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Zuhause (2014)

Nine-to-fiver Lars gets his favorite tie stolen by an obscure old man. As he follows the man, Lars discovers different ways of living.

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Oscar Bloch ...
Theo
Johanna Franke ...
Zutsche
Arne Fuhrmann ...
Der Alte
Emanuel Jessel ...
Tino
Ulrich K. Müller ...
Chauffeur
David Schirmer ...
Lars
Tom Schulze-Wollgast ...
Fahrradkurier
Julia Stahlfast ...
Tine
Anna Striesow ...
Laura
Torsten Wichner ...
Boss / driver
Tristan Winkler ...
Boss / policeman (voice)
Heinz Wittmer ...
Borke
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Nine-to-fiver Lars gets his favorite tie stolen by an obscure old man. As he follows the man, Lars discovers different ways of living.

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7 December 2014 (Germany)  »

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A lovely little story with some room for improvement.
15 December 2014 | by See all my reviews

"Zuhause" is a short no-budget movie with beautiful images of the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern countryside. The more or less confused clerk Lars gets his favorite tie stolen by an old stranger and now he is looking for it everywhere. While Lars is searching through lovely chosen settings he meets a half dozen of interesting people. Despite of this odd relationship between these people and him, the film creates a kind of familiar feeling to me. The plot is also perfectly supported by a friendly soundtrack. Unfortunately, I think the movie cannot comprehend his full meaning that it wants to. Maybe it doesn't want to comprehend anything or simply I didn't get it and have to watch it again but in my opinion, there is something missing that I can't grasp right now, just like the end. Finally, "Zuhause" is a lovely little story with some room for improvement.


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