Monday, 22 February 2016

3rd Navi Mumbai International Film Festival NMIFF-2016 welcomes the submission of a Feature Film "Stubborn Boy" from Germany, Directed by Moritz Krämer.

"Stubborn Boy" is the story of people of this remote village in the Black Forest don’t talk much, but when they do, it’s in the Alemannic dialect. Hanna (21) has travelled far to work here. She shovels manure, milks cows and tries to cope with the farmer, Uwe Kiefer (39). Rather than sell his milk, he pours it down the drain. The villagers condemn him for continuing the milk strike. Both his 
marriage and his finances are on the rocks. As Hanna becomes more involved in Uwe’s troubles, it seems she may be his only hope. But that’s not why she came here. In the neighboring town, she spies on a small family — and then Uwe finds her out.


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