‚Horst and Marie‘ is a story about loneliness and deeply seated emotional wounds.
Horst is an outsider. He wrote down his most fervent wish on a piece of paper which he
guards like a treasure. But when one day Mary finds the slip of paper his life seams to spin
completely out of control.
The film means to demonstrate that appearances may deceive. Not always are things the
way they appear to be. How often is a judgment made prematurely? Which role do our experiences play when it comes to judging other people? And how well do we know ourselves?
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
After an interim study in architekture Dominik earned his degree in management for audiovisual
media after an apprenticeship at EIKON Süd GmbH TV and film production in Munich. At this firm he
was involved in the implementation of high-quality documentaries as well as fictional children and
He gained additional film set experience at several television productions, such as Franz Xaver Bogner‘s TV series ‚München 7‘.
Furthermore, Dominik realises his own short films has appeared with „Zwei Seiten meines Lebens“ at several national and international festivals.
Since October 2011 he has started his studies at the german film school Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg in Ludwigsburg.