1070 Vienna, Austria
tel: +43 1 526 33 23
80-year-old Ali Ungàr decides to travel to Vienna and confront the man, who allegedly killed his parents during WWII. But he only meets his son, Georg Graubner. Although Georg never wanted to deal with his father's past up until now, he decides to accompany Ali on a roadtrip through Slovakia in search of answers. What they find out about the country, the past, and themselves finally bring the two men to a point of mutual understanding.
|Language spoken:||German, Slovak|
|Writer(s):||Marek Leščák, Martin Šulík|
|Key cast:||Peter Simonischek, Jiri Menzel, Zuzana Mauréry|
February 23, 2018Berlin (Berlinale Special)
tel:+43 1 319 58 25
2 rue Turgot
tel:+33 1 49 70 83 23
Austrian films at the 68th Berlinale
Ruth Beckermann, Katharina Mückstein, Ludwig Wüst, Werner Boote and three more co-productions add up to an outstanding Austrian presence at the Berlinale 2018: Forum with THE WALDHEIM WALTZ by R. Beckermann and DEPARTURE by L. Wüst. Panorama Special with L’ANIMALE by K.Mückstein, Culinary Cinema presents W. Boote’s THE GREEN LIE.