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27th International Film Festival

for Children and Young Audience

8 – 15 OCT 2022

Center of My World


Original title: Die Mitte der Welt
German title: Die Mitte der Welt
115 min
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2016
Germany, Austria
from 15 years
2016 | Chemnitz Festival Premiere
Direction: Jakob M. Erwa
Script: Jakob Moritz Erwa, nach dem Roman von Andreas Steinhöfel
Cast: Sabine Timoteo, Louis Hofmann

SCHLINGEL Year

2016 | German Focus


Additional Information
Camera
Ngo The Chau
Production
Prisma Film- und Fernsehproduktion

When 17-year-old Phil returns from a language camp, everything is different: a storm swept over the small town and devastated their enchanted garden, mother Glass has fallen in love again, his twin sister Dianne withdraws more and more, and then a new student joins the class. Attractive, somewhat reserved Nicholas magically attracts timid Phil making the chaos complete. Only Phil’s eccentric classmate Kat has not really changed. They still spend every free minute together sharing their secrets with each other. Kat considers Nicholas a dazzler; something seems to be wrong with him. When Phil and Nicholas fall in love, she advises her friend against the relationship. Even Phil is sometimes irritated because Nicholas reveals so little about himself. But these are not the only doubts and questions that bother the boy. He finally wants to know why such an icy cold prevails between Glass and Dianne, where his sister secretly spends her nights and who his father really is.