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Friday . May 4 (Kinosaal/Cinema)
11 pm / 23 Uhr

GRÜNE OLIVEN / GREEN OLIVES
Director: Gisèle Sabina Mbamu
Narrative, Color, 17 min.
Germany
German with English subtitles

Fourteen year old Julian Kalmbach is a lonely boy, neglected by his parents. In 37 year old Thomas Balzer, the boy finds the love and affection denied him for so long. A dangerous love story takes its course. How far would you go, simply to be loved?

Der 14-jährige Julian Kalmbach ist ein einsamer Jugendlicher, von seinen Eltern vernachlässigt. In dem 37-jährigen Thomas Balzer findet er Liebe und Zuneigung, die er so lange vermisst hat. Eine gefährliche Liebesgeschichte nimmt ihren Lauf. Wie weit würdest du gehen, nur um geliebt zu werden?

Grüne Oliven

Grüne Oliven

Grüne Oliven
Gisèle Sabina Mbamu

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"I may not make it if I try, but I damn sure won´t if I don´t..."
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"Yes, I can...!"
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Classic In Black
Portraits and Poems

 

A COMPLEXION CHANGE
Transnational and Intercultural Diplomacy

"View to the Future - The Flag still flies"

XXVII.
Black International Cinema Berlin

May 2-6, 2012

Black International Cinema Berlin
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PROGRAM SCHEDULE
FESTIVAL IMPRESSIONS
INTERNATIONAL
PRESS VOICES
FILM AWARDS
HISTORY
Workshop for
Puppet Theatre, Berlin
"FOOTPRINTS IN THE SAND?" - Exhibition
"FOOTPRINTS IN THE SAND?" - Photo Gallery
Footprints in the Sand?
an exploration - excavation
Poetry by Ursula Troche
PAR - Performing Arts Review
Taiwan 2008 / Portrait of
Prof. Donald Muldrow Griffith