Jule, a young woman, decides to make a trip with her old Mercedes Hymer 303 motor-home from Berlin to Portugal to tell her boyfriend in person that she's pregnant. She is accompanied by the young hitchhiker Jan, and on this leisurely trip, they have a lot of time to watch together beautiful sunsets and beaches and to talk about - among others - relationships, pheromones, capitalism and Cro-Magnons - meanwhile slowly falling for each other.Written by
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A Budding Relationship With Great Subtle Tension
A German road trip movie that develops the tension between two characters during a journey from Berlin to Spain. The dialog is exploratory, with a wide range of topics touched-on, including religion, politics, philosophy, relationships and the development of human survival in history and modern times.
The characters depicted in the movie both explore each others view point without demanding acceptance of their own beliefs. Over time they reconcile each others differences and come to a common understanding.
This is a gentle film with no particular surprises. The acting is good and the characters become likeable for their openess and understanding on the many issues facing them.
Great cinematography with spectacular scenery and locations. Overall A good well made and enjoyable movie.
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