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SILLY'S SWEET SUMMER

by Johannes Schmid

synopsis

Twelve-year-old Martin is a little too small for his age. Too thin and too quiet, as his mother is unfortunately always reminding him. He and his blue baseball cap are joined at the hip, or rather, at the head. Martin and his parents have just moved to the quiet little town of Bellbach. A new home, a new school, but no new friends. Even on his first day, there’s trouble...

international title: Silly's Sweet Summer
original title: Blöde Mütze!
country: Germany
year: 2007
genre: fiction
directed by: Johannes Schmid
film run: 90'
screenplay: Johannes Schmid, Michael Demuth, Philipp Budweg
cast: Johann Hillmann, Konrad Baumann, Lea Eisleb, Inka Friedrich, Stephan Kampwirth
cinematography by: Michael Bertl
film editing: Thomas Kohler
art director: Angelica Böhm
costumes designer: Steffi Bruhn
music: Michael Heilrath
producer: Ingelore König, Philipp Budweg, Johannes Schmid
production: Kinderfilm GmbH, RBB, BR
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