Tag Archives: Henriette Confurius

Ramon Zürcher & Silvan Zürcher – Das Mädchen und die Spinne AKA The Girl and the Spider (2021)

Lisa is moving out of the apartment she has shared with Mara and into one where she will live alone. As boxes are transported, walls painted white, and furniture is assembled, underlying problems in need of fixing are revealed, a to-do list expands, and desires and needs flair up… A tragicomic catastrophe film. A poetic ballad about change and transience which invites the viewer into a panopticon of forms of human relationships, meandering between a study of everyday life, a fairy-tale and a psychological portrait of a brittle world. After The Strange Little Cat, this is the second part of a planned trilogy about human togetherness. Read More »

Dominik Graf – Die geliebten Schwestern AKA Beloved Sisters (2014)

The aristocratic sisters Charlotte and Caroline both fall in love with the controversial young writer and hothead Friedrich Schiller. Defying the conventions of their time, the sisters decide to share their love with Schiller. What begins playfully, almost as a game among the three of them, soon turns serious as it leads to the end of a pact. Read More »