With the intention to break free from the strict familial restrictions, a suicidal young woman sets up a marriage of convenience with a forty-year-old addict, an act that will lead to an outburst of envious love.
Sebastian Schipper: when Victoria is leaving the club to get her bike, Schipper walks in the background of the shot. Laia Costa recognized him and gave him a little look before she is looking back at her bike again. He surprised everyone and walked to his car to get his chewing gums. See more »
When Sonne comes back in Victoria's coffee shop and Fuß sits down because he has to throw up, you can see a head coming from behind the wall in the background. Probably from a crew member. See more »
If you want to come inside and... for a coffee... or whatever
The problem is, the problem is really, i don't drink coffee, you know? I'm just drinking cacao! you know cacao? you know like you have to... You know what I mean? I'm a cacao guy
You're a cacao guy?
Yeah i'm a cacao guy
I have cacao inside
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Incredible one-take performance, particularly by the main actress. Great suspense, very touching drama. Wonderful immersion into the nightlife of a wild Berlin. Few days after watching, changed rating from 7 to 8 as the film still had its grip on me, very moving indeed.
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