Transit (2018 film)
|Directed by||Christian Petzold|
|Written by||Christian Petzold|
|Music by||Stefan Will|
Georg, at the last moment, flees from Paris to Marseille. But even Marseille is only an intermediate point: in the port city there can be only those who can prove that they are planning to go further, and this means that permission is required to enter a potential country. Georg can do it easily, because his baggage contains documents in the name of the writer Weidel, who committed suicide, and the guarantee of visa issuance by the Mexican embassy. Georg takes Weidel's name, and this allows him to move freely along with all the other refugees in the port city, hoping to get a ticket to the ship.
Refugees communicate in the corridors of a small hotel, in the waiting room of consulates, in cafés and bars in the harbor. George became friends with Driss, the son of his late comrade Heinz, who was killed during an escape attempt. Then he meets Marie Weidel and falls in love with this mysterious woman who is looking for her missing husband, that same writer.
- Franz Rogowski as Georg
- Paula Beer as Marie
- Godehard Giese as Richard
- Maryam Zaree as Melissa
- Ronald Kukulies as Heinz
- Press Office (6 February 2018). "Feb 06, 2018: Competition and Berlinale Special Are Complete". Berlin International Film Festival. Retrieved 6 February 2018.
- "Transit (2018)". Rotten Tomatoes. Fandango Media. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
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