•   Christian Petzold
  •   Germany, France
  •   International Feature Competition
  •   Drama, Political, Thriller


“Like a remake of Casablanca as written by Franz Kafka.” –IndieWire

After a fascist invasion of France, Georg poses as a dead author and attempts to flee to Mexico, but becomes trapped in Marseilles. There, he encounters a woman searching for her missing husband—the man whose identity he has assumed. A cinematic puzzlebox that unfolds neither entirely in the past nor in the modern era, Petzold’s surreal film offers a trenchant exploration of the plight of refugees.

  •  German with subtitles
  •  101 minutes


No screenings currently scheduled



International Competition Patron

John and Jacolyn Bucksbaum Family Foundation

Cultural Partners

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