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INBETWEEN WORLDS

by Feo Aladag

synopsis

Jesper is a soldier in the German army. Although his brother was killed whilst serving in Afghanistan, he nevertheless reports for a new tour of duty in this war zone. He and his unit are to protect a remote village from the Taliban. One of the people accompanying Jesper is a young interpreter, Tarik, whose job includes mediating between soldiers and villagers. Both sides have a hard time trying to overcome the differences in their respective ways of life. Jesper must gain the trust of both villagers and the allied Arbaki militia and his nerves are soon on edge. He finds himself increasingly morally conflicted as a result of his superiors’ orders. His association with the Germans means Tarik’s life is constantly under threat, but when Tarik begins to fear for his sister’s safety, Jesper has to make a decision.

international title: Inbetween Worlds
original title: Zwischen Welten
country: Germany
sales agent: The Match Factory
year: 2014
genre: fiction
directed by: Feo Aladag
film run: 98'
release date: DE 27/03/2014
screenplay: Feo Aladag
cast: Ronald Zehrfeld, Mohsin Ahmady, Saida Barmaki, Abdul Salam Yosofzai, Burghart Klaußner, Felix Kramer, Pit Bukowski
cinematography by: Judith Kaufmann
film editing: Andrea Mertens
art director: Silke Buhr
costumes designer: Gabrielle Reumer
music: Jan A. P. Kaczmarek
producer: Feo Aladag
co-producer: Hans W. Geißendörfer
production: Independent Artists Filmproduktion, Geissendoerfer Film & Fernsehproduktion KG, Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (ZDF)
distributor: Majestic Filmverleih, Eurozoom

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main awards/selection

Berlin International Film Festival 2014 In competition
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