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DREI in Copenhagen

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  DREI (2010), the new German film by celebrated director Tom Tykwer screened in Copenhegen at the international film festival 2011. The story of a threesome that is a twosome in three ways. Dining with Tykwer and speaking to him after seeing the film, all I could say was: 'Wow!'. Images of ancient androgynous symbols together with remembrances of breakthrough concepts by Jung crowded my brain and I was inspired, to say the least. I explained to Tom how I loved that the fi...

Drei in 'Special Screenings'

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Tom Tykwer, Drei and Salonica 2010 In the 'Special Screenings' category at the 51st Salonica Film Festival 2010, Drei screened on December 7th and 8th to packed Greek audiences.  The new German film by celebrated director Tom Tykwer, Drei (2010), the story of a threesome that is a twosome in three ways. Dining with Tykwer and speaking to him after seeing the film, all I could say was: 'Wow!'. Images of ancient androgynous symbols together with remembrances of breakthrough concepts by Jung crowd...

Tom Tykwer, Drei and Venezia 2010

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My last night in Venice for the 67th La Biennale Venice FIlm Festival was spent with the filmmakers of the new German film by celebrated director Tom Tykwer, Drei (2010), the story of a threesome that is a twosome in three ways. Dining with Tykwer and speaking to him after seeing the film, all I could say was: 'Wow!'. Images of ancient androgynous symbols together with remembrances of breakthrough concepts by Jung crowded my brain and I was inspired, to say the least. Well, the point is ...
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