Limited Showing in New York City of Lila, Lila

Hey Fans,

Lila, Lila is coming to Quad Cinema in New York City beginning Friday, May 23 for a limited engagement. This film is one of Daniel Brühl’s earlier gems before he started starring in big Hollywood productions such as Rush and The Fifth Estate.

Corinth Releasing, who owns the US distribution rights for the film, is hoping to get the word out to as many New Yorkers as possible. The idea is to let people know about the movie in New York to generate enough interest to potentially have showings in other US cities. You can be a part of this by helping spread the word and, if you’ve seen the movie, by posting your personal movie review in the comments section of this post. You definitely don’t have to be from New York to do that! The more interest generated the more people have a chance to see this movie and learn what a rare talent Daniel possesses.

There may be a contest or giveaway of the DVD to New York city residents. I’ll have more on that soon. There is also an opportunity to hand out flyers or mini posters in the New York area. This is big news Fans. If you are in the New York city area and want to help out, email me at

You’ll be hearing a lot about this from me for a while so stay tuned. Your humble admin.






Daniel Brühl Movies

I’ve recently watched Lila Lila in the theater and enjoyed every minute of it. Daniel’s performance was as perfect as I had expected. It was after the movie that I realized I hadn’t watched Daniel work in a very long time. It inspired me to purchase four new movies to add to my library of Daniel Brühl movies. Here are the movies I’ll be seeing for the first time as soon as they arrive in the mail at my new address (today is moving day):

1st Anniversary For Daniel Brühl Fans

Hi Fans,

Today is the first anniversary of For Daniel Brühl Fans. Thank you for your support of my efforts. In honor of this first anniversary, here is a random collection of photos of Daniel from over the years.

Daniel Brühl at Festival de Málaga

The Pelayos opened the 15th Festival de Málaga. The cast was on the red carpet for the occasion.

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7 Days in Havana with Daniel Brühl

7 Days in Havana features seven stories directed by Benicio Del Toro, Laurent Cantet, Gaspar Noé, Pablo Trapero, Elia Suleiman, Julio Medem and Juan Carlos Tabio.

Daniel Brühl stars in La tentación de Cecilia (The Temptation of Cecilia), Day 3 of 7 days in Havana directed by Julio Medem.

Cecilia, a Cuban singer, is torn between accepting the offer of a Spanish impresario and following him in Spain to make a career, or staying in Havana with her boyfriend Jose.