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Anneke Kim Sarnau
Ben and Barnabas are unseparatable since they are small. The two of them, however, are no ordinary pair of brothers, for Barnabas, with his twenty-two years, remained mentally at the age of three. This also gave him the nickname "Simpel". But even if Simpel is a terrible nuisance, Ben can never imagine a life without his brother. But then the fate unexpectedly kills cruelly when her mother suddenly dies. Afterwards, Simpel is to be sent to a home, but the brothers do not allow that. Together, they flee and spend one night outdoors. Then Ben's dawn: To help Simpel, they have to meet the one person they have not seen for 15 years - their father...
This is the one of those movies which remains undiscovered to larger audiences, from unknown reasons.
David Kross gave us the role which deserve Oscar without any doubt, a seismic depiction of one form of the existence of a human soul.
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