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Fieber (2014)

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Carolina Cardoso ...
Franzi
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Franziska
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Vater
Nicole Max ...
Mutter
Louis Wagner ...
Bruder
Luc Lamesch ...
Junge im Schlachthof
Sascha Ley ...
Mme Marguérite
Suzana Vukovic ...
Mutter im Zug
Astrid Weiss ...
Mädchen im Zug
Oleg Zhukov ...
Tätowierter Mann
Luc Feit ...
Monsieur Charbon
André Jung ...
Jaques Briquet
Nilton Martins ...
Berber Tilelli
Marie Jung ...
Maxi
Konstantin Rommelfangen ...
Pascha
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2 August 2014 | by See all my reviews

A wild mix of childhood, parenting and adulthood gets thrown into your face with this feature that was shown at the Festival in Berlin. While some ideas were more than interesting, the movie itself felt like a bad mixture of clichés that was waiting to happen. There are some decent actors in this, none of which can really shine in a muddle of a story that does not really get you involved.

It's not so much the time-lines that will give you a headache, but the fact that the movie seems to go on forever, even with a short running time. I'm pretty sure the filmmakers can do better than this and hopefully will, when they continue their journey (and hopefully surprise us ... which didn't happen with this movie at all).


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