With his black comedy “Next Door”, the German actor with a brilliant international career co-writes, directs (for the first time) and interprets a fascinating camera, in a Berlin where the ghosts of the East still roam.
His face is devoid of lips, and he’s often seen in villainous roles. In “Next Door”, in theaters on December 29, the film he directed (and which he plays), Daniel Brühl plays an actor, rather sympathetic but that an annoying neighbor puts in difficulty. Under the façade of civility, suddenly, Bruhl appears to be a vain, hypocritical character. Likewise, at the same time, Brühl crosses “The King’s Man. First mission ”as a disagreeable Prussian officer, endangering the integrity of the British Empire (before Brexit).
Son of a German actor and a Spanish teacher, Daniel Brühl is a fashionable actor: at 41, he already has thirty films to his credit, including bestsellers such as “Vengeance in the Skin”, “Inglourious Basterds”, “Captain America: Civil War”. He is a cross-section of Hollywood production and German cinema. His Dincarnation made him famous.rLazlo Krusler, from the series “The Alienist”. Ambitious, speaking several languages (including, they say, Catalan and Japanese), Brühl makes fun of himself: “I see myself with a wink”He said. He was “The Obs.”
It’s not necessary to hide behind the camera.
Because I wanted to tell stories my own way. Also, I use this opportunity to resolve disputes with those who have not been very supportive. Having said that, “Next Door” is not an authentic film.