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SWABIAN CHILDREN

by Jo Baier

synopsis

The Tyrol, 1908. After a 20-year absence, Kasper comes home to see his father on his deathbed. He tells him about his life as a Swabian child torn from his home. Years earlier, when his mother's death had left the family in dire straits, his father had resolved to send Kaspar far from home to work as a farmhand. The child had left his region, in the company of many companions in woe.

international title: SWABIAN CHILDREN
original title: SCHWABENKINDER
country: Austria, Germany
sales agent: Telepool
year: 2003
genre: fiction
directed by: Jo Baier
film run: 110'
screenplay: Jo Baier
cast: Tobias Moretti, Hary Prinz, Jürgen Tarrach, Thomas Unterkirchner, Vadim Glowna
cinematography by: Tomas Erhart
film editing: Clara Fabry-Gasser
art director: Petra Heim
music: Thomas Osterhoff
production: EPO Film, Media Fonds 1 Filmproduktions
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