Filmfestival Münster opens with "Mein Ende. Dein Anfang." (Relativity)

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With the NRW premiere of the debut film "Mein Ende. Dein Anfang." (Relativity) by Mariko Minoguchi, the Filmfestival Münster opens its 18th edition. Accompanying the director, numerous other film guests are expected at the Schloßtheater Münster on 18 September.

After several successful short films at international festivals, director Mariko Minoguchi will present her feature film debut as the first of eight entries in the European Feature Film Competition of the Filmfestival Münster. The leading actors Saskia Rosendahl, Julius Feldmeier and Michelle Barthel as well as the producers Trini Götze and David Armati Lechner will also be guests at the festival opening in the Schloßtheater.

"Mein Ende. Dein Anfang." celebrated its premiere at the Filmfest Munich, where the tragic love story told on three time levels was nominated for the Förderpreis Neues Deutsches Kino. In addition to shooting star Saskia Rosendahl ("Werk ohne Autor", "Weissensee"), Julius Feldmeier ("Babylon Berlin", "Das Boot") and Michelle Barthel ("Spieltrieb", "Der zehnnte Sommer"), the film has a top-class cast with Edin Hasanović ("You Are Wanted"), Emanuela von Frankenberg ("Ku'Damm 56") and Hanns Zischler ("Im Winter ein Jahr").

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Julius Feldmeier and Saskia Rosendahl in "Mein Ende. Dein Anfang." (Photo: Telepool/24 Bilder)

"Mein Ende. Dein Anfang." tells a story about love between crime and fate: For Nora (Saskia Rosendahl) and Aron (Julius Feldmeier) it is love at first sight when they meet on a rainy day in the subway. Their meeting was pure coincidence, Nora says. Everything is predetermined, says Aron. But then Aron is suddenly torn out of life. Time stands still for Nora. She numbs her pain, soon spends the night with Natan (Edin Hasanović), who appears again and again in her life as if by chance. He gives Nora a foothold. She has the strange feeling of already knowing him, but doesn't know what really unites her ...

Before the film, Lord Mayor Markus Lewe will officially open the 18th Filmfestival Münster. After the screening there will be a champagne reception in the foyer of the Schloßtheater.