Filmforum, Germany / Denmark 2019, 88 Min., ger. OV, accessible screening
The eight-year-old Simon runs in front of the car of Inspectors Klaus Borowski and Mila Sahin as they are driving through a coastal forest. The disoriented child tells them that his grandfather is dead in the woods, and that he was attacked by a dog but protected by an Indian. A search of the forest yields nothing, but Borowski notices a sailboat in the bay. Simon's parents confirm that Heinrich, who suffers from Alzheimer’s, has disappeared. Although the Flemmings have taken him in, the family relationship is strained; Heinrich used to live in an alternative commune, and his Danish partner Inga had threatened to bring him back there – by force, if necessary. The next day, Heinrich's body is found on the beach next to a rotting dog carcass. The boat has disappeared without a trace. Who killed Heinrich? Borowski is certain that Simon saw the perpetrator.
Director Niki Stein
Screenplay Niki Stein
Producer Kerstin Ramcke
Production Company Letterbox Filmproduktion GmbH, Mail: email@example.com, Web: www.letterbox-filmproduktion.de
Cast Axel Milberg (Klaus Borowski), Almila Bagriacik (Mila Sahin), Thomas Kügel (Roland Schladitz), Anja Antonowicz (Gerichtsmedizinerin Kroll), Martin Lindow (Johann Flemming), Tatiana Nekrasov (Nadja Flemming)
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