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Supervision:
Prof. Dietrich Leder
Prof. Michael Lentz
Detlef Bollmann
Project type: Diplom
A production of the Academy of Media Arts Cologne.
External cooperation:
gefördert vom Filmbüro NW und vom Kuratorium Junger Deutscher Film
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Kontakt: archiv@khm.de

Agschpusi

Authors:
  • Ulrike Molsen
Authors:
Year: 2000
Categories: Film / TV / Video, script
Project type: Diplom
AGSCHPUSI is the story of Miss Goering and Misses Copperfield. Both women live in a small town in the upper north. Goering is single and wealthy. Copperfield is married to a goodlooking man. They are both young, only 30, but all the important things in life have already happened. So they care only about something most people care about all their lives: to bridle their small big fears. But in one moment, the two ladies manage to leave their former lifes. Goering plans it: she sells her house and her security, she moves to a morbid island and starts love-affairs with the most weird and dreadful men; she leaves them as soon as they become tender and domesticated. To Copperfield it happens: her husband persuades her to travel to a strange country. They live in a seaport which is mostly inhabited by whores who enjoy their lives because of the big amount of ships coming in. Copperfield leaves her husband and moves in with the whores. But their new lives don´t change the women. They remain lost and strange to the people they live with. Their hopes vanish more and more like dense fog and leave them behind naked. What is left are two beings who are ugly, cruel and selfish - and irresistible lovable. Goering and Copperfield went to the dogs. And that´s all they apparently wanted to.
Supervision:
Prof. Dietrich Leder, Prof. Michael Lentz, Detlef Bollmann
Authors:
  • Ulrike Molsen
A production of the Academy of Media Arts Cologne.
External cooperation:
gefördert vom Filmbüro NW und vom Kuratorium Junger Deutscher Film
Source:
Archiv Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln
Copyright: KHM / Autoren
Kontakt: archiv@khm.de
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