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Die Pferde von Katarinaberg 

Eva Molin wanted to spend some holidays with her daughter Annika at the seaside,but now she must go to Katarinaberg Castle for an evaluation of the painting collection.

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Michael Steinke
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Susanne Gärtner Susanne Gärtner ... Eva Molin
Stephan Luca Stephan Luca ... Peter Norquist
Gila von Weitershausen ... Margareta Hansson
Volkert Kraeft ... Ulf Norquist
Olivia Silhavy ... Elsa Lönsted
Cleo-Johanna Budde Cleo-Johanna Budde ... Annika Molin
Holger Daemgen Holger Daemgen ... Martin Sörman
Ingo Brosch ... Lars Berg
Katrin Fehse Katrin Fehse ... Sarah
Dustin Raschdorf Dustin Raschdorf ... Till
Norbert Heckner Norbert Heckner ... Frans Hiller
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Eva Molin wanted to spend some holidays with her daughter Annika at the seaside,but now she must go to Katarinaberg Castle for an evaluation of the painting collection.

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Drama | Romance

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

30 September 2007 (Germany) See more »

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Please make it go away
29 November 2017 | by morganseerSee all my reviews

Yet another soulless, humorless rom-something from the German film-churning machine. It is not a comedy, nor is it a drama. It is a cookie cutter something without character. A perfectly manicured woman meets Mr. GQ who arrives on a horse (I kid you not) as the lovely but plastic woman takes a dip in the lake in what some hopeful person labeled as "idyllic setting" in the keywords. (It will seem idyllic only if you like every blade of grass perfectly parallel to every other, and carefully trimmed with scissors.)

The man pursues the woman, and has conflicts with his father. That's as much as I was able to gather from the half hour I could stand to watch it, and accidentally catching the end. For the whole story I will defer to a more patient soul than me.

The look of the movie is as if it were shot on video-overly bright and sterile. It immediately identifies the movie as belonging to the rom-something "genre." It also immediately evokes a desire to step into a smoke-filled Victorian city to get some life into your lungs again.

On the whole I love European and Asian films. This particular "genre" from this particular country excluded. I gave it two stars only because it didn't contain slime-dripping creatures from out of space.


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