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BERLIN - 1ST OF MAY

by Carsten Ludwig, Jan-Christoph Glaser, Sven Taddicken, Jakob Ziemnicki

synopsis

An 11-year-old Turkish boy, two young men from a small town and a cuckolded policeman from the suburbs all find their way to Berlin on May Day, where emotions come to the boil every year in the Kreuzberg district.

international title: Berlin - 1st of May
original title: Berlin - 1. Mai
country: Germany
year: 2007
genre: fiction
directed by: Carsten Ludwig, Jan-Christoph Glaser, Sven Taddicken, Jakob Ziemnicki
film run: 90'
release date: DE 30/04/2008, FR 15/05/2010
screenplay: Carsten Ludwig, Michael Proehl, Oliver Ziegenbalg, Jakob Ziemnicki
cast: Jakob Matschenz, Ludwig Trepte, Cemal Subasi, Benjamin Höppner, Torsten Michaelis, Oktay Özdemir
cinematography by: Daniela Knapp, Daniel Möller, Kolja Raschke, David Schultz
film editing: Carsten Eder, Sebastian Marka
art director: Petra Albert, Juliane Friedrich, Christian Sitta
costumes designer: Christian Röhrs
music: Christoph Blaser, Dirk Dresselhaus, Steffen Kahles, Rainer von Vielen
producer: Jon Handschin, Alexander Bickenbach, Christian Rohde
production: Frisbeefilms GmbH & Co. KG, Jetfilm GmbH
distributor: JetFilm Verleih
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