· FEATURE FILM ·
From 7 to 17 July 2020
A couple, both in their late sixties, travels through Europe in a camper van: Niggi, a passionate photographer, and Annette, the love of his life, paralysed from the neck down for the last 20 years. With courage and with charm they wrest from life what it still holds worth living for.
What happens to love when the circumstances of life change so drastically? Full of curiosity and wonder the filmmaker -and protagonists’ daughter- Fanny Bräuning goes in search of answers. The result is an enheartening film, a gripping homage to life and a must for all those who still want to believe in love.
Fanny Bräuning was born in 1975 in Basel, Switzerland. She graduated from Cinematography in Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK). Her first short film No more smoke signals (2008) was awarded in the Locarno Festival and received the Swiss Film Award in 2009.