Ursula Werner. Schauspieler. Deutsche Schauspielerin. Von anfangs komischen, rührenden und burschikosen Rollen in Kinder- und Jugendfilmen der Defa. Ab ist Ursula Werner 35 Jahre lang festes Ensemblemitglied am Maxim Gorki Theater Berlin. Seitdem zahlreiche Engagements u. a. an der Berliner. Ursula Werner – Preisträgerin “Schauspielerin in einer komödiantischen Rolle” (Der Junge muss an die frische Luft, Regie Caroline Link). Video zur.
Ursula WernerUrsula Werner. Schauspielerin. geboren am September in Eberswalde, nimmt ein Schauspielstudium an der Staatlichen Schauspielschule. Ursula Werner ist eine deutsche Schauspielerin und Synchronsprecherin. Ursula Werner. Schauspieler. Deutsche Schauspielerin. Von anfangs komischen, rührenden und burschikosen Rollen in Kinder- und Jugendfilmen der Defa.
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Refresh and try again. Wolfgang Zander ,. Alexander Khuon Narrator ,. Steffen Scheumann Narrator. Just got back from a wonderful visit to Houston and the Brazos Bookstore.
Many thanks to Sarah and the staff at Brazos for their warm welcome, and to the fantastic audience I had at my reading. It is very heartening to find so many highly engaged readers, asking themselves and me hard questions about what the past has to teach us, and how we can apply those lessons to our lives today.
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Mar 30, AM. Mar 08, The Blonde Bookworm rated it liked it. I am a lover of all things history, so when I was asked to review The Good at Heart, I immediately jumped at the opportunity.
The story follows a family as they fight to do what is best for their family while attempting to obey the rules of their country as well.
Some of the family members become involved in smuggling refugees across the border and the entire family is put at risk. I loved the characters and truly enjoyed each of their personalities.
The I am a lover of all things history, so when I was asked to review The Good at Heart, I immediately jumped at the opportunity.
The younger daughters were so entertaining and I loved Rosie's spunk and joyful spirit. All of the characters held my attention, but Marina's story was especially intriguing.
I found myself constantly wanting to know more about her, and I secretly wished I had her fearless attitude. She fought for what she believed in and loved without boundaries.
I found that to be incredibly refreshing. All in all, The Good at Heart is a beautifully written and touching novel about family bonds, love, and heartbreak.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading Werner's debut novel and would recommend it to readers who love historical novels. Sep 12, JO ANN rated it really liked it.
Historical fiction has been my favorite genre since a teen. This book did not disappoint. It is right up there with The Book Thief and Sarah's Key.
The characters were beautifully developed. It was easy to visualize the three young sisters as they made their way around Blumental during the three days of July, It is the end of WWII and the family of women: Oma Edith , Mutti Marina and her three young daughters are getting ready for a visit from The Fuhrer.
Opa, Oskar, works in Berlin and Historical fiction has been my favorite genre since a teen. Opa, Oskar, works in Berlin and no one in the family is exactly sure what he does or why Hitler would be visiting their home but, maybe they do know.
Ursula Werner has set up an opportunity for these women to show their caring and kindness towards strangers and neighbors as she weaves the story line around tales she heard from her mother growing up in Germany and then the United States.
She draws you into the story with her beautifully written Prologue, which I reread three times as it touched my heart "as Oskar and Edith lay under the feathers of their down comforter and built their house.
It was almost as if she took a lesson from the errors of that novel. This would be a five star but unfortunately, after reading the first three chapters, I had the opportunity to listen to the audio version and it was read by a man.
Big mistake for Simon and Schuster! Aug 23, Jill Furedy rated it liked it. Can't decide between 3 and 4 stars on this one. I didn't get to writing this until a few days later, and it has already faded a bit in my mind.
As events are unfolding for the characters, you kind of know what's coming based on actual historical events.
You are just waiting to see how they play out for each person. So the characters are very important to keeping my interest.
And they mostly did. But none of them jumped off the page for me. At the beginning of the book, the prologue had me all se Can't decide between 3 and 4 stars on this one.
At the beginning of the book, the prologue had me all set to love Edith and Oskar. The idea of the story, a family with the men serving the Third Reich and the family struggling with love and duty, is what caught my attention.
And their dreams in the beginning of the book, before the war, caught me up immediately. But then the story begins and Oskar is off at war, and Edith isn't that involved, her daughter and grandchildren are more central to the plot.
There is a scene where Marina and Edith discuss her love for Oskar and what his possible role in the war means for that love.
That was what I was expecting, more of the pull of good and evil on the family. But there was not much questioning of each other's roles. The effect of the war was the trauma on the kids, the separation of the family etc, not the doubting or trust issues I sort of anticipated.
Marina's story has the most twists to it, and possibly the most potential interest and conflict, but to keep the story moving, we don't get to go too in depth on any of it and so I never connected to her much.
The three girls also had distinct personalities, but again we didn't spend enough time with any of them to see much of it through their eyes.
Rosie had a lot of personality, so I expected her to be more significant. I think that part of what diminished my interest was that there were a lot of characters besides the main family who already make a substantial group Our time in the book is spread out among so many people, most introduced with just enough info so you know who they are, but their parts are fairly minor.
Franz we never really meet, nor the former bakery owners, but both of them pop up enough as side stories that again, I expected more from them. I suppose to get more in depth on everyone's story or perspective would have added another or more pages to the book.
But the story was good and if the characters had hooked me, I would have gladly read that. So I think the best I can do is say I liked this book, when I wish I could have loved it.
Thanks Touchstone and netgalley for this ARC. We can all say what we would have maybe done in a horrible situation but I think this novel comes close to the real life feelings of a family.
A microcosm of a village and family in the Nazi era makes us think hard about the past and present. I don't want to say what I would do because its too hard to put myself there.
Dec 30, Linda Quinn rated it it was amazing. To read this book you'd never know it was a debut novel.. Beautifully written with nuanced characters, it explores the lives of one German family and the rest of their town over three days toward the end of WWII.
I saw so many parallels, sadly, to what is happening in the United States right now. I can only hope many, many people will read it and look within themselves to determine which of the townspeople they'd like to be.
If only there were more people today who were truly good at heart. I'd To read this book you'd never know it was a debut novel.. I'd like to believe there are.
Not every book on the topic of Germany during the war and is worth reading. Details are boring, and it takes forever to get to the point.
The narrator of the audio book should have been female. The characters are mostly female, including a few little girls. It is just plain annoying to have the male narrator to try to sound like a little girl.
Mar 17, Rebecca Chen rated it did not like it Shelves: cannot-finish. I found this difficult to read, the text did not have a flow that made it enjoyable.
I skipped to the end and cut out about half of the book. May 19, Mystica rated it it was amazing. I've been reading many stories set with a WWI and II background but this one is from a different perspective altogether.
We hear of the persecuted and the persecutors but this is from a civilian German outlook, forced to live their lives under Hitler and for some members of the family only beginning to realize what was actually happening much later on in the day and then the utter horror of knowing that their men folk knew, understood and followed orders in the persecution of their fellow neighb I've been reading many stories set with a WWI and II background but this one is from a different perspective altogether.
Home Actress Ursula Werner. RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR. Her next film, Wintervater , where she plays the role of Lene, is in post-production and will be released in Her television credits include Schloss Einstein and Einzug ins Paradies.
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The Good at Heart is now available in paperback! The Good at Heart. Order the book here:.Unglaube in the film Ein irrer Duft von frischem Heu. A truly scary Kino Mindelheim even here in this country. Maria Sander. The younger daughters were so entertaining and I loved Rosie's spunk and joyful spirit. Inge Sternsdorff. Her next film, Wintervater Watch Series Mistresses, where she plays the role of Sonnenlampe, is in post-production and will be Stargate Der Film Deutsch Anschauen in Go to www. May 19, Mystica rated it it was amazing. It was very powerful--the plot was tight and the characters very well drawn despite the narrow scope Ursula Werner the setting. After studying at the Staatlichen Schauspielschule Berlin, she obtained her first roles in the Halle Opera House, The Operative in the Berlin cabaret "Die Distel". Ursula would be happy to discuss the possibility of meeting with your book group! This was a good read. View the profiles of people named Ursula Werner. Join Facebook to connect with Ursula Werner and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to. Ursula Werner is a German actress born September 28, in Eberswalde, Germany. She grew up in the Prenzlauer Berg district of Berlin. After studying at the Staatlichen Schauspielschule Berlin, she obtained her first roles in the Halle Opera House, and in the Berlin cabaret "Die Distel". Ursula Werner is a writer and attorney currently living in Washington D.C. with her family. Born in Germany and raised in South Florida, she has engaged in creative writing while practicing law part time, publishing two books of poetry, In the Silence of the Woodruff () and Rapunzel Revisited (). The Good at Heart is her first novel/5.