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film sexploitation film [also: sex-exploitation film] [film genre]Sexploitationfilm {m} [auch: Sexploitation-Film] [Filmgenre]
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shocker [coll.] [book / film]Schocker {m} [ugs.] [Roman / Film]
audio film tech. wigwag [film production]Rotlichtwarnlampe {f} [vor Film- und Tonstudios]
square-cut {adj} [e.g. film]rechtwinkelig geschnitten [z. B. Film]
tear-jerker [coll.] [slushy film, play]Schnulze {f} [ugs.] [Theaterstück, Film]
MedTech. high-speed {adj} [film/screen systems]hochverstärkend [z. B. Film-/Folien-Kombinationen]
film lit. to be about sth. [film, book]über etw.Akk. handeln [Film, Buch]
tech. to reload sth. [e.g. film]etw.Akk. neu einlegen [z. B. Film]
film [film based on a novel]Literaturverfilmung {f} [Film, der auf einem Roman basiert]
spy {adj} [attr.] [e.g. film, network, swap]Agenten- [z. B. Film, Netz, Austausch]
film mus. theatre to score sth. [e.g., to compose music, to underlay a film]etw. schreiben [Film-, Bühnenmusik]
scorcher [Br.] [coll.] [sensational book, film, or play]Sensation {f} [Buch, Film oder Theaterstück]
compelling {adj} [film, performance]fesselnd [Film, Vorstellung]
to animate [also film]animieren [auch Film]
short {adj} [e.g. biography, course, film, holiday]Kurz- [z. B. Biografie, Lehrgang, Film, Urlaub]
film lit. F Fool for Love [play: Sam Shepard, film: Robert Altman]Liebestoll [Film auch engl. Titel]
film lit. F The Redhead [novel; film title: Redhead]Die Rote [Roman: Alfred Andersch; Film: Helmut Käutner]
to be seen on sth. [e.g. film, screen]auf etw. sichtbar sein [z. B. Film]
film lit. F Hoot [novel: Carl Hiaasen, film: Will Shriner]Eulen / [Film:] Eulen - Kleine Freunde in großer Gefahr
audio tech. sound {adj} [attr.] [e.g. booth, design, editor, engineer, film]Ton- [z. B. Kabine, Gestaltung, Meister, Ingenieur, Film]
film photo. to take sb./sth. [to photograph, film, or videotape]jdn./etw. aufnehmen [von jdm./etw. Foto-/Film-/Videoaufnahmen machen]
film RadioTV sound effects {pl} [added after the film has been shot]Untermalung {f} [Film mit Musik, Geräuschen o. Ä. begleiten]
film lit. F Look Who's Back [novel and film]Er ist wieder da [Roman: Timur Vermes; Film: David Wnendt]
film [high-budget film, but of low artistic value]Schinken {m} [ugs.] [pej.] [auch hum.] [aufwendiger Film von geringem künstlerischem Wert]
econ. geogr. ind. German-produced {adj} [car, machine, film etc.]in Deutschland produziert [Auto, Maschine, Film etc.]
film F Jane Eyre [Robert Stevenson (1943 film)]Die Waise von Lowood [Film von 1943]
market. to launch sth. [a product, film etc.]etw. einführen [lancieren; Produkt, Film etc.]
to thrill sb. [story, film etc.]jdn. fesseln [fig.] [Buch, Film etc.]
MedTech. sensitivity [film-screen combination, intensifying screen]Empfindlichkeitszahl {f} [Folien-Film-Kombination, Verstärkungsfolie]
film F Kiss Me Deadly [Robert Aldrich (1955 film)]Rattennest [Film von 1955]
film sequence [film]Ausschnitt {m} [Film]
film lit. to be about sb./sth. [film, book, opera, etc.]von jdm./etw. handeln [Film, Buch, Oper etc.]
film F Fantasia [in the film "The Neverending Story"]Phantásien {n} [im deutschen Buch und Film "Die unendliche Geschichte"]
spy {adj} [attr.] [e.g. film, novel, plane, ring, satellite]Spionage- [z. B. Film, Roman, Flugzeug, Ring, Satellit]
film F The Beguiled [Don Siegel (1971 film)]Betrogen [Film von 1971]
film F Olsen Gang [film 1-13: Erik Balling; film 14: Tom Hedegaard and Morten Arnfred]Olsenbande [Reihe von vierzehn thematisch verwandten dänischen Kriminalkomödien]
nature {adj} [attr.] [e.g. deity, film, lover, mysticism, park, photographer, poetry]Natur- [z. B. Gottheit, Film, Freund, Mystik, Park, Fotograf, Dichtung]
adapted from {prep} [e.g. a film adapted from a novel by ...]nach [+Dat.] [z. B. ein Film nach einem Roman von ...]
icky {adj} [song, film, etc.]kitschig [Lied, Film etc.]
to pummel sth. [fig.] [novel, film etc.]etw.Akk. vernichten [fig.] [Roman, Film etc.] [durch Kritiken verreißen]
med. MedTech. radiological image [presented on radiographic film] [EUR 17538]radiologisches Bild {n} [dargestellt auf einem radiographischen Film] [EUR 17538]
film lit. F Anna Karenina [novel: Leo Tolstoi, film (1997) Bernard Rose, film (1948) Julien Duvivier]Anna Karenina
to sink without (a) trace [Br.] [coll.] [idiom] [film, person, etc.](spurlos) in der Versenkung verschwinden [ugs.] [Redewendung] [Film, Person etc.]
well-made {adj} [film, plot, article, cake, etc.]gelungen [Film, Plot, Artikel, Kuchen etc.]
film lit. theatre gritty {adj} [fig.] [drama, film]wirklichkeitsnah [Drama, Film]
device [in a novel, film etc.]Einfall {m} [in Buch, Film etc.]
to drop sth. [a film, a play, etc.] [also: a burden, etc.]etw.Akk. absetzen [einen Film, ein Theaterstück etc.] [auch: eine Last etc.]
Rat Pack [group of entertainers, esp. Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis, Jr. and Dean Martin] [also film, TV series]Rat Pack {n} [Künstergruppe um Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis, Jr. und Dean Martin usw.] [auch Film, TV-Serie]
film shot {adj} {past-p}gedreht [Film]
film to lensdrehen [Film]
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