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SCHMUCKLOS

by Thomas Schwendemann

synopsis

No projects, no apartment, no girlfriend, no money — but instead a proper high on many an occasion. Director Augustin has seen better times. Roland, an author, has similar problems. He hopes that moving from Vienna to Munich will put things in order, and turns for help to his distant acquaintance Augustin. Augustin hadn't been waiting for this moment, but fate brings the two together over a beer. Out of necessity, the idea of reopening Grandma's old pub in Giesing is born. Gentrification and the men's own disposition prove to be stumbling blocks, but together they make "Schmucklos" (meaning "plain" or "unadorned") an in locale. In passing, the film sketches a folksy portrait of the city of Munich and in particular its Giesing district, including the people who live in it.

original title: Schmucklos
country: Germany
year: 2019
genre: fiction
directed by: Thomas Schwendemann
film run: 109'
release date: DE 21/11/2019
screenplay: Stefan Fent, Thomas Schwendemann
cast: Stefan Fent, Thomas Schwendemann, Stefanie Mendoni, Franziska Zawila, Marianne Sägebrecht, Joseph Hannesschläger, Eisi Gulp, Michaela May, Uschi Glas, Günther Maria Halmer, Oliver Scheffel
cinematography by: Felix Raitz von Frentz
film editing: Sebastian Schweitzer, Thomas Schwendemann
music: Tomas Leonhardt, Chris Limburg, Gerrit Wunder
producer: Thomas Schwendemann
production: Zenofilm
distributor: Arsenal Filmverleih

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