Mrs. Enzenhofer wakes up in the hospital – without memory. The police confronts her with strange questions. With each question she comes one step closer to her past.
When Mrs. Enzenhofer wakes up in the hospital, she can’t remember anything. Before she even understands why she is here, she is already bombarded with questions by a policeman. The doctor tries to explain that the questioning has no meaning, but the policeman wants to know everything about the woman. Gradually the gaps in her memory are closing. Frau Enzenhofer begins to understand who she is, where she is.
On the run after a jeweler’s robbery she was involved in an accident in which her partner in crime lost his life and she lost her memory. Only through the conversation between doctor and the policeman does she come back to her senses.
- Lara Rabitsch
- Julian Schmiederer
- Gregor Franz
- Johannes Rass