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(3723) 7.2 113 min 2017

The Cakemaker is a movie starring Tim Kalkhof, Sarah Adler, and Roy Miller. A German pastry maker travels to Jerusalem in search of the wife and son of his dead lover.

Starring
Roy Miller, Sarah Adler, Zohar Shtrauss, Tim Kalkhof
Genres
Drama
Director
Ofir Raul Graizer

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Ofir Raul Graizer
Writer Ofir Raul Graizer
Stars Roy Miller, Sarah Adler, Zohar Shtrauss, Tim Kalkhof
Country Germany, Israel
Also Known As 彼が愛したケーキ職人, El repostero de Berlín, Cofetarul, O Confeiteiro, Slastičar, HaOfe MeBerlin, A cukrász, Cukrár, Cukiernik, Poslastičar, Der Kuchenmacher
Runtime 1H 53M
Description A German pastry maker travels to Jerusalem in search of the wife and son of his dead lover.

Top reviews

Friday, 15 May 2020 20:10

The Cakemaker is a film that deals with a very sensitive subject and I'm happy to say that I've never seen such a realistic and realistic depiction of mental illness, and I'm glad I did not. I hope that this film will inspire people to reach out to the mentally ill and help them. Although I can see how the director did not want to show the main character's disorder in this way, I don't know what would have happened if he had. I'm not sure if I can believe it would have been so effective, but it was. There are several scenes that are truly horrific, but I feel that the director did the best he could with such a delicate subject. The worst thing is, that I just don't know how to feel. It is hard to know if I am happy, because this film dealt with a subject that is so hard to talk about. I also don't know if I am happy that I saw it. I'm just glad that it did it's job, and helped to help people. The Cakemaker is about a girl who is diagnosed with depression and has the hardest time dealing with it. She is getting ready for her wedding, and things don't go well with her friends and family. I won't say anymore about the story because it is only an excuse to tell the story. The acting was amazing. I don't think this is a young girl's film, but the way it was directed and written made this film special. The director and writer made the story into a great story that can appeal to any audience. I can't say that I've seen a movie that had such an effect on me. I would love to know what people think about this movie, so if you have any feedback, feel free to message me!
Sunday, 19 Apr 2020 04:16

The Cakemaker is a relatively unknown film, with a relatively low IMDb rating. However, after watching the film, I have to say that I enjoyed it very much. It's a powerful story about the anguish of depression and the struggles of a woman and her family. The film is also very well made, as it uses a great deal of hand-held filming. The acting is good, the music is good, the script is excellent. The film is based on a book by Rachel Kushner, and was directed by Jan de Bont. The film was originally going to be directed by Robert Altman, but he turned it down, because he didn't want to change the film for the audiences. The film was eventually directed by Andrew Haigh. The first half of the film is very slow and there is not a lot of dialogue. However, as the film progresses, the film becomes more and more interesting. It's the story of a single mother, Rosemarie, and her family. Rosemarie is a single mother, who has been raised in a Catholic home. After she leaves the home, she discovers that the mother has been going blind, and Rosemarie has to take care of her until her eyesight returns. The family is portrayed very realistically, with all the difficulties and issues that come with raising a single mother. The first half of the film is very slow, and is a bit hard to watch at times. The second half of the film, however, is much more exciting, and the family struggles to cope with the situation. I also liked the soundtrack of the film, which has a great amount of music from artists like, Radiohead, Radiohead, and M83. The film is very emotional and has a lot of strength, although it is a very slow film. I would recommend this film to anyone who likes an emotional film. 8/10


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