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FRITZI: A REVOLUTIONARY TALE

by Matthias Bruhn, Ralf Kukula

synopsis

East Germany, 1989. Twelve-year-old Fritzi lovingly takes care of her best friend Sophie's little dog Sputnik, while Sophie's family is on summer vacation in Hungary. When Sophie doesn't come back from vacation, Fritzi and Sputnik set out in search of her. Historically accurate, authentic and with lots of rich period detail and atmosphere, this moving animated film for the whole family retells the story of the peaceful revolution of 1989 from a child's perspective. An entertaining and exciting tale of the Fall of the Wall, and of the people who were brave enough to change the world, which will make a lasting impression, not only on young viewers.

international title: Fritzi: A Revolutionary Tale
original title: Fritzi: Eine Wendewundergeschichte
country: Germany, Luxembourg, Belgium, Czech Republic
year: 2019
genre: animation
directed by: Matthias Bruhn, Ralf Kukula
film run: 86'
release date: DE 9/10/2019, AT 11/10/2019
screenplay: Beate Völcker
film editing: Stefan Urlaß
music: André Dziezuk
producer: Ralf Kukula, Richard Lutterbeck, Patrick Quinet, Stephane Quinet, Johannes Schiehsl, Benjamin Swiczinsky, Conrad Tambour, Pierre Urbain, Martin Vandas, Alena Vandasová, Matthias Bruhn
line producer: David Mouraire
production: Balance Film, TrickStudio Lutterbeck, Doghouse Films, Artémis Productions, Maur Film
backing: Eurimages
distributor: Weltkino Filmverleih Gmbh
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