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Detroit (2003)

Edzard is on his way from Berlin to Braunschweig to visit his family. During the trip the reason of his visit becomes clear, or doesn't it? During the trip he meets several people, most of ... See full summary »

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Carsten Ludwig
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2 wins & 1 nomination. See more awards »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Christoph Bach ... Edzard
Diana Maier Diana Maier ... Mira
Johannes Lang Johannes Lang ... Tramper
Marc Zwinz Marc Zwinz ... Michi
Moritz Stoepel Moritz Stoepel ... Galerist
Ingo Haeb Ingo Haeb ... Volker - Edzards Bruder
Ann Pollmann Ann Pollmann ... Freundin des Galeristen
Pia Esten Pia Esten ... Braut
Laura Metzner Laura Metzner ... Blondes Mädchen
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sebastian Achilles ... Mann im Zug
Anette Daugardt Anette Daugardt
Anouk Drescher Anouk Drescher ... Eds Tochter
Eva Geiler Eva Geiler
Barbara Minkus Barbara Minkus ... Edzards Stiefmutter
C.D. Schulz C.D. Schulz
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Edzard is on his way from Berlin to Braunschweig to visit his family. During the trip the reason of his visit becomes clear, or doesn't it? During the trip he meets several people, most of them more than once. How this is possible becomes not quite clear until the end. Written by spijker_nl

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Drama

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

28 June 2003 (Germany) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby SR

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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I don't have to tell a story, I'm an artist
8 August 2005 | by sflgSee all my reviews

What might have started as an interesting idea clearly fails to entertain the viewer when dragged out for 78 minutes. There is no story line, only an agglomeration of scenes containing Edzard's encounters with several people. While this is mildly interesting for a few minutes, it soon finds its place between boring and annoying. This is probably due to incompetence of the unexperienced writer/director duo or - even worse - a deliberate attempt to do it "different". Someone should have told them that "there is this guy on his way to Braunschweig" is not in the top ten list of good movie ideas. There is some good camera work, though, begging for a classification as pretentious rubbish.


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