MY WAY is a feature length documentary that retraces the perilous journey undertaken by an Afghan refugee, Hussain Hussaini, who was forced to flee his homeland in search of security and a better life. Accompanied by the German filmmaker Jakob Gatzka, he agreed to retrace his difficult journey a second time. The co-production of Figurative Film and Penned Pictures, in which Josef Brandmaier and John Hörnschemeyer as well as Jakob Gatzka acted as producers, will have its theatrical release in the autumn of 2020.

MY WAY tells of Hussain Hussaini's loss of his homeland through his individual fate, looks behind the scenes of his escape to Europe and traces the integration of the adult protagonist into a new culture. Fellow refugees have their say, as do smugglers and finally the actor Felix Römer from the Berlin Schaubühne as an employee of the German asylum authorities, who conducts Hussain's asylum hearing in Munich. The Afghan singer and actor Pouya Raufyan, who travelled to Afghanistan with Albert Ginthör from the Gärtnerplatztheater for 55 days at the beginning of 2017 to escape his impending deportation, has taken on the role of narrator and will contribute part of the film music. In interviews accompanying the plot, Claudia Roth (Vice President of the German Parliament) and others will comment along with the former mayor of Munich, Christian Ude, the bishop Heinrich Bedford-Strohm and the journalist Natalie Amiri (ARD). MY WAY was dramaturgically accompanied by Roland Zag and editor Barbara Toennieshen (The Perfect Trap, 2019).

„Geben, was man nicht hat – ein Paradox bei Heidegger, Lacan und Derrida“, veröffentlicht auf der Homepage des „Institut für Wirtschaftsentwicklung"


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