One morning late in May, a group of lonely men and women wait to be brought together, like the elements in an equation. Ernst Spengler is about to kill himself. Mylia, terminally ill, goes out to visit a church. Hinnerk Obst, who’s always been told that he looks like a murderer, walks the streets with a loaded gun. As these characters are manipulated and brought together, a world of violence, fear, pain, and uncertainty is portrayed. Jeruzalem is a terrifying and grimly humorous summation of the possibilities and limits of the human condition at the beginning of the 21st century.
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