A spectre is haunting Europe

Berlin, a summer in the age of neoliberalism: the spectre of the soviet avant-garde is haunting the city. A young Georgian contract-worker is surprised to find the ghost of the Russian revolutionary poet Vladimir Mayakovsky in his kitchen. At the same time, his friend Kasimir inherits a big fortune, but what shall he do with all this money? Framed by a travel through time leading to Flaubert’s 19th Century und the shooting of a revisionist melodrama for German television, the film follows the adventures of these three characters in contemporary Berlin. A suprematist digital comedy about the transmission of emancipatory energies.
Giorgi Korkashvili
Zurab Rtveliasvili
Jan Bachmann
Katja Weilandt
Willem Menne
Philip Reuter
Max Linz
Julian Radlmaier
Buch: Julian Radlmaier
Kamera: Ágnes Pákozdi
Produzent: Kirill Krasovskiy
Cutter: Julian Radlmaier
Ton: Jan Bachmann, Tatjana Kononenko, Stanislav Danylyshyn, Carl Schilde
Musik: Div.
DirectorRegie: Julian Radlmaier
GenreGattung: fictional
Production CountryProduktionsland: Germany
Production CompanyProduktionsfirma: Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin
ProductionProduktion: 2012
Recording FormatDrehformat: Red MX
Screening FormatVorführformat: 1:1,78 letterboxed to 1,33:1
Frame RateBildgeschwindigkeit : 25
Aspect RatioSeitenverhältnis : 1:1,78 letterboxed to 1,33:1
Sound FormatTonformat : Dolby Digital 5.1
LanguageSprache : German, Russian, Georgian, French
FassungFassung: OV
Running TimeLaufzeit : 46