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Margarethe von Trotta
this film is another German production without any sense, the whole film is boring and really not worth seeing it. the whole movie could be shortened to maximum 30 mins without losing anything important, because many of the scenes simply show people walking and saying nothing over minutes or things like that. maybe it would be the perfect short movie, but 80 mins are much too long for this story. I don't know what the writer thought while writing it.
i saw this movie in sneak preview and just after five minutes i asked myself how long the movie needs to finish. the only way i survived it was laughing about the comments made by the other watchers. my opinion about this movie is that the creators wanted to torture the audience!
but however, the end was kind of weird and because of that the best part of the whole movie.
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