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Stille Reserven (2016)

Vincent an insurance salesman of a corrupt corporation that bleeds every last dime from deceased debtors begins to rethink his stance on humanity after he meets someone who goes against the very system he has lived by for many years.

Director:

Valentin Hitz

Writer:

Valentin Hitz
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Cast

Credited cast:
Clemens Schick ... Vincent Baumann
Lena Lauzemis ... Lisa
Daniel Olbrychski ... Wladimir Sokulov
Marion Mitterhammer Marion Mitterhammer ... Diana Dorn
Martin Reik Martin Reik ... Novack
Marcus Signer ... Gerhard Frei
Jaschka Lämmert Jaschka Lämmert ... Maria Dietrich
Simon Schwarz ... Johannes Dietrich
Stipe Erceg ... Philip Kessler
Dagmar Koller ... Eleny Hoffmansthal
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Markus Allram Markus Allram ... Zuberer
Ilhami Arslan Ilhami Arslan ... Gemüsehändler
Sasa Barbul Sasa Barbul ... Angehöriger
Stefan Bernhard Stefan Bernhard ... Aktivist
Bernhard Brenner Bernhard Brenner ... Reisinger
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Vincent an insurance salesman of a corrupt corporation that bleeds every last dime from deceased debtors begins to rethink his stance on humanity after he meets someone who goes against the very system he has lived by for many years.

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Sci-Fi

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Country:

Austria | Germany | Switzerland

Language:

German | Russian

Release Date:

4 December 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Hidden Reserves See more »

Filming Locations:

Wien, Austria See more »

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Science Fiction without what it's all about
22 October 2016 | by qeterSee all my reviews

Seen at the Viennale 2016: It is always creepy to watch a SciFi or something similar made in Middle Europe. These countries are based on a conservative history and culture. And I guess, if filmmakers in these countries try SciFi, they do very often have no progressive clue about a possible future and quickly loose their interests to develop characters acting along plots that dig deeper into human longings and their hopes and fears apart from the usual (love, money, power, morality mixed together into endless cascades of possibilities to stay in the movie business). Movies projecting our world of today into one of our possible futures need ideas that go beyond the fantasy of a bored mind of a saturated script writer. In Stille Reserven only one fragment of our contemporary live is projected into the unknown future (to be allowed to die). Everything else remains as it is today. And to look at so few content (not) supported by low key acting for one-and-a-half hours is quite boring. Not a single interesting thought and it was quite annoying to have to sit this one trough. Nobody will feel anything regarding the fate of the characters in this movie. Maybe it's only bad luck, but there are so many US SciFi-movies out there that are dealing these topics so much deeper and better.


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