Kamera & TonMaik Seifert DrehbuchEduard Starcic MusikEduard Starcic
Co RegieSanaz Starcic Szenenbild & AusstattungEva Naomi Watanabe
Camera & SoundMaik Seifert ScreenplayEduard Starcic MusicEduard Starcic
Co DirectorSanaz Starcic Set design & EquipmentEva Naomi Watanabe
Der Einfluss von Karl auf Mark ist enorm. Der Mark ist in kurzer Zeit in der Lage, jeglichen, schweren Abhängigkeiten wie Drogen und Alkohol ein Ende zu setzten, was auf die Wirkung von einer sehr mächtigen suggestive Kraft auf Mark hindeutet.
The film first shows the aggressive person (Mark) using his power over the other, peaceful person (Karl) through physical and psychological violence. The kind of violence Mark uses against Karl is obvious and well defined and is carried out with base motives. Therefore this type of violence can be perceived and judged very quickly by the spectators. The goal is to clearly and unequivocally imply to viewers that Karl is a victim and represents a threatened and innocent species of human beings.
This clear line is maintained for a while in the film until it is interrupted by Karl's influence on Mark. The process is thereby reversed and the victim becomes the person in control. Karl goes through this process in a different way than Mark. Karl's position and action is opaque, but it associates in a way control through clear conviction and inner attitude. This type of belief is reminiscent of the mystical occult, and in a broad sense "cult-like behavior".
Even if it looks like a good life solution for Mark, Karl's leadership ultimately does not bring positive end results and his action could end up having exactly the same consequences as Mark's. As the film stops abruptly, the viewer can only imagine the consequences of Mark's disappointment at the end of the film.