The film’s title “The Man Who Couldn’t Sleep” is a reference to the iconic scene in “The Godfather” where the mobster gets a room full of movie tickets and is forced to watch them from the couch.
But when he tries to sleep at night, he gets a headache and goes into a coma.
His name is Hermann, a name that means “nightmare” in German.
The movie is set in a fictionalized version of Nazi Germany in the 1920s, but the film’s setting is more like that of a fictional version of the 1950s.
In this version, the Nazis were a small-time criminal organization known as the Sturmabteilung.
The film was released on DVD last month, but it has yet to be distributed theatrically.
The movie is now being produced by the director of “The Shining,” James Wan.
It is currently being screened at the Venice Film Festival, the festival’s premiere film festival.
Here are five things you might not know about the film.1.
“The Men Who Stole Christmas” is based on a real story, but its plot revolves around the real events of the 1930s.
It tells the story of a group of young boys who steal Christmas presents from families in a town called Breslau.
They rob people’s houses and steal Christmas trees.
The boys go by the names Herman and Hildegard and they steal Christmas money from people.
They are accused of crimes and convicted, but they are released from prison and join another gang and are on the run again.
The men go on to rob people and steal money, but at the same time they are also accused of stealing Christmas presents.2.
The film is the first Hollywood production to be nominated for an Academy Award for best picture, and the second in the past decade to win.3.
In 2015, the movie won a Grammy Award for “Best Original Song.”4.
The production was made in Germany by Breslow Films and was produced by Michael Fassbender.5.
“Spartacus” was based on the Roman myth of the warring tribes of Sparta.
The warring factions are the Spartans, who are called the Greeks, and those who are named by the name of Phrygians, the Britons.
The Romans, who ruled the area, were called the Achaemenids.