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Die Unsichtbare (Cracks in the Shell) Reviews

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½ February 19, 2013
Engagingly directed by German filmmaker Christian Schwochow, Die Unsichtbare brings us the amazing story of a young girl who wants to be a theater actress and has a tough life. A consistently gripping and strikingly compassionate independent film.
½ October 8, 2012
I watched it on the 6th German Movies Festival of the Goethe Institut of Los Angeles. Extremely good!.
May 17, 2012
From the director of "Novemberkind" | "Intensive." (Tageszeitung")
April 30, 2012
Done to death narrative about a young actress losing herself in a new role via sexual inhibition - but only the Germans would come up with the twist that becoming a strumpet leads to absolute triumph.
March 29, 2012
The story of a shy actress who has to dig deep and transform into another person to satisfy a dictatorial director. Pretty much like Black Swan but not as good. There are a few differences; it is about acting on stage instead of ballet, it lacks the hallucinations, and it's in German. It is still reasonably compelling and well-acted.
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