Die Unberührbare (No Place to Go)
Die Unberührbare (No Place to Go) (2001)

A portrait of an author at the end of her life and career, based on the life of German writer Gisela Elsner. Hanna Flanders is a writer living in Munich who travels to Berlin just as the Berlin Wall is coming down. An admirer of East… More

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Steve Rhodes
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Setting a glacial pace, the director takes a long time to say very little.

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John Ballantine
Sadly I was quite happy when the Gisela Elsner commits suicide (sorry for the spoiler). It meant that the end of the film was near.