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“An arch, acid-laced comedy of manners.”  — Variety

Dina and Michael are in their early thirties. He is a doctor, she is an actor. They are happy together until Michael thinks about breaking up. She says: nope (nö). In thirteen episodes, we accompany our two heroes while they manoeuvre through life over the years and try to not lose sight of their love. Nö is a film about love, how to find love and our struggles to live with love. It's a film about a generation in their thirties, who have everything, who have tried everything but who often still fail silently. The film exposes hidden states of mind and at the same time shows the important impact they have on our lives.  

Made by a brother and sister team (Dietrich Brüggemann directs, Anna Brüggemann stars and both wrote the screenplay together) Nö evokes the formal composition of Roy Andersson and the social satire of Ruben Östlund. The result is a sometimes droll, sometimes absurd and frequently funny film about modern relationships. 

Presented by the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Canberra.








English, German (English Subtitles)


Anna Brüggemann, Alexander Khuon, Isolde Barth, Hanns Zischler, Petra Schmidt-Schaller, Dulcie Smart, Nina Petri, Andreas Döhler


Dietrich Brüggemann

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