In the Fade (Aus dem Nichts) (2017)
Critic Consensus: In the Fade proves Diane Kruger is more than up to the task of carrying a movie -- even if the end result doesn't quite live up to her remarkable work.
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as Katja Sekerci
as Danilo Fava
as Jurgen Moller
as Nuri Sekerci
as Edda Moller
as Andre Moller
as Judge Grabow
as Nikolaos Makris
as Annemarie, Katja's Mother
as Ali, Nuri's Father
as Hulya, Nuri's Mother
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Critic Reviews for In the Fade (Aus dem Nichts)
It offers no easy solutions or quick uplift, yet there's still a movie-of-the-week feel to the proceedings, which seem to offer topicality without context.
It asks questions about grief and justice that resonate with these perilous times, all the more so in light of recent terror atrocities the world over.
[Kruger's] performance sustains interest in the movie when director and co-writer Fatih Akin ("Head-On"), after a highly promising start, takes it into C-grade Liam Neeson territory.
To say that the many parts of "In the Fade" are held together by Kruger would be an understatement. As a cocktail of grief, fury and regret, [Dianne Kruger is] a remarkably original protagonist.
Superb as Ms. Kruger is, there's nothing she can do to keep the taut, heartfelt narrative from going off the rails.
Audience Reviews for In the Fade (Aus dem Nichts)
Diane Kruger delivers a powerful performance that conveys with full intensity the pain of losing the people we love to hate and intolerance, in a compelling drama that exposes with sensitivity and intelligence a tragic cycle of violence that brings only more violence.
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