Emotionally broken and in the middle of a profound spiritual crisis, an orderly and composed housewife will embark on a platonic relationship with a psychologist seeking help. However, he too is a mere mortal.
A story that spans a hundred years in Germany. It is a domestic epic about three generations of lakeside landlords, dealing with war and destruction, old power and new wealth, and the so-called »Years of Plenty«.
Two young teachers, Malte and Liv, are spending their summer holiday on the Mediterranean coast, when they are suddenly attacked by three young men and Liv is assaulted. Two years later, ... See full summary »
Rome, 1984, Aria is nine-year-old girl. On the verge of divorce, Aria's infantile and selfish parents are too preoccupied with their careers and extra-marital affairs to properly tend to ... See full summary »
A mother discovers her son's body in a lake near her housing estate. The investigation for Chief Commissioner Mohn is difficult because she herself grew up in this settlement and because of her job, Mohn is suspicious.
Fluffy is the nickname of Kevin, a 12 years old kid who already weighs 100 kilos (220.46 lb). If he keeps devouring fries, pastries and ice cream everyday, he's gonna have a heart attack ... See full summary »
Corinna Kleist is a juvenile court judge who, after a leave of absence following the suicide of a convicted teenager, is appointed to a 'problem area' in Berlin. She now tries harder than ... See full summary »
Sascha Alexander Gersak
Luisa Jobst is a grade-school teacher in Bavaria. She's as idealistic as she is fair - much to the displeasure of a father who's hoping she'll give his son better grades. One day, a nude ... See full summary »
Johann von Bülow,
Ulrike C. Tscharre
Having lost her faith in God, Helene is gradually drowning into a world of severe desperation, mundane repetitiveness and absolute emotional numbness, elaborately concealed beneath an orderly and conventional, almost conservative, facade. Eventually, Helene profoundly shaken by her spiritual crisis, she will choose to resign from life and during those relentlessly unbearable sleepless nights, she will use her insomnia to attend her indifferent, self-absorbed, faithless husband, preparing his breakfast and packed lunch. Nevertheless, while in despair and in search of help, Helene will gather up her remaining courage and decide to lie in order to travel to Hamburg and meet with the esteemed psychologist and writer Eduard Gluck, the soothing and reassuring voice she heard on the radio. Could he be her saviour, or has he, a mere mortal, too lost his faith? As their clumsy and platonic relationship timidly unfolds, Helene will hesitantly engage in an uneasy inquiry into the correlation of ...Written by