Everyone Else

Synopsis: While on a Mediterranean vacation, a seemingly happy boyfriend and girlfriend find their connection to one another tested as they bond with another couple.
Genre: Drama, Romance
Director(s): Maren Ade
Production: Cinema Guild
  7 wins & 18 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.7
Metacritic:
71
Rotten Tomatoes:
90%
UNRATED
Year:
2009
119 min
$11,009
Website
114 Views


No? Come on, it's fun.

Come on.

- Come on, finish your yoghurt.

- No.

Hey there.

- Rebecca...

- Are you awake?

Just come out...

- Don't play your Gameboy.

- But...

Come on, we're making ice cream.

No!

I still have to pack my stuff.

- Well?

- Hello.

- Everything alright?

- Yes.

Good.

- What is it?

- Looks quite good on you.

Hello...

Maybe you should visit your uncle more often.

- Did you have fun?

- Yes.

What is it about me you dislike so much?

When you don't like someone,

me for example, then that's not a problem.

But it is not good

when you don't tell me

because I absolutely don't know

if it is something I could change.

Can you give me an answer?

Why do you think I'm so bad?

Ok.

- You know what?

- What?

Keep it simple and say:

I hate you!

I hate you!

Louder. That can be much louder.

I hate you!

- I hate you!

- And now...

- I loathe you!

- I loathe you!

And now quietly but very angry:

Don't talk to me again!

- Don't talk to me again!

- Exactly.

And now you can shoot me...

Bang!

Bang!

I forgot to strip the beds.

That's ours.

Leave it for now.

I'll bring the sheets next time.

Who knows when we'll meet again?

Rebecca is freaking out.

Excuse me.

- See ya.

- Bye.

I want to talk to you about our sex life.

I can't manage anymore.

And that's why I brought myself some backup.

Hello, do I know you?

Good day.

You're a small one, huh?

Gitti is too.

You didn't promise a lot, Chris.

Stop annoying me!

What?

You...

You just make up stuff.

You hear that too, or is it just me?

Schnappi would like to know

what a penis actually is.

He would like one of his own,

but he needs more information.

But I told him,

I consider him to be far too small

and that he better not be spoiled too much.

Did you hear that too,

or was it just me?

I hear him too.

He told me something else.

What did he say to you?

That you have to shut your mouth

when I'm reading.

- No, that's not what he said.

- He did.

Stay like this.

Hello!

Hello hello!

Hello!

What are you doing?

- Who was that?

- Hans, our neighbour.

Damn, for a second I thought Hans had found us

and I look like a tranvestite.

- Ciao.

- Ciao.

It's really not a holiday

when Hans is around.

We don't have to associate with anyone.

Nobody knows where we are.

This is so typical.

Hans is the kind of person who always

comes by coincidentally,

from one thing comes another

and then he accidentally makes some contact.

At the Documenta fair,

nobody liked him.

Did you see what he made there?

Yes, it's really nice what he does.

It's quite something,

without being stupid.

Rebellious architecture.

What a shame.

Yes, that's how I please you. As a girl.

Yes.

I think it suits you.

Tell me,

do you actually think I'm masculin?

- Yes.

- Sure?

No, I just have to laugh

because of the question.

I thought it's something that will come.

With age.

But somehow it doesn't happen.

- When my hair is falling out.

- Are you becoming bald?

No, I really think you're pretty.

And sexy.

By the way, you don't have to be manly.

What do you mean by that?

Do something manly.

I'll tell you if I notice it.

God... That reminds me of something.

- I need to win the competition.

- For sure.

You're just feeling a bit unsuccesful.

I actually don't want to be unsuccesful.

No. Besides, you're absolutely not.

Did I tell you that I called them?

No.

The guy on the phone

knew about the design.

I promise you,

it's the truth. I know it.

- Why are you laughing?

- Because you fiddle so badly.

What do you mean?

With your arm.

- You haven't done that before.

- What?

I do it all the time.

And the references are on their way?

Ok...

Yes, we know that.

It wasn't too complicated.

Philip, that's not true.

It really wasn't that complicated.

Sure.

Ok. Don't be sad.

Yes.

Ok. Yes, see you later. Bye.

And?

Nothing finished yet.

They need more time.

Too bad...

- Maybe that's a good sign.

- That's no sign at all.

- How is Philip?

- He's fine.

Is my TV watching time over?

You don't understand a thing.

You're just wasting time.

You got to be kidding me?

You ban me from watching TV?

Are you upset?

Are you?

No. I'm just tired.

You look so sad.

- Can I ask you something?

- No.

- Do you hate me sometimes?

- Why would you ask me something like that?

Just now in the lounge for example.

There was this strange look in your eyes.

That was hate, no?

- I hate you when...

- I didn't ask you that.

- But I...

- That's not what I asked!

Come on, lie on top of me please.

Make yourself very heavy.

Hey, shall we go out?

- Yes?

- No.

Please. Today is Friday.

Please, please, please.

Let's go and dance.

Lets go to a club.

- Please!

- There's nothing to do now.

But there's a lot to do in town!

- Come on, please. Let's dance.

- No.

- Please, please, please...

- No, I don't feel like it.

- Please, please, please!

- Are you stupid?

What?

What does that mean?

I said you look fantastic.

You don't feel like it.

Can you speak German please?

Your mother had an obsession.

Look at this. Party!

- It's really something here.

- It used to be fuller here.

Maybe we're too early.

And what kind of music do they play here?

Oh, this is amazing. Let's go

and have some fun on the dancefloor.

Come on, let's go. Show me what you got.

Come on, show me some moves.

- This is sh*t.

- Go for it.

You're so stupid.

Can't we do it without?

It's much nicer.

It's nicer this way.

I love you.

I love you.

No, don't always answer me like this.

You make me so happy.

I'm so happy I've found you.

You were the most beautiful

woman in the club that day.

I love you.

What are you going to rebuild here?

It's perfect as it is.

I'm not planning on rebuilding anything.

It's just a renovation.

I would do it.

It will be fun. Something different.

You're not serious.

So...

Here, he would like some kind of lounge area

with some kind of curved bar.

And the style would be a bit Japanese.

So, you want to get rid of the country-style?

I will borrow a Jeep,

to drive to the building site

so I can shout at the Italians.

If we would have that much money,

I would come and help you.

Come on, be serious for a second.

I can't really be picky about this place.

No, but I think you can really make

something cool out of this place.

Why can't we make time for this.

- Because it has nothing to do with me.

- I would do it.

Come on, let's have an afternoon nap.

I won't be able to get an erection.

My dad thinks I can get some contacts.

Anyway, you have to wait and see

how the competition will turn out.

Or you can do both?

We should go for a walk.

Soon it will be too late.

We have to demolish that thing.

It will only get worse.

Oh my god.

- Oh, sh*t.

- Damn, you're bleeding.

Oh my god.

Everything is covered in blood.

Get something to clean.

Who the f*** closed the door?

- We're driving to the hospital.

- I want to go for a walk.

You're crazy!

We're driving to the hospital now.

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Maren Ade

Maren Ade (German: [ˈmaːʁən ˈaːdə]; born 12 December 1976) is a German film director, screenwriter and producer. Ade lives in Berlin, teaching screenwriting at the Film Academy Baden-Württemberg in Ludwigsburg. Together with Janine Jackowski and Jonas Dornbach, she also runs the film production company Komplizen Film. more…

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