Desire Will Set You Free (2015) is a English,German,Arabic,Hebrew movie. Yony Leyser has directed this movie. Yony Leyser,Tim-Fabian Hoffmann,Chloe Griffin,Amber Benson are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2015. Desire Will Set You Free (2015) is considered one of the best Comedy,Drama,Romance movie in India and around the world.
Desire Will Set You Free is a feature film that explores life in contemporary Berlin with an often critical and sometimes humorous eye. Based on a true story, the plot follows the relationship of an American writer of Israeli/Palestinian descent and a Russian aspiring artist working as a hustler, offering access to the city's vibrant queer and underground scenes while examining the differences between expatriate and refugee life. Our characters travel through Berlin's layered history and unique subcultural landscape; on their adventures they discover influences and remnants of the Weimar Republic, WWII, the Bowie years, and punk. Many original Berlin personalities play themselves and the locations are all real Berlin locations. The film features performances by the queen of punk Nina Hagen, electro star Peaches, Brooklyn's Blood Orange, German sensation Rummelsnuff, rapper Sookee, Einstürzende Neubauten's Blixa Bargeld; and Wolfgang Müller, plus cast members Amber Benson (of Buffy ...
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What begins as a sort of Felliniesque exploration of the LGBT milieu in contemporary Berlin slowly morphs into a poignant tale involving a young gay male writer, his lover who transitions to being transgender, and his lesbian friend who after much philandering ultimately goes straight/bisexual and becomes pregnant. The director creates a wild merry-go-round in a kaleidoscope of dazzling color and visual compositions. The only drawback is its oftentimes distracting mixture of dubbed English and German dialogue. A better choice would have been to have the dialogue all in German with English subtitles, which would have given the film a more natural and convincing flow. Nevertheless it still succeeds as an engaging and visually captivating film.