"Do we want to be sheep?" The Match Factory has released an official promo trailer for a German political thriller titled Je Suis Karl, which was recently announced for the upcoming Berlin Film Festival. The film is debuting in the Berlinale Specials section this March as a world premiere, fittingly because it takes place primarily in Berlin dealing with politics. Maxi, the survivor of a terrorist attack, joins the beguiling student Karl and becomes part of a European youth movement; one that aims for nothing less than seizing power. The film's cast features Luna Wedler, Jannis Niewöhner, Milan Peschel, Edin Hasanovic, Fleur Geffrier, Elizaveta Maximová, and Marlon Boess. It's hard to tell which side of the political battle this film is supporting – which might be the whole point anyway. At least from this footage, it seems like it might be saying these people are being radicalized. But maybe not? Compared to Und Morgen die Ganze Welt, this film seems a bit more potentially problematic. But I'm curious to find out nonetheless what it's trying to say. ›››
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