David, a recently fired scrapyard worker and Marie, a prostitute, both about 20 years old, meet on New Year's Eve in Berlin and decide to run away together. As David's arm is plastered from...
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A young couple lead a modest provincial existence with their small daughter. The husband is a policeman, a common middle- class civil servant. The wife stays at home and cares for their ... See full summary »
Paul Silberstein, youngest son of an urbane but deeply strange old Austrian dynasty of confectionery millionaires, discovers the power of love and humor - and also his own extraordinary ability to shape his realities.
David, a recently fired scrapyard worker and Marie, a prostitute, both about 20 years old, meet on New Year's Eve in Berlin and decide to run away together. As David's arm is plastered from an accident Marie continues to prostitute herself to finance their restless journey through the Ruhr area. Their love and their will to survive guide them though all problems.Written by
Moritz Muehlenhoff <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I won't waste any more of my time than is necessary to say how poor this film is. In a story that should explore love and money and the motives that drive our search for each, there should certainly be more character development than exists in this drawn-out film. It's hard to connect with either of the main characters in the story -- so much so that by the end you wish they would just go away.
The music is very good at times, I'm just sad that Yo La Tengo and Velvet Underground are associated in any way with this underachieving cinematic failure.
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