Film premiere with Fatih Akin: Diane Kruger praises “the best director from Germany”
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Film premiere with Fatih Akin
Diane Kruger praises ‘the best director from Germany’
10/02/2022 03:07 am
She has already filmed with him and will soon be back in front of the camera in front of him. At the premiere of Fatih Akin’s new film “Rheingold”, Diane Kruger finds much praise for the filmmaker.
The film “Rheingold” by director Fatih Akin celebrated its premiere at the Hamburg Film Festival with a large line-up of stars. Together with rapper Xatar, who provided the template for the gangster drama with his biography “Alles oder Nix”, and protagonist Emilio Sakraya (“4 Blocks”), the 49-year-old successful director was entertained by fans and friends in front of the cinema Cinemaxx in Hamburg on Saturday night to celebrate.
Hollywood actress Diane Kruger was also among the guests on the red carpet. “I’m so glad I could come and I’m really looking forward to the film,” said the 46-year-old. “For me, Fatih Akin is really the best director from Germany,” says the actress. He is one of the most important voices in the German cultural scene.
Kruger will soon play screen legend Marlene Dietrich (1901-1992) in a German series directed by Fatih Akin. It is not her first collaboration: the actress, born in 1976 in Lower Saxony, already had the lead role in Akin’s feature film “Out of Nothing” (2017).
The film “Rheingold” follows the path of the rapper Xatar (40/ real name: Giwar Hajabi) from the socially disadvantaged Brüser Berg in Bonn via prison stays to the top of the German charts. The official cinema release will follow on October 27. The performance is one of 22 premieres at the Hamburg Film Festival. A total of 110 selected feature films from around 60 countries will be screened in the five festival cinemas of the 30th Film Festival. In total, some 280 performances are planned.