Anchor and Hope
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If you don’t see any problems, you don’t have any. That is Janne’s attitude toward the fact that her new boss’s brother-in-law forced her to have sex with him. She keeps the incident under wraps and lets everything take its normal course. Yet, her silence will have consequences, and not just for her relationship with her partner Piet. This graduation film by Eva Trobisch has been screened and awarded at Locarno Festival (Swatch First Feature Award) and earned Best Director, Best Actress and the FIPRESCI Prize in the New German Cinema Section at this year’s Filmfest München.
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Born in Berlin in 1983, Eva Trobisch worked as an assistant in theater, then in film. In 2009, she enrolled at HFF München to study film directing, was a visiting student at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, and enrolled in a master’s program in screenwriting at the London Film School in 2015. All Good is her graduation film.