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Schuld sind immer die Anderen (2012)

In a project with the concept of open-prison, Benjamin is given the unique chance of a new beginning. As one of seven juvenile offenders he should adopt social skills and experience ... See full summary »

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(screenplay) (as Anna Maria Praßler)
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In a project with the concept of open-prison, Benjamin is given the unique chance of a new beginning. As one of seven juvenile offenders he should adopt social skills and experience security in a family-like community. But when he meets his house-mother Eva, he is shocked. She was one of his victims, but cannot recognize him because he was hidden by a mask. His brutal assault on her was never resolved. Ben does his best not to attract attention. But Eva's suspicion is aroused. Written by Anonymous

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28 February 2013 (Germany)  »

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Shifting the Blame  »

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Tobias: We don't talk about our crimes here, understand?
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Quite boring and predictable
3 November 2012 | by See all my reviews

I saw this film in the Film Festival of Thessaloniki. I like watching German Films, "Lolla Rent" and "Das Leben Der Anderen" were masterpieces. This film is not something great. One young criminal was arrested and took part in a modern project of punishment in a house in the forest. One of his victim works in this facility. That's the main story. You can predict the ending. The movie characters are flat , the directing is not something special, and the ending is disappointing. This film is about forgiveness and punishment. The main story could let in a extremely film, but in this movie, this story goes "wasted". The only interesting for me was this project of punishment, which I found very interesting and good for the society, although sometimes it does not lead to good results.


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