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    On the Line
    Germany/Switzerland
    A department store security guard is secretly in love with a clerk in the store's bookshop. He watches her daily on the video monitoring system. One day he follows her on the subway and sees he has a rival for her affection. He is racked by guilt after the rival is attacked in the subway by some punks and he does nothing to stop it. This 2009 Academy Award nominee has won numerous awards including a 2008 Student Academy Award. Written and directed by Reto Caffi. Principal cast: Roeland Wiesnekker and Catherine Janke.
    To learn more about the filmmaker visit retocaffi.com.

    [Original air date: Sun, Apr 12, 2009]

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