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STATIONS OF THE CROSS

by Dietrich Brüggemann

synopsis

Maria finds herself caught between two worlds. At school this 14-year-old girl has all the typical teenage interests, but when she’s at home with her family she follows the teachings of the Society of St. Pius XII and their traditionalist interpretation of Catholicism. Everything that Maria thinks and does must be examined before God. And since the Lord is a strict shepherd, she lives in constant fear of committing some misconduct. Whilst Maria’s mother takes a tough line in compelling her daughter to stay on the path of righteousness, her father is often reticent and stands back during critical moments. Conflicts intensify as arguments erupt with teachers and doctors. Desperate to please everyone, Maria soon finds herself trapped in the crossfire.

international title: Stations of the Cross
original title: Kreuzweg
country: Germany
sales agent: Beta Cinema
year: 2014
genre: fiction
directed by: Dietrich Brüggemann
film run: 107'
release date: DE 20/03/2014, AT 23/05/2014,IT 29/10/2015
screenplay: Dietrich Brüggemann, Anna Brüggemann
cast: Florian Stetter, Franziska Weisz, Lea van Acken, Lucie Aron, Moritz Knapp, Michael Kamp, Birge Schade
cinematography by: Alexander Sass
film editing: Vincent Assmann
art director: Klaus-Peter Platten
costumes designer: Bettina Marx
producer: Jochen Laube, Leif Alexis, Fabian Maubach
co-producer: Stefanie Groß, Barbara Häbe, Frank Evers, Helge Neubronner
production: Ufa Cinema, SWR – Südwestrundfunk, ARTE France, cine plus Filmproduktion
distributor: Camino Filmverleih, Satine Film, Vendetta Filmes, Thimfilm GmbH, Memento Films, Caramel Films

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main awards/selection

Berlin International Film Festival 2014 In competition
Silver Bear for Best Script
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