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RATE AND COMMENT

COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Sound (feature film)

1.
Stalingrad (1995) as Sound
In the spring of 1942 German troops advanced deep into the Soviet Union, en route to Stalingrad. Hitler, seriously misjudging the tenacity of the Red Army, was convinced the city could be conquered before winter. Inadequately clothed and without sufficient food, Nazi troops literally froze and starv
2.
Parsifal (1993) as Dolby Mixer
3.
Journey of Hope (1990) as Sound Re-Recordist
The tragic tale of an impoverished Turkish family's journey to Switzerland at the hands of illegal immigrant smugglers.
4.
African Timber (1990) as Sound Mixer
The new manager for a timber mill discovers a smuggling ring.
5.
Journey of Hope (1990) as Sound Editor
The tragic tale of an impoverished Turkish family's journey to Switzerland at the hands of illegal immigrant smugglers.
6.
Secret of the Ice Caves, The (1990) as Sound Rerecording Mixer
When they hear of treasure hidden in some distant mountain peaks, a group of people embark on a mission to discover what's really located in the mysterious ice cave and battle it out to claim the riches.
7.
Spieler (1990) as Sound Rerecording Mixer
A compulsive gambler sets out to woo his naive cousin and swindle her of the fortune she's inherited from a mutual relative, but winds up falling in love for real.
8.
Notturno (1989) as Sound Mixer
The life of composer Franz Schubert.
9.
Im Jahr der Schildkrote (1989) as Sound Mixer
10.
Midnight Cop (1989) as Sound
A stunning hooker holds the key to two detectives' hearts and to the dark secret behind the vicious murder of a young dancer.
11.
Lili Marleen (1989) as Sound Recording
A critique of pop mythology disquised as the doomed love story of the bubble-headed cabaret chanteuse who recorded the most beloved ballad of WWII while serving as a Jewish spy.
12.
Last Exit to Brooklyn (1989) as Sound Rerecording Mixer
Screen adaptation of Selby's 1964 novel about life on the streets of Brooklyn, New York in 1951.
13.
Lola (1989) as Sound Recording
An homage to Von Sternberg's "The Blue Angel," Fassbinder's film follows a stuffy municipal building commissioner who loses his heart to Lola, a sluttish entertainer.
14.
Herbstmilch (1989) as Sound
15.
Dritte Generation, Die (1989) as Sound
The story about the next wave of radicals after the idealists of 1968 and the Baader-Meinhof terrorists of the 1970's, the bored bourgeois looking for the latest kick.
16.
Ballhaus Barmbek (1988) as Sound Rerecording Mixer
A look at the types of people that regularly visit a dancehall.
17.
Cobra Verde (1988) as Sound Rerecording
A fearsome 19th century bandit cuts a swath through Brazil until he's exiled to Africa to reopen the slave trade. In the process, he exploits tribal conflicts to commandeer an abandoned fortress and whip an army of thousands of naked Amazon warriors into a frenzied bloodlust.
18.
Man Spricht Deutsh (1987) as Sound
19.
Angriff, Der (1987) as Sound
20.
Joker, Der (1987) as Sound
Two streetwise cops become romantically entangled with the same woman while tailing a dangerously greedy criminal.
21.
Name of the Rose, The (1986) as Sound Rerecording
A progressive monk solves a mysterious death in a monastery with the help of his young novice.
22.
Rosa Luxemburg (1986) as Sound Rerecording
The life and times of Rosa Luxemburg, the prolific propagandist and intellectual leader of the left wing of the German Socialists known as "Spartacus." Luxemburg was brutally murdered on the night of January 15, 1919.
23.
Dirty Dozen: The Next Mission (1985)
A renegade U.S. Army major is pressured to once again lead a motley gang of GIs on a secret wartime mission -- a suicide assignment behind German lines to thwart an assassination plot against Hitler -- in this TV-movie sequel to the hit 1967 theatrical adventure film, with Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine and Richard Jaeckel repeating their original roles. This filmed-in-Great Britain movie technically marked Lee Marvin's first TV movie -- technically, since the first one he did, "The Killers" (with Ronald Reagan) in 1964, was at the time deemed too violent for TV and was released theatrically instead. It also marked his sixth time teaming on film with Ernest Borgnine.
24.
Vergesst Mozart (1985) as Sound
25.
Enemy Mine (1985) as Sound Recording
Two mortal space enemies find themselves stranded on a deserted planet and then form a friendship in order to survive.
26.
Sugarbaby (1985) as Sound Rerecording
A love story between a female mortician and a subway conductor.
27.
Neverending Story, The (1984) as Sound Mixer
A sensitive little boy, still grieving for his mother, finds respite in a book which chronicles the plight of Fantasia, a magical land created by the dreams and imagination of humankind, now threatened with destruction by The Nothing, a shapeless, ominous force created by human despair.
28.
Red Heat (1984) as Sound Recording
29.
Marlene (1984) as Sound Recording
Film clips and rare footage tell the life story of the glamorous German actress/singer.
30.
Das Boot (1982) as Sound Recording
The crew of a World War II German U boat finds boredom is its greatest enemy.
31.
Heartbreakers, Die (1982) as Sound Rerecording
32.
Berlin Alexanderplatz (1980) as Sound Mixer
Taken from Alfred Doblin's 1929 novel, the plot revolves around Franz Biberkopf who gets out of prison determined to live respectably. However, Franz takes up with Reinhold, a gangster, and a strange, symbiotic relationship develops resulting in murder.
33.
From the Life of the Marionettes (1980) as Sound Rerecording
34.
Ehe der Maria Braun, Die (1979) as Sound Recording
A female survivor of World War II Germany incorporates seduction and self-preservation in order to stay alive.
35.
Despair (1978) as Sound Recording
Germany in the early 1930s. Against the backdrop of the Nazis' rise, Hermann Hermann, a Russian TmigrT and chocolate magnate, goes slowly mad. It begins with his seating himself in a chair to observe himself making love to his wife, Lydia, a zaftig empty-headed siren who is also sleeping with her cousin. Hermann is soon given to intemperate outbursts at his workers, other businessmen, and strangers. Then, he meets Felix, an itinerant laborer, whom he delusionally believes looks exactly like himself. Armed with a new life insurance policy, he hatches an elaborate plot in the belief it will free him of all his worries.
36.
American Friend, The (1977) as Sound Editor
Jonathan Zimmermann, a picture framer in Hamburg is diagnosed as having leu leukemia. Ripley, an American art dealer dealing in forgeries, uses this fact to arrange for a mob associate of his to recruit Zimmermann as a hit man. Zimmermann agrees to this because this would ensure his family's financial future. Zimmermann descends into a nightmare world of deceit and double dealing. The narrative acts as a metaphor for the relationship between American (Hollywood) and post-war German culture. The appearance of several Hollywood directors in cameo roles underlines this.
37.
Slavers (1977) as Sound Recording
38.
Swiss Conspiracy, The (1975) as Sound Recording
When a Swiss bank is blackmailed, a former United States Treasury agent is hired to solve the crime.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

39.
Stalingrad (1995)
In the spring of 1942 German troops advanced deep into the Soviet Union, en route to Stalingrad. Hitler, seriously misjudging the tenacity of the Red Army, was convinced the city could be conquered before winter. Inadequately clothed and without sufficient food, Nazi troops literally froze and starv
40.
Secret of the Ice Caves, The (1990)
When they hear of treasure hidden in some distant mountain peaks, a group of people embark on a mission to discover what's really located in the mysterious ice cave and battle it out to claim the riches.
41.
Spieler (1990)
A compulsive gambler sets out to woo his naive cousin and swindle her of the fortune she's inherited from a mutual relative, but winds up falling in love for real.
42.
Last Exit to Brooklyn (1989)
Screen adaptation of Selby's 1964 novel about life on the streets of Brooklyn, New York in 1951.
43.
Herbstmilch (1989)
44.
Lili Marleen (1989)
A critique of pop mythology disquised as the doomed love story of the bubble-headed cabaret chanteuse who recorded the most beloved ballad of WWII while serving as a Jewish spy.
45.
Dritte Generation, Die (1989)
The story about the next wave of radicals after the idealists of 1968 and the Baader-Meinhof terrorists of the 1970's, the bored bourgeois looking for the latest kick.
46.
Midnight Cop (1989)
A stunning hooker holds the key to two detectives' hearts and to the dark secret behind the vicious murder of a young dancer.
47.
Lola (1989)
An homage to Von Sternberg's "The Blue Angel," Fassbinder's film follows a stuffy municipal building commissioner who loses his heart to Lola, a sluttish entertainer.
48.
Ballhaus Barmbek (1988)
A look at the types of people that regularly visit a dancehall.
49.
Cobra Verde (1988)
A fearsome 19th century bandit cuts a swath through Brazil until he's exiled to Africa to reopen the slave trade. In the process, he exploits tribal conflicts to commandeer an abandoned fortress and whip an army of thousands of naked Amazon warriors into a frenzied bloodlust.
50.
Joker, Der (1987)
Two streetwise cops become romantically entangled with the same woman while tailing a dangerously greedy criminal.
51.
53.
Rosa Luxemburg (1986)
The life and times of Rosa Luxemburg, the prolific propagandist and intellectual leader of the left wing of the German Socialists known as "Spartacus." Luxemburg was brutally murdered on the night of January 15, 1919.
54.
Name of the Rose, The (1986)
A progressive monk solves a mysterious death in a monastery with the help of his young novice.
55.
56.
Sugarbaby (1985)
A love story between a female mortician and a subway conductor.
57.
Enemy Mine (1985)
Two mortal space enemies find themselves stranded on a deserted planet and then form a friendship in order to survive.
58.
Red Heat (1984)
59.
Marlene (1984)
Film clips and rare footage tell the life story of the glamorous German actress/singer.
60.
Das Boot (1982)
The crew of a World War II German U boat finds boredom is its greatest enemy.
63.
In a Year of 13 Moons (1979)
This drama follows the last few days in the life of Elvira (formerly Erwin) Weisshaupt. Years before, Erwin told a co-worker, Anton, that he loved him. "Too bad, you aren't a woman," he replied. Erwin took Anton at his word. Trying to salvage something from the wreckage love has made of his life, he now hopes that Anton will not reject him again.
64.
Ehe der Maria Braun, Die (1979)
A female survivor of World War II Germany incorporates seduction and self-preservation in order to stay alive.
65.
In a Year of 13 Moons (1979)
This drama follows the last few days in the life of Elvira (formerly Erwin) Weisshaupt. Years before, Erwin told a co-worker, Anton, that he loved him. "Too bad, you aren't a woman," he replied. Erwin took Anton at his word. Trying to salvage something from the wreckage love has made of his life, he now hopes that Anton will not reject him again.
66.
Despair (1978)
Germany in the early 1930s. Against the backdrop of the Nazis' rise, Hermann Hermann, a Russian TmigrT and chocolate magnate, goes slowly mad. It begins with his seating himself in a chair to observe himself making love to his wife, Lydia, a zaftig empty-headed siren who is also sleeping with her cousin. Hermann is soon given to intemperate outbursts at his workers, other businessmen, and strangers. Then, he meets Felix, an itinerant laborer, whom he delusionally believes looks exactly like himself. Armed with a new life insurance policy, he hatches an elaborate plot in the belief it will free him of all his worries.
67.
Slavers (1977)
68.
Swiss Conspiracy, The (1975)
When a Swiss bank is blackmailed, a former United States Treasury agent is hired to solve the crime.

Sound (feature film)

69.
Sins of the Fathers (1988)
A two-part miniseries tracing the German Deutz family as they create pre-World War II's largest chemical complex and cope with Hitler's rise and fall.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

70.
Sins of the Fathers (1988)
A two-part miniseries tracing the German Deutz family as they create pre-World War II's largest chemical complex and cope with Hitler's rise and fall.

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