Berlin is the shelter, love is impossible, flesh is the law.
Release Year: 2010
Rating: 4.3/10 (362 voted)
Rolf Peter Kahl
Stars: Miriam Mayet, Matthias Faust, Lana Cooper
A huge, run-down apartment in Berlin Mitte. Two women and a man, rehearsals for a movie about love and sex, that will never be shot. Acting and reality mingle into a dangerous melange. Berlin is the shelter, love is impossible, flesh is the law.
Hans Alexander Dahn
Release Date: 21 June 2011
Filming Locations: Mitte, Berlin, Germany
I don't know yet. That's what we're trying to discover
Bedways shows you a female movie director shooting a rehearsal for a
movie she's still looking for a producer. But we don't know what
exactly she is up to, and so the actor and actress she's working with.
She just keep telling them to have sex.
After half an hour of the movie, the "actress" asks: "what's this all
about?" And the answer is: "I don't know yet. That's what we're trying
to discover." So, that could be the director's message, why a movie
should be about something?
There are three main characters in Bedways, all of them looks depressed
and bored. Dialogues are disjointed, questions left unanswered or
replied by irrelevant sentences, in one point we even get a one way
I try to find anything good about this movie. At first I think the
lighting is good, but then they blew it over the top. And the sex
scenes are aplenty, but kind of turn you off. So, I think Bedways just
gives the Indie film a bad impression.