Couchmovie Trailer

Couchmovie Trailer (2013)

23 October 2013 Comedy

In the form of an anthology film, travelers and hosts encounter one another in four different places in Europe via an internet-based hosting network called “Couchsurfing”. In Stuttgart, the Swabian publisher Annette meets the Polish master in the art of living Pawel, while her niece Nina is expecting a big fiesta in Spain, but meets only a deaf old man. In parallel Matti, a freshly minted high school graduate, hopes to find a great adventure in Paris, while the two Erasmus students Reka and Alma wander through Frankfurt desperately seeking their hosts. In the quest of adventure, diversion or just an authentic travel experience, encountering people whom one never would have met otherwise and so they are confronted not only with counterparts, but also with themselves.

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Cast

Maria-Victoria Dragus

as Reka (segment "Frankfurt am Main")

Lore Richter

as Nina (segment "Santander")

Hélène Kuhn

as Cisem (segment "Paris")

Samuel Schneider

as Matti (segment "Paris")

Babett Arens

as Annette (segment "Stuttgart")

Maxime Beugin

as Serge (segment "Paris")

Ilja Pletner

as Pawel (segment "Stuttgart")

Sarah-Megan Allouch-Mainier

as Louise (segment "Paris")

Helen Woigk

as Alma (segment "Frankfurt am Main")

International Releases Dates

Germany 23 October 2013

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