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FRANKFURT COINCIDENCES

by Enkelejd Lluca

synopsis

Najila, Abdullah, Ana, Aidu and Udo Schmitz have one thing in common: They all live in the same old building in a district of Frankfurt which is rich in cultural diversity. Najila, the daughter of shopkeeper Abdullah Aydin, has worked in her father's store since she was a girl. She falls in love with Erik. Erik has a complicated relationship with his parents, as he refuses to follow in his father's footsteps as expected. He loves Najila. The secret lovers see each other only on weekends, as the cultural identity of neither permits a normal relationship. When Najila becomes pregnant, the young couple have to make a difficult decision. Ana's parents died when she was very young, and she grew up with her younger sister. She works as a prostitute, receiving clients in her apartment at night. She's trying to save money so her daughter can have a better life than she does. Financial problems from the past force her to leave Frankfurt unexpectedly...

original title: Frankfurt Coincidences
country: Germany
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: Enkelejd Lluca
release date: DE 17/05/2012
screenplay: Enkelejd Lluca
cast: David Wurawa, Bolor Sharkhuukhen, Ulrich Günther, Teodora Djuric, Ramin Yazdani, Benedikt Blaskovic, Reiner Wagner, Martin Walde
cinematography by: Dennis Mill
film editing: Dennis Mill, Enkelejd Lluca
art director: Janina Schimmelbauer, Anne Walde
costumes designer: Janina Schimmelbauer, Anne Walde
music: Johannes Helsberg, Werner Wienand
producer: Enkelejd Lluca, Dennis Mill, Cho Sung-Hyung
production: Assholius Productions
distributor: Eclipse
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