Belgium, of all places. What's Belgium got besides chocolates and fries? No matter, this year it was Hannes' and Kiki's turn to choose the destination of their annual bike tour with their ... See full summary »
Florian David Fitz,
A minute's silence is being observed in the grammar school of Hirtshafen, a small fishing town on the Baltic shore - in memory of Stella Petersen, the school's young English teacher. For ... See full summary »
For three years investment banker Elena Wagner (Julia Koschitz) was a shooting star at the investment bank Ahrends & Oppermann in Frankfurt. Elena is completely absorbed in climbing the ... See full summary »
If you are a German or live there that is. Or if your country/people have a similar cultural background. It seems to really hit off with people, because it does aim for the "Zeitgeist" of now. Like how relationships are right now. The males will identify with the problems the male protagonist has and the females the same with the female lead, of course. But is is that simple?
It does seem to be. And frankly you could also be bothered by quite a few things. There are clichés (unavoidable it seems), but the weird characters make up for it (if you find them at least partly engaging, which is not a given). A weird relationship movie, with an equally weird attraction to it.
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