Talking about the weather

Berlinale 2022

Talking about the weather

A Film by Annika Pinske

2022 - Germany - Drama - 2.39:1 - 90 min.

with Anne Schäfer , Anne-Kathrin Gummich , Judith Hofmann , Marcel Kohler & Max Riemelt

Language: German
Produced by Luise Hauschild and Mariam Shatberashvili

Clara made it: she has got away from her native provincial East Germany, now living a bohemian life in Berlin, teaching philosophy while finishing her Ph. D. Between an affair with one of her students and her testy friendship with her thesis advisor Margot, she barely has time to see her 15-year-old daughter, who mostly lives with her ex. But when Clara visits her mother for a weekend, she finds herself confronted with her ideal of an unfettered, self-determined life. How high is the price she must pay for it?

Berlinale 2022

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