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What's Left of My Life (2016)

Die Reste meines Lebens (original title)
"Everything in life happens for a reason." After the death of his pregnant wife, Schimon clings to this sentence. When he meets Milena just two weeks later and falls head over heels in love with her, he thinks he's found the reason.

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Jens Wischnewski
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2 wins & 1 nomination. See more awards »

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Credited cast:
Ben Bickele Ben Bickele ... Young Schimon
Karoline Bär Karoline Bär ... Jella May
Daniel Arthur Fischer ... Young Anton
Christian Grashof Christian Grashof ... Max May
Luise Heyer ... Milena Nelko
Ulrike Kriener Ulrike Kriener ... Sarah May
Daniel Kudwien Daniel Kudwien ... Office Employee
Christoph Letkowski ... Schimon May
Daniel Nicol Daniel Nicol ... Danny
Murali Perumal ... Sebastian Fohlmann Sanitäter
Irene Rindje Irene Rindje ... Lina Buckmayr
Fritz Roth Fritz Roth ... Alfred Buckmayr
Hartmut Volle Hartmut Volle ... Anton May
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Storyline

Schimon is a lucky guy. He has found the love of his life, and made his passion for the world of sound into a career. He is convinced that fate is on his side. "Everything happens the way it should," is what his grandfather prophesized for him. But then everything falls apart. A string of catastrophic misfortune leads to the death of his pregnant wife. Despite his grief, Schimon trusts that life will make it up to him somehow. Instead of giving up, he fights. And he falls in love. Head over heels. Was his grandfather right after all? Was everything really meant to happen this way? Just weeks after the death of his wife, he's convinced of his new love. But then what's left of his life catches up with him.

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Comedy | Drama

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Most of the instruments and music equipments in Schimon's room are actually Jens Wischnewski's (writer and director). See more »

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German | English

Release Date:

25 May 2017 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Et vivre encore See more »

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