Breathing  {Atmen}
Purchase Online
Friday, January 06, 1:00 PM
Camelot Theatres
Date has passed.

Sunday, January 08, 12:30 PM
Palm Springs Regal 9
Date has passed.

Tuesday, January 10, 2:00 PM
Camelot Theatres
Date has passed.

Austria, 2011, 90 Minute Running Time
Topics: Coming of Age, Drama
Program: Awards Buzz : Best Foreign Language Film
Language: German English Sub-Titles

Awards: Best European Film, Cannes Directors’ FortnightSarajevo Film Festival’s top prize

Roman Kogler, 18, is serving time in a juvenile detention center. Homeless and ill-equipped to deal with society, he finally finds a day-release job at Vienna’s municipal morgue that might win him probation. One day, Roman is faced with a dead woman who bears his family name. Even though it soon turns out that she is not a relative, Roman wonders about his past for the first time and starts looking for his mother. Writer/director Karl Markovics (the expressive star of The Counterfeiters) opts for a restrained, impressively controlled style in this, his first feature. Using subtle widescreen compositions and almost no dialogue he introduces Roman not only as a solitary boy with no friends around him, but also a rebellious character who hates taking orders and resents human company. More impressive still, he extracts a poignant, realistic performance from his young star, Thomas Schubert, a non-professional actor. Winner: Best Film, Best Actor, Sarajevo Film Festival.

DIRECTOR: Karl Markovics
Producer: Dieter Pochlatko
Editor: Alarich Lenz
Screenwriter: Karl Markovics
Cinematographer: Martin Gschlacht
Principal Cast: Thomas Schubert, Karin Lischka, Gerhard Liebmann, Georg Friedrich, Stefan Matousch
Filmography: Debut Feature

list all films
list all events

film & event schedule
s m t w t f s
5 6 7
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
15 16

browse films

search films