A film by Anna Sofie Hart­mann. Starts August 6th at the fsk. In Ger­man, Danish, Eng­lish & Polish with Ger­man sub­tit­les.

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Found in a flee­ting detail, the explana­ti­on for the film’s tit­le could go unno­ti­ced. What is obvious, howe­ver, is the grace­ful look and ele­va­ted per­spec­ti­ve of a fic­tio­n­al sto­ry roo­ted in his­to­ri­cal mate­ria­lism, taking advan­ta­ge of a Euro­pean con­struc­tion site for a tun­nel con­nec­ting Den­mark and Ger­ma­ny to pre­ser­ve the memo­ry of a ter­ri­to­ry fated to disap­pe­ar, while exami­ning social rela­ti­ons­hips that have been shat­te­red by the ideo­lo­gy of pro­gress.

Antoi­ne Thi­r­i­on


DK/DE 2019, 87 Min.,  deutsch/englisch/dänisch/polnische OmU
Buch & Regie: Anna Sofie Hart­mann
Kame­ra: Jen­ny Lou Zie­gel
Schnitt: Sofie Steen­ber­ger
mit Lisa Loven Kong­s­li, Maren Eggert, Jakub Gier­s­zał, Mari­usz Feld­man,


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Trai­ler: (vor­läu­fig)

Im Kino mit deut­schen Unter­ti­teln.