Between tradition and a future with no connection to people and places, Berlin Festival’s fair Golden Bear takes a tender look at an era that seems to be getting lost, under the pressure of a controversial development. Directed by the wonderfully nostalgic "Summer 1993"’s Carla Simon.
The life of a family of peach farmers changes radically when the new owner of their land decides to sell the fields to install photovoltaics. For the first time, their future is thrown into uncertainty and the relationships between them are torn apart as they risk losing much more than their arable land.
Berlin Film Festival