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Berlin International Film Festival Schedule For ‘War On Everyone’ Released

The Berlin International Film Festival’s (BIFF) site has released the program for this year’s entertainment. We previously reported that Theo James’s new film War On Everyone is set to premiere at BIFF as a Panorama Special. The first show is on Friday, February 12th at 21:30.

There are 5 show times so you can pick which ones best for you.



The advance ticket sales start on February 8 at 10.00 am (CET).

Tickets may be purchased three days in advance. Tickets for repeat screenings of Competition films may be purchased four days in advance. On the day of the screening, tickets are only available at the box offices of the cinemas themselves and on www.berlinale.de.

The ticket price for all the screenings unless otherwise specified will be € 11.00.
They have more detail of the movie then that’s previous been released.
The synopsis from their website:
Terry & Bob: tougher than Starsky & Hutch, funnier than Laurel & Hardy and better looking than Siegfried & Roy. These hard-to-impress buddy cops blackmail the entirety of New Mexico, plant cocaine on small- time hoods with bubble perms, consume it there and then, drink non-stop, ram their snazzy car into a wall, return to wife and kids (as Bob does, played by Michael Pena), marvel at ‘chicks with dicks’, or fall in love with the right sort of girl (as Terry does, played by Alexander Skarsgård). But a British Lord, especially a real one, will not allow himself to be pushed around in the manner to which these carefree, chaotic cops have become accustomed. Terry and Bob get more entangled in a web of blackmail, abduction and drugs than they could ever have imagined even in their wildest acid-nightmares … Irish director John Michael McDonagh will be familiar to Panorama audiences through his sarcastic portrait of small-town cops THE GUARD and his quick-witted drama about sexual abuse in the church, CALVARY. His latest film is a bitter, hyperactive, tragicomic trip against a crazy backdrop of references to cop films and crime series, with great music and two male leads who really take it to the limit.

BIFF shared a 36 second clip! Unfortunately Theo isn’t in the short video. Click here to watch it. Beware there is strong language and narcotics.