• Ich seh, Ich seh / Goodnight Mommy
        • Ich seh, Ich seh / Goodnight Mommy

          • Country:
          • Austrija, 2014
          • Group:
          • Frontiers
          • Duration:
          • 100’
          • Director:
          • Veronika Franz, Severin Fiala
          • Screenplay:
          • Veronika Franz, Severin Fiala
          • Cast:
          • Susanne Wuest, Elias Schwarz, Lukas Schwarz
          • Festivals:

          • Cinematography:
          •   Martin Gschlacht
          • Michael Palm
          •   Matz Müller, Tobias Fleig,  Erik Mischijew
          • Olga Neuwirth
          • Ulrich Seidl
          • Ulrich Seidl Film Produktion GmbH
        • Showing

          07. Mar | 20:00 | 300 RSD
          Dom omladine

          08. Mar | 17:00 | 300 RSD
          Dvorana Kulturnog centra

        • SYNOPSIS

          In an isolated house in the countryside, nine-year-old twins Lukas and Elias live with their mother, who is recovering from recent cosmetic surgery. With her face puffy and grotesque under a swath of bandages, the mother requires absolute peace and quiet in order to recuperate, and this quickly begins to grate on the two restless boys. As she becomes more and more strict, the brothers retreat ever-further into their own private, aggressively anti-social world, their anger and suspicion mounting and their imaginations running wild — even to the extent of doubting that the person beneath the bandages is actually their mother at all.

          Veronika Franz

          Veronika Franz works as a journalist for the Austrian daily Kurier, and has collaborated on screenplays of films by Ulrich Seidl, including Dog Days (2001), Import/Export (2007), and Paradies: Liebe (2012). Ich seh Ich seh is her first feature film.

          Severin Fiala

          Severin Fiala studied at the Film Academy in Vienna. He has co-directed the short film Elephant Skin (2009), with Ulrike Putzer. Ich seh Ich seh is his first feature film.


          2014 Ich seh Ich seh / Goodnight Mommy 

          2014 Toronto, Venice, Thessaloniki, Sitges

          2014 Sitges - Méliés d’Argent Award for best feature film, José Luis Guarner Critics’ Special Mention, Thessaloniki - FIPRSECI Award

          It has cult potential stamped all over it.
          David Rooney. Holywood reporter