Documentary by Timo Großpletsch, who is using an inconspicuous camera to observe decisive moments in the lives of children in sheltered housing. He is present at the last English test, careers advise sessions and witnesses serious conversations between children and the people in charge. The film is very authentic, highlighting the important role institutions like Hamburg Berne play in facilitating a future for homeless children.
TIMO GROSSPIETSCH (* 1977) in Hamburg. Numerous documentaries and reportages for NDR. His films Der Schneemann [The Snowman] (2012) and Das späte Glück der Sandra K. [The Belated Happiness of Sandra K.] (2013) were shown at FILMFEST HAMBURG.