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FRIENDSHIP

by Rupert Henning

synopsis

Funeral preparations following the passing of Uncle Pepi, a dyed-in-the wool socialist, lead to the clash between an ideology-free son and his intensely “red” father in this political satire. When Uncle Pepi’s flat is searched for his old party badge in order to pin it to the dearly departed’s lapel two generations come to blows. And so begins a fight between ideologies and illusions which reveals both generations far more at odds with themselves than with each other.

international title: Friendship
original title: Freundschaft
country: Austria
year: 2006
genre: fiction
directed by: Rupert Henning
release date: AT 15/09/2006
screenplay: Rupert Henning, Florian Scheuba
cast: Rupert Henning, Erwin Steinhauer, Arthur Klemt, Herbert Brunner, Alexandra Sommerfeld
cinematography by: Michi Riebl
film editing: Britta Nahler
music: Mnozil Brass
producer: Danny Krausz, Kurt Stocker
production: Dor Film
backing: Österreichische Filminstitut
distributor: Filmladen
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