Free Fall ( Freier Fall ) Gay German Film 2013 Starring Hanno Koffler and Max Riemelt

Free Fall watch my new little film on this wonderful love story of two men . Set in Germany.



Freier Fallis a 2013 German drama film directed by Stephan Lacant



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Hanno Koffler as Marc Borgmann
Max Riemelt as Kay Engel
Katharina Schüttler as Bettina Bischoff
Oliver Bröcker as Frank Richter
Stephanie Schönfeld as Claudia Richter
Britta Hammelstein as Britt Rebmann
Shenja Lacher as Gregor Limpinski
Maren Kroymann as Inge Borgmann
Louis Lamprecht as Wolfgang Borgmann
Vilmar Bieri as Lothar Bischoff
Attila Borlan as Werner Brandt
Horst Krebs as Bernd Eiden
Samuel Schnepf as Benno Borgmann

Marc Borgman (Koffler), a young police officer, is on a training course for the riot control unit. He is not doing well at the police academy, being behind in his group athletically. Cocky and self-assured, Marc does not initially get along with his roommate at the academy, Kay Engel (Riemelt). They have a physical confrontation during exercise, but afterwards Marc apologizes for his aggressive behavior and they become friends. The two begin jogging together regularly, one time during which Kay engages Marc sexually. Confused and hesitant, Marc initially rebuffs him and keeps his distance, but then acknowledges his attraction by continuing to share intimate encounters with Kay.

Simultaneously, Bettina, Marc’s longtime girlfriend, is pregnant, and together they have just moved to a new house close to his parents. Complications arise when living a double life begins taking a psychological toll on Marc, as it becomes clear that acting on his feelings for another man could put his personal and professional life in jeopardy.

Stepping Out -The Movie- Liza Minnelli




A “has-been” Broadway performer moves to Buffalo and starts teaching tap dance lessons to a group of misfits who, through their dance classes, bond and realize what they can achieve. Their newfound self-confidence changes their lives forever.


  • Liza Minnelli as Mavis Turner, a former Broadway dancer and singer who teaches a tap class in Buffalo, New York
  • Bill Irwin as Geoffrey, a shy insurance salesman, and the only man in the group
  • Ellen Greene as Maxine, a cute, funny, and slightly wild mom
  • Robyn Stevan as Sylvia, a loud-mouthed buddy of Rose.
  • Jane Krakowski as Lynne, a sensitive , one of the best dancers
  • Sheila McCarthyas Andi, a mousey, insecure
  • Andrea Martin as Dorothy, a naive but sincere housewife with an allergy problem
  • Julie Walters as Vera, a wealthy but inadvertently abrasive woman
  • Carol Woods as Rose, a vibrant woman with a teenage son who gets into trouble
  • Shelley Winters as Mrs. Fraser, a dour rehearsal
  • Luke Reilly as Patrick, Mavis’s conceited, insensitive boyfriend
  •  Nora Dunn as Pam, director of the upscale dance center, a rival to Mavis
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To Celebrate Its Jewish History, Poland Presents ‘a Museum of Life’

After several days of concerts, seminars, festivals and hoopla, the core exhibition of the Museum of the History of Polish Jews — the most ambitious cultural institution to rise in Polandsince the fall of Communism — will be unveiled on Tuesday. Poland’s top political leaders will be there, as will the president of Israel and other international dignitaries. The institution has been embraced across the political spectrum and has drawn only scattered, mild protest.

In eight sprawling galleries, packed with multimedia exhibitions and artifacts, the museum traces the history of Jews from their first appearance in Poland in the Middle Ages to the present day. The Holocaust, the part of the story that is most often remembered, fills only one of the eight galleries.
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