A Quiet Love (2005)

  |  Drama, Mystery, Romance


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Two very different love stories cross each other in warm and magical way. A humanistic and yet mysterious film about love and death near the German/Danish border.


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19 April 2009 | post-458
10
| Superb film from Germany
"Die blaue Grenze" is a really amazing film with very specific mood that I haven't seen or felt before. Sometimes it is a single shot, sometimes it is how the different images communicate. In a way one can't believe that this film is German because it evokes a rare emotion that seems to be from another beautifiul planet. The actors are fantastic and believable. A nice bonus is that one really gets a feeling for the borderland between Denmark and Germany. The sea is like a just sometimes visible character that is always present.

It anyhow seems there is a lot going on behind the images. Something mysterious, something magic, something unseen and unheard. So it fits that a hearing aid is placed in the centre of the film. I am very thankful for that film. In a way it changed my feelings. I lost my fear of death.

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Genres

Drama | Mystery | Romance

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Release Date:

24 November 2005

Language

German, Danish


Country of Origin

Germany

Filming Locations

Denmark

Box Office

Budget:

EUR1,000,000 (estimated)

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