Die Unberührbare (No Place to Go) (2001) - Rotten Tomatoes

Die Unberührbare (No Place to Go) (2001)





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Flanders, a famous female author, travels to the German capitol in 1989 after the fall of the Berlin wall. She is deeply depressed because she saw the communistic states as a very good thing that has now ended. It seems that there is no one out there that understands her and she make her way back to Munich. After meeting several people there but still not finding one whom she can relate to it seems as if there will be no place to go.


Critic Reviews for Die Unberührbare (No Place to Go)

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

February 26, 2002 | Rating: 1.5/4 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Die Unberührbare (No Place to Go)

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.

John Ballantine
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