At an elite private boarding school, four students form a clique to sneak out of school after hours, to meet, drink and play. Trying to escape the golden cage, which their wealthy parents ... See full summary »
In a project with the concept of open-prison, Benjamin is given the unique chance of a new beginning. As one of seven juvenile offenders he should adopt social skills and experience ... See full summary »
Marc Ben Puch
A woman finds out that his boyfriend has been living a secret double life. She finds a bag of money and decides to make a run for it. She is accompanied by a little girl named Anna running ... See full summary »
Delfina lives in New York, but goes to a coastal city in the province of Buenos Aires to visit the tomb of a woman who was identical to her. From this, she begins to recall memories from the past and reflect about it.
Anja Altmann disappears after a birthday party. When the police ring husband Thomas' doorbell, family attorney and friend Lavinia Bertok manage to dispel any suspicions. But soon Thomas is ... See full summary »
Thomas and Kai are neo-Nazis and live in a shared flat. One day a black woman leaves her and Thomas' 6-year-old daughter Lara with them. Living with the "black girl" challenges the beliefs of the fresh father.
Nomie Laine Tucker
Herbert lived well from his giant body for years, as a boxer since the GDR, nicknamed 'Pride of Leipzig', and now as bouncer and debt collector, while training promising boxers, especially gentle Eddy, who got a shot at the title in a much lower weight class. After ignoring symptoms for months, collapsing Herbert is diagnosed with the incurable muscular disease ALS, and is bluntly dropped from all his jobs and the gym. Seeking to set straight what went wrong is his life, he mends as good as he can with his daughter -neglected since age six- and deals with girl friend Marlene. Herbert is lucky with great home assistant Steffen, even gets to cheer protege Eddy to his title as last sportive achievement.Written by
Do you sometimes wonder what individuals would risk their own body to just collect money for someone else? Maybe that's the only thing they know how to do. The only thing they know they are good at. But in this case, the character who is front and center stage has to reflect on what he has been doing. And the things he missed on doing.
When a life event that is rather big hits him, things fall apart. Then again, maybe this is finally a way for him to see things clearer. Is it too late though? Can he find inner peace? Or outer peace for that matter? It is not so much about where he is heading (inevitable) but the journey there. And how he handles himself being robbed of the one thing he thought made him stand apart ...
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