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KussKuss - Dein Glück gehört mir (2005)

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Credited cast:
Saïda Jawad Saïda Jawad ... Saida
Carina N. Wiese Carina N. Wiese ... Katja
Axel Schrick Axel Schrick ... Hendrik
Daniel Stock Daniel Stock ... John
Victor Choulman Victor Choulman ... Katjas Vater
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Konstantin Achmed Bürger Konstantin Achmed Bürger ... Ahmed
Ennio Cacciato Ennio Cacciato ... Arztkollege
Ursina Lardi ... Tinka
Torsten Lensing Torsten Lensing ... Max
Abel Lindner Abel Lindner ... Anmacher-Typ
Chantal Mairesse Chantal Mairesse ... Putzfrau
Helke Misselwitz Helke Misselwitz ... Sprechstundenhilfe
Samir Osman Samir Osman ... Polizist
Anna Stieblich ... Standesbeamtin


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Release Date:

19 September 2008 (Austria) See more »

Filming Locations:

Berlin, Germany

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Sound Mix:

Dolby SR


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One of the best films on relationships in years.
19 February 2006 | by hometaxSee all my reviews

Katja is the quintessential "not available" female. She's barely available on the job, almost not available to her lover Hendrik, and certainly not available at all to her abject father. She flies thru life, we don't get to see her achieve anything, but she sure is busy. Hendrik is the classic intellectual "no load", taking up space on the planet, using the planets resources of air, water and food, but producing nothing, not even writing. He does provide a compliant and supportive base for Katja, who is the sole breadwinner. Saida is elusive to us. She starts out without makeup, with drab clothing, etc and appears to be consistent with her status of illegal immigrant doing menial tasks. However, as her relationship with Hendrik unfolds, she grows in appearance, ultimately we see her as a heartbreakingly beautiful, vulnerable, and utterly desirable female. We NEVER get to deduce her motives nor all of her emotions, she remains an alluring mystery to us. There is a twist ending, one that to me is representative of real life, and I won't reveal that to you, better see the film. It's worth it.

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