할리우드로 가는 지름길

Short Cut to Hollywood

독일 | 2009 | 95min | 35mm | COLOR | Drama


The world is in search of a superstar again and again! Who hasn’t, at least once in their lifetime, dreamt of success and fame? At least until recently, nobody wanted to listen to a singer who can’t even sing. No one, up until not too long ago, wanted to photograph people walking down the red carpet without any of us able to say what they’re doing – throughout the rest of the day. But times have changed. Form won out over content. And it’s true that taboos are meant to be broken – especially when someone wants to become the center of attention. Anything undignified, or voyeuristic, either works. And people like to watch this. That’s what they, who put these things on TV, tell us. And since we consume quite a bit from these heroes of our time, we are starting to run low on taboos and heroes by now. But where do we draw the line or have we already crossed it long ago? We wanted to make a film that connects this feeling of ‘o-m-g, how retarded is this idea – stop!’ with that ‘but first I want to see how it ends’ curiosity. We wanted to show that great aspiration that somehow lies dormant in each of us – the hope that our lives have a lasting effect. Also our three guys have this incredible idea that they hope will help them reach their goal. And that’s where, at least for us, things start to get interesting. – Director’s Statement 

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: Marcos Kantis Martin Lehwald Philipp Kreuzer Matthias Esche Marcus Mittermeier Jan Henrik Stahlberg
: Jan Henrik Stahlberg Marcus Mittermeier
: Jan Henrik Stahlberg
: David Hofmann
Art director
: Peter Naguib Peter Dank
: Sarah Clara Weber
: Rainer Oleak