‘Victoria’ rocked my world.” -“Black Swan” Director Darren Aronofsky

This film is not a movie; it’s not about a bank robbery. It is bank robbery. “Victoria” was shot in one single take. Two hours and eighteen minutes. No cuts. No CGI. No cheap tricks. No expensive ones, either. Just one shot. Victoria, a young woman from Madrid, meets four local Berliners outside a nightclub. Sonne and his friends promise to show her a good time and the real side of the city. But these lads have gotten themselves into hot water: they owe someone a dangerous favor that requires repaying that evening. As Victoria’s flirtation with Sonne deepens into something more, he convinces her to come along for the ride. And later, when things become more ominous and possibly lethally dangerous for Sonne, she insists on coming along. As the night takes on an ever more menacing character, what started out as a good time, quickly spirals out of control. As dawn approaches, Victoria and Sonne address the inevitable: it’s all or nothing and they abandon themselves to a heart-stopping race into the depths of hell.

“Stunning. The cinematography by Sturla Brandth is incredible. ‘Victoria’ is a powerful, honest and thrilling film.” -Corina Rottger, Next Projection

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Release: October 23, 2015 (Harkins Camelview)
Director: Sebastian Schipper
Cinematography by: Sturla Brandth Grøvlen Cast: Laia Costa, Frederick Lau
Language: English and German with English subtitles
Rating: This film is not yet rated
Run Time: 138 Min (Approx)