In the Aisles

This is a movie that I can imagine Roger Ebert would describe more eloquently than I could.   In a sense this film is a character study of people that are quietly slugging away through life living just above the poverty line.  They seem to drink a lot and are rather quiet and depressed.  The main character seems to fit right in to this society.  Unlike the others he is still hopeful.

Like the rest of the film the last scene is subtle.  In a quiet way it puts a lens over the rest of the film and the characters in it.

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Movie title: In the Aisles

Movie description: After losing his brick laying job, Christian begins to work at a supermarket.

Date published: 2019-11-08

Director(s): Thomas Stuber

Actor(s): Sandra Hüller, Franz Rogowski, Peter Kurth, Henning Peker, Ramona Kunze-Libnow, Sascha Nathan, Gerdy Zint, Clemens Meyer, Andreas Leupold, Steffen Scheumann, Michael Specht

Genre: Drama

My Review

This is a movie that I can imagine Roger Ebert would describe more eloquently than I could.   In a sense this film is a character study of people that are quietly slugging away through life living just above the poverty line.  They seem to drink a lot and are rather quiet and depressed.  The main character seems to fit right in to this society.  Unlike the others he is still hopeful.

Like the rest of the film the last scene is subtle.  In a quiet way it puts a lens over the rest of the film and the characters in it.

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