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by Christoph Schaub


In order to be able to do her work in a centre for the homeless, Antonia, a deaf nun, has to make the daily journey from her convent to the city by train. She encounters Mikas. A new exciting world opens up for Antonia because, like herself, Mikas is also deaf. These two people, so different from each other, are able to converse in their common language, sign language. Antonia and Mikas fall in love.

original title: Stille Liebe
country: Switzerland
sales agent: T&C Edition
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: Christoph Schaub
film run: 90'
release date: CH 22/11/2001, DE 25/09/2003, FR 03/12/2003
screenplay: Christoph Schaub, Peter Purtschert
cast: Emmanuelle Laborit, Lars Otterstedt, Renate Becker, Wolfram Berger, Renate Steiger
cinematography by: Thomas Hardmeier
film editing: Fee Liechti
art director: Monika Bregger
costumes designer: Dorothee Schmid
music: Antoine Auberson
producer: Marcel Hoehn
production: T&C Film AG, SRF - Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen, Teleclub AG
distributor: Columbus Film, Kinowelt Filmverleih (DE), Est-Ouest Distribution (FR),
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