A stranger in his own life, 25 year old Danny reluctantly returns to his childhood home after his father's sudden passing. To his surprise, he slowly rediscovers his hometown in the middle ...
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A stranger in his own life, 25 year old Danny reluctantly returns to his childhood home after his father's sudden passing. To his surprise, he slowly rediscovers his hometown in the middle of nowhere as a summery paradise and falls back in love with his former sweetheart Susu. But in order to find his purpose in life, Danny has to finally face the part of his past that made him leave home so many years ago.
Susu reading the poem in the beginning scene had to be shot twice because Starte wanted Susu to read the poem "The Grashopper" by Mary Oliver, but Oliver declined Startes request due to her private policy to never allow one of her poems in a movie. Starte than had to write an inspired version of the poem by himself so they would be able to use it in the movie without copyright issues, but the original was so well written and Startes version so bad that the producers suggests that Starte had to write a complete new poem by himself. During production Starte wrote a poem by his own and asked actress Saskia Rosendahl to help him to finish it. Rosendahl rewrote the ending and send a pre-recording to the producers which approved it immediately. See more »
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