|270||2016. 04. 30||23:59||CGV Jeonjugosa 2||HEK19|
|271||2016. 04. 30||23:59||CGV Jeonjugosa 6||HEK19|
|272||2016. 04. 30||23:59||CGV Jeonjugosa 7||HEK19|
|539||2016. 05. 03||21:00||CGV Jeonjugosa 3||HEK19|
|723||2016. 05. 05||14:00||Jeonju Cinema Town 7||HEK19|
Paul and Christine, a couple who got divorced, have a daughter named Sarah. Going through a period of adolescence, Sarah feels lost. When Paul and Christine find out that Sarah has committed a murder, they decide to hide it to protect their daughter. Their decision, however, calls for worse situation: Paul and Christine also commit the crime in a bid to keep the secret. The situation continues to go out of control. When they say, “We are monsters” in the film, it implies the terrible situation that they are in. The wrong choice makes matters worse in this fast-paced black comedy. Sebastian Ko is focusing on the wrong choices and wrongdoings that people make when they are in a difficult situation. Once the morality is destroyed, it is almost impossible to restore it. It is just another form of violence under the name of family, love, and protection. (LEE Sang-yong)
|Screenplay||Marcus SEIBERT, Sebastian KO|
|Producer||Roswitha ESTER, Torsten REGLIN|
|Art Director||Cora PRATZ|
|Music||Durbeck & Dohmen|
|Cast||Mehdi NEBBOU, Ulrike C. TSCHARRE, Janina FAUTZ|
Born in 1971, Walsrode. First short films such as Resonasce(2001); Baden Baden(2003); and Ladybug(2006). Then he studied directing at the Academy of Film and Television Konrad Wolf in Potsdam Babelsberg. We Monsters is his first feature film.
Paul and Christine know: Their teenage daughter Sarah, thrown off track by their separation, is capable of anything, including killing her best friend.