Alle reden übers Wetter

A film by Annika Pinske. Starts September 15th at the fsk. In German.

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Clara is 39 and is taking a PhD in phi­lo­so­phy. She lives in a Kreuzberg flat share while her teena­ge daugh­ter lives with her ex. Clara is having a secret rela­ti­ons­hip with one of her stu­dents. Her the­sis super­vi­sor, the strong and inde­pen­dent Margot, pro­vi­des her with pro­fes­sio­nal encou­ra­ge­ment. When Clara visits her home in pro­vin­cial Mecklenburg-Vorpommern for her mother’s bir­th­day, she finds herself struggling with the pri­de and expec­ta­ti­ons but also with the rejec­tion of her fami­ly and for­mer com­pa­n­ions. She begins to rea­li­se just how far she has moved away from her roots in her search for a self-deter­mi­ned life. But perhaps she had to move away. Because one’s per­cep­ti­on of home can chan­ge.
Annika Pinske’s quiet dra­ma is a stu­dy in fami­lia­ri­ty and distance, liber­ty and com­pul­si­on, the coun­try­si­de and the city. Sensitive, nuan­ced per­for­man­ces from an out­stan­ding cast with an assu­red com­mand of the local dialects allow the audi­ence to expe­ri­ence the atmo­s­phe­res of both Berlin’s uni­ver­si­ty milieu and the rural fami­ly get-together.

Credits:

DE 2022, 89 Min.
Regie & Buch: Annika Pinske
Kamera: Ben Bernhard
Schnitt: Laura Lauzemis
mit Anne Schäfer, Anne-Kathrin Gummich, Judith Hofmann, Marcel Kohler, Max Riemelt, Emma Frieda Brüggler, Thomas Bading, Christine Schorn, Sandra Hüller, Alireza Bayram

Trailer:
Alle reden übers Wetter (offi­zi­el­ler Trailer)
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