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BECK'S LAST SUMMER

by Frieder Wittich

synopsis

Beck is in his late thirties. He once wanted to be a rock star but ended up a music teacher in Berlin instead. He was kicked out of his band a long time ago, his friendship with drummer Charlie is all that remains. One day Beck realizes that one of his pupils could be his ticket out of mediocrity. One of his students, Rauli Kantas, is a musical prodigy, a hugely gifted electric guitar player and a great songwriter. Beck decides to take the boy under his wing, helping him have what he didn't - a career as a musician. His motives are not entirely altruistic, as he tries to steer the boy into the right direction – which proves difficult because the quiet young man Rauli harbours a secret. Things become even more complicated when Charlie asks a big favor of Beck. He's been diagnosed with lymphoma and wants to pay a last visit to his mother in Istanbul. A very unusual road trip begins...

international title: Beck's Last Summer
original title: Becks letzter Sommer
country: Germany
sales agent: ARRI Media Worldsales
year: 2015
genre: fiction
directed by: Frieder Wittich
film run: 98'
release date: DE 23/07/2015
screenplay: Frieder Wittich, Oliver Ziegenbalg, Benedict Wells
cast: Christian Ulmen, Eugene Boateng, Friederike Becht, Fabian Hinrichs
cinematography by: Christian Rein
film editing: Marty Schenk
costumes designer: Silke Faber
music: Tobias Jundt (Bonaparte)
producer: Jens Oberwetter, Jakob Claussen, Uli Putz
co-producer: Helge Sasse, Solveig Fina, Franz Kraus, Antonio Exacoustos
production: Claussen Wöbke Putz Filmproduktion, Senator Film Produktion, ARRI Film & TV Services, B.A. Produktion GmbH, 23/5 Filmproduktion GmbH
distributor: Senator Filmverleih

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