Programme

Nothing More Perfect

Teresa Hoerl

Germany, 2020 / 87 min / German OV (DE OV) / Drama

In the presence of the director Teresa Hoerl and the producer Markus Mayr

Maya, 16-year-old, tries to find online-fame and understanding through a selfie-live-vlog of suicide notes.

She streams constantly to a forum of like-minded users. When Maya travels to Prague with her parents - a trip, that is supposed to somehow cheer her up - her suicidal fantasies become more real than. While her parents try to force their daughter into the fun and games of being a teenager, Maya finds her very own fairy-tale-like journey in the capital of party tourism and melancholy.

 

Screenings
Tue 08/03 09:00 Cinémathèque DE OV Scolaire https://luxfilmfestfilms.megatix.be/en/HO00004318?locationFilters=LFFCI&dateTime...
Wed 09/03 09:00 CNA Dudelange VO ALL / DE OV / DE OF Scolaire https://www.luxfilmfest.lu/en/registration-films-workshops
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Awards
  • Best Feature Film Award Nominee, Max Ophüls Festival, 2020 (Germany)
  • DEFA Foundation Award, International Film Festival for Children and Young Audience Schlingel, 2020 (Germany)
Cast & Credits
Cast 
Lilia Herrmann, Mira Partecke, Thorsten Merten, Konstantin Gries
Screenplay 
Teresa Hoerl
Cinematographer 
Johannes Brugger
Sound 
Philip Hutter
Set 
Susanna Haneder
Music 
Attila Makai, Philip Hutter
Production 
Mäksmy Films
Coproduction 
Hochschule für Fernsehen und Film München (HFF)
Distribution 
MÄKSMY Films GmbH
Biography

Teresa Fritzi Hoerl grew up in the Bavarian Allgäu. She first studied theatre, literature and psychology in Munich and London, then directing at the University of Television and Film in Munich. During her studies, she wrote and directed several short and medium-length films, which were shown at various festivals and won awards. Since 2014 Teresa Fritzi Hoerl works as a freelance director.
Nothing More Perfect is her first feature film.

 

Filmography
  • 2020 – Nothing More Perfect
  • 2017 – Familienzuwachs (short)
  • 2016 – Choices (documentary short)
  • 2010 – Du Bist’s (short)