Coming In (2014)

  |  Comedy, Romance


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Notoriously hip Berlin based hairdresser Tom Herzner falls in love with beauty parlor owner Heidi, turning both of their worlds upside down. So far so good. Only one problem: Tom is gay.

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26 June 2015 | kosmasp
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| Getting in(to) light comedy
It may seem a bit to suave for some, but the movie is just what you might think it is: A light comedy, that shouldn't be taken too seriously. And it's not a message movie, that you can "change" anyone into something else. Though they do avoid a lot of heat, by making the male lead homosexual and therefor not getting under attack by a certain group of people who'd read to much into this.

Again this is a romantic comedy. If you really want to see or read a message, make it about not putting boundaries up. About letting people decide their fate and about life in general (being open minded). These are things you can read into this freely, but you can also just enjoy the "story".

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Peter Plate, Ulf Leo Sommer and Daniel Faust
Lyrics by Peter Plate, Ulf Leo Sommer and Martin Gallop
Performed by Chris Schummert

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