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MOVIE
TVTV
Movie
The portrait
of a woman
who diminishes
with every
passing day
+++ In the style of Haneke’s Academy-Award-winning “Amour,” a subtle,
gentle, yet virtuoso portrayal of dementia by the grande dame of Germanlanguage screen stars, Christiane Hörbiger +++
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The portrait
of a woman
who diminishes
with every
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passing day
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Genre
Original Title
The signs cannot be ignored. Charlotte, early 70s,
owner and general manager of a successful real-estate
company, has been increasingly forgetting names and
appointments, driving off in a stranger’s car and even
entering the wrong house by mistake. She senses that
this is more than occasional forgetfulness – but who
wants to claim this downward spiral for oneself? She
tries to pass off the symptoms as mere nuisances,
which suits her son Markus. But what he won’t see,
Charlotte’s daughter Sandra does. And, most of all,
Markus’ life companion Katrin, a trained nurse. She
helps them accept that their mother has set off on a
journey that will take her far, far away from everyone
and everything she knew and loved – to a place without
memories and people without names...
TV Movie
Drama
Stiller Abschied
Directed by Florian Baxmeyer
Written by Thorsten Näter
Starring
Production Credits
Format
Christiane Hörbiger
Oliver Mommsen
Jaenette Hain
Ulrike C. Tscharre
Lotte Flack
Moritz Jahn
Aspekt Telefilm Produktion for ARD
Degeto in association with Beta
two hours
DE
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