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180 ° (2010)

180° - Wenn deine Welt plötzlich Kopf steht (original title)
Early evening - a big city. Two teenagers shyly flirt with each other, a housewife sits down to watch her daily soap, nurses in a hospital gossip before the nightshift starts, a trendy ... See full summary »


Cihan Inan


Cihan Inan (creator), Cihan Inan
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Christopher Buchholz ... Er
Sophie Rois ... Marion Berger
Michael Neuenschwander ... Manfred Berger
Benjamin Grüter Benjamin Grüter ... Peter Schneider
Carla Juri ... Esther Grüter
Güven Kiraç Güven Kiraç ... Ahmed Özel
Siir Eloglu ... Ülker Özel
Mehmet Atesci Mehmet Atesci ... Cem Özel
Asli Bayram ... Özlem Özel
Firat Kaplan Firat Kaplan ... Sinan Özel
Umut Yildirim Umut Yildirim ... Kemal Özel
Sabine Timoteo Sabine Timoteo ... Petra Cipriano
Nurit Hirschfeld Nurit Hirschfeld ... Sabine Berger
Lorenz Nufer Lorenz Nufer ... Daniel Steiner
Leonardo Nigro Leonardo Nigro ... Marion Cipriano


Early evening - a big city. Two teenagers shyly flirt with each other, a housewife sits down to watch her daily soap, nurses in a hospital gossip before the nightshift starts, a trendy couple drives through rush hour, so excited they can hardly wait to get home - a man with a rifle enters a building seeking revenge. In the blink of an eye seemingly unrelated events turn upside down what were once secure, happy, 'normal' lives. Behind fear, beyond the unexpected, there is love and hope Written by Anne Walser

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Written by Steffen Smith
Performed by STEFFEN SMITH
Courtesy of Steffen Smith & GREAT GARBO music
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A brilliant piece of art
18 October 2010 | by ayberkolgaySee all my reviews

I saw the film at the Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival. Unfortunately they deserved but couldn't get any awards. This film was the only film that deeply impressed me in the whole festival.

The main idea of the movie is "an accident effects different people from different cultures in different ways." But story telling is amazing. Great music composition and production is used to complete the wonderful photography of the film. All the actors did their best but I really liked the shooter most.

In the context, we are able to see some kind of a projection of real life. A drama is not all about sadness and misery, also funny things do not happen only in comedy films. Life is a whole with all tones of gray, not blacks and whites only. So this movie gave me that feeling in a sensitive way. And as a great point, the miscommunication between the Turkish father and the German mother was a really impressive scene. Wherever you are, communication works both ways and fails if the link is broken on one side.

Maybe telling different stories in the same time line is a bit risky thing because people are used to find themselves a lead actor to follow the feelings, this movie breaks that idea and maybe it's hard for some people to follow the whole story. But personally I really like the scenario as much as I like the production of the movie.

I hope to see more wonderful works from this crew.

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Switzerland | Germany

Release Date:

25 September 2010 (Switzerland) See more »

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180 ° See more »

Filming Locations:

Hamburg, Germany See more »


Box Office


CHF1,000,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

C-Films AG, Praesens-Film See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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