From today the film “Dancing Quietly” by Philipp Eichholtz, which appears parallel on DVD on the label Darling Berlin, can be seen worldwide at Netflix, next to “Love me!” Thus, the second film by Philipp Eichholtz at Netflix is currently on view.
The film is about Luca, who wants to do the Abi after dark years of depression. Her little dog Mata helps her to find motivation and joie de vivre. So that it does not fail to math, Luca concludes a deal with Kurt: English against math. He becomes a reliable friend, even if it gets really bad for Luca.
Luca knows pretty well what it’s like when getting up, eating, getting dressed just does not work. There were ten dark years in her life. Now she has a small dog, Mata, rescued from a killing station in Bulgaria. She gets up for that and goes out. And it tries with the Abitur in the second educational way.
So that it does not fail to math, Luca closes with her seat neighbor Kurt a deal: she helps him with English. He explains math to her and he is a reliable friend. For example, when this aggressive guy rings again at her door. And certainly, when things get really bad for Luca. Their lives live, but only they can do that.