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“Robber Hands” is coming to the cinemas

The time after school is very exciting for many young people. Travels to foreign countries, first relationships, Finn-Ole Heinrich’s coming-of-age novel “Robber Hands” tells about it. Now it has been made into a film.

Hamburg – Thousands of girls and boys have read the book “Robber Hands” at school, some even wrote their Abitur about it. In the Thalia Theater in Hamburg, Finn-Ole Heinrich’s material was also staged more than 100 times.

The book, published in 2007, has now been made into a film for the cinema. Ilker Catak’s film (“The spoken word counts”) will be released in cinemas on September 2nd.

The coming-of-age story is about Janik and Samuel’s friendship. The two want to travel to Istanbul after graduation – but the adventure turns out differently than expected. Emil von Schönfels and Mekyas Mulugeta play the two close joy very impressively in the main roles. It’s about freedom, home and identity, about friendship and its limits.

The camera is close to the growing, contradicting and surprising feelings of the guys. Drugs, sex, parties, loneliness, the search for yourself, for love, for a home – the film is a road trip through a part of growing up that definitely has an effect. A film that also takes pleasant time to tell.

Finn-Ole Heinrich had published the book when he was 25 years old. It was the debut novel of the Hamburg-born writer who now lives in Berlin. According to the distributor, the novel has been sold around 100,000 times. dpa

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