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Rain Is Falling

Germany (MIFF 2005, fiction)

Director: Holger Ernst

Based on a short story by Iranian author Mahtab Ebrahimzadeh, [Rain is Falling] is the tale of a small girl looking after her mother. This award-winning short film by Holger Ernst makes connections between worlds separated by difference.
D/S Holger Ernst P/WS Ideal Film, HFF Konrad Wolf S Mahtab Ebrahimzadeh, Holger Ernst L no dialogue TD 35mm/col/2004/15mins

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