Film - New German TV Movies Filmfest 2018


Directed by Viviane Andereggen


Director: Viviane Andereggen
Section: New German TV Movies
Country: Germany
Year: 2018
Language: German
Version: Original version
Cast: Rosalie Thomass, Johann von Bülow, Shenja Lacher, Lilly Forgách, Ulrike C. Tscharre
18+ (no age rating)



Luisa Jobst is a grade-school teacher in Bavaria. She's as idealistic as she is fair — much to the displeasure of a father who's hoping she'll give his son better grades. One day, a nude photo of Luisa suddenly appears on the school website. The police can't help her, and the whole town is gossiping. By herself, she tracks down the person responsible — and soon goes missing without a trace.

Meet the director


Viviane Andereggen

Viviane Andereggen, born in Zurich, grew up in Switzerland and Hungary. From 2007 to 2010, she studied post-industrial design, media studies, and cultural anthropology at Kunsthochschule Basel. While a student, she directed image films for Mozambique's ministry of tourism. In 2010, she moved to Hamburg and studied film under Wim Wenders at the Hamburg Media School. Her debut film, SIMON SAGT AUF WIEDERSEHEN ZU SEINER VORHAUT (2015), received multiple awards.


Screenplay: Claudia Kaufmann, Britta Stöckle
Director of Photography: Martin Langer
Film Editor: Constantin von Seld
Composer: Annette Focks
Production Designer: Juliane Friedrich
Costume Design: Mika Braun, Silke Sommer
Sound: Rainer Petershagen
Producer: Kirsten Hager, Carmen Stozek
Production Company: Hager Moss Film GmbH
Editor: Anja Helmling-Grob
TV channel: Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (ZDF)