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Thursday . May 3 (Kinosaal/Cinema)
6 pm / 18 Uhr

HAM & THE PIPER
Director: Mark Norfolk
Narrative, Color, 80 min.
UK 2011
English

"Ham & The Piper" is a quirky love story exploring the relationship between an elderly couple, Burt, a West Indian man and his wife Jean, who is Jewish. One day when Burt thinks Jean is dying, he battles with his emotions, as he contemplates life without her.

"Ham & The Piper" ist eine eigentümliche Liebesgeschichte, die die Beziehung eines älteren Paares beschreibt – Burt, ein Mann von den Westindischen Inseln, und seine jüdische Ehefrau Jean. Eines Tages, als Burt glaubt, Jean würde sterben, kämpft er mit seinen Emotionen, während er sich ein Leben ohne sie vorstellt.

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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