Dirty Sky

Dirty Sky

Deutschland 2002/2003, Spielfilm

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Dirty Sky

Followed by a sadistic German police officer, the two young runaways Jenny and Paul flee to Paris, the city of their dreams. Paris is as colorful and alive as their German provincial town was small and gray.

They enjoy Paris to the fullest – in brasseries and nights in Montmartre – but the police catch up with them.
Dirty Sky is a modern fairytale with a double ending: an eternally classic love story and a bloody road movie.

Source: German films Service & Marketing GmbH

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Director:Claude-Oliver Rudolph
Assistant director:Daniel Mattig
Screenplay:Claude-Oliver Rudolph
Director of photography:Frank Grunert
Optical effects:Rolf Muetze
Set design:Kalle Braune
Make-up artist:René Jordan
Costume design:Jutta Krämer
Editing:Niko Remus
Sound:Thomas Döbgen
Special effects:Karl-Heinz Bochnig
Casting:Antje Scholz
Music:Rolf Stahlhofen, Xavier Naidoo
  
Cast: 
Cosma Shiva HagenJenny
Nikolai KinskiPaule
Oliver KrupkeStaatsanwalt
Sabine von Maydell
Uwe Fellensiek
Claude-Oliver Rudolph
Christine Neubauer
Frank Giering
Axel Pape
Ralf Richter
  
Production company:carpe diem Film & TV Produktion GmbH (Saarbrücken)
in association with:Les Films d'Europe
Producer:Barbara Wackernagel-Jacobs, Claude-Oliver Rudolph
Line producer:Frank Dragun
Location manager:Daniel Mattig
Shoot:31.07.2002-31.08.2002: Bochum, Luxemburg, Paris, Saarbrücken
Funding:Film- und Medien Stiftung NRW (Düsseldorf)
Length:109 min
Format:35mm, 1:1,85
Picture/Sound:Farbe, Dolby SR
Screening:Deutsche Erstaufführung (DE): 17.01.2003, Saarbrücken, Max-Ophüls-Preis

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Originaltitel (DE) Dirty Sky

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Length:109 min
Format:35mm, 1:1,85
Picture/Sound:Farbe, Dolby SR
Screening:Deutsche Erstaufführung (DE): 17.01.2003, Saarbrücken, Max-Ophüls-Preis
 

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