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GRAVEN UPON THY PALM

by Rouven Blankenfeld

synopsis

Maria and her husband move in with her father after he suffers a debilitating aneurism. When her father's intensive demands conflict with her husband's expectations, the situation soon becomes too much for Maria to handle. Soon her husband's insensitivity and lack of support turns abusive. To further complicate matters, Maria begins to receive anonymous phone calls, which over time distance her from her family and her deep religious values.

international title: Graven Upon Thy Palm
original title: In die Hand geschrieben
country: Germany
year: 2004
genre: fiction
directed by: Rouven Blankenfeld
film run: 75'
screenplay: Rouven Blankenfeld
cast: Irma Schmitt, Hans-Peter Deppe, Klaus Lehmann, Daniel Wiemer, Heidrun Grote, Axel Gottschick
cinematography by: Frederik Walker
film editing: San deep Mehta, Rouven Blankenfeld
art director: Claudia Stock, Ulf Czellnik
music: Claudia Schmitz
production: Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln (KHM)
backing: Filmstiftung Nordrheln-Westfalen
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