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Movie Review – Never Look Away (2018)

Never Look Away, 2018.

Written and Directed by Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck.

Starring Tom Schilling, Sebastian Koch, Paula Beer, Saskia Rosendahl, Oliver Masucci, Lars Eidinger, Florian Bartholomäi, Hanno Koffler, Rainer Bock, Ulrike C. Tscharre, Pit Bukowski, Ben Becker, Ina Weisse, Evgeniy Sidikhin, Johanna Gastdorf, Johannes Allmayer, Jörg Schüttauf, Stefan Mehren, Mark Zak, Bastian Trost, Hans-Uwe Bauer, Jeanette Hain, Hinnerk Schönemann, Martin Bruchman, David Schütter, Andreas Nickl, Cai Cohrs, Franz Pätzold, and Jonas Dassler.

Synopsis:

German artist Kurt Barnert has escaped East Germany and now lives in West Germany, but is tormented by his childhood under the Nazis and the Gdr-regime.

Despite the title Never Look Away, the 3+ hour running time of this sprawling and ambitious semi-biographical story of famed German artist Gerhard Richter (renamed here Kurt Barnert) might send inpatient viewers running for the hills. That sentiment even applies for moviegoers that might have a slight passing interest in the general synopsis.
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Vincent Wants To Sea – The Review

Ah, the call of the open road! The old wanderlust has grabbed many movie characters from Harry and Tonto to the Grisswalds. Some of them hit the road to also fulfill a mission like Jake and Ellwood Blues. And a few are trying to get away from an institution or facility like McMurphy and his guys or Michael Keaton’s Dream Team. The trio in Ralf Huettner’s new film Vincent Wants To Sea encompasses all those groups. This quirky road picture is German-made and is about a European excursion. And like many of these other films, it’s not about the destination-it’s about the journey.

We first meet Vincent ( Florian David Fitz ) attending the funeral of his much beloved Mother. After several unfortunate verbal outbursts, he races out of the memorial service-he has Tourette’s syndrome. Later Vincent’s estranged father, an ambitious politico ( Heino Ferch ), checks him
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Vincent Wants To Sea movie poster

New poster from Vincent Wants to Sea a.k.a. Vincent will Meer, starring Florian David Fitz and Karoline Herfurth. This is the second poster from the Dalf Huettner drama which also stars Heino Ferch, Katharina Müller-Elmau, JOhannes Allmayer, Karin Thaler, Tim Seyfi and Christoph Zrenner. Vincent Wants to Sea follows a young man suffering from Tourette's syndrome who leaves a mental institution accompanied with two other inhabitants, aiming to travel to Italy and fulfill his mother's last wish.
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Vincent Wants To Sea movie poster

New poster from Vincent Wants to Sea a.k.a. Vincent will Meer, starring Florian David Fitz and Karoline Herfurth. This is the second poster from the Dalf Huettner drama which also stars Heino Ferch, Katharina Müller-Elmau, JOhannes Allmayer, Karin Thaler, Tim Seyfi and Christoph Zrenner. Vincent Wants to Sea follows a young man suffering from Tourette's syndrome who leaves a mental institution accompanied with two other inhabitants, aiming to travel to Italy and fulfill his mother's last wish.
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Vincent Wants To Sea movie poster

New poster from Vincent Wants to Sea a.k.a. Vincent will Meer, starring Florian David Fitz and Karoline Herfurth. This is the second poster from the Dalf Huettner drama which also stars Heino Ferch, Katharina Müller-Elmau, JOhannes Allmayer, Karin Thaler, Tim Seyfi and Christoph Zrenner. Vincent Wants to Sea follows a young man suffering from Tourette's syndrome who leaves a mental institution accompanied with two other inhabitants, aiming to travel to Italy and fulfill his mother's last wish.
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Vincent Wants To Sea Movie Review

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Vincent Wants To Sea Movie Review
Title: Vincent Wants To Sea Directed By: Ralf Huettner Written By: Florian David Fitz Cast: Florian David Fitz, Karoline Herfurth, Heino Ferch, Katherina Müller-Elmau, Johannes Allmayer Screened at: Broadway, NYC, 6/8/11 Opens: June 24, 2011 Al Capp, the creator of the comic strip “L’il Abner,” was extremely conservative politically. During the Vietnam War protests, when students took over Columbia University, smoking the dean’s cigars and sitting on the ledge outside his window, Capp sniffed: “The inmates are running the asylum.” Generally, that’s not a good idea, many of us would agree, but sometimes the residents of a institution for emotional problems can do more for one another than the staff....
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