Das Babylon ist ein Kino im Berliner Ortsteil Mitte, das Teil eines denkmalgeschützten Gebäudekomplexes am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz gegenüber der. BABYLON, Berlin, Germany. likes · talking about this · were here. Cinema, Kommunales Kino, Filme, Stummfilme, Konzerte, Lesungen. Babylon Mitte Kino, Berlin | Kino | Ticketreservierung, Kinobeschreibung und Bewertung. <
Kino BabylonBABYLON, Berlin, Germany. likes · talking about this · were here. Cinema, Kommunales Kino, Filme, Stummfilme, Konzerte, Lesungen. Babylon Mitte Kino, Berlin | Kino | Ticketreservierung, Kinobeschreibung und Bewertung. Das öffentlich geförderte Kino Babylon am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz bietet ein abwechslungsreiches Programm mit Filmreihen, Retrospektiven und Festivals.
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He and the Russian engine driver get into a fistfight, and Gereon is able to throw him over a balcony. When the driver then gets kidnapped on the street, Gereon tries to intervene, but fails to save him.
The driver gets taken to a warehouse where he is questioned by Trokhin, the Soviet ambassador. The driver admits that the train is loaded with a large number of gold bars belonging to Sorokin.
Gereon and Bruno search the apartments of alleged communists during demonstrations, but find no incriminating evidence.
As they leave, a large convoy of policemen begins randomly firing at the crowds which horrifies Gereon. He and Bruno flee into a nearby house where two civilian women standing on a balcony are hit by bullets and seriously wounded.
Gereon is able to find Dr. Volcker, a female doctor who treats poor people and is a member of the KPD. Later, Gereon and Charlotte, who now compiles reports, go to the morgue to examine the body of the Russian engine driver.
Charlotte points out how the victim's bruises are even and that he therefore probably did not die from natural circumstances.
Gereon recognises the corpse as that of the man who had broken into his apartment. Charlotte meets Greta, an old friend, and takes her to the Moka Efti.
Bruno meets Charlotte at the Moka Efti and asks her to spy on Gereon. Kardakov is shot by Svetlana after she calls the Soviets to her apartment.
Volcker leads a mass rally in front of the police station protesting the killings during the riot , and the police hold a press conference claiming self-defence but decorate a police officer accidentally shot by his toddler.
Gereon continues to investigate the picture. Following Gereon's tip, Charlotte breaks into Svetlana's apartment to investigate and finds a book dropped by Kardakov.
Kardakov tells the Armenian about the Sorokin gold. Gereon and Charlotte interview Trechkov, who gives them the address for the Red Fortress printing house.
Kardakov goes to the Armenian for help. Ketelbach asks Gereon for help to investigate the wounded police officer.
Stefan invites Charlotte and Greta to the rowing club where Greta meets Fritz, a KPD member. Gereon struggles writing a favourable police report of the riot shooting, despite pressure from Zorgiebel.
Major General Seegers discusses Operation Prangertag on Nyssen's family estate. Bruno helps Gereon find Krajewski, who take him into custody for questioning.
Kardakov goes with the Armenian and his men to the trainyard to find the gold, but accidentally releases poison gas from the mislabelled railcar.
Greta is employed by Benda despite her inexperience. Dr Schmidt conducts a lecture on PTSD, which is denounced by the audience. A mysterious priest provides a barbiturate to the pharmacist to give to Gereon.
Charlotte investigates the Anhalter freight yard as the railcars are being inspected by the Soviets. Benda takes over the inspection with police officers, who informs Gereon that he is investigating illegal weapons imports by the Black Reichswehr.
Charlotte goes with Stefan to investigate the Red Fortress printer. Bruno invites Gereon to a Black Reichswehr gathering which show stab-in-the-back myth beliefs.
Gereon recounts being captured on the front line after carrying his brother from no man's land. Nyssen is interrogated by Benda about the chemical weapons.
Benda's family goes on a vacation, so Benda has dinner alone with Greta. Krajewski divulges the location of the film to Gereon and Bruno.
Gereon breaks into the safe in the Armenian's private room at the Moka Efti, and escapes with the films after a shootout with the Armenian's men.
Gereon and Bruno destroy the films after watching several known politicians on the films, including Gereon's father. Gereon and Bruno celebrate the success of the investigation, but the Armenian's contacts drug Gereon.
Gereon is pursued by the priest before losing consciousness. A mass grave of fifteen bodies from the Red Fortress print shop is discovered and Gereon is assigned to Homicide to investigate the execution-style murders.
Charlotte provides Gereon with the waybill showing the original railcar number of the Sorokin gold. The Homicide investigation team identifies the mysterious priest as Saint Joseph Wilczek, who was found killed.
Nyssen is released from prison in time to attend a Nyssen AG Board meeting, only to discover he has been removed from the Board by his mother.
Helga and Moritz surprise Gereon by arriving in Berlin after his brother Anno is officially declared killed in action. Gereon and Helga re-kindle their relationship, but Moritz does not approve.
At the Moka Efti, Charlotte eavesdrops on a meeting between Trokhin, Wendt and Zorgiebel regarding the seized train.
Greta talks to Fritz who is walking in the funeral procession for the women shot during the riot. Gereon arrests Soviet embassy attaches Selenski and Fallin after finding ballistic evidence tying the Soviets to the massacre.
Stefan spies on a meeting where Wendt divulges the location of the train. Benda and Gereon confront Trokhin with the massacre evidence, where Benda offers Trokhin a deal to cover up the incident in exchange for information on the Black Reichswehr personnel responsible for the illegal arms shipments.
Böhm investigates the Saint Josef murder. Stefan is killed by unknown attackers. In exchange for releasing Selenski and Fallin, Trokhin provides Gereon evidence that Beck and Seegers have been developing a secret German Air Force in Lipetsk.
Following a tip off from the Armenian Gereon listens to a radio broadcast by Dr Schmidt, discussing psychiatric treatment.
Gereon and Graf fly to Lipetsk to get photographic evidence of the secret airbase. Gereon recalls memories of himself killing Saint Josef.
Benda informs Minister Stresemann of the Black Reichswehr investigation, who is aware and sympathetic to the cause.
Moritz finds Stefan's body. Homicide detectives question Gereon and Bruno after ballistics evidence shows the same gun killed Saint Josef and Stefan, while Gereon and Bruno suspect each other.
Gereon moves Helga and Moritz out of Bruno's home to a hotel. Fritz visits Greta in Benda's house. Gereon asks Charlotte to help translate Stefan's shorthand diary after finding it in Bruno's house.
Charlotte is kidnapped by unknown assailants. Charlotte is brought to the Armenian and locked in the Moka Efti fridge when she cannot answer questions about the Sorokin gold.
Behnke discovers the import authorization form for the train dropped underneath Gereon's bed at the rooming house. Benda convinces the Prussian Court to authorise an arrest of Seegers, Beck and other members of the Black Reichswehr.
Bruno shows Moritz how to shoot a rifle after he finds an arms cache in the Wolters' apartment block basement.
Benda and Gereon interrogate the Black Reichswehr. Bruno and the Black Reichswehr set Operation Prangertag in motion, a government coup to install Erich Ludendorff as Chancellor and restore the monarchy.
Greta sees Fritz get shot by police outside the KPD office. Gereon questions Svetlana about the Sorokin gold. After reading a detailed article by Katelbach on the Black Reichswehr, Gereon goes with Katelbach to meet his informant.
Katelbach's informant is murdered before the meeting with Gereon. Gereon and Benda interrogate General Seegers before all the arrested officers are released.
Otto tells Greta that Benda's men killed Fritz and she says she will do anything to get revenge. As part of Operation Prangertag, Bruno and Sheer attempt the assassination of the German and French foreign ministers, but are unsuccessful.
Charlotte translates Stefan's diary and informs the Armenian of the train robbery. President Hindenburg arrives at the press conference and removes General Seegers and orders the train to be returned to the Soviet Union.
Gereon and Charlotte inform Benda of the train robbery and attempt to intercept the robbery against Benda's orders.
Greta lets Otto plant a bomb in Benda's home office. Charlotte is shown to drown as the car that she is riding in with Gereon gets run off the road by Bruno into a lake.
Greta arms the bomb and tries to flee Berlin, but changes her mind as she runs into Fritz at the train station, now dressed in a SA uniform.
Greta runs back to the Benda house but is too late to stop the bomb from detonating. It is revealed that Gereon managed to revive Charlotte after her apparent drowning.
Henning and Czerwinski pick up Gereon and board the train. Bruno and the Black Reichswehr halt the train, but they are ambushed by the Armenian's gang.
Gereon confronts Bruno on the train and discovers that the gold is actually fake. Henning and Czerwinski incapacitate the Armenian gang with anaesthetic while Bruno starts the train.
After fighting with Gereon on top of the train, Bruno is killed after causing a gas explosion. Wendt becomes the new Head of the Political Police and wants Gereon to unofficially lead a new covert Internal Review department that investigates internal political crimes and corruption.
Charlotte becomes a deputy homicide detective. Observing the Sorokin painting in Svetlana's apartment, Gereon and Charlotte deduce that the train was made of gold.
In Paris, Kardakow watches Svetlana sing in a cabaret. Gereon is attacked by a KPD group led by Dr. Volcker but is rescued by the Armenian and taken to Dr.
Under hypnosis, Gereon realises the truth: that he did not attempt to rescue his brother Anno, who was injured in no-man's-land, but that he in fact ran away.
The badly scarred Dr Schmidt is actually Gereon's brother, Anno. Charlotte aces her crime-scene reenactment exam, but later stumbles over a technical detail and is failed by Ullrich, despite worse-performing male candidates.
At the film studio, Bellman tries to get Rath to declare the death an accident. Weintraub is greeted affectionately at the home of his business partner, Edgar the Armenian.
Nyssen and his mother are reassured that the stock market is booming, and she wants to make a large investment. Nyssen tells Wegener that he is bipolar and predicts a coming stock market crash, which he blames on Jewish financial manipulation.
He orders Wegener to illegally obtain the client lists of the major banks. Helga goes for a pregnancy test. Rath reviews the footage of Winter's death and notices that one actress, Tilly Brooks, was acting strangely.
Edgar and Weintraub visit Moka Efti, which has been damaged in an explosion. Edgar thinks that the explosion and Winter's death were not accidents, but has covered the murder up as their million-dollar investment is at stake.
Charlotte and her sister, Toni, clean up after their messy co-tenant. Instead of going home to Helga, Rath has another session with Dr.
Rath and Helga argue. Weintraub and Edgar's wife, Esther, are shown kissing. Greta goes on trial, where Benda's widow gives passionate testimony against her.
Rath discovers that Wendt has ordered to seal Greta's files. Meanwhile, Wendt tries to get Commissioner Zörgiebel to resign by threatening another trial about the police shootings of communists.
The police find out that the electrician in charge of the spotlight that killed Winter had been impersonated by a former co-worker, Felix Krempin. The death is deemed a murder, and therefore insurance will not cover the losses.
Charlotte's sister tells her that their mother left something for her at a former neighbor's. The church originally had five towers see Pic.
The bells of the church rang so loud that the wolves living in the nearby zoological garden began to howl. The ruin was preserved with structural security as a memorial against against war and destruction.
In addition, a new building came in the 60s. Today, the church is a striking landmark of Berlin. The old building of the church is the greatest memorial of Berlin torn apart by war.
The new one is a place of contemplation where you can leave all troubles, worries and and noises of the city and of the whole world behind.
The market takes place every year on Breitscheidplatz, just outside the church. The later so-called Kurfürstendamm 18 , where the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is situated, got its name from prince-electors Kurfürsten who used this road to get to Grunewald.
In the s, the Kurfürstendamm was the epitome of the Golden Twenties, or the Roaring Twenties. Josephine Baker, who brought the original Charleston to Germany and turned a costume, consisting of only a girdle of bananas, into an iconic image and a symbol of the s.
Kurfürstendamm is a home for all famous labels and international brands. In the young Max Schmeling won his first title fight there.
The noisy amusement park faced some critics as well, especially among the residents of Grunewald. During the first World War and in the following period of hyperinflation, visitor numbers expectedly declined and the part lay desolate and abandoned.
On May 9, , the amusement park reopened after a huge renovation but did not attain its former success. In , he celebrated his 50th birthday in the capital.
The famous physicist and his wife Elsa lived in an apartment at Haberlandstrasse 5 in Berlin district Schöneberg. Famous personalities such as Max Liebermann, Charlie Chaplin and Franz Kafka were among his guests.
After the seizure of power by the Nazis, Einstein gave up his German passport, and all h is possessions, including summer house in Caputh near Potsdam, sailboat and bank balances, were confiscated.
Most of these places can still be seen, visited, and even experienced. There, Weimar-era is still round the corner, and this is why we love Berlin: it has always been and will probably always remain the city where all its history can be seen and smelt.
There, time flies too fast, but it makes all the time spent there even more precious. Thank you. Thank you for this.
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Victoria Kinney Berlin , Movies and TV shows about Berlin Click on the map to enlarge. The organ is now the only one in Germany that is in its original installation, still in regular use.
By a seat third screen was added at the rear of the building. An exterior photo, December View link. More infos and photographs on this theater and many others can be found on the German language only Berlin Movie Theater Guide — www.
An exterior photo, February Login or Sign up. Lottery development funds of two million Euros were given for the seats and technical equipment. Wooden joists in the ceiling, which were no longer able to support the weight, were replaced by steel girders and a new roof was erected over them.
The front of the building was also restored. The aim of the restoration was not to return the building to how it looked at a particular point in time, but to keep various elements from throughout the building's history.
The foyer was returned to how it was when the building opened in and the auditorium was renovated to its style, with plush seating and stucco and gilded details.
This was where new smaller auditorium was built as part of the restoration. The orchestra pit of the large auditorium was restored, so that a chamber orchestra can play live music during screenings of silent films.
In , the year-old J. Philipps cinema organ was restored. It is the only cinema organ in Germany that is still played in its original location.
In May the reopening of the auditorium took place with the film Othello by Orson Welles. The architects Joachim Roemer and Klaus Meyer-Rogge were honoured for saving a "key building of cinema architecture".
The Babylon is a venue for the Berlin International Film Festival Berlinale. The restored cinema organ was relaunched on 26 May at a screening of The Golem: How He Came into the World.
This was followed by a series of silent film concerts with the pianist Stephan von Bothmer. In some employees, who were members of the anarcho-syndicalist Free Workers' Union FAU , sought higher wages and better working conditions.