Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet! Share this Rating Title: The relationships between the main character, Kati, and her friends and family surrounding her, are so understandable, and easy to relate to. I was very worried that with only 4 months of German training and a total of only 7 months living in Bavaria, that i would have a massive problem understanding a lot of the humor throughout the film. We're breaking down all the big winners and big moments in this week's IMDbrief.
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I had a wonderful time attending the Regensburg preview of Beste Zeit. I was very worried that with only 4 months of German training and a total of only 7 months living in Bavaria, that i would have a massive problem understanding a lot of the humor throughout the film. Much to my surprise i found that the story was very easy to understand to an "auslander". I'm looking very forward to reading the subtitles on this movie when i watch it the second time, and i will definitely be recommending it to my Mum and sister.
However, my boyfriend, who was with me at the premier, also enjoyed it very much, but i think that was mostly because of the Bavarian humor. He is also Bavarian. The relationships between the main character, Kati, and her friends and family surrounding her, are so understandable, and easy to relate to.
They really have fantastic bonds, and these are explored quite well throughout the film. Apparently this is part of a trilogy set, and if that is true, i look forward to seeing how these relationships grow and grow. There are little to no conflicts in the film, but i didn't find this to be a problem at all, as i enjoyed the uplifting nature completely. All in all, its a wonderful, romantic painting of the Bavarian countryside and its lovable inhabitants. I would highly recommend it to anyone looking to travel to these remote parts of Germany, or even if you just feel like taking a holiday in your local independent cinema.
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The Unheard Woman At present, the EFSF is only permitted to extend funds to individual countries, but those nations can pass the funds on to banks. Direct finance injections by the EFSF would speed up the process, and would in effect turn the fund into a stakeholder of the banks it helps. The demand was made in a letter being sent by EBA chief Andrea Enria to the European finance and economy ministers this week, the newspaper reported. The move is intended to help to calm markets after French and Italian banks suffered steep share price falls on worries about their financial health, prompting France, Italy, Spain and Belgium to impose short-selling bans on financial stocks.
Pressure on European banks to raise more capital increased in July after European stress tests found that eight banks failed to meet capital requirements.
Enria's letter fuels pressure on euro-zone governments to do more to tackle the European debt crisis after the new head of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde, urged the EU on Saturday to force its banks to beef up their capital. Lagarde, speaking at a meeting of central bankers in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, on Saturday, urged politicians to "act now" to counter global economic risks. EU and German officials rejected Lagarde's demand on Monday, saying there was no need for further recapitalization over and above measures that have already been taken after the last stress tests.
The apparent rift between the EU and IMF in the assessement of the risk to banks and the measures needed to contain them could heighten market concerns about how the debt crisis is being handled. The spokeswoman added that tougher equity capital standards were already being adopted under the Basel III accord on capital adequacy, agreed in response to the financial crisis.