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Nobody Loves Me

A 1994 German comedy by Doris Dorrie about the woes of being single. The heroine works in security at the Cologne airport, lives alone in a housing project, and is trying to improve her life. Her friendship with a psychic who's gay leads her to get her hopes up about a new building manager. This is fine as far as it goes, but it doesn't go very far—which is another way of saying that it's diverting but doesn't stick to the ribs. With Maria Schrader and Pierre Sanoussi-Bliss.

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