“And what comes after ruin?” Kino Lorber has revealed the official US trailer for an acclaimed German film titled Fabian: Going to the Dogs, which originally premiered at the 2021 Berlin Film Festival last year. This 3-hour long feature already opened in Germany last fall and earned quite a bit of good buzz despite the extensive running time. Adapted from the classic German novel of the same name set in 1930s Berlin. Dr. Jakob Fabian, who works by day in advertising for a cigarette company and by night wanders the streets of the city, falls in love with an actress. As her career begins to blossom, prospects for his future begin to wane as layoffs hit the city and other problems begin to appear before WWII. “Veteran German director Dominik Graf (Beloved Sisters) wowed audiences at the Berlin Film Festival with this dazzling adaptation of Erich Kästner’s classic of Weimar literature, set amid the twilight hedonism of pre-Nazi Germany.” Starring Tom Schilling as Fabian, with a cast including Saskia Rosendahl, Albrecht Schuch, Meret Becker, and Michael Wittenborn. I’ve heard plenty of great things about this film and plan on giving it a watch soon. ›››

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