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I've seen this movie yesterday at the historical "Babylon"cinema in Berlin. The complete Film-Team was there, too and it was an very interesting evening which had Style and Glamour (Eva-Maria Hagen was the "Brigitte Bardot" of the GDR-times and still is an very interesting actress, book-writer, painter, singer).
The Director "Michael Schorr" seems to be a very sensitive and silent person, (the film mirrors his soul) who had big success with the Movie "Schultze gets the Blues".
The story is cached in really beautiful pictures some scenes are having good picture-format.
I also like the film-music. It fits perfect to the story about people, living in Poland, East-Germany and Chez.
You should see it first on the big screen!
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