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Chill Out (2000)

In post-Cold War Berlin, a lonely security guard meets an pretty insurance clerk and they begin an affair that relieves their mundane lives while the reunification of Germany changes their ... See full summary »

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Andreas Struck

Writer:

Andreas Struck
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Credited cast:
Tatjana Blacher Tatjana Blacher ... Anna
Sebastian Blomberg ... Johann
Werner Heinrichmöller Werner Heinrichmöller ... Mann am Stadtplan
Gerhard Hoffmann Gerhard Hoffmann
Thordis König Thordis König
Tomas Luamba Tomas Luamba
Horst Markgraf Horst Markgraf ... Tankstellenwart
Horst-Günter Marx ... Lorenz (as Horst Günther Marx)
Jarreth J. Merz ... Schuhverkäufer (as Jarreth Merz)
Barnaby Metschurat ... Max
Daniel Ris Daniel Ris
Hanna Sibilski Hanna Sibilski
Andreas Stadler Andreas Stadler ... Simon
Armin Stein Armin Stein
Vera von Wolffersdorff Vera von Wolffersdorff
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In post-Cold War Berlin, a lonely security guard meets an pretty insurance clerk and they begin an affair that relieves their mundane lives while the reunification of Germany changes their surroundings at a frantic pace. But when a wandering thief and sometime hustler enters their lives, it sets off a complicated love triangle that becomes increasingly volatile. Written by Anonymous

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When boy meets girl, then boy meets boy

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Drama | Romance

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

8 September 2000 (Canada) See more »

Also Known As:

Chill Out - É Hora de Relaxar See more »

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Color
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Subtle and Human film
29 September 2001 | by thylacinesSee all my reviews

I saw this film at Image & Nation, the Montreal Gay Film festival. I really liked it. I thought there was some clumsiness with the style at the beginning and the rhythm was a bit off. But the more the film goes, the more it becomes confident. It doesn't underestimate the intelligence of the spectator and has really nice ellipses. Some shots of the city becomes nice metaphor, especially the shot of the empty pool and the shot of the sky, after a sex scene. I really liked it and it deserves way more than the grade it received in this site.


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