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
There are so many layers to this film. I love when the movie ends, I feel disturbed, and I’ve got to sit in silence for an hour just to pick it apart in my head. It was messed up and I loved it.
This movie was so stressful yet beyond disgusting to watch. It was not scary at all, just funky sick the things people do to each other. Momma no likey, not at all.
The main character was way too unbelievably weak. Idk, too dark for me, and I like dark. Stay out of Germany.
If you are being abused. Leave the situation. Or lose everything. Don't make excuses to stay.