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Julia C. Kaiser
Two young actresses fall in love with each other while filming a lesbian love scene, then break up months later, and then are forced to reunite in order to re-shoot the love scene for the movie's distribution.
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This has to be one of the worst movies I have ever seen. I was pretty disappointed about that, because I generally really like German cinema. The whole time I was watching this film, I kept asking myself "why is everybody acting so awkward?" All the actors just played horribly.
The movie tells the story of a lesbian couple who is about to get married. Both brides get a separate bachelorette party where at some point, of course, things get a little weird. Let's just say, the awkwardness between certain characters made total sense, but strangely enough everybody seemed to be very uncomfortable with each other.
I don't understand what the goal of this movie was. It tried so hard to be deep and complicated, it ended up being the entire opposite. All of the characters lacked any emotional connection. None of them seemed to even like each other and their conversations were extremely boring and forced. A bachelorette party is supposed to be something fun, but here you had these five people who, for some mysterious reason, were basically stuck together. I guess none of them had anyone else to hang out with. But the really sad thing is that not even the brides were really excited about anything. I did not predict a happy marriage.
In other words, do not waste your time on this movie. Germany has better ones to offer.
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