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A deliriously happy couple in their late 30s buy an old house in the country and plan to fix it up over the summer. When Thomas invites his older brother, Friedrich, who is deeply depressed over the failure of his business and his marriage, to join them, she is disappointed by the intrusion. Thomas tries to counterbalance the cloudier mood with an impetuous frenzy of activity, but Hanna retreats into sullenness and retaliates by bringing in her young godchild. Young sexiness has nothing to do with a soothing impact on Thomas.
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Sometime in August (German: Mitte Ende August) is a 2009 German drama film directed by Sebastian Schipper, starring Marie Bäumer, Milan Peschel, André Hennicke and Anna Brüggemann. It tells the story of Thomas and Hanna, a happily married couple settled on the countryside, whose relationship is challenged when they are visited by Tomas' brother and Hanna's goddaughter. The film is loosely based on the 1809 novel Elective Affinities by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.The film premiered in the Forum section of the 59th Berlin International Film Festival. It won the Grand Prix at the Cabourg Film Festival.