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ZVICRA

by Fisnik Maxhuni, Benoît Goncerut

synopsis

The second largest foreign population in Switzerland is Albanian, and this is reflected in the DNA of the Swiss society, at all levels. The film highlights the complexity of lost and rediscovered identities in a society that is destined to adapt to ever-increasing population arrivals, seems more relevant than ever. By giving the voice to the concerned people the film studies this new generation of “the new Swiss” through several key characters, each giving a particular insight on this issue. What does it means to be Swiss today?

international title: Zvicra
original title: Zvicra
country: Switzerland
year: 2018
genre: documentary
directed by: Fisnik Maxhuni, Benoît Goncerut
film run: 70'
screenplay: Fisnik Maxhuni, Benoît Goncerut
cinematography by: Fisnik Maxhuni, Jules Guarneri, Nikola Sanz
film editing: Jules Guarneri
music: Boris Gétaz
producer: Benoît Goncerut
executive producer: Fisnik Maxhuni
production: Visceral Films, Cause, RTS - Radio Télévision Suisse
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