DIE HOFFNUNG STIRBT ZULETZT
Director: Marc Rothemund
Feature film | D | 2001
89 min | Dolby SR
35th Hof International Film Festival
25-year-old Corinna Safranski dreams of becoming a policewoman. After two years‘ training, she is finally offered a job in Hamburg/Begedorf. Full of enthusiasm she starts going about her shift duty, turning her back on her rural background and her lover, Max, who is as opposed to her profession as are her parents. Work is hard, but in the face of her elite colleagues and her boss, Eddy Garbitsch, Corinna refuses to cave in.
When, at a more private meeting, Garbitsch starts molesting her, her situation towards him and her colleagues becomes even more difficult. To top it all off, she finds out that her best friend, Tanja, is pregnant with Max’s child. Fuelled by hurt vanity, Garbitsch sets a develish machinery of mobbing Corinna into motion …