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ANDUNI - FREMDE HEIMAT

by Samira Radsi

synopsis

Armenian Belinda feels at home in Germany, where she was born, lives and studies just like any other German girl her age. But when she loses her father, she is suddenly drawn into the traditional Armenian lifestyle of her migrant relatives. Her aunts require her to work in their seamstress shop and secretly plot to marry her off to one of her kind. While Belinda is becoming increasingly curious about her roots, their traditional ways also threaten her relationship with Manuel, a German. She embarks on a journey into the past and the present to find out who she really is.

original title: Anduni - Fremde Heimat
country: Germany, Luxembourg
year: 2011
genre: fiction
directed by: Samira Radsi
film run: 91'
release date: UK 20/09/2011, DE 01/12/2011
screenplay: Karin Kaci
cast: Irina Potapenko, Florian Lukas, Tilo Prückner, Berrin Alganer-Lenz, Günay Köse, Nursel Köse, Peter Millowitsch
cinematography by: Matthias Fleischer
film editing: Thierry Faber
art director: Christina Schaffer
music: Dürbeck & Dohmen
producer: Anita Elsani
production: Elsani Film, Paul Thiltges Distributions, WDR Westdeutscher Rundfunk
distributor: Filmlichter
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