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LIVING WITH HANNAH

by Erica von Moeller

synopsis

Life with Hannah is anything but easy. She is young and pretty, but also deeply mysterious and enigmatic. Floating between her bare apartment and gloomy photo lab, she has wrapped herself in a cocoon of Inapproachability. Neither her work colleagues nor her partner, daughter or parents can pierce Hannah's armor of rules, rituals and barriers. As this artificial sense of security is successively infiltrated by an anonymous stranger, Hannah's life slowly but surely turns into a thriller that will blur the boundaries between real danger and her inner demons. In her quest to confront the invisible enemy, Hannah re-establishes contact with her past and her equally repressed present.

international title: Living with Hannah
original title: Leben mit Hannah
country: Germany
sales agent: Unafilm
year: 2006
genre: fiction
directed by: Erica von Moeller
film run: 85'
screenplay: Soenke Lars Neuwoehner
cast: Nina Hoss, Isabel Bongard, Wolfram Koch, Matthias Brandt, Marie-Lou Sellem, Milan Peschel
cinematography by: Sophie Maintigneux
film editing: Gesa Marten
art director: Birgit Esser
music: Axel Schweppe
production: unafilm, Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (ZDF), ARTE France
backing: Filmstiftung NRW
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