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TWINNI

by Ulrike Schweiger

synopsis

Great expectations and great dreams. At the age of 13 Jana has to relocate from Vienna to her grandmother’s home in the countryside. Deeply shocked by her parents’ divorce she tries to find warmth and orientation outside of the family. But the strict confines of catholic culture make her become a rebel and let the conflict with her mother escalate. At the end of summer Jana is on the brink of growing up and experiencing her first moments of love.

international title: Twinni
original title: Twinni
country: Austria
sales agent: Allegro Film
year: 2003
genre: fiction
directed by: Ulrike Schweiger
film run: 89'
release date: AT 05/09/2003
screenplay: Ulrike Schweiger, Michael Tanczos
cast: Maria Hofstätter, Ingrid Burkhard, Diana Latzko, Horst Backfrieder, Hanna Halbmayr, Erika Mottl, Raffaela Rechberger, Franz Weindl
cinematography by: Michi Riebl
film editing: Roland Dutzler
art director: Veronika Merlin
costumes designer: Christine Böhm
music: Stefan Jungmair, Johannes Konecny
producer: Helmut Grasser
production: Allegro Film
distributor: Filmladen
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