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THE GOOD NEIGHBOUR

by Stephan Rick

synopsis

The budding friendship between two very different neighbours takes a tragic turn when David runs over a young woman and causes her death. At Robert's insistence David leaves her lying and flees. While Robert hopes his new neighbour will now be irreversibly bound to him, David is increasingly devoured by feelings of guilt. When he meets Vanessa, the sister of his victim, he believes he can put things right. But he hasn't taken Robert into account. Robert is prepared to do anything to keep his neighbour to himself.

international title: The Good Neighbour
original title: Unter Nachbarn
country: Germany
year: 2011
genre: fiction
directed by: Stephan Rick
screenplay: Silja Clemens, Stephan Rick
cast: Maxim Mehmet, Charly Huebner, Petra Schmidt-Schaller, Ferdinand Fischer, Katharina Heyer, Anuschka Herbst
cinematography by: Felix Cramer
film editing: Florian Dreschler
art director: Christian Strang
costumes designer: Bettina Marx
music: Stefan Schulzki
producer: Christoph Holthof, Dániel Reich
production: Kurhaus Production
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