Berlin, I Love You is an anthology which follows ten different stories of completely unrelated people in the capital of Germany. It explores everyday life in different situations in different types of relationships all brought together by hope, love, and the city that connects them. Throughout their experiences, they discover the reality of human connection and the value of meaningful relationships. Directed by Dianna Agron, Peter Chelsom, Fernando Eimbcke, Justin Franklin, Dennis Gansel, Dani Levy, Daniel Lwowski, Josef Rusnak, Til Schweiger, Massy Tadjedin, and Gabriela Tscherniak.~Zach Atreiu Pinpin
I know a lot of people hated this movie because it was not good, well... for me it was great. The video and audio quality are amazing. Both 5 out of 5 when it comes to video and audio quality. Supplements... what supplements? The characters here I felt were honest and realistic, that is my humble opinion, so were the stories they told and the acting was in par with the script itself. I did enjoyed all of it, because it reminded me of a time when movies were simpler, way simpler than they are now, not to mention that they used to entertain while they also said something for those who were listening. "Berlin, I Love You" might never be consider a classic, but this is a quality disc an a hidden gem of a movie. Give it a chance, you will be surprised.
Paris Je T'Aime was a romantic hit, but even though Berlin isn't Paris, it's people still fall in love. I enjoyed this film for it's interesting stories of love. It's full of joy and heartache and boasts a star-studded list of actors. See it and enjoy, even though Berlin has never been thought of as a romantic European city.