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Germany, Bulgaria, Austria · 2017
2h 1m
Director Valeska Grisebach
Starring Meinhard Neumann, Reinhardt Wetrek, Syuleyman Alilov Letifo, Veneta Frangipova
Genre Drama

A group of German construction workers set out for a foreign construction site in the Bulgarian province. The strange country awakens adventure feelings among the men. At the same time, they are confronted with their prejudices and mistrust. For two of the men, a nearby village becomes the stage for a competition for the recognition and favor of the village.

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The Film Stage by

As Grisebach never allows her film to reach a canter, her tight thematic rein remains a deep aesthetic pleasure.


The Playlist by Bradley Warren

Unlike traditional Westerns that depict a historical moment. the movement of people and money in Europe remains in flux, and consequently, so does this new breed of cowboy.


Slant Magazine by Carson Lund

The absence of anything traditionally "painterly" reflects an ambivalent attitude toward the kind of capitalistic pro-growth machinations on display in the film.


Variety by Guy Lodge

Without advertising itself as such, Western could be viewed as a wry reflection of the European Union’s sometimes fractious present-day state — though much of its character conflict hinges on a more universal fear of the other.


Screen International by Jonathan Romney

Bernhard Keller’s fine photography gives this tense realist drama a streak of no-frills outdoor poetry, without overstressing its genre affinities. A strong cast, grizzled non-professionals in the great neo-realist tradition, are totally convincing.


The A.V. Club by Mike D'Angelo

Although thoughtful and probing, this portrait of good intentions gone awry has been so thoroughly intellectualized that there’s not much juice to it. It’s a movie that’s busy analyzing itself while you watch.

75 by Peter Sobczynski

The result is a slow burn of a drama with a restrained tone that may put off some viewers, but which will captivate those who responded to its low-key wavelength.

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