David, a waiter, finds an unpublished manuscript in a dresser drawer. To impress a girl, he claims to be the author. When the novel becomes a best-seller the real author introduces himself in his life and begins to take-over David's life.
In the near future the dreams of three adult siblings living in Germany are fractured by difficult romantic relationships and the unwitting involvement with an underground organization ... See full summary »
So I cannot say this movie is for everyone. Watched it in a room filled with people and opinions were differing, to put it mildly. I, however, count myself to those rather impressed. Artistic is the stamp I'd put on it. That is not to say that you need to be deep to get it. You don't. But you might have to take a bleak view of the bourgeoisie to fully enjoy it. If you embrace art and cynicism it is very entertaining. Good work by Brühl and Christensen.
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