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DIRTY SKY

by Andy Bausch

synopsis

Followed by a sadistic German police officer, the two young runaways Jenny and Paul flee to Paris, the city of their dreams. Paris is as colorful and alive as their German provincial town was small and gray. They enjoy Paris to the fullest - in brasseries and nights in Montmartre - but the police catch up with them.
Dirty Sky is a modern fairytale with a double ending: an eternally classic love story and a bloody road movie.

international title: DIRTY SKY
original title: DIRTY SKY
country: Germany
sales agent: Aladin Media (DE)
year: 2003
genre: fiction
directed by: Andy Bausch
film run: 88'
screenplay: Claude-Oliver Rudolph, Claude-Oliver Rudolph
cast: Cosma Shiva Hagen, Nikolai Kinski, Claude-Oliver Rudolph, Sabine von Maydell, Uwe Fellensiek
cinematography by: Frank Grunert
art director: Kalle Braune
music: DAF & Die Soehne Mannheims
producer: Claude-Oliver Rudolph, Barbara Wackernagel-Jacobs
production: Carpe diem Film & TV Produktions, Les Films D'Europe (LU)
backing: Filmstiftung Nordrheln-Westfalen, Saar Toto
distributor: Aladin Media (DE)
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