Meet Me in Montenegro

July 10th, 2015


Meet Me in Montenegro

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A comedy centered on a failed American writer who enters into an affair after a chance encounter with a European dancer.

Release Year: 2014

Rating: 5.8/10 (108 voted)

Critic's Score: 52/100

Director: Alex Holdridge

Stars: Alex Holdridge, Linnea Saasen, Rupert Friend

In this personal, inter-continental love story two ex-lovers, Lina (Linnea Saasen), a Norwegian dancer and Anderson (Alex Holdridge), an American filmmaker, meet by chance during a visit to Berlin. Their romance is rekindled in spite of the fact that they are both moving to opposite ends of the earth in the next forty-eight hours. Meanwhile Anderson's friends, Stephen (Rupert Friend) and Friederike (Jennifer Ulrich), toy with exploring the sexual boundaries of their long-term relationship. Berlin nestles these couples in her outstretched streets, while they wrestle with the perennial challenge of finding love, recognizing it and keeping it alive.

Writers: Linnea Saasen, Alex Holdridge

Alex Holdridge - Anderson
Linnea Saasen - Lina
Rupert Friend - Stephen
Jennifer Ulrich - Friederike
Stuart Manashil - Sam
Mia Jacob - Katherine
Ben Braun - Patrick
Lena Ehlers - Sophie
Kate Mackeson - Olivia
Mathieu van den Berk - Homeless Man
Deborah Ann Woll - Wendy
Jules Armana - Sexy Co-Worker Friederike
Rod Ben Zeev - Erkan Özil
Ingvild Holthe Bygdnes - Dancer
Twink Caplan - Aunt Molly

Taglines: Where will love find you?


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Country: USA, Germany, Norway, UK, Montenegro

Language: German, English

Release Date: 10 July 2015

Filming Locations: Germany

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Did You Know?

Although principal photography was in Berlin, Montenegro, and Los Angeles, the film also includes photos and videos shot in Croatia, Bosnia Herzogovinia, Macedonia, Serbia, and Albania. See more »

User Review



Montenegro. Meet me there. The film MEET ME IN MONTENEGRO grabs attention. Having spent summer days in Europe's hidden treasure, Montenegro, the location for a celluloid celebration of romance is aptly cast. The sheer beauty and contrast of this country has attracted film makers to use it as a shooting location for many years. It's great to see relatively unknown countries highlighted, and featured on film. For those who haven't been there (yet), get ready to be transported there. For those of us who have enjoyed Montenegro, this film aims to bring it to life on the screen. Bravo! Viva Europa! The realism of films like this are a welcome contrast to car chases, explosions and special FX.


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