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Immer und ewig

Fanny Bräuning, Switzerland, 2018o

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An older couple from Basel starts a journey through Southern Europe with a camper. Sitting behind the wheel is Niggi, a passionate photographer and inventor. Next to him is Annette, his wife, who is paralyzed from the neck down and has been dependent on help and care around the clock for 20 years.

The daughter of the two, filmmaker Fanny Bräuning, accompanies her parents on their journey full of curiosity and amazement, and sets out to answer difficult questions. Her film gives courage and is a ravishing homage to life.

Complex and never idealised, the couple, filmed by the director and bound by a very strong bond, is never idealised or presented as the perfect model of love. On the contrary, Fanny Bräuning's gaze sheds light on the various implications of their dynamic, inviting us to reflect on the concept of (total) love and the nature of a ‘fusional’ (or symbiotic) relationship between two human beings. A film that opens up and nourishes the mind.

Giorgia Del Don

Was wird aus der Liebe, wenn einer den anderen pflegen muss? Komplett von ihm abhängt? Diesen Fragen geht Fanny Bräuning («No More Smoke Signals») nach. Das Spezielle: Bei dem Paar handelt es sich um ihre eigenen Eltern. Bräuning ist ein intimer und feinfühliger Film gelungen.

Anna Kappeler

Dans son nouveau documentaire Immer und ewig, Fanny Bräuning suit ses parents, qui à bien des égards mènent une vie inhabituelle. Sa mère Annette est atteinte de sclérose en plaques et son père Niggi s'occupe de sa femme avec dévouement depuis 20 ans. Le couple, qui a soif d'aventure, ne veut pas se restreindre. Niggi a donc développé un camping-car adapté aux personnes handicapées. Fanny Bräuning les a accompagnés dans leurs voyages en Europe. Le jury a salué «l'histoire d'un couple extraordinaire et leur volonté inébranlable de marcher ensemble dans la vie, malgré toutes les épreuves».

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Aargauer Zeitung, 1/30/2019
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Kreuzer Leipzig, 11/3/2018
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filmexplorer.ch, 2/1/2019
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20min.ch, 12/24/2018
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Interview mit Fanny Bräuning und Bettina Oberli über ihre Filme
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de / 1/30/2019 / 5‘22‘‘

Erklärung der Multiplen Sklerose
nn / Apotheken Umschau
de / 11/26/2017 / 1‘22‘‘

Gespräch mit Regisseurin Fanny Bräuning
From / Radio Corax
de / 14‘32‘‘

Movie Datao

Genre
Documentary 
Running time
85 Min.
Original languages
German, Swiss German
Ratings
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ØYour rating8.2/10
IMDB user:
8.2 (19)
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< 10 votes
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Fanny BräuningDirected by
Fanny BräuningScreenplay
Pierre MennelDirector of photography
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Erklärung der Multiplen Sklerose
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Review Aargauer Zeitung
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Review Kreuzer Leipzig
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Kritik und Berichter über Solothurner Premiere
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Filmemacherin Fanny Bräuning im Interview
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Gespräch mit Regisseurin Fanny Bräuning
Radio Corax / de / 14‘32‘‘
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