30.09. - 09.10.2021

Nothing Bad Can Happen Germany 2013 | 110 min | OV with English subtitles | Colour | FF 2013

Katrin Gebbe

KATRIN GEBBE (*1983) studied film at the Hamburg Media School. Her debut Nothing Bad Can Happen was shown in 2013 in Cannes in the section Un Certain Regard and won several awards including the Montblanc Screenplay Prize at FILMFEST HAMBURG 2013. Pelikanblood is her second feature film and opened the Orrizonti section in Venice.

rated for 0 + years
Tore is a "warrior for Jesus", one of a group of religious punks in Hamburg. At a motorway service station he meets Benno, whose car has broken down. Tore gets it going again – with prayers to Jesus, proving again to himself the power of his belief. Later on, he accepts Benno's invitation to move in with him and his family. While Tore helps where he can, he is increasingly the target for Benno's sadistic tendencies. The less Tore defends himself, the more the attacks increase. When will the limits of Tore's belief be reached or exceeded?

Screening on 28.09. in attendance of:
Katrin Gebbe (Director), Verena Gräfe-Höft (Producer), Julius Feldmeier, Sascha Alexander Gersak, Annika Kuhl, Gro Swantje Kohlhof (Cast)

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Original title: Tore tanzt
Film type: Fiction Feature
Original language: German
Language and subtitles: OV with English subtitles
Director: Katrin Gebbe
Screenplay: Katrin Gebbe
Cast: Julius Feldmeier, Sascha Alexander Gersak, Annika Kuhl, Swantje Kohlhof, Daniel Michel
Producer: Verena Gräfe-Höft
Director of Photography: Moritz Schultheiß
Music: Peter Folk, Johannes Lehniger
Production Design: Iris Trescher
Editor: Heike Gnida
Sound: 0
Costume design:
Commissioning Editor: Katharina Dufner
Format: dcp
German Distributor: Rapid Eye Movies GmbH
World Sales: Celluloid Dreams
Production: Junafilm UG, ZDF Das kleine Fernsehspiel


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