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by Axel Ranisch


Actually, Florian Herbst is happiest when his dad isn’t at home. Then he can dance around the house with his mum, wear crazy costumes and forget all his troubles. And Hanno Herbst doesn’t really know what to do with his son, who has two left hands, a much too big belly and is neither interested in sports nor girls. But it’s not that bad! There is still mum. With a tender dominance she keeps the family’s fragile harmony in check and protects her two men from each other. At least until one terrible morning, when the house of cards collapses and mum vanishes from their lives from one moment to the next. Father and son are left behind, overwhelmed, but gradually learn to cope and find common ground. This is the story of I feel like Disco. Sometimes humorous and absurd, sometimes sad, sometimes fabulous.

international title: I Feel Like Disco
original title: Ich fühl mich Disco
country: Germany
year: 2013
genre: fiction
directed by: Axel Ranisch
film run: 98'
release date: DE 31/10/2013
screenplay: Axel Ranisch, Sönke Andresen
cast: Frithjof Gawenda, Heiko Pinkowski, Christina Grosse, Robert Alexander Baer, Christian Steiffen, Talisa Lilly Lemke, Petra Hartung
cinematography by: Dennis Pauls
film editing: Milenka Nawka, Guernica Zimgabel
art director: Lena Moritzen
costumes designer: Lena Moritzen
producer: Alexandra Kordes, Meike Kordes
co-producer: Katharina Dufner, Anne Even
production: Kordes & Kordes Film GmbH, Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (ZDF), ARTE Deutschland
backing: MBB
distributor: Salzgeber & Co. Medien
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