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Richtung Zukunft durch die Nacht (2002)

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Simon Schwarz ... Nick
Kathrin Resetarits Kathrin Resetarits ... Anna
Georg Friedrich ... Barkeeper
Thomas Jonigk Thomas Jonigk ... Kellner
Nicolas Wan Park ... Vietcong
John F. Kutil John F. Kutil ... Polizist
Michael Grimm Michael Grimm ... Polizist
Michael Tanczos Michael Tanczos ... Biker
Nicholas Ofczarek ... Biker
Gregor Seberg Gregor Seberg ... Biker
Stefan Loskot Stefan Loskot ... Tankwart
Lobo Lobo ... Hund
Barbara Albert ... Joggerin
Margarete Tiesel ... Frau Gräte
Manfred Zöchel Manfred Zöchel ... Postbote
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Country:

Austria

Language:

German

Release Date:

7 February 2003 (Austria) See more »

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Hyvä päivä
by Bernhard Fleischmann
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3 April 2003 | by Mort-31See all my reviews

This unique Austrian film is one of the kind you cannot describe in a few words, although it runs only 60 minutes. And that alone makes me like it. Richtung Zukunft durch die Nacht is a fantastic(al) movie which completely disregards classical storytelling, thus telling a story but at the same time ignoring that there is a story to be told. Every scene is hilariously playful: the dialogues are ironic but the pictures create a special romantic mood. After 30 minutes, the movie appears to be over but then it begins to run backwards, at least partly. What? you ask. Well, exactly, it makes no sense to describe the film. You have to go and watch it. Almost certainly, you will be confused. It depends on you to like that or not.

It is also up to you to interpret the movie and read statements on how relative love is, or something like that. This is possible, and nice, but it is not necessary. The movie works as a pure lovely joke as well.


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