Wall. Realizing that this will mean the end of the GDR and the Stasi, Wiesler silently stands and leaves the office, inspiring his co-workers to do the same. Two years later, Hempf and Dreyman have a chance encounter while both are attending a new performance of Dreyman's play, with a new actress in the role that Sieland had seven years earlier. Dreyman asks the former government minister why he had never been monitored. Hempf tells him he had, in fact, been under full surveillance and to "look behind the light switches" for the listening devices that had been installed in 1984. Dreyman goes to the Stasi Records Agency and reviews the files the Stasi kept while he was under surveillance. He reads that Sieland was released just before the second search, and could not have removed the typewriter. After re-reading his file, he discovers that a lot of false information has been written about his activities, and finds a fingerprint in red ink on the final typewritten report. Dreyman realizes that the writer, Stasi agent HGW XX/7, had knowingly concealed his illegal activities, including the authorship of the suicide article, and had been the one who had removed the typewriter before the search team arrived. Dreyman searches for Wiesler (who has become a mail carrier), but at the last moment decides not to approach him.

On his rounds two years later, Wiesler passes a bookstore window display promoting Dreyman's new novel, Sonate vom Guten Menschen. He goes inside, opens a copy of the book and discovers it is dedicated "To HGW XX/7, with gratitude". Wiesler buys the book. When the sales clerk asks if he wants it gift-wrapped he responds, "No. It's for me."

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The Lives Of Others [2006 Germany]

Durasi: 137 Minutes Genre: Drama, Thriller  Rating IMDB: 8,5 dari 10
IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0405094

Director: Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck
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Casts: Martina Gedeck, Sebastian Koch, Thomas Thieme, Ulrich Mühe
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