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HE'S MY BROTHER

by Cille Hannibal

synopsis

Thirty-year-old Peter experiences life differently, through touch, smell and taste. Born without the ability to hear, see, or speak, Peter’s family must do this for him. Years later, he was also placed on the autism spectrum. Since she came into the world, his younger sister Christine has been by his side, guiding him and supporting their parents. Traveling through a myriad of emotions, she is now coming to terms with the fact that she will one day become his guardian.

international title: He's My Brother
original title: Skyggebarn
country: Denmark
sales agent: Cinephil
year: 2021
genre: documentary
directed by: Cille Hannibal
co-director: Christine Hanberg
film run: 75'
cinematography by: Cille Hannibal, Christine Hanberg, Julie Bezerra Madsen
film editing: Sofie Steenberger, Cille Hannibal
music: Sune Kølster
producer: Monica Hellstrøm
co-producer: Anita Rehoff Larsen
production: Final Cut for Real
backing: DFI (Danish Film Institute) + New Danish Screen, NFI - Norwegian Film Institute/Norsk Filminstitutt
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