Emma's Bliss (Emmas Glück)
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Emma's Bliss (Emmas Glück)
First-time German writer-director Sven Taddicken authors and helms the unconventional romance Emmas Gluck (AKA Emmas Bliss, 2006). The film opens on Max (Jordis Triebel), an ungifted car salesman who learns from his physician that he's dying of pancreatic cancer and only has a short time to live. On impulse, Max lifts a large sum of cash from his boss's holdings, and takes off for Mexican beaches. An auto accident, however, waylays him, and he has a chance encounter with Emma, a slightly hostile and thoroughly lonely pig breeder who opts to slaughter her hogs by holding them gently… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Merika empneysmena eyrimata (...) kai dyo entyposiakes ermineies, poy mporei na min arkoyn apo mones toys, alla kanoyn poly perissotera ap' osa tha perimenes gia na se kratisoyn ksypnio stoys halaroys rythmoys."
‑ Joseph Proimakis, Movies for the Masses
"A smooth if unoriginal mix of emotions, heart, whimsey and farm animals."
‑ Boyd van Hoeij, european-films.net
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