This is Maren Ade’s second film, which cemented her reputation as one of the biggest directors in new German film. It tells the story of a young couple as they live through alienation, growing close again, crises and collapses during their vacation in Sardinia. Ade observes her characters under a microscope, but with a natural tenderness, capturing the invisible, and making it visible: the differences in the characters’ relationships with each other and the outside world that are difficult to define, and constantly slip out of reach. “Everyone Else” is unquestionably one of the most honest and substantive love stories to appear in cinemas this century.
The film received the Grand Prix at the Berlin Film Festival, as well as Best Actress (for Birgit Minichmayr).
he film will be shown from the 35mm original.
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