Diana Amft wonders which one is the father
- Walt Disney has released Frisch gepresst, a romantic comedy featuring the star of the television series Doctor's Diary
Among this week's new films is a light romantic comedy starring Diana Amft, who previously starred in the television series Doctor's Diary. Christine Hartmann's Frisch gepresst [+see also:
film profile] is an adaptation of the novel of the same title by Susanne Fröhlich produced by Ziegler Film and distributed by Walt Disney. Andrea, who doesn't want a child but does want to find the man of her dreams, suddenly becomes pregnant. The baby's father could be Gregor (Alexander Beyer), a macho with whom she only spent one night, or the kind Chris (Thomas Wlaschiha).
Camino has released Ulrike Grote's Die Kirche bleibt im Dorf [+see also:
film profile], a dramatic comedy produced by Hambourg-based outfit Fortune Cookie whose actors notably include Karoline Eichhorn. The film tells a Romeo and Juliette love story made impossible by local rivalry set in the German countryside.
X Verleih is hedging its bets on German-Swiss co-production Nachtlärm [+see also:
interview: Christoph Schaub
film profile] by Christoph Schaub, in which a couple (Alexandra Maria Lara and Sebastian Blomberg)'s only way to calm down their newborn child is by running their car's engine. But the car is stolen, with the baby inside! The film, co-produced by the Zurich-based T & C Film AG and the Berlin-based X Filme Creative Pool, also stars Viennese actor Georg Friedrich.
The other new European films out in cinemas are documentaries: Das Ding am Deich - Vom Widerstand gegen ein Atomkraftwerk by Antje Hubert (distr.: ImFilm), German-American co-production Oma & Bella by Alexa Karolinski (Salzgeber), the Spanish title Flamenco, Flamenco [+see also:
film profile] by the master Carlos Saura (Kairos), and Roman Polanski: A Film Memoir, a British production by Laurent Bouzereau (Eclipse).
(Translated from French)
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