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Schneckentraum (2001)

| Drama, Short
3 wins & 1 nomination. See more awards »


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Cast overview:
Fabian Busch ...
Ulf Söhmisch ...
Herr Stockmann
Eva Hecht ...
Lady at the Piano
Dora Laifaoui ...
Lady with the Cards
Richard Hanslmaier ...
Library Client
Klaus Gringel ...
Man with Cigarette at the Library
Elmar Seefried ...
Man with Cigarette at the Library
Julia Shengelaja ...
Library Clerk
Giorgia Petersen ...


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Drama | Short






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El sueño del caracol  »

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very cute short movie :-)
14 August 2006 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

I saw this film on a short-film-festival in Cologne some years ago. It moved me so deeply that I still remember many details. I think it was in Black and White. The story is very cute but sad as well: SPOILER WARNING here is the content: A girl in a bar sees a boy and is interested in him. She is too shy to talk to him but follows him to his working place: A book store. She pretends looking for a book and when he asks her whether he can help she nervously grips any book. I think she even holds it upside down. It is about snails. She buys it and asks him to wrap it as a present. Now she goes to the bookstore very often and buys books from her secret love, never daring to speak with him. She soon has a big collection of wrapped books at home which she doesn't unwrap. Finally, one sees the girl getting dressed up and "practicing" in front of a mirror. She is determined to confess her feelings to him but as she enters the book store he is not there. MAJOR SPOILER WARNING! As she asks the owner of the bookshop, he informs her that the boy has been killed in a motorcycle accident. Understandably she is full of despair and back home she unpacks the books. And this is when she finds written in the books little notes from her beloved, saying "who are you?", "why don't you talk to me?" and finally "I love you".....

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