Nothing Bad Can Happen
Directed by Katrin Gebbe
A young Christian has his faith tested in horrific ways after he’s taken in by a cruel sadist. When young Christian Tore helps a stranger named Benno, he’s invited back to Benno’s home and is taken in by his family. But this is no warm and fuzzy adoption tale. The twisted Benno soon decides to test Tore’s faith in God in sadistic ways. Will Tore realize that his suffering is not part of God’s plan and fight back? Or will he keep turning the other cheek? LIke THE WOMAN if it were directed by Lars von Trier or Michael Haneke, Katrin Gebbe’s tale of torment is a (sadly) still relevant meditation on the banality of evil and how good people often do nothing in the face of it.
A young Christian has his faith tested in horrific ways after he’s taken in by a cruel sadist.
Cast: Julius Feldmeier, Sascha Alexander Gersak, Annika Kuhl
Nothing good can happen either apparently. There's no movie here. Just a boring attempt to be introspective without any real visual or plot direction. This is mediocre cinema trying to pass itself off as controversial by copy-pasting a crime read over the internet instead of actually developing any original plot or character development. There are a lot of good movies out there. We can't watch them all unfortunately, so don't waste your time with this one.
Dude just kept going back... main character was an idiot. Otherwise decent dark story.
Dark and disturbing!
Four rotten chickens. Pretty good movie. Good acting. I am unsure if I should feel sorry for the main character or applaud his determination.