A consistently formal and consequent drama about guilt and atonement, the big city and the "provinces," attitudes to life that find their way to each other only with difficulty. There is a small-time hoodlum from the red-light district who sees a bank robbery as the last chance for independence for himself and the love of his life. There is a policeman who, because of this robbery, has suddenly become a "perpetrator" himself. And there is the wife of this policeman, who unknowingly enters a terrain where it no longer seems clear: Is she a means to the end of revenge, or does a surprising catharsis take place over her?
"One would wish for several films like this in this country every year: Narratives that put their characters back in motion instead of letting them suffer resignedly and full of resentment. Exactly: cinema that moves. Hopefully with quite an audience." CLAUS PHILIPP
Johannes Krisch, Irina Potapenko, Ursula Strauss, Hannes Thanheiser, Andreas Lust, Hanno Pöschl, Linde Prelog, Peter Josch and many more
Mathias Forberg, Heinz Stussak, Götz Spielmann, Sandra Bohle
PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT: Stephanie Wagner