Film director Nina wants to shoot a movie about love and sex. She invites her actor-friends Hans and Marie for screen tests in a huge, run-down apartment in Berlin for a couple of days. There are problems with the first recordings and it turns out that the project is not so easy to implement. Acting and reality mingle into a dangerous melange. For Nina love is not necessarily a matter of emotion - she is rather looking for an authentic depiction of sex. The intimate collaboration turns into experiments with film, love and bodies and finally has an impact on the private relationships between the three of them. It seems that the boundaries between acting and reality begin to disappear. Ultimately, Nina Bader declared the project a failure.Written by
I've seen this movie a couple days ago. Story was so complicated so realizing what the movie try to say was really hard. Another hard thing is enduring watch to the end. Normally I prefer watching movies till the end cos maybe film can be better soon but this time u gonna see when u watch either this not gonna happen, i mean movie will begin bad and gonna end like this. Totally waste of time. Don't even try to watch it. Camera angles were terrible and it was shoot like a holiday shoot. Even if its a amateur film the director should obey some rules. He could use a better technology for example. Anyway look where ever u want it was awful.
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