SYNOPSIS

Six teenagers in Vienna. Six stories, that are subtly interweaved.

A film about identity, love and sexuality in a fast-paced, digital society which offers both possibilities and challenges.

Adolescents who choose their distinctive ways of living according to available opportunities, who question existing concepts of society and try out their own. Floating between childhood and adulthood, they proove how being young can be lighthearted and troublesome at the same time.

It’s an observation of fragments from the lives of these in their own ways rebellious young human beings and their love stories.

TECHNICAL DETAILS

GENRE: Drama

DURATION: 94 minutes

LANGUAGE: German w/ English subtitles

IMAGE: DCP, 1 : 2.39

COMPLETION: Jan 2020

COUNTRY: AT / CH

DIRECTORS DUO

Iliana Estañol was born in Mexico City.  She studied Film Direction at the prestigious International Film School in Cuba (EICTV) and at the University of the Arts in Zürich (ZHdK), as well as Experimental Film & Media at the University of the Arts in Berlin (UDK). Since 2002 she has made several films as a screenwriter, director and producer, which have been shown at international film festivals around the world. “Nordland”, her first feature film as a producer, was premiered in 2014 at Filmkunst Fest in Germany.

Johanna Lietha was born in Zürich and studied Filmmaking at the London University of the Arts. Since 2009 she has been assisting renowned directors in feature film and theatre productions and has made various short films. Since 2011 she lives and works in Vienna.

CAST

Luca von Schrader – Max Kuess – Sara Toth – Kerem Abdelhamed – Melissa Irowa – Valentin Gruber – Marcel Mohab – Alexander Jagsch – Doris Schretzmayer – Sonja Romei – Karola Niederhuber – Vitus Wieser – Raphaela Gasper

CREW

PRODUCERS, DIRECTORS & SCREENWRITERS – JOHANNA LIETHA, ILIANA ESTAÑOL

CINEMATOGRAPHY – GEORG GEUTEBRUECK, STEVEN HEYSE

SOUND – JON GEIRFINNSSON, LENJA GATHMANN

PRODUCTION DESIGN – KATHARINA HARING, MIRA KÖNIG

COSTUMES – VERONIKA HARB

EDITING – LISA GERETSCHLÄGER, SEBASTIAN LONGARIVA

MUSIC – MICHAEL SAUTER