Screening in the cultural barn Gut Eibenhof
Greta is loud, spontaneous, unpredictable and lonely. She shares this fate with Alexander, a master butcher who is a music lover and a closet intellectual with a penchant for order. But unlike her, he is quiet, correct and loves his routines. Both long for love. When they meet one day at a bus stop and Greta suddenly kisses Alexander on the neck, they are both smitten. But the lively Greta is not used to truthfulness, which is why she often tends to tell the craziest tall tales. Alexander, on the other hand, is a truth-loving person. Despite their many personal differences, a love begins between them that brings them both back to life. And both wonder what else they want from life. The blur of love takes advantage of the realism that cinema has over the stage, moving the chamber play to the open road in a mostly nocturnal and always romantically lit Berlin. The charming comedy sensitively tells of loneliness and the surprising feeling of suddenly feeling a connection to a stranger.
Actors Caroline Peters and Burghart Klaußner as well as director Lars Kraume will be present.
10 am – 11:40 am