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Lose Your Head (2013)

A Spanish party tourist gets lost in Berlin's club scene.

Directors:

Stefan Westerwelle, Patrick Schuckmann (co-director)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Fernando Tielve ... Luis
Marko Mandic Marko Mandic ... Viktor
Sesede Terziyan Sesede Terziyan ... Elena
Stavros Yagoulis ... Kostas
Samia Muriel Chancrin ... Grit
Jonás Beramí Jonás Beramí ... Carlos
Jan Amazigh Sid Jan Amazigh Sid ... Dimitri
Rummelsnuff Rummelsnuff ... Gregor
Claudia Splitt Claudia Splitt ... Jana
Kaspar Kamäleon Kaspar Kamäleon ... Miss Desire
Nico Döring Nico Döring ... Rafi
Andreas Stadler Andreas Stadler ... Gerichtsmediziner
Seiichiro Kariya Seiichiro Kariya ... Japanischer Tourist #1
Ryotetsu Kure Ryotetsu Kure ... Japanischer Tourist #2
Sarah Effenberger Sarah Effenberger ... Dimitris Mitbewohnerin
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A Spanish party tourist gets lost in Berlin's club scene.

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Genres:

Drama | Thriller

Certificate:

Unrated | See all certifications »

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Hipster Berlin swallows up innocent Spanish Kid
9 January 2015 | by sugarfreepeppermintSee all my reviews

This film is a nice little travelogue of the hipster areas of Berlin. The young Spanish actor who takes the role of the protagonist, draws you into his story easily, as he comes off as quite likable, with his big puppy eyes and gentle manners, and seems to be the only sane person in a world full of treacherous people.

However This young man has no idea of how dangerous the urban environment of Berlin can be, as he puts himself gleefully and ignorantly at risk of social and sexual relationships with just about any person that takes him in - and add to that random drug use in risky circumstances - and it's just a matter of time before before he gets himself in hot water. And like a moth to a flame he is attracted to one specific man who seems rather untrustworthy. The film shows us what follows on, from giving into perilous temptations.

I would have liked for the story to be a bit tighter at the end, as it loses its initial pace a bit. But overall it's worth watching this film.


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Country:

Germany

Language:

English | German | Greek | Spanish

Release Date:

19 September 2013 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Perdre la tête See more »

Filming Locations:

Berlin, Germany

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Budget:

EUR300,000 (estimated)
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Color:

Color (HD)

Aspect Ratio:

2.21 : 1
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