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A number of individuals in Germany whose lives are connected in some ways, and all of them have dark sides which may shock us to the core.
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Credited cast:
Christoph Bach ... Lehrer Nickel
Margit Carstensen ... Frau Sandberg
Jakub Gierszal ... Maximilian Sandberg
Corinna Harfouch ... Inga Sandberg
Sandra Hüller ... Franziska Feldenhoven
Carla Juri ... Natalie
Michael Kranz ... Geriatric Nurse
Johannes Krisch ... Einsiedler
Sarah Mathilda Libbertz Sarah Mathilda Libbertz ... Lehrerin
Michael Maertens ... Claude Petersdorf
Dieter Meier Dieter Meier ... Furrier
Max Pellny Max Pellny ... Jonas
Nina Marie Rottmann Nina Marie Rottmann
Leonard Scheicher ... Dominik
Bernhard Schütz ... Georg Sandberg
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A number of individuals in Germany whose lives are connected in some ways, and all of them have dark sides which may shock us to the core.

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Falls apart in the end
8 March 2014 | by Belden FoxSee all my reviews

This is one of those movies where multiple characters weave and interconnect through multiple stories which all reach their dramatic conclusions in a burst of activity at the end of the film. Unfortunately whatever charms this movie has in its first half evaporate in the second, when the director tries to inject a false sense of dramatic weight by having almost every storyline devolve into meanness and tragedy. In the final quarter the movie piles on more and more contrived events and inexplicable reactions from the characters, glossing over the more glaring ones by stuffing them into a where-are-they-now montage at the very end. And even the first half relies a bit much on caricatures, such as the German couple who spend an inordinate amount of time discussing how much they loathe everything German while simultaneously reveling in the wealth Germany's economic might has bestowed on them. If you're really in the mood for this sort of thing go watch Robert Altman's "Short Cuts" instead.


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