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1949



Germany, 2011, 35 mm - Black and White - 16 minutes

DIRECTED BY:
Paul Florian Müller

CAST:
THE MAN Rainer Sellien, STERNBERG Thomas Sarbacher, YOUNG COLLEAGUE Anna Blomeier, JUDGE Max Volkert Martens, JUDGE ASSISTENT Martin Goeres, ROSENBAUM Stéphane Lalloz, EIGNER Jörg Bundschuh

SCREENPLAY:
Paul Florian Müller

PHOTOGRAPHY:
Tobias von dem Borne

EDITING:
Özlem Konuk

MUSIC:
Gary Marlowe

SOUND:
Steffen Herzberg

PRODUCER:
Jonas Weydemann, Jakob D. Weydemann, Jan Schütte

PRODUCTION:
Weydemann Bros. GbR

WORLD SALES:
Weydemann Bros. GbR

STORY DESCRIPTION:

The year 1949 in Germany: a man wakes up in a cellar, next to him two dead bodies. He doesn’t remember who he is or what happened. An investigator tries to find out if the man is a suspect or a victim. The psychological cat-and-mouse game between the two men turns into a race against time.
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:

Paul is from Mannheim, Germany, where he started working as a production assistant at a local production company while still attending high school. After that he began studying film & design at Lazi Academy in Stuttgart. There he wrote and directed several short films and also worked as a freelance photographer. After graduating in the summer of 2006 he returned to his hometown to work as an assistant director at the prestigious National Theatre. In the fall of 2007 he began studying at the German Film and Television Academy in Berlin where he wrote screenplays for several short and feature films and also directed a couple of shorts. His second year feature script, the Christmas comedy “Feiertage” (Holidays) was immediately sold to a German TV station. He graduated in 2010 and is currently working on two feature scripts for Ufa Cinema

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