Bruno Ganz

On march 22rd Swiss actor Bruno Ganz would have celebrated his 80th birthday. We've composed a little selection of his films.

Pane e tulipani - Breads and Tulips (2000)
Silvio Soldini
Switzerland
112′
An endearing light comedy about a woman who spontaneously becomes a resident of Venice after her family left her begin. While enjoying the wonderful people she meets she achieves a new life and the first time independent of her family.
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The amiable waiter from Venice who brings a second spring to a forgotten wife.
Satte Farben vor schwarz (2010)
Sophie Heldmann
Germany
82′
The love story of an elderly couple. Having arrived at the end of their lives, the two 74-year-old protagonists take the liberty of making their own decisions concerning life and death. They stage their demise exactly as they staged their lives. After fifty years spent together, they don’t go because they have to, but because they want to.
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Fred is Anita's husband of 50 years, and although he is seriously ill, the love shall never end.
The Party (2017)
Sally Potter
United Kingdom
71′
In a private home, various individuals think they’re coming together for a party. A series of revelations results in a huge crisis that throws their belief systems, and their values into total disarray.
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Bruno Ganz is Gottfried, the esoteric companion of a cynical woman who delivers the punchlines that make Gottfried's ignorant friendliness seem funny.
A Jew Must Die (2016)
Jacob Berger
Switzerland
71′
A film based on Jacques Chessex' novel of the same title; featuring André Wilms as Chessex and Bruno Ganz as Arthur Bloch, Swiss Jew killed by Swiss Nazis.
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Jacques Chessex reminds us on a story during 2nd World War.
Paul is stranded in Lisbon, wants to pause and falls in love with Rosa, who works in the pub where the clock goes backwards.
Bruno Ganz was also a unique reader and speaker, here in the approach towards another great Swiss artist.
The ultimate grandfather who is solidary, mischievous and takes off with and for his piano-playing grandson.
Norbert Wiedmer has managed to accompany the rather shy and party-avoiding artist over several years.