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Watch Ich war zuhause, aber

(607) 5.6 105 min 2019

Ich war zuhause, aber is a movie starring Thorbjörn Björnsson, Esther Buss, and Martin Clausen. After a 13-year-old student disappears without a trace for a week and suddenly reappears, his mother and teachers are confronted with...

Starring
Lucas Confurius, Esther Buss, Thorbjörn Björnsson, Martin Clausen
Genres
Drama
Director
Angela Schanelec

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Angela Schanelec
Writer Angela Schanelec
Stars Lucas Confurius, Esther Buss, Thorbjörn Björnsson, Martin Clausen
Country Germany, Serbia
Also Known As Ich War Zuhause, Aber, I Was at Home, But, Ήμουν και δεν ήμουν στο σπίτι, Byłam w domu, ale...
Runtime 1H 45M
Description After a 13-year-old student disappears without a trace for a week and suddenly reappears, his mother and teachers are confronted with existential questions that change their whole view of life.

Top reviews

Thursday, 04 Jun 2020 07:12

I've never been a fan of Martin Scorsese's films, but after this film, I'm a fan of him. After many years, I finally saw "Raging Bull". I am more convinced of his genius and creativity, than ever. This is a cinematic masterpiece that I never saw before. This film is more than a movie, but a great work of art. I am not really convinced of the concept of a director's film, because I think it's almost impossible to do it in a "new" way. However, this is not a new concept, it's a unique one, and this is what makes this film different, unique, and more special than others. You cannot only see a brilliant director doing a great movie, you also have to see a great storyteller, and a great director doing a great story. I am really happy that this film was made, I'm so glad that the concept was explored, and this is a great example of how great a director is, especially after his great films like "Goodfellas" or "Titanic". I also love how the film started, with a slow intro, and that the film took almost two hours to get to the actual story, but I thought it was really good. I also love how the director made the film with "low budget" (and I know I'm not supposed to compare the movies, but this is the biggest difference I can think of), and how it was a movie that came from the filmmaker's heart, and not from a producer's, but the director's. I like how the film felt like a true and "real" documentary. This is a great film, and I have never seen anything that touches my heart as this one. 10/10
Tuesday, 19 May 2020 02:37

The last scene, though perhaps only an afterthought, says everything that's been said about the film and the cinematography since it began. That simple image, between two friends, is a testament to how the many years of mourning will have made one be forever transformed. It is simply incredible, and anyone who will feel their heart ripped from their chest by this film will understand. When you feel that loss, you can't look away, and you don't even want to. You are filled with it, and then you can't help but feel something. It is so emotional, and so raw, that you can't help but feel it, as you cry, even though you know you should not. But it is not just the film that is this powerful. It is the whole cast and crew. Their performance is just so believable. They can really make you feel and see things that you'd never imagined. The way they act is so natural, and that's what makes it so easy to believe. From the brilliant cinematography, to the incredible use of colour, to the incredible use of sound, the film really does have a unique way of capturing the emotions of this film. The film can go so slow, and still be so powerful. There are no cuts. There is no editing. The entire film is just shot, and that's what makes it so powerful. It isn't like many other films, which are 'cut and paste', and the director can try and make it seem more "real" but it just isn't. The film really captures the tragedy of it. The fact that we are all in this together makes this film so much more powerful. The last scene is just fantastic. I just felt my heart break and tear up in front of me, and it really has a real effect on you. I know that I will never forget it. I have to go watch it again, and I will be re-watching it for a long time to come.
Wednesday, 13 May 2020 20:57

I've seen this film and I must say it's truly a work of art. The story and the characters are absolutely amazing. I think the film is about a teenage girl named Emma, and a boy named Theo. Theo is the best friend of Emma's, and they are very close. They are both really good friends, and they spend a lot of time together. Theo is really quiet, and he doesn't say much. But that doesn't stop them from really having a great friendship. When Theo's friends leave for college, he goes on his own. But the only thing that really separates him from the other people is his nickname. "The Man." Theo can't get used to his new nickname, and he wants to change it, but he doesn't want to. Theo's friends leave, and Emma goes to stay with Theo. Emma doesn't want to go to college, because she's really good at games. But she's really good at school, too, and her father is really interested in her. But he wants to be around her for more than a few months. Emma also finds out about Theo's boyfriend, who is really interested in her. This movie is really very interesting, because it is very deep. The movie is so deep that I'm still thinking about it. I think I would really like to watch this movie again, and I'm sure that I'll find the same things that I found in this movie. My favorite scene is the one where Emma and Theo are playing soccer in the park, and the girl who's playing with Theo yells out, "You're gonna get a yellow card!" This really was a really great scene, because it really was a very dramatic scene. The scene was really great, because it really was really dramatic. It's just really very real, because the movie was so real, and it's really very sad. If you like movies that are really really good, this is the movie for you. This is one of my favorite movies. I really recommend that you watch this movie, because it's really really good.


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