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Au Bout Du Mond...

1999 /
Very normal people live in very abnormal circumstances on the top of a mountain.

BSSS…

1999 /
A fly discovers a children's book. There's an elephant standing on its trunk. Oh, think the fly. That seems interesting to her, because she has a trunk, after all ... KDF

Furniture Poetr...

1999 /
A film game inspired by Ludwig Wittgenstein's quote: "What prevents me from assuming that this table, if nobody looks at it, either disappears or changes its shape and colour (...)"? Paul Bush accepts the challenge and changes everything that is not nailed down in mad insanity. Who knows what's real? What is the proof that I know something? Duscha Kistler

Morgenröte

1999 /
In the 71st century the Planetoid Nietzsche is ruled by Madame Curie, the X-th clone of the former Polish scientist and first professor in the world.

PELÍŠKY

1999 /
Winter 1967: The loyal officer and party soldier Šebek and the Czech nationalist Kraus quarrel in an apartment block of a Prague suburb. When the love affair between their children seems to reconcile the divided neighbours, Soviet tanks roar in front of the window. Comedy that has become a hit with the public and gives the best of typical anecdotes of everyday real-socialist life. Winter 1967: In an apartment block of a Prague suburb, the loyal officer and party soldier Šebek quarrels with the Czech nationalist Kraus, who was in prison during the Nazi occupation. Between bourgeois piano music and socialist presents with "unbreakable" Polish egg cups, Šebek and Kraus tease in best Don Camillo and Peppone manner. When a love affair between their children seems to reconcile the divided neighbors, Soviet tanks roar in front of the window. This comedy, which has become an audience hit, draws on the anecdotes of everyday life. BB/JT

Removed

1999 /
A film of unfulfilled dreams. Naomi Uman removed the object of desire from a 1970s porn movie. Using nail polish remover and bleach, she made the female body invisible frame by frame. What remains is a phantom. The upright Romeos grasp with full hands into the void and remain alone with their masculinity. Ines Seifert

Restricted

1999 /
How poor would the world be without advice and prohibitions? "Try your luck! Don't do it!" Or also: Everyone as he wants, but not like this! An American Haiku.

Sportfrei

1999 /
A group of adolescents has conquered the ruins of a swimming stadium as an adventure playground. Here they can let off steam, measure their strength against iron and stone, roam around curiously and break what is already broken with impunity. Her parents could have swum here, but kids only know the present. Children always find a way, like a hole in the wall. They can let off steam in the abandoned swimming pool. Ruins have always been very attractive to children. This is the Karl-Friedrich Friesen swimming stadium in Berlin's Volkspark Friedrichshain. It was built in 1951 and opened during the World Festival. Until the end of the 1980s it served as a competition venue and public outdoor swimming pool, but was closed in 1989 due to dilapidation and demolished in spring 1999. KF

Voiz

1999 /
The establishment of Soviet power in Uzbekistan and the forced liberation of Muslim women from veiling is revealed in Yusup Razykov's film in a grotesque way. With a lot of irony and empathy he describes the conflict of people between the new Bolshevik ideology and traditional Islamic values. The tragicomedy tells the story of the young coachman Iskandar and his three wives. He's giving refuge to a wounded Russian revolutionary. After the victory of the revolution, he became an agitator for the new government because of his oratorical talent. Convinced of the socialist ideals, Iskandar actively promotes the Bolshevik regime with great passion and enthusiasm. He also tries to implement the new ideas in everyday family life, despite the resistance of his wives. His popularity among the locals is growing enormously, which he obviously enjoys. Only late does it become clear to him that the new has also fundamentally changed his private life. He loses himself in the contradictions of the revolution, becomes a victim of the ardent agitator and threatens to lose both his family and his pure conscience. SwS