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Unhappy End! - Die Schulfeindin
Unhappy End Episode 5: Die Schulfeindin

Germany 1994
produced by
Michael Huck, Vonny Kesisoglu for Gator-Group
directed by Michael Huck
starring Marlene Marlow, Kerstin Orf, Claudia Splitt
written by Michael Huck

Unhappy End

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Berlin, the subway: Angela (Marlene Marlow) and Miriam (Kerstin Orf), who years ago went to school together, meet. Angela, a beautiful blonde, has meanwhile made it big, she is studying, has good job offers, and she has spent some time abroad - and her rich daddy is paying for her posh lifestyle. Miriam meanwhile was less lucky: She dropped out of school prematurely, had a string of dead-end-jobs she didn't even care to keep, and she hasn't got anyone to pay for anything ... and she steals Angela's purse out of her bag ...

Later, and Angela's place: Miriam comes by to bring back Angela's purse which she claims dropped out of her bag, and she invites herself in. Angela's attempts to politely get rid of her fail, then all of a sudden, even Miriam's friend Karin (Claudia Splitt) drops by ... and the two start behaving more and more rude towards Angela ... until they tie her up and take her ATM-card, force her to give them her code and start withdrawing money, all while continuously teasing and torturing Angela.

Why ?

Because Miriam thinks it was Angela who has stolen her boyfriend while they were back in school and now she blames everything that happened later, beginning with her dropping out of school, on Angela, and she also thinks Angela is to blame for the fact that she had a rich daddy, good looks and she always had it better ...

Ultimately, in an unguarded moment, Angela can free herself, and in a fit of rage, she stabs both Miriam and Karin to death quite violently ... and it might just be that with this she has ruined her own life, and Miriam gets her revenge after all ...


This independently produced featurette, running approx. 30 minutes, is nothing big, telling a story that's pretty straight forward, but it does feature decent camerawork, well-written dialogue and carefully fleshed out characters not usually found in this kind of film, which makes it totally watchable even if indie-thrillers are not your type of film.


PS: In 2011, Michael Huck has released a new, re-cut, re-scored version of Die Schulfeindin. To learn more about the new version, click here!


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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