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Watch Berlin Syndrome Free Trailer - HD Download 2018


Release Year: 2017

Rating: 6.5/10 ( voted)

Critic's Score: /100

Director: Cate Shortland

Stars: Teresa Palmer, Max Riemelt, Lucie Aron

Storyline
While holidaying in Berlin, Australian photojournalist, Clare meets Andi, a charismatic local man and there is an instant attraction between them. A night of passion ensues. But what initially appears to be the start of a romance suddenly takes an unexpected and sinister turn when Clare wakes the following morning to discover Andi has left for work and locked her in his apartment. An easy mistake to make, of course, except Andi has no intention of letting her go again. Ever.

Writers: Shaun Grant, Melanie Joosten, Teresa Palmer, Max Riemelt, Lucie Aron, Teresa Palmer, Max Riemelt, Lucie Aron, Cem Tuncay, Matthias Habich, Maia Absberg, Emma Bading, Kristina Kostiv, Charly Thorn, Vitus Wieser, Morgane Ferru, Malin Steffen, Thuso Lekwape, Lara Marie Müller, Nassim Avat, , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Cast:
Teresa Palmer - Clare
Max Riemelt - Andi
Lucie Aron - Elodie Zadikan
Cem Tuncay - Passenger
Matthias Habich - Erich
Maia Absberg - Bar Member
Emma Bading - Franka Hummels
Kristina Kostiv - Russian Girl
Charly Thorn - Young Woman
Vitus Wieser - Policeman
Morgane Ferru - Young Tourist
Malin Steffen - Swedish Girl
Thuso Lekwape - Billy Dharma
Lara Marie Müller - Silke
Nassim Avat - Aron Hurwitz



Details

Official Website: Official Facebook [UK] | Official site [UK]

Country: Australia

Language: English, German, Russian

Release Date: 3 Jan 2017

Filming Locations: Berlin, Germany

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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Filming began in Berlin, Germany, and eventually moved to Melbourne, Australia, where Teresa Palmer finished her scenes. Immediately after, she began filming on Hacksaw Ridge (2016) in Sydney, Australia. See more »



User Review

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Rating: 7/10

It looks every bit like the clichéd woman-held-captive movie, but there's nothing clichéd about it that I could see. I don't know how you make a fresh movie using an old plot line, but they did it. The characters were a bit flat, but they surprised me at almost every turn, and I loved that there were only two scenes where I face- palmed with frustration (I normally end up doing that a whole lot watching this kind of movie). Can't really give examples of what I mean so as to keep this spoiler-free, which is a bummer, but take my word for it if you will and give it a shot.

Oh and be warned: There's quite a bit of German dialogue.

Edit: The filmmakers should have done their linguistic research better. Andi forgets the word "contemplate" in English twice, and says "complicate" (the first time) and "compensate" (the second time) instead. Apart from the fact that it's a fairly unlikely mistake for an English teacher to make, it's pretty much impossible for a native speaker of German. You see, "complicate" and "compensate" both have cognates in German, "(ver)komplizieren" and "kompensieren" respectively. They're not even false cognates like the German "lernen" and English "learn", where "lernen" also corresponds to "study", leading non-fluent German speakers to say stuff like "I have learned at Cambridge for two years". So even if Andi could forget how to say "contemplate" in English, he wouldn't have confused it with words that are almost identical in German.

There you have it. Phew. Glad we could sort this out.




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