Eva Trobisch’s stunning debut is a complex character study of a strong willed woman, Janne, anchored by a mesmerising central performance from Aenne Schwarz. Janne’s attitude is ‘if you don’t see any problems, you don’t have any’, even though her new boss’s brother-in-law sleeps with her against her will. The film adopts a gripping, first person perspective as she ploughs on with her life, keeping the incident under wraps though unforeseen problems beset her from every direction threatening all her relationships and her work life one after the other.

‘At what point does defiance twist into denial? This is the fine precipice on which German writer-director Eva Trobisch’s searing debut feature “All Good” balances its frayed-nerve drama...A fascinating flip on themes contentiously raised in Paul Verhoeven’s “Elle,” underpinned by a breakout performance of raw candor by Aenne Schwarz, this is grown-up filmmaking of sharp, subtle daring.’ Variety