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Schöne Frauen (2004)

Five "older" actresses vying for the same role decide to walk out on their audition. They end up on a road trip full of adventures and revelations.

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Barbara Schüttle
Julia Jäger ...
Dana Lemberg
Caroline Peters ...
Kandis Zuckermann
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Genoveva 'Geno' Artuides
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Karin Leiser
Edda Schnittgard ...
Hannah
Ina Müller ...
Thea
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Christina Beyerhaus ...
Genos Freundin
Max Herbrechter ...
Danas Agent
Volker Niederfahrenhorst ...
Fluggast
Oscar Ortega Sánchez ...
Tankwart (as Oscar Ortega Sanchez)
Ole Puppe ...
Kandis' Joggingpartner
Rainer Strecker ...
Hooligan

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Five "older" actresses vying for the same role decide to walk out on their audition. They end up on a road trip full of adventures and revelations.

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21 June 2005 (USA)  »

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Beautiful Women  »

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€300,000 (estimated)
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Tränen - vielleicht
Performed by Gitte Hænning
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Gently understated situational drama
5 February 2014 | by (Ultima Thule) – See all my reviews

Gently sexy, mildly quirky, shyly arty and very human.

An accidental meeting of a group of not-quite-so-strong women grappling with life and auditions leads to their heading off on a day's adventure. I watched this in German with English subtitles and found it to be one and a half hours pleasantly spent. The thoughtful script maintained a dry whimsical tone with moments of sadness.

The interesting trope of not showing any of the men's faces keeps the film firmly focused on the women's stories while allowing a glimpse at how several of the characters relate to men. Acting, shooting and script were all excellent and the music was tasteful and well performed and then incorporated into the plot.

It had a possibly slightly oversaccharous, feelgood ending, but by that time I had been won over by the characters and could cope with the sweet send off.


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