LIEBMANN
A film by Jules Herrmann
Feature film, Germany 2016, 82 minutes
BERLINALE 2016 / Perspektive Deutsches Kino
Synopsis
Teacher Antek Liebmann leaves his life in Germany behind and rents a place in summery northern France. He learns from his landlord that a murderer is striking terror in the surrounding woods. Following a dark premonition, Antek is drawn into the undergrowth on one of his walks where he makes a dangerous discovery. He befriends his attractive neighbour Geneviève and the cheery Sébastien. No one realises that Antek has left behind a terrible secret in his own country. Only the discovery of a mysterious property, to which Geneviève takes him, and the possibility of a new romantic relationship present Antek with a way out of the darkness. But before he can begin a new life, he must confront the ghosts of his past, conjure them up and exorcise them.
The storytelling is like the feathers of a peacock, oscillating between unobtrusive glimmering and striking iridescence. And so, gentle summer days slide into night-time terrors or vanish in short flights of fancy into parallel worlds.
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