Alma and Jan are having an affair and yet Jan does not want to admit it. In order to force him to recognize their relationship, Alma secretly takes Jan's small son, Juri on a trip. Accompanied by the delivery man Bruno, the two drive in the direction of Berlin. At a rest stop, he tries clumsily to get closer to Alma but she rebuffs him. In doing so, Alma unwittingly injures him in such a way that he drops all his inhibitions. Whereas Bruno until now was acting covertly in the hope of establishing contact, he now wants to take for himself what has been denied him.
Cast: Luise Heyer, Lars Rudolph, Alex Brendemühl, Ilja Bultmann
Screenplay: Nina Vukovic, Benjamin Talsik
Director of Photography: Tobias von dem Borne
Film Editor: Benjamin Talsik, Nina Vukovic
Composer: Leonard Petersen
Production Designer: Uli Friedrichs
Costume Design: Claudia Torsiello
Sound: Kai Ziarkowski
Producer: Benjamin Talsik
Production Company: SIAMANTO FILM GmbH
Co-Production Company: Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (ZDF), Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie (DFFB)
Director: Nina Vukovic
TV channel: Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (ZDF)
Nina Vuković studied screenwriting at Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg 2002 – 2005 and wrote the 2007 Student Oscar winner NEVERMORE for Toke Constantin Hebbeln. She founded SIAMANTO FILM with Benjamin Talsik (Senator Film Verleih and 20th Century Fox), developing a theatrical comedy for Pantaleon Films with Toke Constantin Hebbeln (SHORE OF HOPE, Filmfest 2012). Her short film PURPLE SUNRISE, a pilot project at Berlin film school dffb, was selected and mentored by DoP Michael Ballhaus. DETOUR is Nina Vuković's graduating film at dffb Directing Dept.