Die letzte Pointe

Die letzte Pointe

Die letzte Pointe is a movie starring Monica Gubser, Delia Mayer, and Michael Rutman. Gertrud (89) has only one thing in mind when she smiles at the man online, even though she has no memory of doing so: to determine the final...

Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Running Time
1 hours 39 minutes
Genres
Comedy, Drama
Actors
Monica Gubser, Michael Rutman, Delia Mayer, Peter Jecklin
Director
Rolf Lyssy, Rolf Lyssy
Writer
Rolf Lyssy, Dominik Bernet
Country
Switzerland
Year
2017
Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about comedy «Die letzte Pointe» (58)

Debra H. avatar
Debra H.

Gertrud (89) has only one thing in mind when she smiles at the man online, even though she has no memory of doing so: to determine the final stages of her life herself before winding up in the dementia ward. But neither her end-of-life therapist or her family nor her suitor can be coaxed into honouring her request.

Vincent Jenkins avatar
Vincent Jenkins

I have watched this movie 3 times, and each time have liked it more than I did the first time, and even then I still enjoyed it a lot!

Brian Jacobs avatar
Brian Jacobs

Excellent gritty film that concentrates on a few strong performances! Michael Rutman!!!! that amazing man deserves to be on the top notch productions and here he is, one brilliant movie after another and on key roles. Monica Gubser is another artist who takes you into the story. WONDERFUL!!

Austin avatar
Austin

I Love it! It is perfect and Just what I was looking for!

Edward O. avatar
Edward O.

Good movie. The action and effects are super.

Jacqueline B. avatar
Jacqueline B.

Good story and lots to look at

Jack Castillo avatar
Jack Castillo

A simple movie done really, really well.

Katherine avatar
Katherine

This movie really exceeded my expectations. Rolf Lyssy is very talented.

Melissa W. avatar
Melissa W.

I can't explain enough how brilliant the movie was, it's perfect, and that's definitely an understatement