Berlin Syndrome (2017) 1080p YIFY Movie

Berlin Syndrome (2017) 1080p

A passionate holiday romance leads to an obsessive relationship, when an Australian photojournalist wakes one morning in a Berlin apartment and is unable to leave.

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  • Genre: Drama | Horror
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 2.13G
  • Resolution: 1920x808 / 25.000 fpsfps
  • Language: English  
  • Run Time: 116
  • IMDB Rating: 6.3/10 
  • MPR: Normal
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The Synopsis for Berlin Syndrome (2017) 1080p

While holidaying in Berlin, Australian photojournalist, Clare meets Andi, a charismatic local man and there is an instant attraction between them. A night of passion ensues. But what initially appears to be the start of a romance suddenly takes an unexpected and sinister turn when Clare wakes the following morning to discover Andi has left for work and locked her in his apartment. An easy mistake to make, of course, except Andi has no intention of letting her go again. Ever.

The Director and Players for Berlin Syndrome (2017) 1080p

[Director]Cate Shortland
[Role:]Max Riemelt
[Role:]Teresa Palmer
[Role:]Matthias Habich

The Reviews for Berlin Syndrome (2017) 1080p

Review: Berlin Syndrome - A psychological tornado of violence and suspense.Reviewed byAlexFalzonVote: 7/10

I've never seen Teresa Palmer in a film before, which is especially weird because she's Australian. I'm sorry that I haven't, because she was utterly fantastic in Berlin Syndrome.

The story is fairly simple; an Australian tourist is swept off her feet by a charming local in Berlin, staying with him for a couple of days before realising that she isn't allowed to leave.

Palmer's performance as Clare is so excellent that counterpart Max Riemelt can barely keep up, but keep up he does. His character, Andi, can be dashing, friendly and witty, or he can be sinister, cold and (perhaps most frightening) entirely unreadable. While director Cate Shortland surely deserves an enormous share of the credit, a scene I found simply remarkable is one where Andi suffers a loss and we as an audience are still able to feel sympathy alongside Clare for this monster of a human being.

Presumably borrowing the title from Stockholm Syndrome, the lines in the relationship of Andi and Clare do begin to blur throughout the film. Where Clare feels resigned to her fate, she attempts to make the most of her situation. It's a heartbreaking journey into the human mind and what it will do to survive – or keep from going insane. In certain scenarios it's impossible to tell if Clare is so deluded as to be sincerely happy or not, though these scenarios are of course interspersed with descents back into crippling despair.

What's interesting is that we don't simply follow Clare for the duration of the film, but just as often see how Andi is spending his day. It's an interesting division of screen time that frequently has the audience seeing a scene from Andi's point of view as he arrives home; we wonder along with him what Clare has been up to while he's been gone. It's a strangely fun viewing experience watching him examine the apartment for anything amiss or askew.

The cinematography is great, the score fantastic. One thing I loved about the film was its ability to convey so much wordlessly. The two main characters are regularly away from each other, and these scenes are therefore obviously less reliant on dialogue. Despite this, we are able to see and almost breathe the raw, exposed emotion of the duo.

The flaws in this film lay with a couple of weird editing choices (at some point we seem to be misled as to whether a character is painting their own toenails or someone else is painting the toenails of a cadaver, for some reason, and elsewhere a flight of stairs and multiple apartments could absolutely have been less disorienting). Clare also has access to a kitchen, but never uses a knife in an escape attempt. Because of the exciting moment where she finds a screwdriver in an early scene, one would assume that the kitchen is knifeless? but we're never shown an empty drawer or anything to indicate a lack of knives. It just felt a little off.

The ending was disappointing; it manages to be both predictable and nonsensical, which isn't a great combination. I didn't let that ruin the film for me, though; Berlin Syndrome is a wonderful character-study and a psychological tornado of violence and suspense.

Sidenote: Do people in Berlin just hate calling the police, or something? - for spoilers (and more reviews)

Reviewed bydavid-rector-85092Vote: 8/10/10

I love Cate Shortland's previous films: Somersault and Lore. I reallylike how the director evokes mood and stages her sequences, but this attimes brutal film has little point. Girl is trapped. Girl doeseverything she can to survive. Nearly 2 hours of watching Teresa Palmerendure her captivity in 'Berlin Syndrome' was pretty gruelling. I don'tsee or feel a journey as I did with the female protagonists in Cate'searlier work.

There is such talent in front of and behind the camera here, but itfeels like a step backwards. I get there must be an audience for thistype of content, and I rate it still pretty highly because of myrespect for the director, but it isn't a patch on her first 2.

Reviewed bymjsregVote: 7/10/10

I saw this film without having any idea of the plot other than it was athriller about an Australian tourist in Germany.

The production is very well done. It has enough stylising to make itvisually interesting without being overbearing - it fits the subject,which is the darker side of a European country that has emerged from anold oppressive regime.

I don't recall seeing either of the main cast (Teresa Palmer and MaxRiemelt) in anything before and was impressed by their portrayal ofClare and Andi. The characters were real - they were believable.

Overall this is a good quality film worth watching, especially if youare a fan of movies that portray the darker side of life withoutridiculous amounts of inappropriate gore.

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