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EYE SONG

by Mischka Popp, Thomas Bergmann

synopsis

A film about loss. And a film about wealth.
Blindness is fascinating for the sighted. And alarming. And inconceivable. How do the blind see the world? We took a trip through Europe. And met very different people. All are blind. A film exclusively with the blind. But it deals with seeing. With the visible and the invisible. With hearing, with smelling. With beauty and with fear. With dreams. With perception of the world with all the senses. Not a film about the handicapped. A film about us.
About our retina, our perception.

international title: Eye Song
original title: Augenlied
country: Germany
sales agent: Pilotfilm (DE)
year: 2003
genre: fiction
directed by: Mischka Popp, Thomas Bergmann
film run: 90'
release date: DE 09/10/2003
screenplay: Mischka Popp, Thomas Bergmann
cast: Nuria del Saz, Stefan Demeter, John M. Hull, Tamara Kurenkowa, Malik Neslihan, Natascha Pilugin, Oleg Pilugin, Reinhard Riemer, Stefan Tarasewicz, Janis Wega, Guenther Wieland, Renata Wojewoda
cinematography by: Andreas Höfer
film editing: Peter Przygodda
music: Glasmusik, Cantus Lapidum
producer: Sabine Fischer
production: Pilotfilm, Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (ZDF)
distributor: GMfilms
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