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User Image Posted: Jan 15, 2018 1:07 PM (UTC)

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Hur kunde ditt liv ha sett ut om du valt en annan väg? Se Stellan Skarsgård och Nina Hoss i Volker Schlöndorffs drama Tillbaka till Montauk (2017) nu på #Cineasterna #ReturnToMontauk #StellanSkarsgård #VolkerSchlöndorff #NinaHoss #Bibliotek #Filmtips
User Image kino60krzesel Posted: Jan 12, 2018 11:57 AM (UTC)

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„Powrót do Montauk” gramy od dziś. Na „Serce miłości” zapraszamy 16 stycznia. Po projekcji zapraszamy na spotkanie z reżyserem, Łukaszem Rondudą. #sercemiłości #gutekfilm #returntomontauk #powrótdomontauk #kinostudyjne #kino60krzesel #mos #gorzow #66400 #lukaszronduda @sadboytheory
User Image pestkasetoci Posted: Jan 4, 2018 7:11 PM (UTC)
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W 2018 rok wkraczam tak!
Dzisiejszy #ReturntoMontauk obudził demony i wspomnienia powróciły. Nie było wyśmienicie, ale ja to kupuję - 7/10

User Image kannukino Posted: Nov 14, 2017 10:57 AM (UTC)
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Jokaiseen elämään mahtuu yksi rakkaus, joka ei unohdu koskaan. Palo, joka kenties laantuu, mutta ei sammu vuosienkaan saatossa. Return to Montauk KannuKinossa huomenna keskiviikkona klo 18.30. Tervetuloa!
#kulttuuriespoo #espoonkeskus #kannukino #kannu #espoo #atlanticfilm #returntomontauk
User Image authentictraveler.vicsimon Posted: Oct 26, 2017 11:53 PM (UTC)

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#ReturnToMontauk official entry to the Berlin International Film Festival 2017 is a  tasteful, high-minded literary soap opera from director Volker Schlondorff, best known for “The Tin Drum,” his most acclaimed film that took the Palme d’Or at Cannes in 1979 and won the Academy Award for foreign language film. This film features a famous sixty-something novelist, Max Zorn (Stellan Skarsgård), who arrives in New York from his Berlin home for a week-long promo tour for his latest masterpiece. He is married to  Clara (Susanne Wolff), one of his publicists. His hidden agenda, however, is to reunite with Rebecca (Nina Hoss), the woman he loved but left in New York 17 years ago. As the film opens, he speaks directly to the camera, stating the words of wisdom his dying father allegedly gave him on his deathbed: "the only two things that matter are the biggest mistake you ever made, and the biggest regret for what you didn’t do." This statement is actually foolish since it implies that only one's biggest mistake and regret matter but it limns the film's whimsical intellectual charm, spices the drama with European fatalism, and gives Max the motive to do something to his biggest mistake and regret. He loves Clara but apparently, being comfortably married to her does not make him happy. When he finally finds Rebecca, who is now a hotshot corporate lawyer, she is initially cold and remote but later, she invites him to spend a Saturday drive to Montauk, the tip of Long Island, to visit a friend’s beach house that she is thinking of buying. It was in Montauk where they spent their happiest moments years ago, and this long drive gives them the opportunity to seek resolution to their unanswered questions, confront their past, and deal with the pain that comes with remembering it. This meditative film is not for everyone but may appeal to a limited audience only judging from the few brave cineaste who attended its screening at the recent #GermanFilmWeek #GermanFilmFestival2017 😎👌😘 #TravelViaFilm #Film #Travel #AuthenticTravel
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