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MARMORERA

by Markus Fischer

synopsis

In the early 1950s the Alpine village of Marmorera and the surrounding valley was flooded because of a local dam project. Even today the sunken village hasn’t been lain to rest. Then an unknown, confused young woman is rescued from Lake Marmorera, and soon becomes a puzzling figure of much concern for Zurich’s psychiatrists. One of them, Simon Cavegn, himself originally from Marmorera, treats the young woman and slowly starts to discover the dark secret of Marmorera.

original title: Marmorera
country: Switzerland, Germany
sales agent: Telepool
year: 2007
genre: fiction
directed by: Markus Fischer
screenplay: Dominik Bernet, Markus Fischer
cast: Anatole Taubman, Eva Dewaele, Mavie Hörbiger, Urs Hefti, Norbert Schwientek, Peter Jecklin, Patrick Frey, Mathias Gnädinger
cinematography by: Jörg Schmidt-Reitwein
film editing: Bernhard Lehner
music: Peter Scherer
producer: Jörg Bundschuh, Josefa Haas
production: Snakefilm GmbH, Kick Film GmbH, SRF - Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen, Teleclub AG, Arte
distributor: Rialto Film
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