Director: Mari Cantu
Feature film | D | 2014
74 min | Dolby 5.1
48th Hof International Film Festival
All the efforts people go to to get money… And what do you do when you have too much of it and feel guilty? Cony and Sigi live in a villa in Berlin’s West End. Their sex life isn’t all they would like it to be. And now their daughter wants to move out soon. Cony is afraid of the future and wants to do something meaningful. Her idea is to adopt a poor Roma child from Eastern Europe, but Sigi manipulates Cony and convinces her to take a grown-up girl into the house instead of a young child. She’s from Hungary, her name is Kishope, and she keeps it a secret that she has a child herself. Very soon, the rest of her family arrive. The interests and goals couldn’t be more different, as an absurd mix of demands, latent discrimination, romantic philanthropy, and envy soon proves.