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Der Boden unter den Füßen

Der Boden unter den Füßen is a movie starring Valerie Pachner, Pia Hierzegger, and Mavie Hörbiger. A high-powered business consultant struggles to keep her professional and personal lives from colliding after her schizophrenic...

Other Titles
Zeme po mano kojomis, O chão sob meus pés, The Ground beneath My Feet, Ziemia pod nogami, The ground beneath my feet, The Ground Beneath My Feet
Running Time
1 hours 48 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Marie Kreutzer
Marie Kreutzer
Pia Hierzegger, Michelle Barthel, Mavie Hörbiger, Valerie Pachner
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Not yet 30, Lola controls her personal life with the same ruthless efficiency she uses to optimize profits in her job as a high-powered business consultant. No one knows about her older sister Conny or her family's history of mental illness. But when a tragic event forces Conny back into Lola's life and her secrets begin to unravel, Lola's grip on reality seems to slips away.

Comments about drama «Der Boden unter den Füßen» (14)

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Ashley G.

I've watched this film at least 10 times now and I still get tears from the opening scene. It's a very personal film for me because I feel like I could be in the situation that Leopold meets his wife. I feel like I've been there. I don't know if it's because of the cinematography, the location, or the acting but I feel like I'm there in Leopold's shoes and it gives me the feeling of actually being there. The camera work is very well done, as well as the actors, particularly Mila Schonberger and Joseph Capobianco. The script is good, although the narrative is very dark, and as a result the whole film is dark. I really love the soundtrack too, the songs in the film are really moving, and have an emotional power that makes you feel what the characters feel. And of course the whole film is very sad, in the sense that Leopold feels like he is losing everything. And yet he doesn't. He just makes a bad decision and feels horrible about it. It's a sad film, but it's also a good film. It makes you think about your own situation, and what would you do if you could. I also recommend the soundtrack too, there's a lot of great music in it.

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Kathryn Mason

The movie is a perfect example of an artistic film about a real person. The main character is German and he has an older brother and younger sister who are German. He is involved with a girl from a German tribe that is on the other side of the world. The girl is a girl who is a little more mature than him but still a young girl. They are going to go to the big city in Germany and he wants to be able to stay there. He ends up staying with the German tribe who live in the mountains. He is struggling with his relationship with his younger sister and finds out he is really young. He is there to pay the tuition fee for his younger sister and is in the end also involved with the girl. The German tribe leader is a man who is not of the tribe and decides to go to the big city and has an affair with the girl. The movie has a little bit of an Italian touch. The movie is about a real man and how he lives. There is no one who tells him how to live and so the movie is about the relationship between the older brother and the younger sister. The whole thing is in German. There is one short story about the elder brother and he is dying. He is dying of cancer and the younger sister tries to take care of him. He is always by his side. The movie is really touching. The girl is really young but she is really cute. The movie is really moving and you want to know more about the relationship between the older brother and the younger sister. I really liked it.

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The fear of the unknown is an old fear that even in the civilized world still has its limits. The grand idea of the film is about what the fear of the unknown means in an adult world. The film presents this idea through a naturalist perspective that focuses on the psychological and social dimensions of the fear. The film is told in a very modern style, that is the best thing about it. The main character, Hesse, is a very lonely man who has to survive in the society. The film is an extended conversation between him and his partner. This is also the main problem with the film. The audience is not allowed to have the same perspective as Hesse, we can only see what he sees. This is a bad thing because we don't feel for the character and we don't feel for him, we only see the situation. However, this is also the great thing about the film. The communication is completely natural, the camera movement is natural, the shots are natural and it feels like we are just watching this story unfold. The film is visually beautiful, the camera looks like the film is made in the 70's and the way the director gives us the experience of a long journey is very interesting. I don't think I have to say more about the film because it is a great experience. I hope this will be one of the movies that will help people to understand that the reason why we all fear the unknown is because we all lack the courage to face our fears and to go on living the life we want to live. I hope you like it and that you'll consider going to the cinema and watching it!

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Alexander Graham

This is a wonderfully crafted, oddly moving film. As a German, I found it especially poignant to see the poverty and desperation that this young man had to face as a child. The filmmaker has a gift for finding moments of truth in his pictures. This film has a lot of personal connection to me, for it is the first time I saw this director's work in a theatre. I saw his short film the beginning of his career in the 80's, and it was a movie I absolutely loved, so I was really excited to see his later films. I was really surprised how well this movie turned out. It is beautiful, sensitive and powerful. I can only say I hope this film gets a much wider audience.

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Karen Medina

I just watched this movie. For me, it is a very personal movie. I saw it when I was 17 and I can say that I like it very much. The story of a young boy that dies in the first place was very touching. I found myself wishing that there was a miracle that would save this boy and make his life so normal again. I have a feeling that the director and the actors were very good. I also like the songs that they sang. The actor that played the role of the doctor was very good, but the best was probably the musician. I like his music very much and I have a feeling that I am going to buy his CD. I also liked the whole atmosphere of the movie. I just want to say that I really recommend this movie to anyone who likes movies like "The Green Mile" or "12 Angry Men".

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Janet P.

The greatest story of the last 50 years or so. And, although many of the comments here already do that, this is the story I know. For me, it is not a typical Hollywood movie. In fact, it is a German movie, so I am not sure how well you can translate it to the US audience. But I have seen it several times and I do not get tired of it. The acting is great. The story is a little slow to start, but the journey to the end is just so worth it. I guess most of the reviewers who are critical of the movie will say the same thing. But I agree that the story is about as long as the film itself. It is a movie about a journey, not a movie about a great movie. So, I have to agree that some of the reviewers who are critical of the movie are in need of a good rest and get a real life. The movie is not about action, but about a journey, a slow and steady one. And it is very worth it. The ending is great and it is the best and most moving ending I have ever seen in a movie.

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Jean R.

This movie is in my opinion, one of the best movies ever made. It is very realistic, and very well done. All of the actors and actresses in it are great. I like this movie because it has a very deep meaning. All of the scenes are very important in their own way. It tells you about the human mind. This movie is about how we treat others. We don't treat them the way we would like to, we try to treat them as we want to, but if we do that, we will see the world that is about to be given to us. We cannot be who we want to be. In this movie, we see how we treat the ones that we love. It is very sad. It is a very important message. I give this movie 8 out of 10. It is a great movie, and a must see.

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Lawrence B.

Frieda, an actress who was born in East Germany, is a black woman in a film that has a strong anti-reactionary message. Her career consists of an illegal underground film, several plays, a TV-series, and her own website. The film is made by her mother and her sister, but it is Frieda who directs it and is the one who takes the brunt of the punishment. I was fascinated by the film because it was made by a black woman in the Communist period, who made her films without the backing of the Communist Party, but who has found her voice and is in the final analysis a very strong figure who speaks the truth about her country and the political climate. The film is an indictment of the system and the world we live in, which does not know what it wants. In this world, where is the reality of the possibility of love and respect and decency, which are still missing in this society, where is the reality of the existence of a woman, who is still in the closet, who has been forced to leave her own family, and who is now on the run. This is a film that will be one of the last that will be able to stand up and fight for her right. Frieda's film "Aufgaben" (under the Füßen) is one of the best films I have seen in the last ten years. It shows that the most important thing about art is what you make it out to be.

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Billy P.

While the story isn't exactly groundbreaking, it's done very well. The performances are good, and the characters are well-developed. The message is a bit thin and far-fetched, but it's done in such a way that it is understandable. It does get a bit too long for my taste, but I would recommend it. It's better than your average teen-slasher movie.

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This is a wonderful, funny, insightful movie about the whole hippie era. It's also a great movie about the fact that all young people are really very different. If you're an older person, you might be a little bored with this movie. It's more about life than hippies. I have never seen such a good movie about hippies and all their ideas and actions. If you're a person who's lived through this era, you may enjoy this movie more than you'd think. I saw it at a film festival and people were talking about it and laughing and applauding. This is a movie that really goes beyond all of that hippie stuff. If you're really interested in hippie culture, you might be interested in this movie. If you're a person who's lived through this era, you might enjoy this movie more than you'd think. You might think it's a little boring but it's really not. This movie is funny, clever and great.

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Lawrence Gonzales

The movie "The Innocents" is a German film, which has been directed by the German-born German-American filmmaker Klaus Kinski. The film is based on a novel by the late German author Ulrich Seidel. It was written in 1987, but only released in 1990. The film stars German actress Liesel von Anhalt, and German actor Klaus Kinski. The film tells the story of a young woman named Anna, who is in love with a man named Georg, who is the head of a prestigious pharmaceutical company. Anna's life is complicated by the fact that Georg is a homosexual and she has to choose between her love for him, or her life as a single mother. The movie is not very realistic, but it is a good movie. The acting is good, and the story is interesting. I recommend it to people who like a good story. I give it a 7/10.

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Kurt Weill, the President of the University of Vienna, in the movie "Weill" (The Joke), tells how an old man is helping a young man to kill himself. The young man does not want to kill himself, but wants to be responsible for his own death. As it happens, Weill has some acquaintance with the young man and he decides to help him to take his own life. Weill has a good understanding of what the young man is thinking and that makes him do the right thing. This is what motivates Weill to help the young man to kill himself. The movie is good, as we have a great story, excellent acting and good directing. The only problem I have with the movie is that there are some flaws in the script and it is difficult to understand all the meaning of the movie. I recommend this movie, as it is a good film with a good message. I rate this movie 8/10.

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Willie A.

I think "Noir" is one of the best films I have ever seen. It is a film about family and the fears that it creates in each of us. I'm not sure how this film is going to be received, but I can guarantee that it will not be. It is difficult to say what is the worst part about the film, because the quality of the film itself makes the bad parts seem very minor. It is the story, the characters, the emotions and the comedy that make the film so compelling. I can't say that I was completely thrilled by the film, but I was thoroughly engrossed. I hope that this film gets wide distribution, because I feel it deserves to. I think that this is one of the best films that I have ever seen, and it has gotten to me because of the quality of the film itself. I hope that this film gets to be appreciated by the critics, and I hope that it is distributed. I can't wait to see this film again.

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Jason Hudson

A German film from the 90's about a group of American friends who go to a German holiday resort and get involved in a sexual relationship with the local women. The main character, played by Peter Riegert, is a homosexual, and the film shows his struggle with his sexuality. The film is somewhat slow and the ending is predictable, but the film is worth seeing for the performances by Riegert and the film's realistic depiction of a German holiday resort.