Lee, a foreigner, waits in Copenhagen, restless for her lover Christian to join her for a romantic getaway. In fact, his arrival does nothing to relieve her gnawing sense of exile and her ... See full summary »
Emil De Coninck Romer Rosberg
Netherlands, 1938. In a small town in the province of North Brabant called Oss, Johanna wants to change her life and quit the criminal gangs of the town. The harder she tries, the more she is involved.
When medical student Irena discovers that she can see through people, her live takes a surprising turn after she finds out that she is able to see bone structures, organs bloodstreams and ... See full summary »
Mike van Diem
Eline Van der Velden,
Paris, France. In the harsh fashion world the life of young model Dominique (Sylvia Hoeks) is dictated by her never ending search for assignments. Unfriendly roommates, demanding agents and... See full summary »
Her friends invite a mourning young woman for a weekend at a beach house in The Hamptons. When her lover suddenly turns up, she realizes that she needs to find closure with her past before she can start living in the present again.
The film, based on an original script by Jos Stelling and Bert Rijkelijkhuizen, tells the story of the Russian physician Nicolai who returns to an old hotel, the place where he first met his great love half a century ago, and relives his romantic tragedy. A large part of the film is set in the late nineteenth century and is situated in a abandoned hotel/sanatorium in Tannenfeld, Thuringia (formerly East Germany), where most of the recordings also took place. The hotel still has traces of an impressive past. Eventually it becomes clear why he really has returned.Written by
Jos Stelling Filmprodukties
one of films with status of trip. because it is a large, complex, precise map. to one of the most popular themes of Medieval Germany. to an art gallery. to the Romantic stories about impossible love. to the admirable Russian dramas. to the Flemish paintings. to the delicacy of beauty and known tragedies who are mile stones of history. a film for feel more than for understand. this is its virtue. and its sin. because it is one of films who, in precise manner, selects its audience. that is all. and the motif to say, after its end, only - it is a beautiful film. but....
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