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Human Factor  2021
Der Memnschliche Faktor / Out Of Season / Zorro / Human Factors
Director:  Ronny Trocker
Producer:
  Susanne Mann, Paul Zischler and Martin Rehbock
Art Director:
  Stefan Oppenländer
Editor:
  Julia Drack
Music:
  Anders Dixen
Screenplay:
  Ronny Trocker
Director of Photography:
  Klemens Hufnagl
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Cast:
spacer1 Sabine Timoteo
spacer1 Mark Waschke
spacer1 Jule Hermann
spacer1 Wanja Valentin Kube
spacer1 Hannes Perkmann
spacer1 Daniel Séjourné
spacer1 Karen Margrethe Gotfredsen
spacer1 Marthe Schneider
spacer1 Sabine Tiomoteo
spacer1 Isaak Dentler
spacer1 Marie Rosa Tietjen
spacer1 Hassan Akkouch
spacer1 Sabine Timoteo spacer1 Mark Waschke spacer1 Jule Hermann
spacer1 Wanja Valentin Kube spacer1 Hannes Perkmann spacer1 Daniel Séjourné
spacer1 Karen Margrethe Gotfredsen spacer1 Marthe Schneider spacer1 Sabine Tiomoteo
spacer1 Isaak Dentler spacer1 Marie Rosa Tietjen spacer1 Hassan Akkouch
spacer1 Sabine Timoteo spacer1 Mark Waschke
spacer1 Jule Hermann spacer1 Wanja Valentin Kube
spacer1 Hannes Perkmann spacer1 Daniel Séjourné
spacer1 Karen Margrethe Gotfredsen spacer1 Marthe Schneider
spacer1 Sabine Tiomoteo spacer1 Isaak Dentler
spacer1 Marie Rosa Tietjen spacer1 Hassan Akkouch

Synopsis:
To escape mounting tensions at the advertising agency they co-own, French-German couple Nina and Jan whisk their kids, Max and Emma, away to their seaside vacation home. The couple has signed a new politically charged client, forcing them to confront their clashing priorities.

But what’s meant to be an idyllic off-season retreat turns sinister when burglars tear through the house, unseen by anyone except Nina. Though at first the aftermath brings the family closer, it’s short-lived. As the police investigate and the evidence doesn’t add up, the account of what took place begins to unravel alongside the couple’s faith in each other.

Peeling back layers of truth and perception with a finely calibrated eye, director Ronny Trocker drops us inside the sordid remains of an exemplary middle-class family as it begins to rot from within.

Balancing phenomenal performances and effortlessly inventing its own rules, Human Factors reminds us even the closest family members may be only intimate strangers.

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