In the movie “Kim hat einen Penis” (English title: “Everything Always All the time“) Kim and Andreas are actually quite happy – with themselves and life. But Kim wants more. She wants a penis. Not because she wants to be a man, but just because she is curious. But she doesn’t want to talk to Andreas about it. She prefers to present him with a fait accompli. Who needs communication if you can do without it? While Andreas falls into silent actionism, Kim runs through Berlin in a goose step. To top it all off, their mutual best friend Anna moves in with them with her own heartache and an acute desire to have children. That doesn’t make it any easier to talk about their own wishes and needs. Maybe a penis is never a metaphor – it is already the refrain of their relationship. And if you end up feeling lonely with two people, are you perhaps less alone with three people?
More than a month before Kinostar (13.6.2019) the new film by Philipp Eichholtz “Kim hat einen Penis” (Darling Berlin) has two screenings at the 16th Neisse Filmfestival. The film will be shown in the section “Deutsches Fenster” on Wednesday, May 8 at 8 pm in the Zittau cinema Emil and on Friday, May 10 at 8 pm in the KunstBauerKino in Großhennersdorf. The festival will take place in the south-eastern corner of the Czech Republic, in the border triangle of the Czech Republic, Poland and Germany from 7th to 12th of May.