Three women on the run, saving each other, saving themselves.
On Christmas Eve, Francesca’s little sister, Antonietta, runs away to Rotterdam with her musician boyfriend. On the way to find her, Francesca picks up Gerlinde, a suicidal lovesick woman. Now she has two lifes to save. With the paths of three lost souls criss-crossing in Rotterdam, it soon is hard to tell who is saving whom. –German-films.de
Angelina Maccarone, born August 21, 1965, in Pulheim near Cologne, wrote song lyrics for Udo Lindenberg and ROH after finishing school. In 1985, she moved to Hamburg and studied German philology and American studies with a media focus. Her treatment for “Kommt Mausi raus?” about the coming out of a young lesbian woman won the award of the Hamburg Department of Culture in 1992. Maccarone then wrote the screen play for the TV movie of the same name, that was nominated for the Telestar award in 1995. She also co-directed the film with Alexander Scherer. In 1997/98, Maccarone finished “Alles wird gut” (“Everything Will Be Fine”), a film about two African-German women. The comedy was shown at numerous festivals and won audience awards in Los Angeles, New York, and Paris.
After “Ein Engel schlägt zurück” (“An Angel’s Revenge”), another TV project as writer and director, Maccarone wrote the road movie “Vivere”. But before she started shooting “Vivere”, Maccarone finished two other films… read more