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Don't Look for Me (Such mich nicht)

Don't Look for Me
Scene from "Don't Look for Me" (photo © Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg)

Anna is a contract killer. She doesn’t feel any guilt, but it’s a lonely Job. Her boss, Lewin is the only one she can trust, and he’s a cold professional. While setting up a hit, she meets Lino, whose kind and easygoing nature fascinates her. They spend a night together, but no more. She cannot allow herself the luxury of a relationship. Her next “mark“ turns out to be a contract killer who wants to retire. She is caught off guard, is wounded and only barely manages to escape. Not sure if she can still trust Lewin, she goes to Lino’s. He wants her to confide in him, but she can’t. Gradually though, as she recovers, she opens up to him. Lewin tracks Anna down and insists that she attend to her unfinished business, which she does. When she then says she wants to retire, Lewin agrees - on one condition. She must take out Lino.
Genre Thriller, Drama
Category Feature
Year of Production 2004
Director Tilman Zens
Screenplay Alexander Buresch
Cinematography Daniel Moeller
Vanessa Rossi
Stefan Schulzki
Pierre Alexandre Brayard
Cast Lea Mornar, Udo Schenk, Stipe Erceg, Marc Zak, Lenn Kudrjawizki
Producer Rüdiger Heinze
Production Company Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg, in co-production with HR/Frankfurt, WDR
Runtime 80 min
Format 35 mm, color
Subtitled Version English
Sound Technology Dolby SR
Festivals Munich 2004, Oldenburg 2004, Montreal 2004, Braunschweig 2004, Seville 2004 (In Competition), Berlin 2005 (German Cinema), Shanghai 2005, Cairo 2005

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