Film screening Atlas

Atlas © 235 Film Tobias von dem Borne Germany, 100 min., 2018
Director: David Nawrath
Feature Film
With Rainer Bock, Albrecht Abraham Schuch, Thorsten Merten

60-year-old Walter is a furniture packer for forced evictions. He is the most loyal tug Walter's boss Roland Grone has in his forwarding business. Walter ignores the pain the backbreaking job causes him, as well as the suffering of the people in whose privacy he invades on a daily basis. Grone is planning a risky real estate deal with the help of a dodgy family clan. An old building should be rented out and sold at a high price. But: The last tenant refuses to move out. Walter believes the tenant is his son whom he deserted decades ago and never saw since. Without revealing himself to him, Walter approaches his son Jan and his family cautiously. As he realizes how unpredictable the men are, Grone has engaged with, Walter is increasingly under pressure. (filmportal)
“ATLAS is a fascinating cinematic journey through German reality – across a world, where money and violence rule, where apartments are objects of speculation and people’s lifes are destroyed. Additionally, this absolutely lovely drama surprises with a hopeful end.”
Kieler Nachrichten / Ernst Corinth
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German Film Week 2019