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LITTLE GERMANS

by Mohammad Farokhmanesh, Frank Geiger

synopsis

Our children grow up in a world ruled by extremes: the fight for freedom and democracy on one side and the call for national isolation on the other side. Little Germans combines animation and documentary film to tell the stories of children that are born into extreme right-wing families. From a young age on they are conditioned to hate everything that seems "foreign". How does it feel to grow up in a world, where empathy is subsidiary and "the nation" stands above everything? And who do those "little Germans" become once they grow up? 

international title: Little Germans
original title: Kleine Germanen
country: Germany
year: 2019
genre: documentary
directed by: Mohammad Farokhmanesh, Frank Geiger
film run: 85'
release date: DE 9/05/2019
screenplay: Mohammad Farokhmanesh, Frank Geiger, Armin Hofmann
cinematography by: Marcus Winterbauer
film editing: Andrew Bird, Frank Geiger, Habiba Laout
music: Siegfried Friedrich
producer: Ali Samadi Ahadi, Mohammad Farokhmanesh, Frank Geiger, Armin Hofmann
co-producer: Karin C. Berger, Sabine Gruber, Arash T. Riahi
production: Little Dream Entertainment GmbH
distributor: Little Dream Entertainment GmbH
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