http://abadonproduction.com | Sin and Illy have a plan: on a Greek island they want to get ‘clean’ on their own. But the intention of the two girls fails already on the way to the airport. Finally Sin realizes she has to go the way out of heroin addiction all alone.
Written & directed by Maria Hengge
Produced by abadon production & nanookfilm
Supported by Hessian film fonds, Austrian Bundeskanzleramt Art Section Film, Vienna City Culture, Crowdfunding Startnext
CECI CHUH as SIN
COSIMA CIUPEK as ILLY
ULRICH FASSNACHT as LEON
BURAK YIGIT as MESUTH
PASCALE SCHILLER as ILLY´S MOTHER
ANGELA WINKLER as DOCTOR
KATJA SALLAY as NURSE
SONJA GERHARDT as SIN´S SISTER
DAVID BREDIN as POLICE OFFICER 1
RENATE REGEL as POLICE OFFICER 2
MARIA HENGGE as PHARMACIST KAHL/ MAIN
ARNO WASCHK as PHARMACIST FFM 1
Mr. ALDADA as PHARMACIST FFM 2
TANIA GOLDEN as TOILET ATTENDANCE 1
UTE BÜTTNER as TOILET ATTENDANCE 2
THILO RICHTER as BANKER 1
NINA HECKLAU as BANKER 2
FRANZISKA RIECK as LEA
GAFFA as MARK
ORANG UTAN KLAUS as DRUMMER
LUCA WINKLER as LUK
IONAS AMELUNG as SPITTING MAN
LISA TERNE as WOMAN AT THE CAMPING SITE
BEKIM GASHI as MAN AT THE CAMPING SITE
Maria Hengge WRITER, DIRECTOR, PRODUCER
Johannes Heide SCRIPT CONSULTANT
Peter Roehsler DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY, PRODUCER
Karina Ressler EDITOR
Benjamin Kalisch PRODUCTION SOUND
Hannah Landes, Luca Winkler, Johanna-Marie Wimmer SET DESIGN
Hannah Landes COSTUME
Johanna-Marie Wimmer COSTUME ASSISTANT
Luca Winkler PROPS MASTER
Claudia Prommegger GRAPHIC ARTIST
Dennis Alt MAKE UP
Monika Münnich MAKE UP
Andreas Kannengießer ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
Caroline Bobek ASSISTANT CAMERA
Martin Nefe ASSISTANT CAMERA
Music CHOREA HUNTINGTON
André MUSIC RECORDIST
Carlo Pelikan MUSIC EDITOR
Emanuel Friedrich SOUND DESIGN
Ulrich Grimm COLOR GRADING, VISUAL EFFECTS
Marie Hareiter PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT
av – design Vienna GmbH POSTPRODUKTION WIEN
Marcus Josef Weiss ASSOCIATE PRODUCER
Iven Fleck SECURITY FFM
Steelecht GmbH SERVICE PRODUCTION FFM
abadon production PRODUCTION BERLIN
Nanookfilm PRODUCTION WIEN
Mit freundlicher Genehmigung durch Maria Hengge
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