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NEUKÖLLN UNLIMITED

by Agostino Imondi, Dietmar Ratsch

synopsis

The Lebanese siblings Lial, Hassan and Maradona are successful dancers and musicians, who have been living in Germany their entire lives. Lial and Hassan just received a temporary residence permit, which allows them to work. However, Maradona, as the rest of the family, is in danger of being deported. Lial and Hassan now plan to use their talents and their working permit to financially maintain the family. They have one year to prove to the authorities that they are capable to succeed –or else their familiy will be torn apart.

original title: Neukölln Unlimited
country: Germany
year: 2009
genre: documentary
directed by: Agostino Imondi, Dietmar Ratsch
film run: 96'
release date: DE 08/04/2010
screenplay: Agostino Imondi
cinematography by: Dietmar Ratsch
film editing: Agostino Imondi, Lars Späth
music: Moritz Denis, Eike Hosenfeld, Tim Stanzel
producer: Arek Gielnik
production: INDI FILM GmbH, Noir Film GmbH & Co. KG, ARTE Deutschland
backing: Filmförderungsanstalt (FFA), Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg, MEDIA Programme, Deutsche Filmförderfonds (DFFF), Filmförderung Baden-Württemberg (MFG)
distributor: GMfilms
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