Die kommenden Tage

Die kommenden Tage

Deutschland 2009/2010, Spielfilm

Inhalt

The Days to Come

"The Days to Come" is the story of an upper middle-class Berlin family on their personal journey from the present day into a near future, a journey into a time of uncertainty and grave changes. Due to a rare antibody reaction, Laura Kuper has to choose between her desire to have children and Hans, the love of her life. Her sister Cecilia is driven into the abyss of a newly developing terrorist movement by her unreturned love to Konstantin. And then there is Philip, the youngest child of the family, pulled into a hopeless war for Germany for the few remaining oilfields of Asia. A destabilized family tackles a destabilized world, entering their future with all their hopes and fears.

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Credits

Director:Lars Kraume
Screenplay:Lars Kraume
Director of photography:Sonja Rom
Editing:Barbara Gies
Music:Christoph M. Kaiser, Julian Maas
  
Cast: 
Bernadette HeerwagenLaura Kuper
Johanna WokalekCecilia Kuper
Daniel BrühlHans Krämer
August DiehlKonstantin Richter
Susanne LotharMartha Kuper
Ernst StötznerWalter Kuper
Vincent RedetzkiPhilip Kuper
Mehdi NebbouVincent
Teresa HarderEva
Jürgen VogelMelzer
Wolfram KochHerr Klinger
Irina PotapenkoAlice
Götz SchubertDr. Rüther
Johann von BülowArzt
Aljoscha StadelmannRedaktuer
Michael AbendrothFörster
Numan AcarBotschafter
Sebastian BlombergArkadenprophet
Tina EngelOberärztin
Lisa HagmeisterLinda Mey
  
Production company:Badlands GmbH & Co KG (Berlin)
Producer:Lars Kraume, Matthias Glasner, Jürgen Vogel, Katrin Schlösser, Frank Döhmann

All Credits

Director:Lars Kraume
Assistant director:Julia Dorothea Gross, Rick Ostermann
Screenplay:Lars Kraume
Translation:Alex Ross (Drehbuch), Richard Shakocius
Director of photography:Sonja Rom
Assistant camera:Nadine Lang, Kai Lachmann, Sven Ole Renneke
2nd Camera unit:Thomas Korda
Steadycam operator:Thomas Korda
Optical effects:Frank Schlegel
Lighting design:Tommy Schulz
Gaffer:Christian Goerges
Set design:Irina Kromayer (Szenenbild)
Make-up artist:René Jordan, Antje Huchel, Sarah Wirtz (SFX Make up)
Costume design:Esther Walz
Editing:Barbara Gies
Sound design:Stefan Soltau, Björn Wiese
Sound:Stefan Soltau
Audio mixing:Tobias Fleig
Casting:Nessie Nesslauer, Patrick Dreikrauss
Music:Christoph M. Kaiser, Julian Maas
Music performer:Wir sind Helden (G) (Titelsong)
  
Cast: 
Bernadette HeerwagenLaura Kuper
Johanna WokalekCecilia Kuper
Daniel BrühlHans Krämer
August DiehlKonstantin Richter
Susanne LotharMartha Kuper
Ernst StötznerWalter Kuper
Vincent RedetzkiPhilip Kuper
Mehdi NebbouVincent
Teresa HarderEva
Jürgen VogelMelzer
Wolfram KochHerr Klinger
Irina PotapenkoAlice
Götz SchubertDr. Rüther
Johann von BülowArzt
Aljoscha StadelmannRedaktuer
Michael AbendrothFörster
Numan AcarBotschafter
Sebastian BlombergArkadenprophet
Tina EngelOberärztin
Lisa HagmeisterLinda Mey
  
Production company:Badlands GmbH & Co KG (Berlin)
in co-production with:DreamTeam medienproduktion (Bergisch-Gladbach), Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR) (Köln), ARD Degeto Film (Frankfurt am Main), Arte Deutschland TV GmbH (Baden-Baden)
Commissioned by:Arte Deutschland TV GmbH (Baden-Baden)
Producer:Lars Kraume, Matthias Glasner, Jürgen Vogel, Katrin Schlösser, Frank Döhmann
Co-Producer:Thomas Peter Friedl, Claudia Dummèr-Manasse, Rainer Kalex
Producer (TV):Jörn Klamroth (ARD Degeto), Barbara Buhl (WDR), Andreas Schreitmüller (Arte)
Line producer:Frank Döhmann
Unit production manager:Rolf Schleitzer, Günter Fenner
Location manager:Kathrin Laugalies, Dirk Eberling (Set), Marko Hofmann (Motiv), Ulrich Büchel (Motiv)
Production coordinator:Lena Amanda Koch
Shoot:19.08.2009-31.10.2009: Berlin, NRW, Hessen, Tirol
Original distributor:Universal Pictures International Germany GmbH (Frankfurt am Main)
Funding:Hessen Invest (Frankfurt am Main), Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg GmbH (MBB) (Potsdam), Film- und Medien Stiftung NRW (Düsseldorf), Filmförderungsanstalt (FFA) (Berlin), Deutscher Filmförderfonds (DFFF) (Berlin), Cine Tirol (AT)
Length:3550 m, 129 min
Format:35mm, 1:2,35
Picture/Sound:Farbe, Dolby SRD
Rating:FSK-Prüfung (DE): 21.09.2010, 123907, ab 12 Jahre/feiertagsfrei
Screening:Kinostart (DE): 04.11.2010

Titles

Originaltitel (DE) Die kommenden Tage

Versions

Original

Length:3550 m, 129 min
Format:35mm, 1:2,35
Picture/Sound:Farbe, Dolby SRD
Rating:FSK-Prüfung (DE): 21.09.2010, 123907, ab 12 Jahre/feiertagsfrei
Screening:Kinostart (DE): 04.11.2010
 

Awards

Preis der deutschen Filmkritik 2011
Beste Musik (ex aequo >Die Fremde<)
 
FBW 2010
Prädikat: besonders wertvoll