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Renn, wenn du kannst (2010)

A man name Christian is assigned as an assistant to Benjamine, a disabled man. On his first day he runs into a chello player name Annika, who shortly after finds herself in a love triangle with the two.

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Robert Gwisdek ...
Benjamin 'Ben'
Jacob Matschenz ...
Christian
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Annika
Daniel Drewes ...
Arzt
Amelie Kiefer ...
Lisa
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Mareike
Michael Sens ...
Cellolehrer
Leslie Malton ...
Regina. Bens Mutter
Jörg Bundschuh ...
Herr Wiener
Sven Taddicken ...
Angestellter im Computerladen
Alexander Hörbe ...
Sanitäter
Arne Gottschling ...
Sanitäter
Christian Ehrich ...
Pfleger
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A man name Christian is assigned as an assistant to Benjamine, a disabled man. On his first day he runs into a chello player name Annika, who shortly after finds herself in a love triangle with the two.

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29 July 2010 (Germany)  »

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Biegnij, jesli mozesz  »

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Different Triangle Drama
8 February 2011 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

I saw this on at Göteborg Film Festival, and had the pleasure to listen to Q&A with the director and his associate, who was the editor and wheelchair coach (I think, I hope, not always clear sound on these things).

I actually came in with small hope of a good film, after watching the trailer on-line. I was thinking a Til Schweiger comedy with no backing at all, with crap actors. I was wrong, and the trailer was wrong.

This film has a subject matter in very good hands, the director, Dietrich Brüggemann, handles his story with skill and ease. Sure, perhaps a bit too many basic film school turns, but done with feeling. There were a few instances when a mean editor could have cut away some fat. Not saying a pro edit is always the way to go.

The acting was first class - but Dieter, there are actors in wheeelchairs, look a bit closer; -.


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