photo © dffb/Marius Flucht

The audience follows the protagonist on his walks through the countryside north of Berlin. His face can only be seen once. Meanwhile, the countryside, the pictures, his movements reflect his inner life. He seems to be on a journey. He follows an inner impulse and carries a heavy burden until he comes to a point to think about his life.

Rudolf Domke was born in 1978 in Kustanaj/Kasachstan and moved to Kaiserslautern in Germany in the late 1980s. He stayed for a few months in a South African Mission and travelled around Africa afterwards, working casually. He trained as a Sculptor and Stone Cutter. Since 2006, he has been studying Directing at the German Film and Television Academy Berlin (dffb). His short films include MEINE LILITH (2007), HERR SCHÄFER (2008), WALLET (2010), and THE VAGABOND (DER VAGABUND, 2011).
Genre Drama
Category Short
Year of Production 2011
Director Rudolf Domke
Screenplay Rudolf Domke
Cinematography Marius Flucht
Cast Eduard Listau, Juliane Gregori
Producers Ben von Dobeneck, David Keitsch
Production Company Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin (DFFB)
Length 14 min
Format DCP, HDCAM SR, color, 1:1.85
Original Version
 no dialogue
Festivals Message to Man St. Petersburg 2012, Warsaw 2012

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