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A Fine Day (2001)

Der schöne Tag (original title)
A day in the life of the 21 years old Deniz, who aims to become an actress and makes her living by dubbing movies. After she has split with her old boyfriend she gets to know Diego and spends the evening with him.

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Thomas Arslan

Writer:

Thomas Arslan
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Credited cast:
Serpil Turhan ... Deniz
Bilge Bingul Bilge Bingul ... Diego
Florian Stetter ... Jan
Selda Kaya Selda Kaya ... Leyla
Hafize Uner Hafize Uner ... Mutter von Deniz
Hanns Zischler ... Regisseur
Elke Schmitter Elke Schmitter ... Frau im Café
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Simone Bär Simone Bär ... Regiassistentin
Jon Handschin Jon Handschin ... Mann in U-Bahn
Sibylle Hubatschek-Rahn Sibylle Hubatschek-Rahn ... Synchronregisseurin
Natalie Peters Natalie Peters ... Freundin von Diego
Stefan Pethke Stefan Pethke ... Taxifahrer
Katja Thimm Katja Thimm ... Synchroncutterin
Benedict Weber Benedict Weber ... Synchronsprecher
Nicole Winterbauer Nicole Winterbauer ... Castingassistentin
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A day in the life of the 21 years old Deniz, who aims to become an actress and makes her living by dubbing movies. After she has split with her old boyfriend she gets to know Diego and spends the evening with him.

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thoughts on love and film
16 October 2001 | by leengyselinckSee all my reviews

For me, this film is a brilliant little discourse on love and film. It shows the small, but important issues of daily life - as falling in love, looking, wandering the city. As such, it takes you on a philosophical journey, through which the director makes you wonder about the different ways in which we are looking at others (your lover, your family, a stranger) and at film. The director reflects on the film medium itself and on how film represents reality and affects us doing so. A film that also installs a strange, distorted sense of time. The photography and the editing are very well done, but the acting could have been a little more vivid, I think.


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Country:

Germany

Language:

Turkish | German

Release Date:

18 October 2001 (Germany) See more »

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Germany See more »

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