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by Aron Lehmann


The drama unfolds in a remote village, and the protagonist is a middle-aged woman, Selma, who has a special gift: she can foresee death. Each time an okapi appears in her dreams, a person in the village dies in the days that follow. Selma lives together with her granddaughter Luise, who has been hiding herself away since the untimely death of her childhood friend. It's only when a Buddhist monk comes to the village that she finds a way out of her grief and gives the power of love a chance. The film is also a portrait of rural life, a village and its unusual inhabitants.

international title: What You Can See From Here
original title: Was man von hier aus sehen kann
country: Germany
year: 2022
genre: fiction
directed by: Aron Lehmann
film run: 103'
release date: DE 29/12/2022
screenplay: Aron Lehmann
cast: Luna Wedler, Corinna Harfouch, Karl Markovics, Peter Schneider, Thorsten Merten, Katja Studt, Rosalie Thomass, Golo Euler, Ava Petsch, Benny Radjaipour
film editing: Ana de Mier y Ortuño
music: Boris Bojadzhiev
producer: Ulrike Putz, Jakob Claussen
co-producer: Christoph Pellander
line producer: Jens Oberwetter
production: Claussen+Putz Filmproduktion GmbH (ex: Claussen Wöbke Putz Filmproduktion), StudioCanal Produktion
distributor: StudioCanal Germany

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