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by Franziska Pohlmann


Fear and terror dictate the everyday life of Arkus. Schiija, the evil queen of the city, fossilizes the residents into stone whenever she wants to demonstrate her dark power. Once a year she forces all inhabitants of Arkus to donate gifts to their queen at the gifts day. One week before this event Saraja, a homeless girl, finds an astonishing message. The letter are as follows: "Be here at midnight." At exactly twelve o'clock that day she comes back as the arcane message told her. Jono, the leader of the thieves with magical hands, is already waiting for her. Shortly before she was listening to his narration of the legend of the young boy Morius with the other members of the thieves with magical hands. Many years ago Morius has stolen a stone of Schiijas crown whereupon she turned him into stone. From this time on he is standing there as a fixed sculpture - no opportunity to talk or even talk. But the secret behind this evilness is, that he's still alive in his lithic prison. Schiija threatens him to transform the whole city of Arkus into a absolutely clean and diamond city. Only his release could prohibit this plan. Saraja and Jono both want to help Morius, but Saraja is absolutely not interested in working together with Jono. 

original title: Die Krone von Arkus
country: Germany
year: 2015
genre: fiction
directed by: Franziska Pohlmann
film run: 90
release date: DE 03/12/2015
screenplay: Franziska Pohlmann
cast: Marit Persiel, Anna-Lena Sender, Lukas Jantzen, Sonja Kerskes, Nicola Melissian, Ernst-Georg Schwill, Marion Iris Reinhardt
cinematography by: Julia Lohmann
film editing: Birgit Bahr, Andonia Gischina
music: Franziska Pohlmann
producer: Franziska Pohlmann
production: Pohlmann Creatives UG
distributor: Studio Hamburg Enterprises



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