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A LATE SUMMER’S NIGHT

by Bernhard Kammel

synopsis

A barbecue is being held in front of a mountain hut. The host, a bus driver, is celebrating his retirement. He has invited a few women with whom he always flirted while driving. The fun-filled celebration is continually interrupted by dangerous incidents. These challenges quicken the pace of relationships in the group. An orgy or a spiritual ceremony - anything becomes possible in this secluded hut.

international title: A late summer’s night
original title: Noch na zakate leta
country: Austria
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: Bernhard Kammel
release date: AT 11/05/2012
screenplay: Bernhard Kammel
cast: Sofia Tchernev, Anna Sinyakina, Gregory Hlady, Alla Kliouka Schaffer, Victor Lanberg, Kirill Käro, Dmitri Murashev, Ksenja Agarkova, Martin Geraskov, Yekaterina Fedulova, Nikolay Glinsky, Sofia Kouzeva-Tcherneva
cinematography by: Bernhard Kammel
film editing: Bernhard Kammel
art director: Lyudmila Kusakova
costumes designer: Svetlana Titova
music: Franz Hautzinger
producer: Bernhard Kammel
production: Plasma Film
distributor: Intercinema Agency
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