Farland

Farland

Farland

  The story of Axel (Richy Müller) and Karla (Lara Tonke): Two people meet for the first time in the hospital room. Axel visits his son, is like the sister of Karla in a coma in intensive care. Joint moments of the days of waiting and hoping an emergency community with sparse dialogue, the attempt to tackle the extremely difficult situation in any way. But for the two shows also the necessity to deal with the past life and its difficulties (again confront) to, let buried, repressed emotions come to light that will simultaneously show how screwed up human existence has become, and even then felt is. Not even trying does find in the other a little emotional support to little …

home loss, departure, father figure, relationship failure, and uprooted life: Michael Klier (Heidi M.) has much in his new reingepackt film and its protagonists to act in the spirit of the oppressive atmosphere that this film exudes perpetually. Why someone is able to create with Almodovar in Talk to Her very similar theme, a cheerful and sympathetic film, while the German version comes along with meaning and so Sad? Sure, we know (intension understood!) That we are talking about something else: for Farland wants a piece of his young German presence, wants to observe a section of precision – but between the East German border regions, oppressive family homes, the world of shopping malls and highway exits happened except an extended autumn mood simply not enough to make the dramatic scenes of a rather perplexed and distant back because they lack accessibility.

Is particularly retarded the dramaturgical structure of the film who works extremely trying – Axel and Karla meet constantly “by chance” on the street, the hotel or anywhere else, so the director probably wanted to express a particular truth (which seems to have driven around it), but which, unfortunately, exactly reversed, because it Klier with the degree of randomness just exaggerating. Interacting individuals who run meet as often out of nowhere, often fragile, sometimes contrived with each other, otherwise in a melancholy background music through a border to empty shops with no future: it remains difficult as a spectator to approach this film is problematic, identify with these sad people – perhaps because they perceived such a presence in Germany and this “world of the confused heart” know what to do. But maybe also because we have as viewers simply have no desire to come to terms with it.

Title: Farland Country of production: Germany Year of production: 2004 Length: 90 (Min) of material: (# ) X-Hire

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