Rosie

(2013)

Overview

Lorenz Meran, (40) a successful gay author suffering acute writers' block, has to leave Berlin and return to eastern Switzerland to provide care for his aged mother, Rosie. When he finds himself confronted with the fact that fun-loving Rosie refuses both outside assistance and a care home, he discovers that he is stuck fast in his small home town of Altstätten. But it is not only his mother's battle against being dictated to and losing her dignity that he is struggling with. It's also his own midlife crisis. And when long-kept secrets are suddenly revealed under the tensions of family dynamics, Lorenz almost fails to notice that love is knocking on the front door of his parent's house...

  1. Marcel Gisler

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Rudolf Nadler

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Fabian Krüger

    Fabian Krüger

    Lorenz

  2. Sibylle Brunner

    Sibylle Brunner

    Rosie

  3. Sebastian Ledesma

    Mario

  4. Judith Hofmann

    Judith Hofmann

    Sophie

Full Cast & Crew

Rosie
Rosie

Facts

Status Released

Release Information

  • May 29, 2013
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language German

Runtime 2h 6m

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