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Contact Admin. The movie centres around Motti Wolkenbruch, a young Jewish man living in Zurich who breaks the rules, but he's not the only star of this story: According to the Federal Statistical Office, there are more than 4, Jewish people in the city of Zurich and more than 6, in the canton. He's not religious but says he rediscovered his Jewish roots while researching his book. His chosen director is Michael Steiner, who made a name for himself in Switzerland with films like " My name is Eugen" , " Grounding" and " Sennentuntschi".
The two have been friends for about twenty years, and Michael lived in Wiedikon for ten years, downstairs from Orthodox Jewish neighbours. Screenwriter Thomas Meyer and director Michael Steiner talk about their comedy, "Wolkenbruch", working in Yiddish and keeping things authentic. Motti, the lead character, is not interested in the marriage candidates proposed by his domineering mother, played with gusto by Inge Maux. But choosing her is a recipe for disaster.
The host family sang and translated the Hebrew blessings for their visitors. Author and scriptwriter Meyer, is not a big fan of Orthodox-style arranged marriages "Shidduch" in Yiddish or strict community rules. If you have them, you have to bury them, in order to be able to keep up that lifestyle.
That for me is not a beautiful thing. It will be officially released in Swiss cinemas on October The Zurich Film Festival external link runs until 7 October and is showing more than films from 48 countries.
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