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Country Noise

Germany, German, 101 mins

Original Title

  • Director: Lisa Miller
  • Writer: Lisa Miller
  • Producer: Léa Germain

CGiii Comment

After years of indulging in the cosmopolitan high life of Berlin, Toni finds herself broke and in a 20-something crisis. She decides to return to Bubenhausen, the small town she once called home. Saddled with a sullen father and a conservative, prejudiced mother, not to mention a dead-end gig as an intern for a local newspaper, life is anything but a cabaret for Toni. “Hip” is not the word for Bubenhausen, but things look up when the pink-haired Toni is assigned to cover the local Carnival celebration and she reconnects with her childhood friend, the fun-loving, lip-pierced, trombone player, Rosa. These two kindred spirits do their best to shake up humdrum Bubenhausen – but Rosa’s crush on the proudly gender-fluid Toni may or may not be reciprocated – and it might finally be time for her to grow up. Miller’s liberating, raucous comedy was an official entry of the Berlin International Film Festival.


Landrauschen Festival Teaser from Landrauschen Film on Vimeo.

Cast & Characters

Kathrin Wolf as Toni;
Nadine Sauter as Rosa;
Volkram Zschiesche as Langmüller;
Rupert Markthaler as Held;
Thomas Goersch as Barkeeper

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