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(6608) 6.9 101 min 2018

Transit is a movie starring Franz Rogowski, Paula Beer, and Godehard Giese. A man attempting to escape occupied France falls in love with the wife of a dead author whose identity he has assumed.

Godehard Giese, Paula Beer, Franz Rogowski, Lilien Batman
Drama, Sci-Fi
Christian Petzold

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Sci-Fi
Director Christian Petzold
Writer Anna Seghers, Christian Petzold
Stars Godehard Giese, Paula Beer, Franz Rogowski, Lilien Batman
Country France, Germany
Also Known As En tránsito, Tranzyt, 未来を乗り換えた男, La donna dello scrittore, Tranzit, Транзит, Em Trânsito
Runtime 1H 41M
Description German troops are fast approaching Paris. Georg, a German refugee, escapes to Marseille in the nick of time. In his luggage, he carries the documents of an author, Weidel, who has taken his own life in fear of his persecutors. Those documents include a manuscript, letters and visa assurance from the Mexican embassy. Everything changes when Georg falls in love with the mysterious Marie. Is it devotion or calculation that has led her to share her life with a doctor, Richard, before journeying on in search of her husband? He's said to have surfaced in Marseille in possession of a Mexican visa for him and his wife.

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Wednesday, 22 Jul 2020 15:48

I have to admit that I was afraid to take my girlfriend to see this film. We are both big fans of sci-fi movies, especially science fiction, and have watched quite a few of the genre. I know that this film is quite different from the norm, and I thought that maybe it would be interesting and take us off our little "Movie Flix" fix, but I was wrong. The film itself is something to watch, it's not meant to be taken too seriously, and not to be taken as a way of death. It's the fact that it takes us out of our "theater" and allows us to explore, that makes it so powerful. But the film is very much a "thriller" and it does force us to ponder what we are watching. The same goes for the characters, and the "I'll-never-know-what-happens-when" moment. The director, Michael Almereyda, uses very clever and ingenious camera-work to give us an overall view of what we are seeing, and he does it with a really minimal amount of dialog, which adds a lot to the overall effect of the film. I really loved the way the film used a simple, but quite effective song to show us that things are indeed very bad. The only negative I have about the film is that it does slow down a bit towards the end. It was still really good, and it's something that I would like to see again, but I think the middle and ending are a little bit long. All in all, a very unique film, that I would recommend to sci-fi fans, and anyone looking for a serious and suspenseful movie. Highly recommended!

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