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Katrin Sass - Shots of a host of stars as they arrive for the annual German Goldene Kamera Awards 2015 which were held at Messehallen in Hamburg, Germany - Saturday 28th February 2015

Katrin Sass
Katrin Sass
Katrin Sass

Give Me Your Hand [Donne-moi La Main] Review


Very Good
With its meandering, unfocussed narrative, this sometimes feels more like beautiful moving wallpaper than an actual film. But even without much plot, it's a fascinating exploration of identity.

Twins Antoine and Quentin (Alexandre and Victor Carril) are so identical that they can hardly tell each other apart. But they discover some key differences while hitchhiking from France to Spain for the funeral of their estranged mother. Antoine is more adventurous than Quentin, who retreats into himself and his sketchbook. While Antoine picks up a girl (Demoustier) who joins them for awhile, Quentin falls for a colleague (Harraq) when they take a job at a farm.

And when Antoine sees them getting close, he freaks out.

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Kathrin Sass - Kathrin Sass, Volker Ranisch Berlin, Germany - VW People's Night at Akademie der Kuenste at Pariser Platz square Friday 8th February 2008

Katrin Sass and Volker Ranisch

Katrin Sass and Wolfgang Stumph - Katrin Sass and Wolfgang Stumph Photocall held at Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg, Germany - "Heimweh Nach Drueben" Thursday 23rd August 2007

Katrin Sass and Wolfgang Stumph
Katrin Sass and Wolfgang Stumph
Katrin Sass and Wolfgang Stumph
Katrin Sass and Wolfgang Stumph
Katrin Sass and Wolfgang Stumph
Katrin Sass and Wolfgang Stumph

Good Bye, Lenin! Review


OK
Good bye, Lenin!, directed by Wolfgang Becker, is a sappy nostalgic comedy about lying to the people you love in order to keep them alive.

The film is about a young man named Alex (Daniel Brühl) who tries to keep his convalescent mother (Katrin Sass) - who has recently awakened from a coma which she fell into right before the fall of Communism -- fooled into believing that the Berlin Wall is still up and Communism is alive and well.

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Katrin Sass Movies

Give Me Your Hand [Donne-moi la Main] Movie Review

Give Me Your Hand [Donne-moi la Main] Movie Review

With its meandering, unfocussed narrative, this sometimes feels more like beautiful moving wallpaper than an...

Good bye, Lenin! Movie Review

Good bye, Lenin! Movie Review

Good bye, Lenin!, directed by Wolfgang Becker, is a sappy nostalgic comedy about lying to...

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