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<i>Brothers and Sisters</i>. 1997. Germany. Directed by Thomas Arslan © and courtesy Filmgalerie 451
  • Brothers and Sisters

    1997. Germany. Thomas Arslan. 82 min.

Post-screening discussion with Thomas Arslan
Thursday, November 21, 2013, 7:00 p.m.
Theater 2 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2), T2
  • Brothers and Sisters

    1997. Germany. Directed by Thomas Arslan. With Tamer Yigit, Serpil Turhan, Savas Yurderi. The camera follows the siblings Erol, Ahmed, and Leyla through their daily life. One brother lives day to day and, with no prospects, considers going back to Turkey to do his military service. The other, by contrast, speaks perfect German, is at the top of his class, and has a girlfriend. Their sister is very much going her own way. On their forays through Berlin-Kreuzberg, the trio talks about everything: love and money problems, family and future worries. These walks become the expression of a drifting approach to life that can no longer be identified as German, Turkish, or German-Turkish. In German; English subtitles. 82 min.

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Image: Brothers and Sisters. 1997. Germany. Directed by Thomas Arslan © and courtesy Filmgalerie 451