Und morgen die ganze Welt

2020 [GERMAN]

Action / Crime / Drama / Romance

IMDb Rating 6 10 1486


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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Waedliman 5 / 10

Missed on many levels

Artistic results usually remain without risk when the state interferes. German films are often funded by federal agencies, so I don't expect any revolutionary ideas, but rather a kind of soft rinse format. This film has exactly that, no really convincing story, on the contrary, everything is actually lost in a dichotomy of good and evil, which doesn't really work either. Of course, you can't just imply leftist groups are the good guys, but if I already have the group of neo-fascists, who you really can't leave a good hair on, then I need more knowledge about the motives of leftist cells that take action against them. Spoiled female law students, whose middle-class parents go hunting, and who want to move out of this cocoon of security, remain just a mere cliché, if I don't add anything personal. And the director has not succeeded in doing that with any of her characters. Actually, the theme is thus missed and the characters all remain indifferent.

Reviewed by MiguelAReina 6 / 10

Fight with the same weapons

The leftists are routinely portrayed as idealistics and somewhat naives. The director, despite her own experience, does not avoid this portrait, although it focuses on the well-known friction between fighting with the same weapons as the enemy, about turning into a wolf to face the wolf. "If it had been done in 1930, Nazism would not have existed." That is a good justification. But showing left-wing extremists as immature and naive makes the debate too simplistic.

Reviewed by DIEU_ET_MAITRE 5 / 10


Honestly I don't really know what to say. There's nothing hugely wrong with the film, but nothing special about it either. Personally not a fan of the editing style of the average shot lasting less than three or so seconds. Which might also be the mayor flaw of the film as a whole: too much visual exposition, through cut-cut-cut-editing, not enough long shots for breathing room. The fast-paced editing also kills the acting.

The overall story is alright, seems more authentic than most German films, but still at parts just isn't very believable. Overall creates an image of German leftists groups as childish immature people led by short term emotional outbursts - whether this is an accurate portrayal I cannot say, since I have no connections to this or a similar kind of "milieu", but then again I don't think it's entirely the point of the movie to ridicule antifascist groups or their messages - on the contrary.

And here we come to my final beef with these sort of "pro-left" films which have become so prevalent in the last few years: they are not revolutionary, they are suffering from a sort of sick conservatism. They, by putting "the nazis" as their main focus of attention waste all their potency in a battle against windmills (a sentiment even being expressed in the film by some person). I mean if you enjoy the violence and spectacle of beating up "nazis" and all that, I can understand and can't argue against it. But if you idealistically think that you're somehow fighting for a "good cause", you should be aware that in that regard your actions are utterly pointless.

And last: films financed by the state cannot be revolutionary - unless by subversion, which definitely isn't the case here. This film, like all the anti-fascist, pro-left German films, only does one thing: perpetuate the status quo.

PS: at least this movie isn't blatantly propagandist like "Er ist wieder da" or "Die Känguru Chroniken", so that's a plus...

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