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A German movie that's convincing and entertaining!
The Movie tells the Story of Felix and Pola Sommerfeld, their divorce, their friends and their love.
In the beginning you might think, "oh no, a German movie" but as you see the credits in the beginning, you learn fast that the cast will proof you wrong.
For example Bastian Pastevka, known as a comedian from TV, always good for a laugh, is playing brilliantly the role of a frustrated husband. And he is able to convince you trough his facial expression, his ability to make you laugh and (what we hardly know from TV) his ability to make his character appear serious, sad and tragic. And it is played very convincing.
On the other hand there is Oliver Korittke, he shows us by playing the choleric boyfriend of a girl (whom he has to share with other man more then he likes) that he is a very skilled actor too.
All in all it's a very entertaining comedy with it's sad and tragic moments. A must to watch in my eyes.
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