Teacher Antek Liebmann moves to the French countryside in an attempt to leave his former life in Germany behind. He soon gets a job and finds himself in a new relationship. But the strange energy of a near-by artists residency and an unexpected visitor from Germany make him realize he cannot escape his memories. He must find a way of confronting the ghosts of his past.
JULES HERRMANN was born in 1970 in Saarbrücken. After Business Studies, she worked as an English Teacher in Taiwan and studied Film Directing at the Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF. Also active as an artistic advisor and script consultant, her films as a director include: THE INVISIBLE ROOMMATE (short doc, 2001), SKYWALKER (short, 2002), DNS HEROES (short, 2004), TIME OUT (short, 2006), SEOUL LOST AND FOUND (doc, 2009), FAUST IN GUINEA (doc, 2009), and LIEBMANN (2016).
Berlinale 2016 (Perspektive Deutsches Kino)