Comedy about the everyday German life of a Turkish family with three grown-up daughters. The latter are in despair at their father’s stubbornness and an age-old Anatolian tradition: the eldest must marry first, only then may the younger ones follow suit. But Hatice can’t find a husband and time is running out: her sister Fatma has just got pregnant. Based on Hatice Hakyün’s eponymous best-seller and adapted for film by Ruth Toma, every imaginable cliché about Turkish and German idiosyncrasies are touched on – only to be gently satirized. Screening on 28.09. in attendance of: Buket Alakus (Director), Ruth Toma (Screenplay), Idil Üner, Adnan Maral, Steffen Groth (Cast)
BUKET ALAKUS (*1971) studied film direction in Hamburg and was awarded a Grimme Prize for Offside (2005). The last film of hers to be shown at FILMFEST HAMBURG was Einmal Hans mit scharfer Soße in 2013.
Einmal Hans mit scharfer Soße
Ruth Toma nach dem gleichnamigen Roman von Hatice Akyün
Idil Üner, Adnan Maral, Siir Eloglu, Sesede Terziyan, Demet Gül, Julia Dietze, Max von Thun