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Japan is Underneath| 11mins
Director: Heiko Aufdermauer | Producer: HFF Konrad Wolf
Focus Years: 2004 | Country: Germany
Subject Tags: environment, europe, globalization, migration
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Martin and Max are living in Horno - a village in Eastern Germany which soon will only exist in their memory. Even though the coal - dredgers are getting closer every day, the two friends are still entering abandoned houses in order to find building material for their own small house. Only one week after the shooting of this film, the 10 year old boys had to leave their homeland for ever.

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