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BERLINALE 2024 Panorama

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Berlinale Panorama entry Every You Every Me

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- The second fiction feature by Michael Fetter Nathansky is a magical, social realistic love story set against the backdrop of one of the largest brown coal mining areas in Europe

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Berlinale Panorama entry Every You Every Me
Carlo Ljubek and Aenne Schwarz in Every You Every Me

At the age of 24, single mother Nadine leaves her home in the countryside to take a job as a factory worker in the coal industry near Cologne. When she begins to perceive and love her impulsive colleague Paul in different guises, she finally manages to feel herself again. The two become a couple and a great love develops between them. Seven years later, Nadine can only see Paul in his "true" outer form, which seems increasingly alien to her. Her job is threatened by structural change in the coal industry, and although Paul is a devoted family man, her love for him begins to dissolve. She decides to fight it and tries to revive the roles she once saw in him.

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This is the synopsis of Every You Every Me [+see also:
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, the second fiction feature by German director Michael Fetter Nathansky, which has been selected for the Panorama section of the 74th Berlinale, which will unspool from 15 to 25 February.

The director, who grew up in Cologne and Madrid, had his short film Gabi world-premiered in Berlinale's Perspektive Deutsches Kino section, where it won the German Short Film Award. His graduation film You Tell Me [+see also:
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won the main prize at the Ludwigshafen film festival and was nominated for the First Steps Award. He has also been a co-writer in Sophie Linnenbaum’s The Ordinaries [+see also:
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The director explains, "Behind the title Every You Every Me lies the promise to love a person in their entirety but also the unbearable burden of having to love more than your own heart is able to. Our film is an invitation to the audience to ask themselves: Who is every you and every me? And which of them do you love?"

Every You Every Me is produced by Virginia Martin and the director himself for Germany's Contando Films, Lucas Schmidt, Lasse Scharpen and Maren Schmitt for Germany's Studio Zentral and Wolfgang Cimera for Germany's Network Movie, with co-production by ZDF and Spain's Nephilim Producciones. Belgium's Be for Films handles international sales.

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(Translated from Spanish)

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