Charting the rise and fall of three corrupt real estate agents who accumulate absurd wealth in no time but fall into a vortex of fraud, greed and drugs.

Director:

Cüneyt Kaya

Writers:

Cüneyt Kaya (idea), Cüneyt Kaya | 1 more credit »

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Credited cast:
David Kross ... Viktor Steiner
Emily Goss ... Nicole (voice)
Frederick Lau ... Gerry Falkland
Susan Angelo ... Viktoria (voice)
David Haack ... Viktor (voice)
Pierre Kiwitt ... Jakob Dören
Enrico Lo Verso ... Finanzminister Malta De Luca
Janina Uhse ... Nicole Kleber
Gia Bay ... Chantal (voice)
Uwe Preuss ... Manfred Bauer
Sophia Thomalla ... Chantal
Detlev Buck ... Bankchef
Jerry Kwarteng ... Gefängniswärter Topcu
Dejan Bucin ... Herr Thiel
Hannes Wegener ... Bankangestellter Rissmann
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Charting the rise and fall of three corrupt real estate agents who accumulate absurd wealth in no time but fall into a vortex of fraud, greed and drugs.

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Comedy | Drama

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Painful visit to the banker

The film is typically German and that in the most negative sense imaginable. The dialogues seem to be copy-pasted from the most uncreative, blandest German evening series. The story itself seems interesting, but is completely overshadowed by the bad script, where nothing fits together. The camera work falls far short of its possibilities and seems outdated, even though the film is supposed to be from 2020. Especially the contourless leading actor, who seems more like the quiet banker from the town bank counter shortly after his apprenticeship, is supposed to play a cunning, charismatic financial swindler. It seems as if Woody Allen should embody the Terminator. The rest of the characters are just as much based on German TV stereotypes that it hurts. Even the fact that of all people the only two justice officials who get beyond a mere extra role have a clear migration background feels like well-intentioned, badly implemented and therefore grandiosely failed, which can also be used as an overall verdict on the movie.

If you are thinking about watching this film: Don't do it. Watch Wolf of Wall Street for the 20th time. The quality of this film has nothing to do with recent German successes such as Dark or Babylon Berlin; A very bad relapse into the dark television times of 10 years ago.


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Country:

Germany

Language:

German | English

Release Date:

17 April 2020 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Concrete Gold See more »

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UFA Fiction See more »
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Color

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2:1
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