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27th International Film Festival

for Children and Young Audience

8 – 15 OCT 2022

Silent Spring

Original title: Stiller Frühling
German title: Stiller Frühling
49 min
from 12 years
FSK: from 12 approved
Direction: Nico Sommer
Script: Nico Sommer
Cast: Tom Lass, Thorsten Kaphahn, Claudia Jacob, Livia S. Reinhard, Robert Hofmann


2008 | German Focus

Additional Information
Dimitri Hempel
Nico Sommer
We Vs. Death Mesirca&Giger

21-year-old Sebastian feels shattered and finished. When he took his A-levels two years ago, the world looked quite different to him. But now, he has stayed behind all his friends and acquaintances who are going their way. Only Sebastian still does not know what he wants to become. He considers whether he would like to study, and if so, what. But Sebastian has a much more serious problem. He has never been together with a girlfriend. He is a complete virgin, so to speak. As you do not admit such things, he looks for a confidant, who could give him some useful tips. And that person is his grandfather. He used to be a real ladykiller in former times. But when he begins to give away some of his secrets, Sebastian understands that his Grandpa‘s golden days are long gone. And there is Sebastian’s psychotherapist. In contrast to his grandfather, she tries to liberate the young man out of his inhibition by means of role-plays. But these methods, which often seem abstruse to Sebastian, do not really help him either. Thanks to his two “helpers“ Sebastian begins, albeit slowly, to break out of his inner jungle of thoughts.