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  • Romy Kraus

Perspektive Deutsches Kino 2019 to open with “EASY LOVE IS NO EASY LOVE”

The first six films have now been invited to participate in Perspektive Deutsches Kino 2019. And this time everything revolves around love: love of another person, love of a special place, love of the cinema, love of one’s faith, and love of life.

Stella Vivien Dhingra and Niclas Jüngermann in easy love by Tamer Jandali / © Janis Mazuch

“The different ways in which love plays out provide a powerful portrait of the current generation of 25 to 45-year-olds,” remarks section head Linda Söffker. “The filmmakers and their characters are creative, egocentric, and hedonistic — they live in the tension created by a love of adventure and self-realisation, on the one hand, and the desire for trust and security, on the other.”

The complete programme of Perspektive Deutsches Kino will be announced in January.

easy love by Tamer Jandali with Stella Vivien Dhingra, Sophia Seidenfaden, Sönke Andersen, Lenika Lukas Feature film World premiere

Die Einzelteile der Liebe (The Components of Love) by Miriam Bliese with Birte Schnöink, Ole Lagerpusch, Andreas Döhler, Justus Fischer Feature film World premiere

Die Grube (The Pit) by Hristiana Raykova Documentary World premiere

Off Season by Henning Beckhoff with Franziska Petri, Godehard Giese Medium-long feature film World premiere

Oray by Mehmet Akif Büyükatalay with Zejhun Demirov, Deniz Orta, Cem Göktaş, Ferhat Keskin, Mikael Bajrami Feature film World premiere

Guest of the Perspektive:

6Minuten66 (6Minutes66) by Katja Feldmeier and Julius Feldmeier Documentary World premiere

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