Theatrical releases (page 3)

Most movies are produced for the big screens of cinemas. Because of we’re cinema lovers, we want to pay tribute to this fact and therefore we operate our own theatrical distribution in Berlin.

The following films also had theatrical releases on the specified dates and have since been screened in selected cinemas:


by Lisa Charlotte Friederich

The film takes place in a near future: the number of terrorist attacks has increased so drastically that encounters with other people and any form of cultural life only take place in virtual space. Public gatherings are prohibited for security reasons. There are no more concerts, no more supermarkets, no more theatre, no more pubs.

The psychologist Claire looks after survivors of terrorist attacks. When one day she finds a ticket, an analogue piece of paper, on a patient’s desk, she breaks out of her life in isolation. Driven by the need for community, she and her brother Aurel (Anton Spieker), a star trumpeter who for years has only stood in front of virtual audiences, plan a secret live concert in front of real, physically present people. With the help of the hackers Ada (Sonja Dengler) and Maximus (Corbinian Deller), they succeed in defying all odds to realise their plan…

“Live” celebrated its world premiere in January 2020 at the festival Max Ophüls Prize in Saarbrücken (Germany) and has since then been shown and awarded successfully at German and international film festivals.

Theatrical release: December 10, 2020

Artkeim² | 2020 | Drama, Science-Fiction | Germany | Original title: “Live

Director: Lisa Charlotte Friederich

Screenplay: Lisa Charlotte Friederich

Actor & actresses: Karoline Marie Reinke, Anton Spieker, Christine Chapman, Corbinian Deller, Sonja Dengler, Julian Greis, Ulrike Knospe, Sithembile Menck, Arthur Romanowski, Tanja von Oertzen, Feras Zarka

Producer: Lisa Charlotte Friederich, Rike Huy

Production company: ⎮li⎮ke⎮ Filme

Country: Germany

Language: German

Subtitles: English


Theatrical release: December 10, 2020


Länge: 83 Min

Rating: FSK 12

Aspect ratio: 1:1,89

Resolution: HD


All information about the movie: “Live

“Live” by Lisa Charlotte Friederich celebrates the Berlin cinema premiere on August 20th

The gripping, dystopian feature film “Live” by director Lisa Charlotte Friederich celebrates its Berlin debut on the big screen at Revier Südost on August 20, 2021 at 07:30 pm! The event is open air and co-organised by the Berlin Lesbian Non-Binary Filmfest in cooperation with Mobile Kino. Before the film there will be a (video) performance…

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The Fare

by D.H. Hamilton

The world-weary Harris drives his old-fashioned taxi through a desolate, deserted landscape. Only the voice of his boss, who repeatedly calling him on the radio, keeps him company. When he gets the order to pick up a passenger, the enchanting Penny gets into his taxi. A flirtation begins between the two but ends when she has arrived at her destination and gets out of the car. However, when Harris resets his meter, he is instantaneously transported back to the moment he pulled up to her, and the journey begins all over again.

Harris and Penny find themselves trapped in a time loop and try to solve this mystery. During the seemingly never-ending journey on a lonely stretch of roads, secrets are revealed, truths come to light and Harris’ life is irrevocably changed.

“Kahlschlag” is genre cinema  that is as disturbing as it is surprising and that poses the question of good and evil in every human being. It has been aptly described by one critic as “Fargo in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern”.

Theatrical release: August 27, 2020

Artkeim² | 2018 | Mystery, Thriller | USA | Original title: “The Fare” | Russian title “Где-то во времени”

Director: D.C. Hamilton

Screenplay: Brinna Kelly

Original title: The Fare

Actors & actresses: Gino Anthony Pesi, Brinna Kelly, Jason Stuart, Jon Jacobs, Matt Fontana, Jeff Blum, J.K. Baker, Stephen Ji, Sarah Moore, Debbie Mottinger, Neil Mottinger, Paul Samaniego, Rob Starns, Joshua D.W. Smith, David Midell, Jessica Goldapple, Jaimi Paige, Jeremiah Peisert, David Saenz

Producer: D.C. Hamilton, Brinna Kelly, Gino Anthony, Kristin Starns

Co-producer: David Midell

Production companies: 501 Pictures, Public Displays of Affection, Grady Film

Country: USA

Language: Englisch

Synchronisation: English

Subtitles: English


Theatrical start Germany: August 27, 2020


Lenghth: 82 Min

Rating: FSK 16

Aspect ratio: 2.35 : 1

Resolution: HD



2018 Other Worlds Austin SciFi Film Festival: “Best Feature Editing” -> D.C. Hamilton

2019 Miami International Science Fiction Film Festival: “Best Dark Fantasy / Supernatural Film” -> The Fare

2019 Miami International Science Fiction Film Festival: “Best Supporting Actress” -> Brinna Kelly

2019 Film Quest: “Best Concept and Execution” -> D.C. Hamilton & Brinna Kelly


Additional information about the movie: “The Fare

“The Fare” by D.C. Hamilton (Artkeim²) available on Blu-Ray and DVD

What began as a harmless taxi ride for Harris and Penny suddenly turns into a mysterious journey through infinity that will change their lives forever! Brilliant, mysterious entertainment cinema, like a mixture of “Twilight Zone” and “Groundhog Day”, which also has the ingenuity of the cult film “Donnie Darko”. A real treat for movie buffs!…

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Starting today in German cinemas: “The Fare” by D.C. Hamilton (Artkeim²)

Today UCM.ONE is releasing the American indie film “The Fare” by D.C. Hamilton via the film label Artkeim² to the cinemas in Germany. The leading actress Brinna Kelly also wrote the script and convinces at the side of her co-star Gino Anthony Pesi as a mysterious passenger on a night cab ride through a lonely…

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Kahlschlag | A Clear Felling

by Max Gleschinski

Martin and Eric are childhood friends. Already when they were little boys they used to go fishing at the reservoir every Sunday, and already as children they fell in love with the same girl: Frenni.

Today, 20 years later, Martin lives with Frenni in a quiet family home on his parents’ farm. The contact with Eric has broken off after a terrible incident, until one day he stands in front of their door and asks Martin to join him on a last trip to the lake. Reluctantly, Martin comes along, but the trip soon turns out to be a journey into the heart of darkness. While the situation between the friends at the lake is getting worse and worse, Frenni is also alarmed and tries to get to the lake…

“Kahlschlag” is genre cinema  that is as disturbing as it is surprising and that poses the question of good and evil in every human being. It has been aptly described by one critic as “Fargo in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern”.

Theatrical release: March 05, 2020

Artkeim² | 2018 | Thriller | Germany | Original title: “Kahlschlag” | English title: “A Clear Felling”

Director: Max Gleschinski

Screenplay: Max Gleschinski

Original title: Kahlschlag

Actors & actresses: Florian Bartholomäi, Bernhard Conrad, Maike Johanna Reuter, Jan ‘Monchi’ Gorkow, Arne Fuhrmann, Petra Nadolny, Christoph Gottschalch, Ulrike Reinhold, Maria Radomski, Frank Strobel

Producer: Max Gleschinski, Jean-Pierre Meyer-Gehrke, Torsten Wichner

Co-producer: Benjamin Weiß, Jan Klonowski, Klaus Blaudzun, Phillip Lehner

Production company: Von Anfang Anders Filmproduktion

Country: Germany

Language: German

Subtitles: English


Theatrical start Germany: March 05, 2020


Lenghth: 98 Min

Rating: FSK 16

Aspect ratio: 1.85 : 1

Resolution: HD



2018 Hof International Film Festival: “German Cinema New Talent Award” for the Best Movie -> Kahlschlag

2019 Retro Avant Garde Film Festival: “Festival Award” for the Best Actor -> Bernhard Conrad

2019 Satisfied Eye International Film Festival: “Satisfied Eye Trophy” for the Best Actor in a leading role -> Bernhard Conrad

2019 Satisfied Eye International Film Festival: “Satisfied Eye Trophy” for the Best Actress in a supporting role -> Maike Johanna Reuter

2019 Camgaroo Award: “Camgaroo Award” for the Best Feature Film -> Kahlschlag

2020 German Actor Award: “Best Actor” -> Bernhard Conrad


All information about the movie: “A Clear Felling

The movie “Kahlschlag” is “Recommendation of the Week” in the SZ Cinemathek

Jede Woche präsentiert eine bekannte Persönlichkeit ihre „Empfehlung der Woche“ in der Cinemathek ( der online-Version der Süddeutschen Zeitung in Kooperation mit Pantaflix. Wir freuen uns sehr, dass für diese Woche die Wahl auf “Kahlschlag” gefallen ist. Die Schauspielerin Karoline Schuch (“Hannas Reise”, “Ich bin dann mal weg”) hat den Debütfilm von Regisseur Max Gleschinski ausgewählt. The…

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UCM.ONE will be present at the European Film Market (EFM) Online 2021 from March 1st to 5th

The UCM.ONE team is represented this year from March 1st to 5th at the European Film Market (EFM) Online with 3 people. Almost 3,500 producers, buyers, sales agents and distributors from 110 countries are taking part in the film fair, which is only taking place online due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The EFM is the…

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Character One: Susan

by Tim Lienhard

Susan, in her early 50s, is a very attractive woman. But the half Italian, born at the beginning of the 60s in Berlin, is ill. She is bipolar and has a schizoaffective disorder. Susan tells her life. That, she says, stopped at the age of 11. Because then she was sexually abused. Despite a good school performance and the attempt to take up a bourgeois profession, she never led an ordinary life.

As queen of the Berlin techno clubs of the 90s, as a drug dealer and globetrotter, she still defends her independence today. With her impressive talent to make herself the subject of the film and to do so in a very strong, self-confident and reflected way, Susan captivates the audience.

The film gives Susan a stage, portrays her as a film diva and combines her magnetizing screen presence with her relentless openness to an opulent, captivating performance. “Character One: Susan” is the portrait of an extraordinary woman.

Theatrical release: January 16, 2020

Darling Berlin | 2018 | Documentary | Germany | Original title: “Character One: Susan

Director: Tim Lienhard

Screenplay: Tim Lienhard

Participants: Susan Angelini, Aydin Üretmen, Bavara, BayBJane

Actors: Christian Anhuth, Moritz Haase, Lukas Preuss Absinthia Absolut

Producer: Tim Lienhard

Production: 101 Movie UG

Country: Germany

Language: German

Subtitles: English


Theatrical release: January 16, 2020


Length: 80 Min

Rated: FSK 16

Aspect Ratio: 16:9

Resolution: HD


Dedicated to Helga Lienhard


More information about the film: “Character One: Susan

“Character One: Susan” (Darling Berlin) to be released on DVD today

On 25 September 2020 the fascinating documentary film “Character One: Susan” by Tim Lienhard will be released on DVD. The film was launched in cinemas across Germany on 16 January 2020 by UCM.ONE on the Darling Berlin label. The director met his protagonist at the Loveparade in the early 90s and could not resist her charm.…

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“Character One: Susan” (Darling Berlin) starts in cinemas today

The documentary “Character One: Susan” has its cinema release in Germany today. Director Tim Lienhard presents the film today in Cologne in the Filmpalette and tomorrow and on Saturday together with his protagonist Susan Angelini in Berlin. The film will be shown on Friday, January 17, 2020, at 8:30 pm at the City Kino Wedding…

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Small Planets

by Dirk Manthey

“Small Planets” is a discovery to remote places, of which you wouldn´t believe exist at all. They are located in Spain, Italy, Iceland, Spitsbergen and Naples. Right in the middle and yet outside, they are exemplary of a life behind invisible walls. They raise questions. Which walls do separate the ones from the others? What is the impact on those people experiencing it, and who’s in and who’s out?

The selected locations are all symbolic of places of isolation. To reach these places you have to overcome obstacles. You have to cross oceans and overcome fears and prejudices. You have to pass control stations, cross cultural barriers or just open your eyes.

Theatrical release: January 09, 2020

NONFY Documentaries | 2018 | Documentary | Spain, Italy, Iceland, Norway | Original title: “Small Planets

Director: Dirk Manthey

Cinematography: Sebastian Bock

Producer: Dirk Manthey & Kurt Ottenbacher

Executive producer: Dirk Manthey & Mathias Kraemer

Production companies: Dirk Manthey Film UG & Strandfilm Produktions GmbH

Countries: Spain, Italy, Iceland, Norway

Language: Spanish, Italian, Chines (Mandarin), Icelandic, French, English, Sinhala

Subtitles: German, English


Theatrical release: January 09, 2020


Length: 96 Min

Rated: FSK 0

Aspect Ratio: 16:9

Resolution: HD


More information about the film: “Small Planets”, Homepage:

Theatrical release “Small Planets” with premiere at the Zeiss-Großplanetarium Berlin

Today the visually stunning documentary film “Small Planets” by director Dirk Manthey will celebrate its German premiere at 7:30 pm in the “Wissenschaftskino” (English “Science Cinema”) series at the Zeiss-Großplanetarium Berlin. The documentary film about four places, each of which is  in its own way isolated from the rest of the world, gets by without…

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“Small Planets” celebrates its German premiere on January 09, 2020

The visually stunning documentary film “Small Planets” by director Dirk Manthey will celebrate its German premiere on Thursday, January 09, 2020 at 7:30 pm in the “Wissenschaftskino” (English “Science Cinema”) series at the Zeiss-Großplanetarium Berlin. The director and his team will be present, before the film he will give an introduction to the topic “Visual…

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Searching Eva

by Pia Hellenthal

Eva – 25, drifter, Berliner, poet, pet-owner, sex worker, virgo, recovering addict, housewife, feminist, model – declared privacy an outdated concept at the age of 14. This is the tale of a young woman growing up in the age of the internet, turning the search for oneself into a public spectacle, challenging you on what a woman „should be“. Through her fragmented personalities you see the emergence of a generation, in which the concept of a fixed identity has grown old.

We jump from Berlin to Italy, from Mexico to Athens, as if we clicked through their Instagram profile. We meet her lovers, her father’s new family and her mother, who still lives in the nursery with her parents. Eva runs fashion shows in Paris, is massaged by Sugar Daddies in bourgeois hotels, sprays herself with ketamine in the bathtub, blow-dries the hair of her Greek girlfriend, plays with her cat. Instead of following a narrative thread, the film revolves around themes that Eva’s life raises on its own: Questions about sexuality, gender, the concept of work and a fixed identity. All this is constantly accompanied by her online followers, who comment on each of her life decisions, each new haircut. Eva is cast into doubt, highly praised, declared crazy. The portrait of a modern person.

Theatrical release: November 14, 2019

Available via UCM.ONE in Germany.

Darling Berlin | 2019 | Documentary | Germany | Original title: “Searching Eva

Director: Pia Hellenthal

Screenplay: Pia Hellenthal, Giorgia Malatrasi

Starring: Eva Collé

Producers: Natalie Farrey, Danny Gabai, Matt Ippolito, Giorgia Malatrasi, Bryn Mooser, Hayley Pappas, Martin Roelly, Benjamin Ruth, Erik Winker

Production: Corso Productions, Vice Studios

Co-Productions: ZDF/Das kleine Fernsehspiel

Country: Germany

Language: German, English, Italian

Subtitles: German, English


Theatrical release: November 14, 2019


Length: 89 Min

Rated: FSK 16

Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1

Resolution: HD


All information about the film: “Searching Eva”; IMDb:,

🎬 Three Darling Berlin films in Berlin pop-up outdoor cinemas

Three Darling Berlin films will be shown this week in three different Berlin pop-up cinemas. On Wednesday 24 August, after sunset, the documentary “Searching Eva” by Pia Hellenthal will start at the Feldkino on Tempelhofer Feld. On Thursday 25 August at 8 p.m. there will be a screening of “Heiko’s World” by Dominik Galizia in…

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“Searching Eva” (Darling Berlin) available on DVD and on VoD portals

The documentary insider tip of the Berlinale 2019 “Searching Eva” (Darling Berlin) by Pia Hellenthal is now also available on DVD and on all relevant VoD portals in Germany and Austria. “Searching Eva” is a film beyond all conventions, challenging in its subject matter and visually and aesthetically fascinating. You immerse yourself in Eva’s worlds…

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by Lara Hewitt

Valentine, an out-of-work New York actor, travels across the Atlantic in order to discover his German roots and stay at the ‘datsche’ or summer cottage that he inherited from his grandfather. His neighbours in the East German garden allotment colony welcome him with open arms, a lot of curiosity and more rules than he can ever dream to remember. However, not everybody is foreigner-friendly, especially not Gregor, a neighbour with passions for hedge-trimming and nationalism. Which is a problem for Valentine, since he happens to not only have a refugee hiding in his datsche attic, but also an international group of couch-surfing guests about to arrive in his garden…

The movie offers an outsider’s view on Germany, but it is also a film for anyone who has ever loved a place and had to leave it. It is also a swan song from a Brit to the beautiful dream of Europe, a thank you and a goodbye.

Theatrical release: October 03, 2019

Darling Berlin | 2018 | Comedy, Drama | United Kingdom | Original title: “Datsche

Director: Lara Hewitt

Screenplay: Lara Hewitt

Actors & actresses: Zack Segel, Kunle Kuforiji, Marie Céline Yildirim, Luis Lüps, Juan Carlos Lo Sasso, Christian Harting, Tilo Bettmann, Peter Mettke, Karl-Heinz Schulze, Brigitte Schulzek, Günter Schulzek

Producers: Tony Doherty, Jules Gladys, Lara Hewitt, Silvia Schmidt

Productions: Parkwood Theatre and Films, Rosemilk Productions

Country: United Kingdom

Language: English, German

Subtitles: English, German


Theatrical release: October 03, 2019


Length: 93 Min

Rated: FSK 6

Aspect Ratio: 2,35 : 1

Resolution: HD


All information about the film: “Datsche“; Homepage: “Datsche“; IMDb:,

Datsche (by Lara Hewitt) | Darling, Berlin! Berlin, Sayang! Berlin, Teerak! • Film 1

“Datsche” by Lara Hewitt is the name of the opening film of the first Darling, Berlin! Berlin, Sayang! Berlin, Teerak! online festival. The film is about the Valentine, an out-of-work New York actor, who travels across the Atlantic in order to discover his German roots and stay at the ‘datsche’ or summer cottage that he inherited…

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Schwimmen | Swimming

by Luzie Loose

The film “Swimming” tells the story of Elisa and Anthea, two very different girls whose friendship gives them support and orientation in a difficult phase of their lives. They become best friends and develop a game in which they record everything they do with their mobile phone cameras. Soon they come up with the idea of turning the camera around and secretly filming their classmates, who have finished Elisa earlier. Their close friendship develops into a destructive dynamic that becomes threatening for everyone who gets in their way. The girls turn from victims into perpetrators.

Elisa and Anthea belong to the first generation to grow up with the Internet, digital images and self-portrayal on the Internet. We watch them develop a bizarre friendship, how they play, search for adventures and cross borders. It is essential for the girls to actively participate in the flood of images that characterizes our everyday lives today. That’s why their mobile videos flow into our film. The material mix creates an individual style – subjective, full of omissions and changes of perspective, close and unpolished.

Theatrical release: September 12, 2019

Darling Berlin | 2018 | Drama | Germany | Original title: “Schwimmen” | English title: “Swimming”

Director: Luzie Loose

Screenplay: Luzie Loose

Actors: Stephanie Amarell, Jonathan Berlin, Alexandra Finder, Deborah Kaufmann, Bjarne Meisel, Jürg Plüss, Lisa Vicari, Christian Heiner Wolf

Producers: Christoph Holthof, Lennart Lenzing, Philipp Maurice Raube, Daniel Reich

Production: Kurhaus Production

Co-Productions: Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg, Südwestrundfunk (SWR)

Country: Germany

Language: German

Subtitles: English


Theatrical release: September 12, 2019


Length: 102 Min

Rated: FSK 12

Aspect Ratio: 2,35 : 1

Resolution: HD



2018 Hof International Film Festival: “Hof Prize in Gold” for the best director -> Luzie Loose

2019 achtung berlin – new berlin film award: “Best Camera” -> Anne Bolick


All information about the film: “Swimming”; IMDb:,

Swimming (by Luzie Loose) | Darling, Berlin! Berlin, Sayang! Berlin, Teerak! • Film 2

The second film at the Darling, Berlin! Berlin, Sayang! Berlin, Teerak! online festival is “Swimming” (German title: “Schwimmen”) by Luzie Loose. “Swimming” tells the story of Elisa and Anthea, two very different girls, whose friendship gives them support and orientation during a difficult phase in their lives. They become best friends and develop a game in which they…

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“Schwimmen” by Luzie Loose receives the DEFA Foundation’s sponsorship award

At last weekend’s International Film Festival for Children and Young Audiences “Schlingel” in Chemnitz, the movie “Schwimmen” (English title: “Swimming”) was awarded the DEFA Foundation’s 4,000 € sponsorship prize. Excerpt from the jury’s statement: “Uneasiness is the central feeling that the film shows as well as it evokes it. Uneasiness in one’s own body, uneasiness…

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Kim hat einen Penis | Everything Always All the Time

by Philipp Eichholtz

How does relationship work? What happens if your girlfriend suddenly has a penis? And is love in the end only for idiots?

Kim and Andreas are actually pretty happy – with themselves and their lives. But Kim wants more. She wants a penis. Not because she would like to be a man, but simply because she is curious. However, she does not want to talk to Andreas about it. Dear, she presents him with accomplished facts. Who needs communication, even if it works without it? While Andreas falls into silent action, Kim runs through the lintel through Berlin. To make matters worse, their common best friend Anna with their very own heartbreak and acute desire for children moves in with them. That does not make things easier when talking about your own wishes and needs. Because maybe a penis is never a metaphor – he is already the refrain of their relationship. And if you feel lonely in the end with two, then you are perhaps less alone with three?

Theatrical release: June 13, 2019

Darling Berlin | 2018 | Comedy, Drama | Germany | Original title: “Kim hat einen Penis” | English title: “Everything Always All the Time”

Director: Philipp Eichholtz

Screenplay: Christian Ehrich, Philipp Eichholtz, Maxi Rosenheinrich, Martina Schöne-Radunski

Actors: Martina Schöne-Radunski, Christian Ehrich, Stella Hilb, Matthias Lier, Lana Cooper, Hans-Heinrich Hardt, Lilli Meinhardt, Sebastian Fräsdorf, Mata (Hund)

Producers: Philipp Eichholtz, Oliver Jerke, Joachim Keil

Production: Von Oma gefördert

Co-Production: UCMP

Country: Germany

Language: German

Subtitles: English


Theatrical release: June 13, 2019


Length: 86 Min

Rated: FSK 12

Aspect Ratio: 16:9

Resolution: HD


All information about the film “Everyting Always All the Time”; IMDb:,

“Everything always all the time” (Darling Berlin) starts today in the German cinemas

The new film by Philipp Eichholtz “Kim hat einen Penis” (English title “Everything always all the time”) starts today in German cinemas. In the evening, the film team celebrates with the movie label Darling Berlin the start from 20.30 clock in the Cineplex Berlin-Neukölln. The comedy tells the story of the young pilot Kim (Martina…

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Breakdown in Tokyo

by Zoltan Paul

PEROPERO, a progressive rock band from Berlin, is touring Japan with gigs from Osaka to Tokyo. Director Laszlo (60) is the guitarist’s father and decides to accompany the tour with a film crew in order to shoot a documentary about the band and a musician’s life – that he never had. Also on board is Laszlo’s wife Emma, the producer of the film.

But soon the project is endangered by Laszlo’s instant attraction to the band’s young and beautiful tour manager Nahoko. His family and crew have to witness how the director slowly loses control over himself and the film project because of his – soon not so secret – love affair. Finally, Emma gives her partner an ultimatum. However, when Laszlo tries to break up with Nahoko, even more chaos ensues…

Theatrical release: August 30, 2018

Darling Berlin | 2018 | Comedy | Japan, Germany | Original title: “Breakdown at Tokyo”

Director: Zoltan Paul

Screenplay: Zoltan Paul

Actors: Tomoko Inoue, Zoltan Paul, Clementina Hegewisch, Julian Adam Pajzs, Valentin Schuster

Producer: Zoltan Paul

Production: NextFilm Filmproduktion

Co-Production: Achtfeld

Countries: Japan, Germany

Language: German

Subtitles: English


Theatrical release: August 30, 2018


Length: 84 Min

Rated: FSK 6

Aspect Ratio: 16:9

Resolution: HD


All information about the film „Breakdown in Tokyo“:

“Breakdown in Tokyo” (Darling Berlin) starts with premiere and concert in German cinemas

Nach einer ausverkauften Preview im Hamburger Abaton Kino am Dienstag ist heute der neue Film von Zoltan Paul „Breakdown in Tokyo – Ein Vater dreht durch“ bundesweit gestartet. Im Berliner City Kino Wedding fand am Abend die Kinostartpremiere mit einem Konzert der Filmband PeroPero statt. Der Film erählt die Geschichte des 60jährigen Regisseurs Lászlo (Zoltan…

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Other films that had an official theatrical release via UCM.ONE: Theatrical releases (page 4)