1944. The coldest German winter of World War II. African-American private Jamar gets lost behind the enemy frontline. When he takes shelter in a cabin of Hurtgen Forest he struggles in an uncertain path with fateful encounters for heading home again.
A parable about times when humanity seems to be lost. But being human might be the only chance to bond with each other to survive.
Christoph Oliver Strunck started making films at the age of 15. He graduated from the University of Television & Film Munich and has produced over 15 internationally rewarded short and feature films. Having released a documentary in 2013, 'The Third King' is his first narrative film as a director. Now he is working on his feature debut 'Son Of Elvis'.