Am Tag als Bobby Ewing starb

Deutschland 2004/2005 Spielfilm

Summary

The Day Bobby Ewing Died

Following his parents′ divorce, Niels (17) moves with his mother, Hanne (39), from their middle-class way of life in Bremen to Schleswig-Holstein in 1986 – to a commune in the “Wilster Marsch” not far from the nuclear power plant construction site. For Hanne, this is a step into a new world. Niels, however, does not feel happy in this unfamiliar environment. When Hanne also revives a love affair with the commune guru, Peter, he rebels.

Together with the mayor′s daughter, Martina, Niels joins a resistance movement against the nuclear power plant ready to use violence and thus gets into a clinch with Peter. Following the news of the reactor catastrophe in Chernobyl, however, the nuclear threat suddenly becomes a reality. Niels realizes that he was not born to be a revolutionary and confronts Hanne eye-to-eye in order to finally free himself from her.

 

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Credits

All Credits

Director

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Script supervisor

Director of photography

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2nd Camera unit

Still photography

Lighting design

Property master

Stand-by props

Construction manager

Editing

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Sound assistant

Audio mixing

Casting

Music

Music (other)

Producer

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Original distributor

Shoot

    • 14.04.2004 - 19.05.2004: Brokdorf und Umgebung, Horstedt, Sottrum, Otterstedt, Oyten
Duration:
2608 m, 95 min
Format:
35mm, 1:1,85
Video/Audio:
Eastmancolor, Dolby Digital
Screening:

Uraufführung: 19.01.2005, Saarbrücken, Max-Ophüls-Preis;
Kinostart: 02.06.2005;
TV-Erstsendung: 30.01.2006, Arte

Titles

  • Originaltitel (DE) Am Tag als Bobby Ewing starb
  • Arbeitstitel (DE) Schmuddelkinder
  • Arbeitstitel (DE) 86

Versions

Original

Duration:
2608 m, 95 min
Format:
35mm, 1:1,85
Video/Audio:
Eastmancolor, Dolby Digital
Screening:

Uraufführung: 19.01.2005, Saarbrücken, Max-Ophüls-Preis;
Kinostart: 02.06.2005;
TV-Erstsendung: 30.01.2006, Arte

Awards

Max-Ophüls-Preis, Saarbrücken 2005
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