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Christian Lyra (screenplay)
Jan Fehse (story)
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11 December 2008 (Germany) See more »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Sebastian Koch ... Dr. Hans Frick

Mina Tander ... Sarah Arles

Wotan Wilke Möhring ... Christoph Zach

Ronald Zehrfeld ... Ben Weissner

Jenny Schily ... Luisa Engels
Barbara Auer ... Anna Frick
Zoe Thurau ... Ina Frick
Charly Hübner ... Hübner
Ben Braun ... Lars
Antonio Di Mauro ... Jo
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Benjamin Hansen ... Punk
Tom O'Malley ... Bar Manager

Directed by
Jan Fehse 
 
Writing credits
Christian Lyra (screenplay)

Jan Fehse (story)

Produced by
Maike Beba .... executive producer
Bernd Burgemeister .... producer
Sven Burgemeister .... producer
Torsten Gauger .... executive producer
Bettina Ricklefs .... producer
Andreas Schneppe .... producer
Hubert von Spreti .... producer
 
Original Music by
Andreas Helmle 
 
Cinematography by
Philipp Kirsamer 
 
Film Editing by
Dirk Göhler 
 
Casting by
Lore Blössl 
 
Production Design by
Anette Ingerl 
 
Costume Design by
Verena Sapper 
 
Makeup Department
Nathalie Gros .... additional makeup
Kirsten Rottner .... makeup artist (as Kirsten Hernandez Rivero)
Kirsten Rottner .... makeup artist
Verena Weißert .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Oliver Ratzer .... unit manager
Katja Weissinger .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Leslie Fritz .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Daniel Müller .... prop driver
Myriam Ohrwaschel .... prop assistant
Babett Pönisch .... property master: indoor
Antonia Wagner .... assistant production designer
Andreas Wirth .... property master: outdoor
 
Sound Department
Max Bauer .... foley artist
Hans-Dieter Desinger .... sound mixer
Dirk Gornickel .... boom operator
Frank Heidbrink .... sound
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Thomas 'Ape' Apel .... key grip
Helge Birke .... lighting assistant
Maximilian Linus Dreusch .... electrician
Michael Hauptfleisch .... first assistant camera
Jan-Marcello Kahl .... electrician
Thomas Kyriases .... electrician
Martin Neuse .... gaffer
Alexander Schmid .... electrician
Laura Stelzer .... second assistant camera
Katharina Ziegler .... electrician
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jessika Bätz .... assistant costume designer
Manuela Bönecke .... additional wardrobe
 
Editorial Department
Tobias Materna .... supervising editor
 
Location Management
Ute Platzer .... location scout
Jörg Winterling .... location manager
 
Transportation Department
Klaus Hackl .... production driver
 
Other crew
Georg Hofmann .... caretaker: extras
Dirka Pfab .... continuity
Tim Pommorin .... production trainee
Tim Pommorin .... set runner
Wolfgang Rhaden .... production accountant
Thomas Scheiba .... set manager
Amedeo Tortora .... expert advisor
Nora Vogel .... production assistant
 

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Also Known As:
"At Any Second" - USA (festival title)
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Germany:104 min
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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
When life-changing events occur, every day, somewhere., 28 June 2012
Author: Roger Burke from Brisbane, Australia

Germany tends to produce intelligent, thought-provoking drama – in politics, war, business, family and so on. This production is no different, albeit somewhat slow paced (and perhaps too slow for some viewers) and seemingly ill-focused, at first.

The casting is good, even excellent, with Sebastian Koch as the main character, Dr. Hans Frick, and Wotan Mohring as Christoph Zach, both giving riveting performances. The supporting cast is uniformly good also. And, I can't fault the standard of production.

Yet, by the mid-point – after a lengthy Act 1 – I realized that I'd seen a story like this one before: structurally, AAS is similar to Amores Perros (2000), that great movie about how the lives of three disparate and unconnected families become inevitably intertwined by tragedy. Where this one differs from AP, however, is the timing of that tragedy. To some extent also, AAS has some affinity with Crash (2004).

Still, it's an interesting threesome we meet: a high-powered hospital psychiatrist and wife with a marriage perhaps on the rocks; an entrepreneurial couple who split when she finds true love in another man; and a woman who attempts to seduce the psychiatrist after bringing him a present from her dead sister. With judicious cuts and scene changes, all three circles of action are more or less treated in a linear fashion; so there is really no difficulty in following all three, and keeping track of progress.

So, when the plot moves into Act 2, we know intuitively that something will happen to the troika of troubled people; the fun, so to speak, is trying to deduce exactly – or approximately – when and what will occur. Coupled with that rising suspense, we also become aware of a separate tragedy of almost classical irony when Christoph invites his former girlfriend, Sarah (Mina Tander), to his office to help him with a new music project. That meeting goes horrifically awry...

Which, in turn, is the crucial piece that must fall into place to allow the second tragedy in Act 3. Despite that downer, though, the final scene provides a measure of hope. Or was it simply resignation to the reality of the life you have? I'm still not sure.

Hence, despite the apparent slowness of narrative flow, I didn't fidget about, or look at a clock; so, I guess I was just a bit impatient to see if my comparison with AP was justified. I wasn't disappointed. Neither will you be, should you see this movie.

Give this a good seven out of ten. Recommended for all, except young kiddies (they'd be bored).

June 28, 2012

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