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GERMANY | 118 minutes | 2019
Blond, angelic-looking Benni with her piercing blue eyes is just nine but has already exhausted every social service and children’s aid resource. One minute she’s sulking, the next she explodes into a terrifying rage. Yet all Benni really wants is love from a mother who keeps abandoning her. Shot with a handheld, almost jerky camera and lit with a rosy hue, Nora Fingscheidt’s latest is striking in its look and subject matter. Child actor Helena Zengel’s performance is absolutely astonishing.NORTH AMERICAN PREMIEREQ&A with Nora Fingscheidt on October 13th and 14thWith the support ofGerman Films."The film’s best takeaway is the exceptional, no-holds-barred performance of Zengel (“Dark Blue Girl”), who throws herself into the anarchic role with impressive abandon." Variety"(Nora Fingscheidt) proves herself as a fierce directorial force to be reckoned with." The Upcoming
Silver Bear Alfred Bauer Prize - Berlin Film Festival
Audience Award - Transilvania Film Festival
Best Actor - Santiago Film Festival
Germany's entry to the Academy Award for best international feature film
Ermanno lives a simple, uneventful life in Italy. When Lena, a seven-months-pregnant Polish teenager, shows up to sell her baby, the young man has to...
ITALY, POLAND | 100 minutes | 2019
Eva, a 30-something woman between jobs, decides to stay in Madrid in August as everyone else flees the heat. She sublets an apartment, then experiences the...
SPAIN | 129 minutes | 2019
In a small town in the Icelandic hinterland, ex-police chief Ingimundur, struggling to recover from his wife’s death two years earlier, begins to suspect...
ICELAND, DENMARK, SWEDEN | 109 minutes | 2019
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