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OLGA'S SUMMER

by Nina Grosse

synopsis

Olga is 16 and ready. For life, love, adventure – anything else than her boring family in a tedious town that lies just off a highway. Olga's got a dream: Tangiers. And she's got principles, even if they're not of the traditional sort. "Only wild men are for loving" is one of them, "Take everything you can get" is another. So when she finds an unconscious man in a wrecked car one day, it all just clicks...

international title: Olga's Summer
original title: Olgas Sommer
country: Germany, France
sales agent: Global Screen GmbH (a brand of Telepool GmbH)
year: 2003
genre: fiction
directed by: Nina Grosse
film run: 105'
screenplay: Nina Grosse, Harald Goeckeritz
cast: Sunnyi Melles, Katja Flint, Hanns Zischler, Wotan Wilke Möhring, Sebastian Blomberg, Bruno Todeschini, Clémence Poésy
cinematography by: Benedict Neuenfels
film editing: Jens Klueber
art director: Stefan Schoenberg
producer: Peter Herrmann, Bettina Schüren, Antoine de Clermont-Tonnerre, Michael Weber, Andreas Bareiss
production: MTM West Television & Film, MACT Productions, WDR Westdeutscher Rundfunk
backing: German Federal Film Board (FFA), Filmstiftung NRW, BKM, CNC
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