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Di 18

17:15  Mellow Mud (OmU)
19:00  Berlin – Filme der Stadt
Unternehmen Paradies

in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs Volker Sattel

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Mi 19

17:15  Yours in Sisterhood (OmU)
19:00  Der Himmel küsst die Berge
in Anwesenheit der Regisseurin Pascale Schmidt

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EXBERLINER presents:


Obst & Gemüse – Apples and Oranges (OmeU)

Monday, Mar. 26th, 20:30 h
in presence of the director Duc Ngo Ngoc

D 2017, 30 min, directed by Duc Ngo Ngoc, starring Patrick Heinrich, Long Dang Ngoc, Tutty Tran, Burak Yigit, Ruth Bickelhaupt, Max Hegewald

In “Obst & Gemüse”, Beer and Union Berlin fan Harald Bauer tries to rebuild his life by engaging in work as a temp in the Vietnamese food shop run by the Nguyễn family. There aren’t many people like Harry left on the trendy Prenzlauer Berg scene: he has no work, no training, he drinks too much (much too much) and is heavily in debt.

Like Harald Bauer, Mr. Nguyễn is a relic of a time when the facades of all the houses in Prenzlauer Berg were grey. For nineteen years he has been selling fruit, vegetables and Vietnamese food from his shop on Schönhauser Allee.

At eight o’clock each day, seven days a week, he opens his shop; a cigarette stoically between his lips, completely unfazed by all the organic oases, supermarkets, and alley-arcades around him. When one day his son leaves home to study in another city and the work becomes too much for Mr. Nguyễn alone, Harry, a German, is hired as temporary help. Harry plunges into this strange world and soon reaches his cultural limits.

Under the influence of alcohol a scandal arises and Harry is again left without a job. Without help, however, Mr. Nguyễn cannot run the shop and so the two must rebuild bridges in an attempt to finally come together.

In the end it comes down to fruit and vegetables; a friendship between two fundamentally different men and the question of who actually integrated whom?

+ Short film:
Memories Happiness Day
Documentary short, 8 min, directed by Duc Ngo Ngoc
A man. A woman. And a “happy” wedding photograph.
“Memories Happiness Day” is an excerpt from Duc Ngo Ngoc’s documentary film “Farewell Halong”, scheduled for release in April 2018.

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