Salmonberries

1991

Salmonberries is a 1991 drama film directed by Percy Adlon and written by Adlon and his son Felix. It stars k.d. lang as Kotzebue, an orphaned Eskimo and young woman of androgynous appearance who works as a (male) miner in Alaska, and Rosel Zech as Roswitha, an East German exiled and widowed librarian. The film takes place in Kotzebue, Alaska and Berlin, Germany, shortly after reunification; the dialog is mostly English but includes some German with English subtitles.

Their ambiguous relationship seems to be on the edge of lesbian love.[2]

The films title takes its name from the endless jars of preserved berries that line the walls of Roswitha's bedroom.[3]

Singer k.d. lang, who performs an evocative ballad, "Barefoot," in the film,[4] it was co-written by k.d. lang and Bob Telson.[5]

After Miss lang had asked Adlon to direct a music video for her, ("So in Love" for the AIDS-benefit Red Hot + Blue compilation album) he wrote the script of "Salmonberries" especially for her.[1]

Quelle: Wikipedia(englisch)
Kinostart:1991
31.10.1991 in Deutschland
weitere Titel:
サーモンベリーズ
Salmonberries
Salmonberries - A piedi nudi nella neve
魚娃子zh-hant zh
Genre:Homosexualität im Film, Filmdrama
Herstellungsland:Deutschland
Originalsprache:Englisch
Farbe:Farbe
IMDB: 552
Regie:Percy Adlon
Drehbuch:Percy Adlon
Darsteller:k.d. lang
Rosel Zech
Oscar Kawagley
Chuck Connors
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Rezensionen:

1992
Bavarian Film Awards
Bavarian Film Award
Best Production (Produzentenpreis)
Gewinner
1992
Bavarian Film Awards
Bavarian Film Award
Best Actress (Darstellerpreis)
Gewinner
1991
Montréal World Film Festival
Grand Prix des Amériques
Gewinner
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