Alle anderen = Everyone else / Komplizen Film zeigt ; eine koproduktion mit SWR, WDR und ARTE ; einem film von Maren Ade ; produzenten, Janine Jackowski, Dirk Engelhardt, Maren Ade ; drehbuch und regie, Maren Ade.
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Originally produced as a German motion picture in 2009.
Special features: Featurettes: A summer without Gitti (10 min.); Deleted scenes (6 min.); Outtakes (8 min.); Interviews (14 min.); Trailer (2 min.); Also from Cinema Guild [previews] (15 min.); Insert includes the essay "Everyone else" by Mark Peranson.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
"Bang, bang!" -- Poolside -- "Do you hate me sometimes?" -- Disco -- "Don't be so arrogant." -- Supermarket -- Hans and Sana -- Hiking -- Normal -- Lunch date -- Dinner guests -- Flew the coop -- "Can you talk to me?" -- Gitti -- End credits.
|Creation/Production Credits Note:||
Kamera [photography], Bernhard Keller ; szenenbild [production design] Silke Fischer ; kostüm, Gitti Fuchs ; schnitt [editor], Heike Parplies.
|Participant or Performer Note:||
Birgit Minichmayr (Gitti), Lars Eidinger (Chris), Hans-Jochen Wagner (Hans), Nicole Marischka (Sana).
Chris and Gitti are a mismatched young German couple involved in a tense, dynamic relationship. He's a tall, pasty, good-looking, charming but distant guy with a weak chin and a worried expression; she's small and robust, a blunt, childlike, free-spirited, boisterous bundle of nervous energy. They are a couple struggling for definition against bourgeois norms, and the film examines their relationship in the petri dish of a vacation at his parents' haute-bourgeois, kitsch-stuffed Sardinian villa. Alternately loving and bickering with each other--and apparently thinking this makes them unique--their relationship is cemented with invented private riffs on a shared sense of humor. An encounter with a former schoolmate of Chris's and his wife prompts changes that may be good, or may spell out the warning in the writing on the wall.
|Target Audience Note:||
MPAA Rating: Not rated.
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DVD; 2.0 Dolby digital stereo.
German dialogue with optional English subtitles.
Winner, 2009 Berlin International Film Festival Awards: Femina Film Prize--Silke Fischer; Silver Bear, Best Actress--Birgit Minichmayr; Jury Grand Prix--Maren Ade.
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