Berlin Alexanderplatz (2020)

Sobre o filme

As Francis gets washed up on the shores of Southern Europe, he swears an oath to God: From now on he wants to be a new, a better, a decent man. Soon after Francis finds himself in Berlin, where he realizes how hard it is to be righteous when you are an illegal refugee in Germany —without papers, without nation and without a work permit. When he receives an enticing offer from the charismatic German, Reinhold, to earn easy money, Francis initially resists the temptation, maintains his oath and stays away from Reinhold’s shady dealings. But eventually he is sucked into Berlin’s underworld and his life spirals out of control. Based on the same name novel written by Alfred Döblin.

Presented at Berlin International Film Festival.

Título original: Berlin Alexanderplatz

Ano: 2020

Classificação: 18

Duração: 183 min.

Gênero: Fiction

País: Germany, Netherlands

Tags: Germany, Netherlands, refugees, crime, literary adaptation, love relationship, international festivals

Cor: cor

Direção: Burhan Qurbani

Roteiro: Martin Behnke, Burhan Qurbani

Fotografia: Yoshi Heimrath

Montagem: Philipp Thomas

Elenco: Welket Bungué, Jella Haase, Albrecht Schuch, Joachim Król, Annabelle Mandeng, Nils Verkooijen

Produtor: Leif Alexis, Jochen Laube, Fabian Maubach

Produção: Sommerhaus Filmproduktion

Música: Dascha Dauenhauer

Distribuição: A2 Filmes