Lautlos (2004)

  |  Action, Crime, Romance


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Viktor, a methodical hit man, probably on his last job, has no plan for his retirement. He does not kill Nina, a woman sleeping beside his latest mark; then he follows her and rescues her ... See full summary »


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Awards

2 wins.

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25 May 2004 | atldus
Two Comments, Two Sides of the Story
I think I have to disagree with the first poster, who said he this movie could have been great if the dialogue had been better.

In my opinion the absolute minimum use of dialogue between the two main characters in this picture, and for Lautlos 'picture' is more true than usual, is one of its most interesting aspects.

The emotions & thought of these two people are intensely displayed by a great combination of camera-work and acting. When the word are spoken the atmosphere already has the viewer closely connected with these two characters. I found myself thinking what the characters themselves realized only seconds later and stated in a very minimalistic way.

Just a beautiful film...

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Trivia

The first school day photo is a real youth photo of Joachim Król.


Soundtracks

Set Me Free (Empty Rooms)
Jam & Spoon feat. Rea
Produced by Jam El Mar and
Mark Spoon
for Allstar Music Production
at Allstar Studio, Frankfurt/Germany
Vocals Rea Garvey
Guitars by Peter Weihe and Jam El Mar
Additional drums by Christoph Leis-Bendorff
Music by Jam El Mar
Lyrics by Rea Garvey

Storyline

Plot Summary


Genres

Action | Crime | Romance | Thriller

Details

Release Date:

29 April 2004

Language

German


Country of Origin

Germany

Filming Locations

Munich, Bavaria, Germany

Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$196,724

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