The big story at this year’s Berlin Film Festival was the rolling into town of ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’, as the German capital played host to the movie’s international premiere. But beyond ‘Fifty Shades’, it was a strong year for this annual celebration of new films from all over the world, with new work from masters including Terrence Malick (‘Knight of Cups’) and Werner Herzog (‘Queen of the Desert’), alongside fresh films from lesser known writer-directors like Chile’s Pablo Larraín (‘The Club’) and Britain’s own Andrew Haigh (‘45 Years’). Here’s what we discovered.
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