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SEPTEMBER

by Max Färberböck

synopsis

After September 11th 2001 in Germany: They meet casually, more or less by chance, and return to their everyday lives. The eight figures in September come from different worlds, linked by one thing: they are all at the mercy of their conflicting emotions, their absolute inner turmoil reflected in, at times, unpredictable behaviour. The film offers a series of snapshots, not a key to a new way of life. It sheds light on a particular slice of time, the immediacy and synchronicity of events and their impact on individuals.

international title: September
original title: September
country: Germany
sales agent: Telepool
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: Max Färberböck
film run: 114'
release date: DE 26/06/03
screenplay: Max Färberböck, Sarah Khan, Matthias Pacht, Moritz Rinke, John von Düffel
cast: René Ifrah, Catharina Schuchmann, Justus von Dohnányi, Nina Proll, Jörg Schüttauf, Moritz Rinke
cinematography by: Carl-Friedrich Koschnick
film editing: Ewa J. Lind
art director: Knut Loewe
costumes designer: Monika Jakobs
music: Dario Marianelli
producer: Martin Hagemann
production: Distant Dreams Filmproduktion, Zero One Film, Telepool, NF2, ZDF
distributor: X Verleih
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