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System Crasher

System Crasher

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Year

2019

Duration

120 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

German (English subtitles)


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Bennie is a nine year old girl whose life has become very complicated. Due to her anger issues, which seem to stem from a childhood trauma, Bennie cannot seem to control herself long enough to find a home, whether that is at a children’s sanctuary or living back with her own biological mother. On her endless search for love and acceptance, Bennie drives everyone around her to despair – is there anybody that can help her? This German-language drama is a smart, intense and realistic look at how the care system works and how we, as a society, can often fail those who are most vulnerable.

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15 Classification

very strong language, distressing scenes, strong threat, domestic abuse.

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