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The Astronauts' Bodies (Die Körper der Austronauten) (2018)

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When his two mature children Anton, (19) and Linda (19), start leaving the house, as they just have graduated from school, father Michael (55) stops taking care of his body as a protest. His son Anton takes part in a bed-rest-study to contribute to space-traveling, while his sister Linda is in search of her first love and is drawn to a young man, who seems to have similar problems like her father. The film is a poetic story about the progression of thoughts and dreams to go to space and about the organic beauty of the human body, its desires and longings.

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The result is less science fiction than a metaphor drawn from it: a peculiar family portrait whose characters, though all lost in their own space, never stray far from their immediate earthbound environs (except in flights of fancy).

April 28, 2018 | Full Review…

It's a provocative, poetic trip, and an excellent debut for an international talent.

February 15, 2018 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

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