Racial and psychological tensions, claustrophobically observed in both the workplace and at home, come to a head in Visar Morina’s masterfully directed thriller about one man’s identity crisis as a foreigner in Germany.
Germany 2020 | 121 minutes | In Albanian and German with English subtitles | Censors rating: M Violence, offensive language, nudity, sex scenes & suicide
Director: Visar Morina | With: Mišel Matičević, Sandra Hü ller, Rainer Bock, Thomas Mraz, Flonja Kodheli
- Online Rental: Tue 28 Jul, 10:00am until Mon 3 Aug, 11:00pm. Tickets on sale from 25 Jul.
- In Cinema Screenings:
Sat 25 Jul, 5:30pm Bridgeway Cinemas, Auckland*
Sun 26 Jul, 6:15pm Regent, Dunedin*
Mon 27 Jul, 2:00pm Len Lye Centre, New Plymouth*
Mon 27 Jul, 6:00pm SBS St James Theatre, Gore*
Mon 27 Jul, 8:00pm The Capitol Cinema, Auckland*
Mon 27 Jul, 8:15pm Lumière Cinemas, Christchurch*
Wed 29 Jul, 5:00pm Len Lye Centre, New Plymouth*
Wed 29 Jul, 7:45pm Rialto, Tauranga*
Sat 1 Aug, 3:00pm Hollywood Avondale, Auckland*
Sun 2 Aug, 3:45pm Monterey Cinemas Howick, Auckland*
Mon 3 Aug, 8:00pm The Capitol Cinema, Auckland*
* Tickets on sale from individual cinemas
About the Filmmaker:
Visar Morina was born in Kosovo and studied at the Cologne Academy of Media Arts. His debut Babai (2015) received multiple awards, including Best Director and European Cinema Label in Karlovy Vary and Best Script at Filmfest München. Exile is his second feature.
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