Serbia

I Was at Home, But

(Ich war zuhause, aber)

After living wild for a week, Astrid’s 13-year-old son Phillip returns home without saying a word. Only gradually does everyday life get back on track. Astrid now finds herself confronted with questions that provide a whole new perspective on her middle-class existence and her career in Berlin’s cultural sector. At home, it becomes more and more difficult for this single mother to accept that her son is leading his own life. The family may be disintegrating, but only to form itself anew.

Supported by Goethe-Institut London

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In this absolutely absorbing and intriguing film, two Somali refugees hide in an abandoned house amongst the mountains on the Serbia-Romania border.

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49 mins