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Wer liebt, hat Recht (2002)

Based on an autobiographic novel by Anita Lenz, the movie focuses on a apparently happy couple whose marriage turns out to be a big lie. Maja, author of architectural books, lives in Berlin... See full summary »

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Reiner Heise
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Based on an autobiographic novel by Anita Lenz, the movie focuses on a apparently happy couple whose marriage turns out to be a big lie. Maja, author of architectural books, lives in Berlin, while her husband Helmut works as a professor of literature in the small town of Tübingen. Despite their long distance relationship, she thinks their marital harmony is perfect, until Helmut tells her about an affair with another woman. Maja is hurt even more by the fact that her husband's mistress isn't a young woman, but 43 years old and mother of Helmut's child... Written by fippi2000

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Magnificent!
15 October 2003 | by (Copenhagen, Denmark) – See all my reviews

Iris Berben is extremely popular in Germany, before this film I never understood why, but here she is nothing less but MAGNIFICENT! The story of a woman who's husband is having a baby with another woman sounds banal, but is everything but that. The story is very well written, with an ending that is both surprising and thought-provoking. All the actors are doing a terrific job, and Robert Atzorns unworldliness opposite Berbens slightly hysterical character makes this movie an absolute must.


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