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Goethe Kino

Goethe Kino is a film series by Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan New Delhi screening contemporary films from Germany.

Curated by filmmaker and critic Subasri Krishnan, the films will provide an insight into contemporary experiences in Germany as formed by social, cultural and political trends, and their treatment in German cinema. 

The day after the physical film screenings, the movie will be available to stream on the Goethe-on-Demand platform for one month, until the next screening. Watch on "Goethe on Demand"

Now Streaming: Futur Drei (No hard feelings)

Language: German/Persian/Arabic/English
Subtitles: English
Price: Free
Director: Faraz Shariat 
Availability: 30 days, starting 04.08.2022 until 07.09.2022

About the Film

Futur Drei (No Hard Feelings) 2019 | Germany | Colour | 92 min

High-cut trousers, skin-tight t-shirt, short, peroxide-blond hair. On his birthday, Parvis celebrates by stealing a bottle from the bar at the club and dancing. The son of Iranian parents, he has established himself in the attic of his parents’ house in a quiet new housing estate in Lower Saxony and is busy trying out everything and anything from sex dates to raves.
After getting caught shoplifting, he is sent to do community service in a refugee shelter where he falls in love with Amon, who has fled Iran with his sister Banafshe Arezu. The trio enjoys a summer of fierce partying till dawn, coloured by the realisation that, in their different ways, none of them is at home in Germany.

In his powerful, semi-biographical debut peppered with pop-cultural references, Faraz Shariat unfolds a tale of intense first love. With a precise grasp of social context, he offers a sensitive insight into the experience of migrants in Germany caught between feeling foreign, being excluded and obtaining the permanent right to stay, and shows how even subsequent generations are still in the process of arriving.


Faraz Shariat © David Uzochukwu © David Uzochukwu

Faraz Shariat

Born in Cologne, Germany in 1994, he worked first as a director and actor at Schauspiel Köln and on video installations for the Staatstheater Hannover before studying dramatic arts at the University of Hildesheim. His work focuses on post-migrant experiences and stories about immigrant families.
His debut feature film, "Futur Drei" ("No Hard Feelings"), evolved from his autobiographical documentaries exploring his family history and from his work as a translator for refugees. The film was developed in collaboration with Paulina Lorenz and Raquel Molt in the Jünglinge film collective, where the three have been working together ever since they met at university.
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