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INSIDE AMERICA

by Barbara Eder

synopsis

Based on director Barbara Eder’s memories of her time at a high school in Brownsville Texas. The camera follows six young people on the border between puberty and adulthood. The actors actually attend the school, leading to a blurring of reality and fiction. The dreams of the young people in the film could be those of the actors, and these dreams are in stark contrast to what is taught in class, their first experiences with drugs, smalltown violence and hopelessness.

international title: Inside America
original title: Inside America
country: Austria
year: 2010
genre: fiction
directed by: Barbara Eder
film run: 107'
release date: AT 11/02/2011
screenplay: Barbara Eder
cast: Raul Juarez, Aimeé Lizette Saldivar, Zuleyma Jaime, Luis De Los Santos, Carlos Benavides, Patty Barrera
cinematography by: Christian Haake
film editing: Claudia Linzer
music: Gerrit Wunder
producer: Constanze Schumann
production: AG Schumann Eder, Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien
distributor: Thimfilm GmbH
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