SO LONG DADDY, SEE YOU IN HELL
Film - New German Cinema

SO LONG DADDY, SEE YOU IN HELL

Directed by Christopher Roth

Info

Director: Christopher Roth
Section: New German Cinema
Country: Germany
Year: 2022
PT: SERVUS PAPA, SEE YOU IN HELL
OT: SERVUS PAPA, SEE YOU IN HELL
Language: German, French
Version: Original version with English subtitles
Cast: Jana McKinnon, Clemens Schick, Leo Altaras, Julia Hummer, Ina Paule Klink
16+

Logline

Postmodernism meets punk in an authentic, over-the-top story of a power struggle between a cult guru and a rebellious girl.

Fourteen-year-old Jeanne has lived in a farm commune since she was two years old. Her mother and father live in city communes and rarely visit. This is one of the commandments given by Otto, who rules the commune: children are to grow up without parents. Knowing nothing else, Jeanne enjoys her outdoor life, surrounded by lots of other children, until she falls in love with 16-year-old Jean and her childhood paradise begins to fall apart. In doing so, she violates Otto’s greatest commandment: “Sex is allowed, but love is forbidden.” Jeanne rebels against this.

Show calendar

Calendar

  • (only P&I)
    Atelier 1
  • Q&A with Christopher Roth + team

    Sendlinger Tor
  • Q&A with Christopher Roth + team

    City 1
  • Q&A with Christopher Roth + team

    City 1

Meet the director

SO LONG DADDY, SEE YOU IN HELL

Christopher Roth

Christopher Roth is a graduate of the University of Television and Film Munich (HFF). In 1994 he made his first motion picture, LOOOSERS!, and in 1998 the TV movie CANDY; both scripts were co-written with Martin Rauhaus. In 2001 he shot BAADER, which was awarded the Alfred Bauer Prize at the 2002 Berlinale. In the art field, he has made films with Vera Lehndorff, Armen Avanessian, and Arno Brandlhuber (LEGISLATING ARCHITECTURE, screened at the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2016). SPRING was made in collaboration with Colin MacCabe and Tilda Swinton and was screened in THE SEASONS IN QUINCY: FOUR PORTRAITS OF JOHN BERGER as part of the 2016 Berlinale Special.

Credits

Screenplay: Jeanne Tremsal, Christopher Roth
Director of Photography: Lydia Richter
Film Editor: Christoph Bargfrede, Christopher Roth
Composer: Cosimo Flohr
Production Designer: Michael Schindlmeier
Costume Design: Nicole Fischnaller
Sound: Tobias Boehm
Sound design: Andre Bendocchi-Alves
Make-up artist: Anna Jüngling
Casting director: Natascha Zimmermann
Producer: Andro Steinborn
Production Company: Arden Film GmbH
Executive producer: Patrick Schorn, Grischa Sauter
Distributor: Port Au Prince Pictures
Editor: Jörg Himstedt, Barbara Häbe
TV channel: Hessischer Rundfunk (HR), Arte