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A Coffee in Berlin

Film of the day in the life of Niko, a 20-something college dropout and his various adventures. The film is in black and white, and the jazzy soundtrack gives the film and light and spirited feel (similar to some of Woody Allen’s movies). I really enjoyed the scenes of Berlin – the director clearly loves the city and captures it well in pictures, and I really liked watching Niko discovering his own meaning of life through the experiences that define his transition into adulthood. Thumbs up for a moving that really doesn’t have much of a plot but was for me a peak into Niko’s life and into a beautiful city to which I have never been.   This is one that can wait for ITunes or Amazon rental.(2014; 3.5 Stars)

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