Belgium, of all places. What's Belgium got besides chocolates and fries? No matter, this year it was Hannes' and Kiki's turn to choose the destination of their annual bike tour with their ... See full summary »
Florian David Fitz,
Linda has been suffering from a congenital heart defect ever since her birth. She managed to reach 30 contrary to medical predictions. But, with another operation looming, she feels a need ... See full summary »
A struggling German arms manufacturer is selling weapons to more and more dubious customers. When a young employee witnesses how weapons are sold illegally to Mexico and are used to kill students he decides to get out.
A group of old friends gets together for a weekend in a mountain cabin. Years have gone by and yet nothing seems to have changed between them. But lurking behind the laughter and stories is... See full summary »
Diego is a doctor so used to working in extreme situations that he has immunized himself to others' pain. He has switched off from his work, his partner and his commitment as a father. Over... See full summary »
I saw this movie at the Toronto European Film Festival last night. It was sold out last November so I am glad I got in this time. I loved the movie, I felt it was believable from all sorts of perspectives. Most of all I liked the Dennis the Menace Munchkin like lives of the two girls Kathe and Emma. The dialogue was very subtle, you had to pay attention, sort of like the last scene when Konrad's play suddenly marvellously syncs. The kids live in a world of mystery and freedom, but the mother works in a regimented world where a single mistake means someone doesn't wake up. You can feel the tension in the hospital, the chief surgeon makes your soul freeze. In this relationship, the father supplies the soul/blueprint for living and the mother provides the physical necessities.
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