Marcel is lost. Unemployed, divorced, lonely – the cook at vietnam imbiss next door is the only one Marcel really talks to. Suddenly his 15 year old son Sebastian turns up, who is fed up with the new lover of his Mother and the upcoming sibling. Both their lives take a new turn. A beautiful father and son film.
Plotkist Robert Thalheim shot this film in only two weeks with a minimum of a budget. NETTO, out now in German cinemas. (Berlin: Hackische Höfe, Filmtheater am Friedrichshain, CinemaxX Potsdamer Platz)
A “Workshop on Developments and Patterns of Migration Processes in Central and Eastern Europe” will take place from 25 to 27 August 2005 in Prague. It is organised by the Multicultural Center Prague and the Faculty of Humanities of Charles University. Migration experts and NGO representatives are invited from eight Central and Eastern European countries (Belarus, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Ukraine).
The aim is to debate and reflect on migration patterns and policies in the CEE and among others to bring perspectives of countries which are not members of the EU.
Marek Canek, Multicultural Center Prague
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