Staged during the actual events of the 2017 G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, a young woman navigates a fictional dystopian world which grimly reflects our current political landscape.
Anni Sultany (*1985) is a native of Hamburg/Germany, a single mother of a 15-year old daughter and on stage since the age of 6. She finished her acting education in 2009 at the „Buehnenstudio der Darstellenden Kuenste“ in Hamburg, followed by a masterclass at Stella Adler Studio of Acting in L.A. and a dubbing training.
Since 2009 Anni is also present behind the camera (production, direction, texts, editing) and is now manly working as an independent filmmaker, actress for film/theater and voice artist for advertising, games and much more.
Jerry Suen (*1986) born and raised in the small town of Husum in Northern Germany, has been filming exciting and less exciting contents since the age of twelve. After his Bachelor of Arts degree at a Berlin Filmschool, Suen, whose family roots lie in Taiwan, now lives in Hamburg and works as a freelance conceptionist, director, editor and Director of Photography.
Cast/Featuring: Anni Sultany, Sven Schmidke, Ronja Sultany, Alain Charlemoine
Executive Producer(s): Anni Sultany and Jerry Suen
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