When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit uscirà nel Natale 2019
- Warner Bros. Pictures distribuirà in Germania l'adattamento del premio Oscar Caroline Link del classico della letteratura d'infanzia il 26 dicembre 2019
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As the Christmas holidays draw closer, the latest project by the German Oscar-winning writer-director Caroline Link (Nowhere in Africa [+leggi anche:
scheda film]) is still one year away from its national release. When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit [+leggi anche:
scheda film], an adaptation of British writer Judith Kerr’s 1971 award-winning semi-autobiographical novel of the same name – about a young Jewish girl and her family's escape from the Nazis through Switzerland and Paris in 1933, before settling in England in 1936 – will be released in Germany by Warner Bros. Pictures on 26 December 2019. The feature, the filming of which kicked off on 17 August and lasted six weeks this summer in Berlin, Munich, Prague and Bergell, is a Sommerhaus Filmproduktion co-production with Warner Bros. Film Productions Germany, Next Film Filmproduktion, and Swiss partners La Siala Entertainment and Hugofilm Productions.
The film features newcomers Riva Krymalowski, in the lead role of 9-year-old Anna, and Marinus Hohmann (Welcome to Germany [+leggi anche:
scheda film], The Famous Five and the Valley of Dinosaurs [+leggi anche:
scheda film]) as her brother Max, starring alongside Carla Juri (who played the title-role in Christian Schwochow's Paula [+leggi anche:
scheda film], also seen in Blade Runner 2049 [+leggi anche:
scheda film]), Oliver Masucci (who played Hitler in David Wnendt's Look Who's Back [+leggi anche:
scheda film], also known for his lead role in the TV series Dark), Justus von Dohnányi (Downfall [+leggi anche:
intervista: Bernd Eichinger
intervista: Joachim Fest
intervista: Oliver Hirschbiegel
scheda film], The Experiment) and Ursula Werner (Cloud 9 [+leggi anche:
The original novel When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit is often used in German and British schools as a way of introducing pupils to a dark chapter in German history and to life as a refugee. Caroline Link's film version is supported by the German Ministry of Culture BKM, the German Federal Film Board FFA, the German Federal Film Fund DFFF, the Agency for Media, IT and Film Baden-Württemberg, the Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg, the FilmFernsehFonds Bayern, and SRF Swiss Radio and Television, amongst others. The film's international sales are being handled by Beta Cinema.
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