Barfuss (Barefoot)
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Barfuss (Barefoot)
German writer-director Til Schweiger's romantic comedy Barefoot (Barfuss) concerns itself with the plight of Nick Keller (Schweiger) a young man branded as an outcast and a ne'er-do-well by his exorbitantly wealthy family. Unable to hold a permanent job, and harboring deep-seated contempt for anyone in a position of authority, Nick retains the admiration and respect of only his mother, who persistently believes that one day, he will somehow rise above his loser past and accomplish something of merit. Indeed, this appears to be the case when Nick accepts a job at a psychiatric clinic… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Despite being highly derivative and often predictable, 'Barefoot' contains some truly funny moments, and even an occasional moment of saving grace"
‑ Les Wright, culturevulture.net
"A very manipulative, Hollywood style film that works despite its cliche-filled plot because of its performances and breathtaking cinematography."
‑ Boyd van Hoeij, european-films.net
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