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Du gehörst mir (2007)

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Credited cast:
Tobias Moretti ... Wolf
Katharina Lorenz ... Melanie Wagner
Christina Große Christina Große ... Sarah
Matthias Klimsa Matthias Klimsa ... Frank
Jens Münchow Jens Münchow ... Jimmy
Walter Kreye ... Jobst Wagner
Martin Rapold Martin Rapold ... Philip
Stefan Gebelhoff Stefan Gebelhoff ... Felix
Thomas Meinhardt Thomas Meinhardt ... Dr.Fincke
Deborah Kaufmann ... Anna
Gudrun Ritter ... Ruth
Volkmar Kleinert Volkmar Kleinert ... Alfred
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Oliver Unkel Oliver Unkel ... Gast in Kneipe
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Thriller

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

24 September 2007 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Hozzám tartozol See more »

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€1,100,000 (estimated)
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Color:

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Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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*yawn*
25 September 2007 | by drizzt81See all my reviews

After being hyped up quite a bit through the local media, I decided to see this movie on TV. The plot itself appears somewhat appealing. It has intrigue, paranoia, fear, love and revenge. The partially horrendous acting and overzealous wanna-be artsy movie composition was what really killed it though.

The main actor was not really getting his anger across, despite doing his best to scream a lot. Surely, he did seem a bit insane and conveyed the control-freak type reasonably well, but it just was not convincing. At times, I wasn't sure whether to be afraid of him or just laugh in his face for trying too hard to be scary and intimidating.

And it appears that the director really wanted to make sure that everyone knows how artsy he is: let's throw in long, silent scenes with eerily lit rooms, the main actress swimming with loud music blaring to symbolize her mental change and random white-screen cuts... yep he did fill each and every cliché.


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