Keswick Film Festival

No Place To Go
(Die Unber├╝hrbare)

Director: Oskar Roehler Country: Germany
Cert: 15 Year: 2000 Length: 110 minsLanguage: German
2002 Festival
No Place To Go

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Hannelore Elsner, Vadim Glowna, Tonio Arango.
Based on the life of Rohler's mother, prominent German novelist and marxist Giseta Elsner, the story begins with the fall of the Berlin wall. This fascinating portrait of Hanna Flanders, an intellectual torn between her conflicting ideals and the new realities of a changing society, reveals a woman aiming to satisfy her human needs by heading for Berlin...
Best Picture: San Jose and Miami Festivals and 'German Film Awards'.
Best Actress: Bavarian and Chicago Festivals, 'German Film Awards'.
Best Director: Rotterdam, Karlovy Vary and Istanbul Festivals.

Critics

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A bravura performance by beloved German actress Hannelore Elsner
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