Starring: Mike Hoffmann and Mathis Reinhardt

Quotable Quotes:

“I think you should really have a think about wether you’ve reached the point.”

“What point is that?”

“There is no point.”

“But there has to be.”

In a Nutshell:

A small quiet place in Thuringia. Andreas’ (Mike Hoffmann) workshop is running well again and Martin (Mathis Reinhardt) is not as much on the road as before. Son Max (16) is out of the house. Finally, the two have more time for themselves and travel in November to the Baltic Sea – as they have always done it before. But Martin is dissatisfied: the weather is bad and he would have preferred to stay at home. Andreas tears off his clothes and throws himself into the cold sea. Full of care, Martin tries to pull him back and swallows the salty water as he stumbles. Back in their holiday home the mood is disturbed by the different expectations. A cautious approach to the traces of a long relationship. “Paths” tells the love of two people. Not how they got together, not a period that they live through, but their common time: all the years between the first kiss and now.

Rating: 4 Stars

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Release Date:

Germany 13 February 2017 (Berlin International Film Festival)

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Starring: Mike Hoffmann and Mathis Reinhardt Quotable Quotes: “I think you should really have a think about wether you’ve reached the point.” “What point is that?” “There is no point.” “But there has to be.” In a Nutshell: A small quiet place in Thuringia. Andreas' (Mike Hoffmann) workshop is running well again and...