The City Below
A man and a woman at an art exhibition share a fleeting moment of attraction, which neither can act upon. Days later, a chance second meeting leads to an innocent coffee and the two strangers – both married – toy with their unexplainable fascination for each other. Svenja is curious and finds herself in a hotel room with Roland, but she does not consummate an affair. A powerful executive at the large bank where Svenja’s husband works, Roland is used to getting what he wants. He manipulates the transfer of her husband to Indonesia to replace a recently murdered bank manager. Unaware of Roland’s actions, Svenja now ceases to resist…
The City Below review by Soap2day
Get your popcorn on, because The City Below won`t let you go until the very end.
For 105 minutes the plot of this movie will keep you busy.
When it comes to movies of the genre Drama, Romance, this film immediately comes to mind.
A top-rated movie of 2010, thanks to its inspired storyline.
You have to hand it to Christoph Hochhäusler for putting together a great cast.
On the screen Alexandra Finder, Alexandra von Schwerin, André Dietz, Angelika Bartsch, Antje Lewald, Caroline Pharo, Corinna Kirchhoff, Daniel Wissel, Dieter Rupp, Dietmar Betram, Egmont Stawinoga, Florian Hoffmann, Frank Voß, Hanna Haak-Markelow, Heike Trinker, Ingeborg Vehlen, Jens Olesen, Joachim Berger, Joel Federico Laczlò Wüstenberg, Johannes Kiebranz, Julia Domenica, Klaus Zmorek, Lamou Vissay, Mark Waschke, Michael Abendroth, Nadja Stübiger, Nicolette Krebitz, Oliver Broumis, Paul Faßnacht, Piet Fuchs, Robert Hunger-Bühler, Robert Menke, Robert Schupp, Roy Kullmann, Sandra Lühr, Stefan Gebelhoff, Stefan Preiss, Stefan Wendt, Tom Trabow, Viola Pobitschka, Wolfgang Böck live out their roles as in life.