"Pictures of us" by Thomas Melle directed by Christian Stückl.
An image from the past suddenly appears. Out of nowhere, Jesko is confronted with something he had actually buried deep in the turmoil of his youth at a Catholic boarding school. When the picture is sent to his cell phone anonymously, he almost has an accident out of shock. His life as a successful manager and family man is suddenly unhinged. What actually happened back then? Memories of Father Stein, who had regularly photographed the students at the time, are awakened. The search for the sender of the picture begins, but also the search for the truth and how to deal with a school time that was perhaps more traumatizing than he would like to admit. Three former schoolmates are visited. All of them have taken different paths in life, different memories of what happened, and a different way of dealing with the events that are now set in motion.
The story of "Pictures of Us," which Thomas Melle also adapted in his latest bestseller, "The Easy Life," tells sometimes like a thriller, sometimes like a psychological thriller about repression, media exploitation and the countless facets of dealing with trauma.
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