A loving mother searching for her child. A pregnant woman escaping from her responsibility. Two women who couldn't be more different will be pushed to their limits of humanity. Connected by one breath which decides everything.
Chara Mata Giannatou
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Nora von Waldstätten
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Conrado San Martín,
Watching the film in HD. This is a case where it makes sense.
Great film, shooting in Vienna and other places they found mostly authentic props and sets.
At least one case, where Hans Hass and Xenophon leave a Vienna hotel on Ringstraße shows them in front of a shiny golden rotating door from the 21st century. Not exactly authentic in this minor case, but the rest looks impressive and actors are also doing a good job. Some German actors don't sound very Austrian, but local stars including Harald Krassnitzer also compensate that.
A must-see for all divers and diving fans, both hobbyists and professionals.
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