Probably the funniest German language film I've seen, although it gets sad towards the end. I had low expectations due to the negative reviews, but it is actually worth watching. The film is about two people, a German and a French/Polish Jew, who work in NGOs that memorializes the Holocaust. It takes a different type of people to work in this field (they are clearly not in it for the money), and the film give us a comedic peek into them, their eccentricities, humanity, and all. Someone will surely be offended by the morbid jokes, I'm sure, but in its way the film is thoughtful and thought-provoking. (A death-camp survivor prefers to talk about her affairs and nose-job, not the suffering in the camp.) Adele Haenel really surprises me here. I used to think of her as one-dimensional, but she acquaints herself extremely well, just as she was great as a tragic muse in _In the Name of My Daughter_.