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Victoria

Victoria
Victoria

Year

2015

Duration

138 minutes

Genres

Crime, Thriller

Language

English / German / Spanish (English subtitles)

When new-to-Berlin Victoria meets flirtatious Sonne and his mates on a night out clubbing, she is persuaded to stay out for one more drink and see the sun rise over the city from one of their favourite hangouts. Victoria finds herself increasingly attracted to Sonne, and despite needing to leave for work as the morning creeps up she agrees to help him when trouble unexpectedly arises. Suddenly in over her head with the situation unfolding rapidly, the consequences of Victoria’s spur-of-the-moment decisions mount up. Shot in just a single take, this is a pacy and breathtaking thriller set to an atmospheric score by composer Nils Frahm.

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Strong language, drug use.

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