Confident and self-absorbed Parvis spends the summer clubbing and enjoying sex dates. When ordered to do 120 hours of community work at a nearby refugee shelter, an unexpected intensity of love and desire is not his only new experience. Through the friendship with Amon and his sister Banafshe Arezu he gets an insight into the experience of asylum seekers in Germany: the struggle for the right to stay and the need of belonging on a legal, social, cultural, sexual and emotional level. Developed with the Jünglinge film collective, Faraz Shariat’s semi-biographical coming-of-age love story examines queer realities in a homophobic society and migration policies between diasporic realities and the privilege of the German majority society. FUTUR DREI dances through the night to the pop cultural heartbeat of Sailor Moon magic.
With: Benjamin Radjaipour, Banafshe Hourmazdi, Eidin Jalali
Script: Faraz Shariat, Paulina Lorenz
Cinematography: Simon Vu
Edition: Friederike Hohmuth
Music: Jakob Hüffell, Säye Skye, Jan Günther
Sound: Jakob Hüffell
Production Lead: Moritz Heuwinkel, Raquel Molt, Leonard Schulz
Producers: Paulina Lorenz, Faraz Shariat
Co-Producers: Jost Hering Filme, Berlin; Iconoclast Germany, Berlin; La Mosca Bianca Films, Hamburg
Raquel Kishori Dukpa and Paulina Lorenz (JÜNGLINGE)
In cooperation with the University of Applied Arts Vienna, Transkulturelle Studien. Welcome: Nanna Heidenreich.
Film talk: Raquel Kishori Dukpa and Paulina Lorenz
Kaleidoskop im Stadtkino