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Abi means Papa| 1hr : 17mins
Director: Armin Tobler and Simon Gutknecht | Producer: Zurich University of the Arts
Focus Years: 2014 | Country: Switzerland
Subject Tags: culture, europe, identity, indonesia, psychology, relationships, switzerland
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
At 19, Armin discovered his adoption documents by accident. The same year he went to Indonesia to see his birth mother for the first time. But his birth father had disappeared a long time ago. Six years later, Armin travels to Indonesia with two friends to find his birth father. Whether they succeed or not highly depends on the helpfulness of Armin’s family, whom he only meets for the second time. His mother, however, is not happy about his plan. Therefore, the journey becomes not only a search for Armin’s father, but also a conflict with his family and its past.
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Abi means Papa | 1hr : 17mins

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