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ROSEHILL

by Mari Cantu

synopsis

Ten-year-old Panka and six-year-old Mischka spend an idyllic childhood in a well-guarded villa and its overgrown garden in Rosehill. It is the summer of 1956. The children's idiosyncratic world mirrors the grotesque combination of the superstitious and God-fearing sensitivity of the domestic staff and the parents' efforts to build a 'new world order" while, notwithstanding their communist ideals, living in the lap of luxury. The adults are busy; the children grow up without restraints, like weeds. The overgrown garden is their world.

international title: Rosehill
original title: Rosenhuegel
country: Germany
sales agent: ARRI Media Worldsales
year: 2003
genre: fiction
directed by: Mari Cantu
film run: 97'
screenplay: Mari Cantu, Balint Horvath
cast: Péter Andorai, Abel Fekete, Naomi Rózsa, Erika Marozsán
cinematography by: Tibor Máthé
film editing: Matthias Behrens
art director: Gabor Nagy
music: Mick Harvey
producer: Péter Miskolczi, Alexander Ris, Joerg Rothe
production: Mediopolis GmbH, Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (ZDF), ARTE France, Eurofilm Studio/Budapest
backing: Mitteldeutsche Medienfoerderung. Eurimages, Filmboard Berlin-Brandenburg, Magyar Mozgokep Koezalapitvany
distributor: Progress Film-Verleih
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