Movies are proven to be effective tools in aiding learners with their foreign language learning. In fact, German language schools are even collecting selective movies that can indeed be helpful for learners particularly learning German language.
The lists of movies below are three of the most famous movies that German language schools are using. Let’s take a glimpse at these.
Run Lola Run
Are you looking for an action-packed film that could really boost you up while you learn German language? “Run Lola Run” is one recommended movie for you!
Director Tom Tykwer and star Franka Potente have really played this film so incredibly fascinating that learners like you will really take head. Since this is a German film with English subtitles, this is indeed a great film to boost up a learner’s learning career. Besides, a German language school is presenting this film in one of their German classes, so students can really get the chance to watch this movie for real.
The Thief Lord
This exciting movie is derived from a best-selling novel Herr der Diebe by a German author Cornelia Funke. The story revolves around two boys who fled from their abusive aunt and went to Venice. There, they meet the mysterious “Thief Lord” named Scipio, and that’s where their adventure begins!
This film has an English version, and since the story revolves around a German ambiance, learners who tend to watch this movie will understand the whole concept of German culture–a very effective tool in letting learners learn German language easier.
Nowhere in Africa
Are you fond of love story films? Nowhere in Africa is a love story spanning two continents, where the true tale of a Jewish family flees the Nazi regime in 1938 for a remote farm in Kenya. The story was written by Stephanie Zweig.
This movie also has German subtitles, so you will definitely have a great time learning English and German together.