Matthew (Antoine Lahaie) is a young Canadian trying to make a fresh start in Berlin, but he feels the isolation of living in a strange, new city. When he meets the beautiful and charismatic Matthias (Nicolas Maxim Endlicher), he is immediately entranced. Soon Matthew's interest escalates, becoming an obsession. He begins to transform himself to embody the object of his desire, cutting his hair, and getting new clothes. When Matthias gets into a motorcycle accident, the opportunity is too perfect. Matthew can now become Matthias. In a coma in the hospital, Matthias' waking life, dreams and memories blur. Where the real ends, the artificial begins.
Antoine Lahaie, Nicolas Maxim Endlicher, Nina Kettiger, Vika Kirchenbauer, Lynn Lahaie, Ahmad Larnes, Antonio Onio, Ivan Rueda, Paul Auls, Filip Samuel Berg, Kévin Thomé de Souza, Søren Drastrup, Ali Esfahani, Valeria Farina, Luca Fuchs, Florian Geyder, Drew Lint, Edward Lorenz, Erik Mortagne, Linnea Palmestaal
The film evolves around Mathew who becomes totally fixated with Mathias to extent of altering his life to be so like Mathias. Interesting concept which works in parts but at times I felt the film makers were starching the script to breaking point. Felt this would have had more impact as a short film!
There is no plot or story line in this film- its just a series of set scenes that amount to nothing. Basically a complete waste of time that looks like it was made as a vanity project for art house cinemas. If I were you I just wouldn't bother!