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Hagen develops disturbing nightmares and soon can no longer distinguish between dream and reality.

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Moritz Bleibtreu
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Moritz Bleibtreu ... Hagen
Nadja Uhl ... Karoline
Emily Kusche ... Emily
Jannis Niewöhner ... Niko
Anna Bederke Anna Bederke ... Ela Kellnerin
Marc Hosemann ... Dan
Susi Kentikian Susi Kentikian ... Kassiererin
Martin Klempnow Martin Klempnow ... Bojko
Leonie Wesselow Leonie Wesselow ... Tattomädchen
Catrin Striebeck Catrin Striebeck ... Mutter Tattomädchen
Wolfgang Schumacher Wolfgang Schumacher ... Vater Nico & Dan
Arnel Taci ... Avi
Murathan Muslu ... Aykut
Farba Dieng Farba Dieng ... Aykut Junge 1
Joern Andersen Joern Andersen ... Aykut Junge 2
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Hagen develops disturbing nightmares and soon can no longer distinguish between dream and reality.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Directorial debut of famous German actor Moritz Bleibtreu. See more »

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References Inception (2010) See more »

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Dream on
29 October 2020 | by kosmaspSee all my reviews

German Genre movies are not something we see often. And when they are made as well as this one, it is even better. Moritz Bleibtreu is almost a guarantee for quality, now also behind the camera. Now the movie itself or rather the story is or can be perceived as flawed to a degree. Some may not be very fond of the movie not answering/spoon feeding you answers of questions it raises.

There are certain things that probably will only be clear or clearer with a second viewing. As it is whether you know what the twist of the movie is or not, it will be quite the ride. It may even be better to be a little prepared by knowing where the movie is heading. Still there are quite the confusing scenes in it, which I think make the movie and the story even more intriguing (like characters literally popping up, the mirror theme and so much more).

And then the movie probably has the perfect ending. At least I think it is - some may feel it is pandering or they might not like it at all, but the mood it sets, the vibe the whole thing has ... the uncertanty it gives the viewer - the style it is shot (with some back and forths in the editing) ... well it's good to say the least


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Country:

Germany

Language:

German | French

Release Date:

22 October 2020 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Ajukoor See more »

Filming Locations:

Hamburg, Germany

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Dolby Atmos

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2.35 : 1
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