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IN THE AISLES - GERMAN CURRENTS FILM FESTIVAL
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Time(s): 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Address: 6712 Hollywood BLVD
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DOUBLE FEATURE | LA PREMIERE
DOUBLE FEATURE: begins with IN THE AISLES at 6:30 pm,
followed by TRANSIT at approximately 9:00 pm.
Ticket price includes admission to both films.
Germany (2018), 125 min. DCP Projection
German with English Subtitles
Director: Thomas Stuber
Screenplay: Clemens Meyer, Thomas Stuber
Cinematography: Peter Matjasko
Cast: Franz Rogowski, Sandra Hüller, Peter Kurth, Henning Peker, Andreas Leupold
Producers: Fabian Maubach, Jochen Laube, Julia Wagner
Production Company: Sommerhaus Filmproduktion GmbH, MDR, Arte Deutschland TV, SWR, HR, Rotor Film Babelsberg GmbH.
With his new job at a wholesale market in an eastern German province, the shy and reclusive Christian (Rogowski) plunges into an unknown universe of endless aisles and warehouse order. Bruno (Kurth) from the beverage department takes Christian under his wing and shows him the tricks of the trade, including the often surreal secrets of mastering the forklift. In the aisles, Christian meets the mysteriously charming Marion (Hüller) from the candy section and is instantly smitten.
The coffee machine serves as their regular meeting point, as the two get to know each other. But for Marion, who is married, their playfully flirtatious friendship has deeper consequences. As Christian slowly becomes a member of the wholesale market family, his days of stacking shelves mean much more to him than meets the eye.
Director Thomas Stuber’s adaptation of Clemens Meyer’s short story is a delicate choreography of people, their dreams, desires, and the poetry of their everyday lives. Cinematographer Peter Matjasko artfully captures the subtleties of the film’s often-muted visual design, creating a world where magic can be found in the mundane.
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