I went to a screening at the Tribeca Film Festival today. It wasn't what I expected. I guess I expected lots of fanfare and it was really a very intimate look at the relationship between a man and a woman. And knowing Slavik's reputation, I was really expecting a lot worse. However, knowing how it ended didn't make it any easier to watch. It was really heartbreaking. I'd never heard a full theater so silent after a film ended. There was a Q & A with the director Christian (Andreas' wife was due to give birth, so he had to run back home). Out of everything, I remember that he told us that Anna liked the movie and didn't really have a problem with how she was portrayed. When someone asked about Slavik's opinion, Christian told us he still hasn't seen it, which speaks volumes. People have this certain perception of Slavik and it turns out he's human and feels pain just like the rest of us.