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The Unwanted

DIR: Sarah Moll
2005 / Germany / 60 min

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Behind the barred windows of the deportation prison “Rottenburg” there are 45 men, the majority of who never committed a crime. Detained here are primarily illegal immigrants and rejected asylum seekers who failed to leave Germany within their assigned deadline. For every day in prison, the inmate is charged 70 Euros.

The film accompanies six prisoners during their last weeks before deportation: for instance, the young Turk Sedat who dreams of getting married to his girlfriend, and the Kurd Kemal who is prepared to risk his own life to prevent his deportation.

Without painting the situation black and white, director Sarah Moll follows the fate of the young immigrants whose dreams seem futile while also presenting the views of the people in charge of deporting the inmates. The Film “The Unwanted” tells its story with intense images somewhere between hope and fear.

About

Director Sarah Moll
Screenplay Sarah Moll
Dir. of Photography Kumaran Herold, Sarah Rotter
Editing Katharina Kulinksy
Music Putte
Sound Peter Felder, Michael Paninski, Arun Hüttemann, Torsten Wenk, Fabian Roth
Duration 60 min
Year 2005
Country Germany
Colour Colour
Tags emigration, prison, social issues
Production Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg, INDI FILM Gmb…
Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg
Country:  Germany
Web:  www.filmakademie.de/

INDI FILM GmbH
Address:  Königsallee 43
City:  71638 Ludwigsburg
Country:  Germany
Web:  indifilm.de/en/documentary-films/completed-projects/the-unwanted
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Phone:  +49 7141 64 80 820
Fax:  +49 7141 64 80 821

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Festivals

11th film festival Turkey ...

11th film festival Turkey/Germany 2006 in Nürnberg - Öngören Award for Democracy and Human Rights
Nomination Babelsberger Media Award 2005
Nomination Discovery Channel Film Award at the International documentary film festival Leipzig 2005

Awards

11th film festival Turkey ...

11th film festival Turkey/Germany 2006 in Nürnberg - Öngören Award for Democracy and Human Rights
Nomination Babelsberger Media Award 2005
Nomination Discovery Channel Film Award at the International documentary film festival Leipzig 2005



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