Eduart

Eduart

Angeliki Antoniou - Greece, Germany - 2006 - col.

Director, Screenplay: Angeliki Antoniou

  Cinematographer: Jürgen Jürges | Editor: Takis Yannopoulos | Music: Kostas Christides, Minos Matsas 

Cast: Eshref Durmishi, André Hennicke, Ndricim Xhepa, Dancho Chevreski, Ermela Teli

Producers: Costas Lambropoulos, Jost Hering, Angeliki Antoniou 

Production: CL Productions, Jost Hering Filme | Running Time: 105'

 

Eduart, a young man raised in a cruel and oppressive family environment, leaves Albania with the dream of becoming a rock star and live a better life. His reckless character lead him to commit a murder in Athens. When he returns to Albania, he is imprisoned because of an old robbery and undergoes the harshest conditions. Eduart, assisted by a German doctor in the prison, learns to feel sympathy for others and guilt for his crime. Like the Dostoevskian hero Raskolnikov, Eduart passes from crime to punishment. Can Eduart be redeemed? The film is based on true events.

 

The film was selected by the European Film Academy for the 2007 European Film Awards, it was Greece's submission for an Oscar Nomination for Best Foreign Film in 2008. At the 47th Thessaloniki International Film Festival, State Awards, it won awards for: Best Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Set Design, Best Music, Best Sound, Best Editing, Best Costumes, Best Make-up, FIPRESCI Award (Federation of International Film Critics) and he Greek Union of Film Television and Audiovisual Technicians (ETEKT) Award. It also won the Golden Antigone (Antigone d'or de la Ville et de l'Agglomération de Montpellier) and Special mention by the Young People's Award (CMCAS) at the 29th Montpellier International Mediterranean Film Festival.

 

ANGELIKI ANTONIOU

(1956)
Greece

Selected Filmography:

The Unknown Athenians (Οι Άγνωστοι Αθηναίοι) (2020)
Verspielte Nächte (Χαμένες νύχτες) (1997)
Donusa (Δονούσα) (1992)
Prisoners of the sea (Gefangene des Meeres) (1991)

 

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