Ground Beneath My Feet

Austrian filmmaker Marie Kreutzer’s arresting psychological character study [is] a knockout.

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The Ground Beneath My Feet

Lola manages her personal life with the same ruthless efficiency she uses to succeed in the business world. She keeps her relationship with her boss Elise a secret, as well as the existence of her older sister Conny, who has a long history of mental illness. But when she receives the news that Conny has attempted suicide, Lola’s secrets begin to unravel into the workplace. As she tries to do what’s best for her sister without jeopardizing all that she’s worked so hard for, Lola slowly finds her own grip on reality slipping away. The new film from Marie Kreutzer is taut Austrian psychological thriller reminiscent of Repulsion, featuring Valerie Pachner’s Maguey Prize-winning performance as Lola.

“A clinically observed portrait of a 21st-century woman trying to stay afloat." – Boyd van Hoeij, The Hollywood Reporter

“Explores the cracks in a meticulously constructed life that does not go to plan." – Carmen Paddock, One Room With A View
Genre
Environment, Women and Film, LGBT
Runtime
108
Language
German, English
Director
Marie Kreutzer
Writer(s)
Marie Kreutzer
Cast
Valerie Pachner, Pia Hierzegger, Mavie Hörbiger
FEATURED REVIEW
Jessica Kiang, Variety

Lola (Valerie Pachner) wakes with a start. She has what we’ll soon learn is an uncharacteristic smudge of mascara beneath her too-bright, too-awake eyes. But then this is the Lola of later, not the woman to whom Marie Kreutzer’s nervy, nuanced drama “The Ground Beneath My Feet” first introduces us — ...

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