Irgendwann stirbt auch der schoenste Schwan.
Einsam verstaubt sein Ebenbild aus Porzellan.
Sweetheart was one of A.M.'s student films, which had one structure guideline: asynchronization. A.M. used sounds from different film-audio-plays and placed them as a background for the self directed silent film. Sweetheart is an homage to the early years of cinema in which sound played a minor or even no role whatsoever. Thus, every cinema-owner could decide what kind of music could be played for each film shown. A.M. also experiments with the effect of zapping through several channels. On each channel the same movie is playing. Only the beginning has slightly shifted.
The story plot is a classic: A tale of love, lust and murder. However, the complexity of the motives and actions go beyond the classic silent movie. The "loving and caring" husband decides to hire a professional killer through a contact man working in a typical Balkan fast food spot. The killer is a 'nice guy' with glasses and passion for porcelain figurines, indicating lifelong perfection and illusion. The victim is the wife. Is not locking the door while going to the toilet her only mistake?