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Denny is living the high life in Berlin and is having sex with a lot of girls. Denny got a mother. This mother just got a new husband: Frank. Denny hasn’t talked to his mother in 10 years. Frank wants to change this. He takes a train to Berlin. Who’s gonna be the first to mature?
Tom Lass, the director of the movie, began his acting career at the age of 15 in Munich. Since then he has participated in more than 40 film and TV projects. In 2005 he began to start looking behind the scenes by working as a production assistant. He made his first experiences with the concept of improvising in film as an actor with the short feature film „Quiet Spring“ that was released in 2007. Tom finished his first short film „0+0=1“ as a director in 2008 and founded a production company together with his brother Jakob Lass, “Lass Bros”. He became more and more convinced by improvisation – making films without script – that he tried it himself in his first feature film „Papa Gold“, that won the film critic’s prize at the Achtung Berlin film festival in 2011. Tom works and lives in Berlin.
They are called Dr. Motte and Wladimir Kaminer but also Schraubermicha or Ginger Brown. They and many others are visitors to the Mauerpark. The film from director Dennis Karsten tells the stories of people from the East Berlin city park between Prenzlauer Berg and Wedding. Today, the park offers above all space for artistic creativity and is an intercultural meeting place for people from all walks of society, for individualists, artists, sportsmen and women, musicians and brings them together. The uniqueness of the park lies in the peaceful coexistence of alternative life styles, fringe groups and subcultures. However, the park also stands for the change taking place in the district, which is under pressure from gentrification. Building plans from a property developer are threatening the area, but it is still holding its own with its diverse structures. The film submerges into the depths of the Mauerpark microcosm and observes the different dimensions of the park. It not only portrays the various visitors, but also the park’s diversity by showing its closeness to nature and the activities of insects and birds there. “Mauerpark” captures the summer of 2009 in Berlin, showing the uniqueness and variety of the park’s cosmos and the prevalent feeling of freedom there. It is a poetic and sometimes funny portrait of the magic of the park and the people there.