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i'm from Germany, and i gotta say: for a German movie it was brilliant. moritz bleibtreu was as perfect as always (best German actor ever). this movie is about love, ending love and love which wins over death. the dialogs are really good, even the little characters are very well played by some 'not that famous' German actors. this movie really delivers a message. i'm sure that it gives some people who lost they're loved ones, a little bit of hope that there's gonna be something after they die, too. sure, it's a sentimental, even slighty sad theme, but it happens to everyone of us and we're all gonna have to deal with this problem some day. and the end, i'm not spoiling anything (!!!), just shows, that even the smallest sentence, without any meaning, can brake a whole relaionship. honestly, at the end of the movie i had tears in my eyes. romantic, good movie, brilliant performances from moritz bleibtreu and alexandra maria lara. if ur in love, watch this movie with your girlfriend/boyfriend :)
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