Two men become entangled in a torrid love affair with the same woman. Pierre is Miriam’s longtime lover. John is desperately searching for clues about his past when he and Miriam have a fateful encounter in a Berlin train station. The allure of forbidden love becomes irresistible, and an intense love triangle is ignited. Who will Miriam choose? Who will walk away? For two men who desperately adore the same woman and for the woman who loves them equally…there is no easy way out. –IMDb
Peter Sehr earned a degree in Physics and Chemistry in Zurich. After a year in South America, he pursued doctoral studies in Biophysics in Oxford from 1975-1979. During this period, he ran the University Film Society and made his first short films “To Shoot a Bicycle” (1978) and “A Group of People” (1979). In 1980, he moved to Paris, where he spent two years as a research scientist at the Institut Curie. At the same time, he began to work as an assistant director. In 1982, he moved back to Germany and worked with various German and French directors. In 1988, he founded P"Artisan Filmproduktion with Marie Noëlle.
His films include: “Und nicht ein Tohuwabohu” (1987), “Serbian Girl” (Das Serbische Maedchen, 1991) , “Kaspar Hauser: Crime Against a Man”s Soul" (1993) – winner of three German Film Awards, “Obsession” (1997), “Love the Hard Way” (2001, winner of a Silver Leopard at Locarno 2001), and “The Anarchist”s Wife" (Die Frau des Anarchisten, 2008). —german-films.de