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You Told Me, You Love Me (2006)

Du hast gesagt, dass du mich liebst (original title)
You said that you love me.

Director:

Rudolf Thome

Writer:

Rudolf Thome
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Cast

Credited cast:
Hannelore Elsner ... Johanna Perl
Johannes Herrschmann Johannes Herrschmann ... Johannes Kreuzberger
Anna De Carlo Anna De Carlo ... Sophia Perl
Urs Remond Urs Remond ... Bademeister Fritz
Bastian Trost Bastian Trost ... Computerverkäufer
Michael Gerber Michael Gerber ... Mann auf dem Friedhof
Guntram Brattia ... Nachlassverwerter Frank
Rainer Laupichler Rainer Laupichler ... Brettmann, der Verleger
Stefan Felmy Stefan Felmy ... Pfarrer
Lars Löllmann Lars Löllmann ... Michael
Thomas Zug Thomas Zug ... Mann im Schwimmbad
Milena Dreißig ... Bedienung
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Karlheinz Oplustil Karlheinz Oplustil ... Standesbeamter
Giovanni Strelocke Giovanni Strelocke ... Kellner
Frank Wünsche Frank Wünsche ... Arzt im Krankenhaus
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You said that you love me.

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Genres:

Drama

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

20 April 2006 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

You Told Me, You Love Me See more »

Filming Locations:

Berlin, Germany See more »

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Budget:

EUR500,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Intended for the film festival crowd
24 October 2007 | by edouard_monpetitSee all my reviews

I saw this film at the Vancouver International Film Festival. While sitting through this film, I had a distinct feeling that it was intended for the typical "international film festival" audience.

This film is designed to be minimalistic, so minimalistic, that it can be adopted to any demographic group with minimal effort. The result are dialogs without nuance, characters without identity, and a film without depth. For this reason, everything became very repetitive and stagnant; sitting through this film became a chore.

After the film, the filmmaker was invited to answer some questions from the audience. He made some interesting points, such as the incidental music, that was play on-the-spot by a pianist, and the process of making this film. But I did not think the film was groundbreaking, entertaining, or thought-provoking as some of the audience would believe.

But, most interestingly, I would never thought that there is a niche for such kind of films, let alone a market.


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