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The Eremites Germany, Austria 2016 | 110 min | OV with english st | Colour | FF 2016

Ronny Trocker

Ronny Trocker (*1978) was born in South Tyrol and worked for several years as a sound engineer in Berlin. In 2004, he moved to Argentina and studied cinema at the Universidad del Cine in Buenos Aires. Die Einsiedler is his debut feature.

rated for 0 + years
Albert grew up on a remote farm in South Tyrol. On the urging of his mother, who wanted to spare her son the loneliness of mountain life, he left the farm a few years ago and moved into the valley, where he works in a marble quarry. The introverted young man doesn't make friends easily and has to learn to live in urban society. When his father has a fatal accident, his mother keeps it secret from her son because she fears that would make him move back to the farm. But the old woman cannot manage all the work on her own and, just as Albert is finding his feet in the valley and has even fallen in love, she tells him the truth. Albert is confronted with an existential decision for himself and his mother. The film uses stunning photography to portray an archaic world in which humans and nature co-exist closely together.  
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Orig. Title: Die Einsiedler
Filmtype: Fiction Feature
Original language: German
Section: Free Port
Tags:
Director: Ronny Trocker
Screenplay: Ronny Trocker, Rolando Grumt-Suarez
Cast: Ingrid Burkhard, Andreas Lust, Orsi Tóth, Hannes Perkmann, Georg Kaser
Producer: Susanne Mann, Paul Zischler
Sprachfassung: OV with english st
Music:
Camera: Klemens Hufnagl
Set Designer: Stefan Oppenländer
Cutter: Julia Drack
Redaktion: Björn Thönicke
Format: dcp
Printsource: Agnes Jünemann, Golden Girls Film: Agnes@goldengirls.at
German Distributor:
World Sales: Cercamon
Production: zischlermann filmproduktion GmbH
contact: Paul Zischler, zischlermann filmproduktion GmbH: paul@zischler.com