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Dirty Sky

Dirty Sky
Scene from "Dirty Sky" (photo © Katharina Behling)

Followed by a sadistic German police officer, the two young runaways Jenny and Paul flee to Paris, the city of their dreams. Paris is as colorful and alive as their German provincial town was small and gray. They enjoy Paris to the fullest – in brasseries and nights in Montmartre – but the police catch up with them.

Dirty Sky is a modern fairytale with a double ending: an eternally classic love story and a bloody road movie.
Genre Love Story, Road Movie
Category Feature
Year of Production 2003
Director Claude Oliver Rudolph
Screenplay Claude Oliver Rudolph
Cinematography Frank Grunert
DAF, Die Soehne Mannheims
Kalle Braune
Cast Nikolai Kinski, Cosma Shiva Hagen, Claude Oliver Rudolph, Sabine von Maydell, Uwe Fellensiek
Producers Barbara Wackernagel-Jacobs, Claude Oliver Rudolph
Production Company Carpe diem Film & TV/Saarbruecken, in co-production with Les Films D'Europe/Luxembourg
Runtime 88 min
Format 35 mm, color
Subtitled Version French
Sound Technology Dolby SR
Festivals Ophuels Festival Saarbruecken 2003
With backing from Film- und Medienstiftung NRW, Saar Toto
German Distributor Aladin Media/Cologne

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