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Andreas Struck was born in Cologne and studied Literature and Acting before directing Molière’s Dom Juan in 1987. He worked on Derek Jarman’s Edward II and Wittgenstein as well as other films, both as script supervisor and assistant director. His first feature film Chill Out (1999) played at festivals around the world, including Berlin, Edinburgh, Toronto, Palm Springs, Sao Paulo, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Hong Kong and Sydney. His other films include: Sugar Orange (2004) and Sleeping Songs (2009).