Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
This first-time film for writer and director Friedemann Schulz is about a budding novelist who leaves school to focus on his writing career, supporting himself by working in a car wash by day. A newspaper accepts one of his feature stories, and next he finishes a novel titled "Death in a Car Wash" (the translation of the title of this film, creating a certain parallel between Schulz and his fictional writer). The film itself focuses more on the growing career of the young writer, and his relationship with Jutta (Beate Finckh), the daughter of one of his former teachers.
career, daughter, teacher, writing