When Davis Green's alluring young cousin Alexis shows up on his doorstep, he discovers a side of his family that had been kept secret his entire life. As the two get closer, they set out to... See full summary »
Deborah Ann Woll
In this personal, inter-continental love story two ex-lovers, Lina (Linnea Saasen), a Norwegian dancer and Anderson (Alex Holdridge), an American filmmaker, meet by chance during a visit to Berlin. Their romance is rekindled in spite of the fact that they are both moving to opposite ends of the earth in the next forty-eight hours. Meanwhile Anderson's friends, Stephen (Rupert Friend) and Friederike (Jennifer Ulrich), toy with exploring the sexual boundaries of their long-term relationship. Berlin nestles these couples in her outstretched streets, while they wrestle with the perennial challenge of finding love, recognizing it and keeping it alive.Written by
Although principal photography was in Berlin (Germany), Budva (Montenegro), London (UK) and Los Angeles (USA), the film also includes photos and short videos shot in Croatia, Bosnia Herzogovinia, Macedonia, Serbia, and Albania. See more »
This movie really surprised me. It made me laugh and made me cry. I really felt invested in the characters. I' was so excited with the outcome but don't want to give it away. This is a great date movie and the theater I saw it in had a wide range of ages watching and it seemed to be universally enjoyed. When looking for a really nice , not too heavy story to relax and enjoy, I would give this a watch. The scenery in the film is another bonus. I haven't been to Europe but almost feel like I have now. Overall storyline takes you through the trials and tribulations of many adults with their career choices and struggles and their relationship trials and tribulations and I felt like they tapped into my emotions in both of these areas and gave me a fun roller coaster ride of enjoyment
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