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Berlin Syndrome

Berlin Syndrome

Directed by Cate Shortland

Australia, 2017

HOME, 14 June 2017

There is this young woman Clare, an Australian photographer, who  travels to Berlin for a ‘life experience’ – as many people do. 126 more words

Film Review

Lore (2012)

Left to fend for themselves after their SS officer father and mother, a staunch Nazi believer, are interred by the victorious Allies at the end of World War II, five German children undertake a harrowing journey that exposes them to the reality and consequences of their parents’ actions. 36 more words

Berlin Syndrome - Good Thriller, Too Long

My favorite types of films are thrillers. Thrillers such as The Gift by Joel Edgerton or Nightcrawler by Dan Gilroy were the films that helped me become such a film fanatic, and the reason for that was that it showed me how many emotions one could feel during a short amount of time. 404 more words

Film Reviews

Opinion: "Berlin Syndrome" (2017)

Berlin Syndrome was one of the many films which premiered at Sundance that I wanted to see and now I’ve finally been able to do just that thing, and let me tell you this: it was worth the wait. 926 more words


Berlin Syndrome (2017)

Plot: A one-night stand takes a disturbing turn for Clare when she is held captive in his apartment, unable to escape.

Director: Cate Shortland

Starring:  297 more words


Interview: Cate Shortland on Berlin Syndrome

Kendyl interviews director Cate Shortland about her newest film, Berlin Syndrome (2017) based on the book by Melanie Joosten, about a photographer on a trip to Berlin who is held hostage after a one-night stand. 320 more words