Retrospective Helga Reidemeister

In her films Helga Reidemeister contrasts the inflation of what is factual with the reality of experience: her precise and unerring view of the apparently insignificant reveals the crux of human relationships. The Retrospective presents six films from four decades of her work.

MEIN HERZ SIEHT DIE WELT SCHWARZ – EINE LIEBE IN KABUL

Deutschland 2009 – Director: Helga Reidemeister – Original language: pashtu, dari – Subtitles: german

  • MEIN HERZ SIEHT DIE WELT SCHWARZ
  • MEIN HERZ SIEHT DIE WELT SCHWARZ
  • MEIN HERZ SIEHT DIE WELT SCHWARZ
  • MEIN HERZ SIEHT DIE WELT SCHWARZ
  • MEIN HERZ SIEHT DIE WELT SCHWARZ
  • MEIN HERZ SIEHT DIE WELT SCHWARZ

MEIN HERZ SIEHT DIE WELT SCHWARZ – EINE LIEBE IN KABUL tells the story of an impossible love: even as children Hossein and Shaima were inseparable and yet their relationship seems to be doomed to failure. Poverty, war and family honour stand in the way of a happy life for the couple.

Writer: Helga Reidemeister. Camera: Lars Barthel. Sound: Nic Nagel, Katharina Geinitz. Editing: Marzia Mete. Production: Ohne Gepäck Filmproduktion (Berlin). Producer: Zoran Solomun. Length: 87 min.

  • Tuesday
    05/08/18
  • 19:30
  • Filmmuseum