Amra lives in the Mongolian steppe. He leads an ordinary life for a 11-year-old boy: his father drives him to school every morning, he takes care of the family’s sheeps and goats in the afternoon, and dreams of participating in a popular talent show. But his childhood is brutally interrupted when his father dies in an accident. Amra decides to honour the legacy left to him and takes over his father’s fight, who stood up against the mining companies that explore their land.
Presented at Berlin International Film Festival.
Título original: Die Adern Der Welt
Duração: 96 min.
País: Germany, Mongolia
Tags: Germany, Mongolia, female directors, maturing, parenthood, childhood, environment
Direção: Byambasuren Davaa
Roteiro: Byambasuren Davaa, Jiska Rickels
Fotografia: Talal Khoury
Montagem: Anne Jünemann
Elenco: Bat-Ireedui Batmunkh, Purevdorj Uranchimeg, Algirchamin Baatarsuren
Produtor: Eva Kemme, Ansgar Frerich, Tobias Siebert
Produção: Basis Berlin Filmproduktion
Música: Jan Miserre, John Gürtler
World Sales: Global Screen