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A man who accused a catholic bishop of abusing him when he was a child dies in the Austrian city Salzburg. Everyone except his widow and the eccentrical detective Simon Brenner keeps silent and believes that the man killed himself.
No I'm not talking about the viewer and what he or she may think while watching the movie. I actually thought this was pretty good. If you read the basic outline to this, you know what I'm actually talking about. If not, let the movie give you the answer.
A movie that has two powerhouse performances, two characters who seem diametrical different, but still seem to have one thing in common. Even if they can't see it. Since this is a drama there will be a lot of scenes that will make you feel uncomfortable. The movie while also quite funny at times, has a serious issue at its core. So walking that line is not an easy task. But the movie succeeds in doing exactly that.
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