Dare to Dream (2019) Movie Review

Director: Martin Schreier

Writer: Arend Remmers (Screenplay) Martin Schreier, Arend Remmers, Tom Zickler, Sebastian Fruner (Story)

Starring: Emilia Schule, Svenja Jung, Nikolai Kinski, Ken Duken, Anatole Taybman, Dennis Mojen

Plot: A romantic drama set in 1961 that follows a young studio extra’s ambitious efforts to reunite with the French girl he loves after being separated by the construction of the Berlin Wall.

Runtime: 2 Hour 5 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: Dare to Dream starts when a young man Emil Hellberg (Mojen) looks to get into the movie industry in German in the early 1960s, first as a extra where he only finds himself making mistakes when he falls for a young actress Milou (Schule) who is still finding her own feet in the industry.

When the two get separated by the Berlin Wall, Emil must figure out who to bring Milou back to the studio, with his own plan to bring her back by getting a movie produced, it will give him a chance of love before the borders are closed for good.

Thoughts on Dare to Dream

Thoughts – Dare to Dream brings us the magical story of love between an extra and a dance double on a movie set, that will see them separated by the new restrictions thrown up in German. This does show us the magic of how movies can bring people together from different worlds when it comes to the meeting process on the sets, we see how despite boundaries, love will remain strong and breaking out the strict rules will make people more creative with their expressions. The lead two performances are wonderful, with the supporting cast getting extra laughs along the way, which will make even more enjoyment to be received from the film. We might not get into the truth depths of the reality of the change in German, where the making of the movie manages to help everyone put that behind them, rather than let them get caught up in the problems coming their way.

Final Thoughts Dare to Dream is an enjoyable story of love.

Signature Entertainment presents Dare to Dream on Digital HD 14th December