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After being released from prison, former RAF terrorist Jens Kessler spends his first weekend in freedom with friends from the past; among them are his former lover Inga and her husband. As the tension mounts, it takes only one spark to trigger an eruption of hostility.Written by
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not even the Käptn can save this movie from drowning in boredom
After Quellen Des Lebens we wanted to give German Movies another chance and were truly disappointed by this one. Katja Rieman is a good actress but no one can act convincingly with these flat dialogs. The actors always seemed to wait for someone to save them or say cut. Even Robert Gwisdek seemed not right in place in some scenes which nevertheless belong to the best this movie has to offer. Due to him, Bonaparte and the nice landscape three stars, otherwise zero. it's a shame that french movies are so much better and independently funded and the results of no one daring to be real creative and innovative leads to movies like this. I'm really sorry for the actors.
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