A grandmother beating all time-highs in sports with her fore- and backhand, a nursing robot becoming a companion, a couple leaving Vietnam in the 80s to earn money as textile workers in the GDR. They are examples for individuals who present work(ing) realities, longings, family affairs, and the organization of daily routine – the ingredients of this program which takes into account what concerns us all: How to live a happy and balanced life facing all its occupational and personal challenges.
Mattpiskerskan | The Rugbeater
My grandmother had a way of beating rugs that would make golf champion Annika Sörenstam green with envy. Her swing was mentioned with awe throughout the city of Landskrona.
Moj dziwny starszy brat | My Strange Elder Brother
A young woman who really wants to succeed at work and her eccentric brother have a special relationship.
Blue Sky On Mars
How does a scientist see science fiction?
Freaks Of Nurture
The portrait of a neurotic mother-daughter relationship is inspired by the filmmaker’s own unorthodox upbringing with her single-parent mom, who is also a foster parent and dog breeder.
Emergency service personnel talk about the realities of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and its impact on their lives and their families.
Dimanche | Sunday
Fanny Dreyer & Gaël Kyriakidis
Expelled from the machine week for incompetence, Sunday meets a mysterious alter ego that takes him on a contemplative stroll. At the end of a dreamlike inner journey, Sunday returns to the machine to reinvent it.
Thanh Nguyen Phuong
In 1987, more than 20.000 Vietnamese came to the GDR as contract workers. Among them: my parents – Pham Thi Lien Huong und Nguyen Duc Hoan. 30 years later they talk about their memories.