Songs of Love and Hate

Synopsis: In an idyllic wine region at the foot of the Swiss Alps lives Rico with his two daughters and his wife Anna. The charming daughter, Lili, brings turbulence into the so far harmonious family...
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Katalin Gödrös
  1 nomination.
89 min

I think they have made it up.

To love!

I love you.

- Get some clothes on!

- Later

You don't sit down like that.


You should drink less!

I really don't have time for this now!

Then pull yourself together!





Rico asked me to come and get his coat.

He forgot to take it along.

Why isn't he fetching it himself?

Are you alright?

Yes, fine.

It's just that life's a bit hard,

right now.

- You're a wonderful woman.

- What?

Stop it

I'm sorry.

What's the time?

Are you hungry?


- Hi, Mom.

- Hello.

We're going upstairs.

Will you help me?

You don't mind...?

Lillie and Fabio? Why should I mind?

Better take care of me, for a change.

Of you?

- Before someone else will.

- Anna

- What are you trying to say?

- Martin.

Martin? What about Martin?

He tried to kiss me.






Lillie, come downstairs!

You'd better leave now.


Open the door, Lillie! Now!

- What's the matter?

- Get lost!

- Dad!?

- Get dressed. Come downstairs!

Come on!

Lend me a hand?

Rico! Leave her alone.

She's no kid any more.

True enough, but still

She'll bury the dog. Now!

Lay off! I won't touch him!

I refuse!


Rico! Leave her alone.


Your father I was scared stiff.

He really has a problem!

It was only because no idea

Oh well

Come on!

You OK?


Want a lift?

Don't you worry about Anna!


If I let go, you'll fall!

Do it, then!

My father thinks

Prinz drowned because of me.

- What do you think?

- An accident!


Maybe I did throw the stick

Don't talk rot.

Ouch, Lillie! Not so rough!

Ouch, Lillie, not so rough!

More, Lillie!

Stupid dog!

Where is Fabio?

He went home.


Wake up!

They say he went off the path

But why?

Go see him, Lillie.

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