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ALL ABOUT ME

by Caroline Link

synopsis

Ruhr Valley, Germany, 1972. Hans-Peter is a pudgy nine year-old growing up in the security of his family and fun-loving relatives. At first sight he might not be the most popular guy, but he has a talent for making others laugh, which he refines on a daily basis in his grandmother’s corner shop. However, dark shadows soon loom over the boy’s everyday life as his once cheerful mum becomes more and more depressed after an operation. Hans-Peter’s sad and hardworking father leaves him mostly in the care of his two grandmas, both of whom have big hearts and strong personalities. Their love and care make it possible for Hans-Peter to survive the ensuing emotional turmoil and use his comedic talents to heal his own wounds while also making people laugh along with him.

international title: All About Me
original title: Der Junge muss an die frische Luft
country: Germany
sales agent: Picture Tree International
year: 2018
genre: fiction
directed by: Caroline Link
film run: 99'
release date: DE 25/12/2018, ES 23/08/2019
screenplay: Ruth Toma
cast: Luise Heyer, Sönke Möhring, Diana Amft, Joachim Król, Elena Uhlig, Maren Kroymann, Julius Weckauf, Ursula Werner, Theresa Schneider, Katharina Hintzen
cinematography by: Judith Kaufmann
film editing: Simon Gstöttmayr
art director: Miyuki Kitagawa
costumes designer: Barbara Grupp
music: Niki Reiser
producer: Hermann Florin, Nico Hofmann, Sebastian Werninger
production: Gesellschaft für feine Filme, Ufa Cinema, Warner Bros Entertainment Germany
distributor: Warner Bros Entertainment Germany, Wanda Visión
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