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Marcus H. Rosenmüller
"Alles inklusive" (The whole shebang) is the story of an encounter of some very diverse people, whose lives are intertwined by a fateful incident a long time ago. A melancholic comedy about mothers and daughters, about love's ups and downs and the shortcomings of alternative and middle-class life concepts. It's about the absurdity of modern traveling and our everlasting longing for the south. Can you book happiness just like a holiday - all inclusive?Written by
Ulf Kjell Gür
This one starts off as if it will be Dörrie with her feet off the pedals - naked hippies, unlovable dog, doofus couples having trouble getting together, recuperating mum Hannelore Elsner on a Spanish holiday she doesn't want and daughter Nadja Uhl can't afford to bank roll.
However the elements that will make it agreeable and unexpected are already in place and Dörrie uses her two hours to line them up for another of the superior, quirky comedies of the unexpected she keeps on making. Nicely made and beautifully played. Elsner & Uhl were in Dörrie's KIRSHENBLUTEN - HANAMI
How come Pedro Almodovar is famous and Doris Dörrie is known only to determined fosickers among the Teutonic festivals? I've been on her case since 1985 and I've still seen less that half her thirty five movies.
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