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Subject 101

Germany 2022
produced by
Chris Krueger, Billy Plymouth (executive) for K24/7, Megalomania
directed by Tom Bewilogua
starring Cem-Ali Gültekin, Guntbert Warns, Guido Föhrweißer, Antonio Wannek, David Berton, Janina Elkin, Youssef Maghrebi, Gianna Valentina Bauer, Meryem Gültekin, Neil Malik Abdullah, Tino Führer, Tim Quathamer, Gero Grimm, Erhan Savas, Adrian Maier, Massieh Abdul, Sali Landricina, Ali Rasouldzadegan, Uwe Wichmann, Mathias Wichmann
written by Tom Bewilogua, music by Gordon Krei

review by
Mike Haberfelner

All 101 (Cem-Ali Gültekin) wanted was a job, preferably something legal, above-the-counter. But of course, he's an immigrant in a country whose language he hardly speaks, and he's presently without a home - so when Zekko (Antonio Wannek) offers him work as a courier at his security company and a (just about) decent place to live at, 101 is in no position to turn it down. Sure, the job sounds dodgy, but since it pays for his living, 101 doesn't even ask what the bags he's to deliver contain - and then he gets shot at, passes out, and when he comes to in his own apartment, the wound's not only been taken care of but is also almost healed. As weird as this is, it's also a good thing. That said though, this event also triggers violent tendencies in 101 he didn't know he even had, and before long he begins to wonder whether his mind is actually his own ...


Now one thing up front, Subject 101 isn't exactly an easy watch, it doesn't immediately open itself up to the viewer, in large parts relies on hints and associations and leaves much to one's own interpretation - which in this case is a good thing, too, as it gets the viewer more engaged in the on-screen goings-on, keeps one guessing and coming up with one's own solutions. And a very stylish no-nonsense directorial effort very beautifully carries the film that, again, might not be for everyone, but is a very rewarding cinematic experience for those inclined.

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