In this personal, inter-continental love story two ex-lovers, Lina (Linnea Saasen), a Norwegian dancer and Anderson (Alex Holdridge), an American filmmaker, meet by chance during a visit to Berlin. Their romance is rekindled in spite of the fact that they are both moving to opposite ends of the earth in the next forty-eight hours. Meanwhile Anderson’s friends, Stephen (Rupert Friend) and Friederike (Jennifer Ulrich), toy with exploring the sexual boundaries of their long-term relationship. Berlin nestles these couples in her outstretched streets, while they wrestle with the perennial challenge of finding love, recognizing it and keeping it alive.
User Reviews: This movie really surprised me. It made me laugh and made me cry. I really felt invested in the characters. I’ was so excited with the outcome but don’t want to give it away. This is a great date movie and the theater I saw it in had a wide range of ages watching and it seemed to be universally enjoyed. When looking for a really nice , not too heavy story to relax and enjoy, I would give this a watch. The scenery in the film is another bonus. I haven’t been to Europe but almost feel like I have now. Overall storyline takes you through the trials and tribulations of many adults with their career choices and struggles and their relationship trials and tribulations and I felt like they tapped into my emotions in both of these areas and gave me a fun roller coaster ride of enjoyment