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The Grass Is Always Greener

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Time Out says

Klier's dour black-and-white feature stars Baka (from Kieslowski's Short Film About Killing) as the gentle but alienated youth who tires of the futility of his eked-out existence in depressed Poland - changing money, fencing cheap stolen goods - and hotfoots it to Berlin while he prepares his emigration plans for the US. The film scores in its documentary-style comparative tour around the low dives and low-lives of the marginals and petty criminals found in the dead-end parts of Warsaw and West Berlin, but suffers overly from miserabilism, muted performances, and the lack of an overall organising perspective.
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Release Details

  • Duration:79 mins

Cast and crew

  • Director:Michael Klier
  • Screenwriter:Michael Klier, Gustav Barwicki
  • Cast:
    • Miroslaw Baka
    • Marta Klubowicz
    • Michael Krause
    • Josef Zebrowski
    • Anna Pastewka
    • Anja Klein
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