Bungalow (film)

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Bungalow
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DVD cover
Directed by Ulrich Köhler
Produced by Tobias Büchner
Peter Stockhaus
Written by Henrike Goetz
Ulrich Köhler
Starring Lennie Burmeister
Trine Dyrholm
Devid Striesow
Nicole Gläser
Release date(s) 7 February 2002 (2002-02-07)
Running time 85 minutes
Country Germany
Language German, English, Danish

Bungalow is a 2002 German film directed by Ulrich Köhler and starring Lennie Burmeister, Trine Dyrholm, Devid Striesow, and Nicole Gläser.

Plot[edit]

Paul is a German soldier who goes AWOL when the truck he is riding in stops at a fast food restaurant. He then returns home to where his older brother Max lives. Paul is immediately attracted to Max's girlfriend, Lene, and tries to entice her into a sexual relationship, but she refuses. Paul is shown to be angry and loses his temper at those around him, including his brother, his old friend, and his ex-girlfriend.

The military soon begins to look for him. After they arrive at his house, Paul runs to a nearby motel. Lene visits him, and they have sex in his motel room. Two military officers, along with Max, track him down at the motel, but Paul disappears.

Background[edit]

The film was produced in June/July 2001 in Gladenbach and Bad Endbach in Hesse.

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