A film by Frau­ke Lod­ders.

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How does living with a serious­ly sick or dis­ab­led child influ­ence the fami­ly struc­tu­re? What spe­ci­fic role do the healt­hy sib­lings have? The docu­men­ta­ry UNZERTRENNLICH accom­pa­nies child­ren and young adults from five com­ple­te­ly dif­fe­rent fami­lies and seeks to find ans­wers to the­se ques­ti­ons in their ever­y­day lives.
Over three quar­ters of the popu­la­ti­on in Ger­ma­ny have at least one bro­ther or sis­ter. The­se sib­lings are play­mates, con­fi­dan­tes and often best fri­ends for life. But with a sib­ling the­re also emer­ges rival­ry in the com­pe­ti­ti­on for affec­tion, atten­ti­on, free­dom and respect. Con­flic­ts are part of every healt­hy rela­ti­ons­hip bet­ween sib­lings. They are important to estab­lish a las­ting balan­ce and to sup­port the healt­hy deve­lop­ment of a child. But what hap­pens, if that is not pos­si­ble becau­se one child has a spe­cial, shiel­ded sta­tus in the fami­ly, due to a sick­ness or disa­bi­li­ty and is in need of con­stant care?

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DE 2018 91 Min.
Regie: Frau­ke Lod­ders
Kame­ra: Timo Schwarz, Fabi­an Schma­len­bach
Schnitt: Kirs­ten Otters­dorf


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