Two paparazzi want to take pictures of a famous and mysterious movie star and are about to disclose a big secret (no spoilers here).
It's an absolute miracle why the original directors (Connie Walther/Stephan Wagner) refused to "sign" this movie with his name. It might be that parts of the story are a little incoherent and the editing might be a bit rude. But the plot itself, the actors, the soundtrack, the locations (Cannes, New York, Palma de Mallorca) and therefore the movie's ATMOSPHERE as a whole are simply fantastic and captivated me right from the start.
If you like suspenseful movies and appreciate "fresh faces" (i.e. David Rott and - wow! - Agata Buzek) and want to see a story that goes a lot deeper than most TV movies (180 min!), you might be positively surprised with this one.
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