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I shot my love

Edition: 2013

Selected by the Festival: DAYS OF ETHNOGRAPHIC FILM 2012, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Year of production: 2009

Country of production: Israel/Germany

Production: Heymann Brothers Films

Country Documentary: Israel

Duration: 71'

Film: Color

Directed by: Tomer Heymann

Seventy years after his grandfather escaped from Nazi Germany, Israeli filmmaker Tomer Heymann returns to his ancestral home to present a film at the Berlin International Film Festival. It is there that he meets a man who will change his life. When Merk decides to move with Tomer to Tel Aviv, he must cope not only with a partner who insists on filming his every move, but also with his relationship to Israel as a German with Nazi ties in his family’s past. Meanwhile, Heymann’s mother battles a crippling illness and watches as four of her five sons leave the country that she and her family helped build. A personal but universal story, the film is an intimate portrait of two persons confronting the challenges posed by their families, their national histories, and their own emotions.

Video / Trailer

Projection

Date of the projection:
23/04/2013 7:15 pm

Location of the projection:
Cinema Multisala Modena (viale S. Francesco D’Assisi, 6 – Trento)