The New Waves


Andreas Goldstein | Germany | 2018 | 100 min.
O.V. German subtitle in Spanish and English.

The summer of 1990 seems set to be complicated. Evelyn, a waitress, has just caught Adam (who is a ladies’ tailor) in a compromising position with one of his clients. Evelyn runs off (on holiday with some friends) and Adam follows her, heading west. And among various amorous liaisons, they are faced with the fall of the Berlin Wall. Summer relaxation and Rohmer-style lightness are interwoven at a crossroads in life where the personal cannot escape from the political. Or viceversa.

Direction: Andreas Goldstein
Script: Andreas Goldstein, Jakobine Motz
Cinematography: Jakobine Motz
Editing: Jakobine Motz Music: Lars Voges
Sound: Markus Krohn
Cast: Anne Kanis, Florian Teichtmeister, Lena Lauzemis, Milian Zerzawy, Christin Alexandrow
Production: Heino Deckert
Production Company: Fiction

Andreas Goldstein

He was born in 1964 in East Berlin, where he trained as a composer and graduated in cultural studies and theatre from Humboldt University. Later he studied film direction at the Konrad Wolfen Academy of Film and Television in Potsdam-Babelsberg. He began working as assistant director with Peter Voigt, and worked as freelance producer for Next Film (Laurens Straub) until 2008, when he founded Oktoberfilm GbR along with Susanne Binninger. Since then he has worked as producer and author. He also writes texts on film theory and criticism. His latest film Adam und Evelyn, premiered at Critics’ Week in Venice. 

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