It is winter in Montauk, at the far end of Long Island. There are two deck chairs on the windswept beach. The chairs are waiting for two people who have, for a long time, been lost to each other. He is a writer and has come from Berlin. She is a New York lawyer. Many years before, they had a fling, but they were too young to know they had each met the love of their lives. Now they have come back to Montauk, filled with regret and hope. The bodies remember. It feels for them like the next day after the last one they were together. They do not know if it is possible to reverse time. In Montauk, they find out.
Did You Know?
After a meeting held in Marseille, on the 26th of November, 2015, the German-French Conveying Commission, for the first time, decided on requests for assistance from the Franco-German development fund. Oscar-winning filmmaker, Volker Schlöndorff
, was granted EUR215,000 in funding, to go towards his latest project; an adaptation of the novel by Max Frisch
, Return to Montauk (aka Rückkehr nach Montauk). See more