Peter (Stipe Erceg), Jan (Daniel Brühl) and Jule (Julia Jentsch) -- a trio of anticapitalist radicals who call themselves the Edukators -- rankle Germany's elite by breaking into mansions, rearranging the possessions and leaving menacing messages that warn of an impending class war. But when Jule leaves her cell phone behind and they return to the scene to retrieve it, an unexpected visitor forces them to improvise.
Netflix Rating: 3.7
Hans Weingartner's second feature film concerns three young Berliners whose frustration at the iniquities of global capitalism leads them, not quite intentionally, to cross the line that separates provocation and protest from serious crime.
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Consensus: The Edukators engagingly plays out the clash between youthful idealism and older pragmaticism.