Kokon

Koko­nA film by Leo­nie Krip­pen­dorff. Starts soo­ner or later at the fsk. In Ger­man with Eng­lish sub­tit­les.

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We’­re like fish in a fish tank. We keep swim­ming round in cir­cles, from one end of Kot­ti to the other and back again, until we even­tual­ly mana­ge to jump out of the tank.”

Ber­lin-Kreuz­berg is Nora’s micro­cosm. Nora, the silent obser­ver, is always tag­ging along: At par­ties, at school, at the pool, on roof­tops and in apart­ments. Nora drifts around the mono­to­nous housing blocks with her big sis­ter and her fri­ends, witnes­sing events that seem to cross-fade in the sum­mer light. Girls who want to be slim and pret­ty, boys who say dumb things to pro­vo­ke or becau­se they are in love. Ruth­less smart­pho­ne came­ras and fra­gi­le teen­agers. But Nora has her own way of loo­king at the world, and when she meets Romy, she rea­li­zes why. The­re is music in the air, Nora’s body is chan­ging, and cater­pil­lars are spin­ning their cocoons. Rea­listic and taking on the protagonist’s per­spec­tive, this film cap­tures a sum­mer of chan­ge.

 
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DE 2020, 95 Min., dt. OmeU
Regie & Buch: Leo­nie Krip­pen­dorff
Schnitt: Emma Ali­ce Gräf
Kame­ra: Mar­tin Neu­mey­er
mit: Lena Urzen­dow­sky, Jel­la Haa­se, Lena Elen­ke, Eli­na Vild­ano­va, Anja Schnei­der, Deni­se Ankel

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