date festival


European feature films

All Good

Alles ist gut

Eva Trobisch
2018 - Germany - 1h30

Screenings : monday 28 - 7:15 pm - Le Quai - T900 tuesday 29 - 10:00 am - Grand Théâtre thursday 31 - 7:30 pm - Multiplexe - 2
“If you don't see any problems, you don't have any” is Janne's attitude regarding the fact that her new boss's brother-in-law has slept with her against her will. She keeps the incident under wraps and lets everything take its normal course. Her silence has consequences, though, and not just for her relationship with Piet.
Eva Trobisch
Born in Berlin in 1983, Eva Trobisch worked as an assistant in theatre, then in film. In 2009, she enrolled at HFF München to study film directing, was a visiting student at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, and enrolled in a master's programme in screenwriting at the London Film School in 2015. Alles ist gut is her graduation film.

“The idea was never to make a film about rape. […] I developed the character to have a modern, educated, rational, cynical woman, a woman who claims the right to be what she wants to be, not to be constrained by anyone or anything. I wanted to question the strength and the limits of this self-determination, be they social, physical or emotional. […] In life, you never get an overall view, you just see bits. I preferred to follow my characters from behind or the side without ever knowing more than them or going into a room before they do. My characters have their own existences, I follow them, I don't explain them. I raise questions, I invite people to think with me, but I never have the solution. I neither want to nor am able to promise anything”. (Eva Trobisch)

Cast : Aenne Schwarz, Andreas Döhler, Hans Löw, Tilo Nest, Lina Wendel.
Screenplay : Eva Trobisch
Cinematography : Julian Krubasik
Sound : Julian Feijoo, Adrian Phillipp, Kai Ziarkowski Montage

Production : TRIMAFILM, HFF Munich, Starhaus Filmproduktion

French distributor : Wild Bunch