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NEANDERTAL

by Ingo Haeb, Jan-Christoph Glaser

synopsis

Skin as a mirror of the soul: Since his earliest childhood 17-year-old Guido suffers from neurodermatitis. After being hospitalized on account of a particularly severe attack, he is persuaded to go into holistic therapy, which teaches that the origin of the disease can be found in the emotional state of the patient.

original title: Neandertal
country: Germany
year: 2006
genre: fiction
directed by: Ingo Haeb, Jan-Christoph Glaser
screenplay: Ingo Haeb
cast: Jacob Matschenz, Andreas Schmidt, Johanna Gastdorf, Falk Rockstroh, Tim Egloff
cinematography by: Ralf M. Mendle
film editing: Sarah J. Levine
art director: Oliver Koch
costumes designer: Elena Wegner, Martina Jeddicke
music: Jakob Ilja
producer: Peter Rommel, David Groenewold
production: Rommel Film, German Filmproduction GFP, Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (ZDF), Arte Straßburg Spielund Fernsehfilm (FR)
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