2006 – “Kindertransport” by Diane Samuels

Posted on: April 27, 2006

Evelyn, a middle-aged Englishwoman, is helping her daughter Faith to sort out things which the young woman may need when moving into a flat of her own. While they are searching for useful things in the attic, mother and daughter are heading for another confrontation. What Faith does not know is that Evelyn was once called Eva and that she had to leave her parents’ home in Vienna in 1938 at a tender age and under difficult circumstances.
In a suitcase Faith finds letters and photographs relating to Evelyn’s past. These testimonies explain to Faith why her mother breaks out in a sweat when she boards a train or sees men in uniforms.


EvaMichela Borzaga
HelgaBirgit Stockinger
EvelynBarbara Colle
FaithNina Grabmaier
LilMonika Lobendanz
Nazi Border Official
English Organiser
Station Guard
Michael Darmanin


Director & ProducerIlse Lackenbauer
Assistant DirectorMichael Darmanin
Costumes & Make-Up DesignHellmut Hölzl
Make-UpJulia Strohbach
SetAlois Ellmauer
Light & SoundGunther Seiser
Production PhotographyAlois Lobendanz
Graphic DesignRuth Humer
Web DesignArnold Wallner
Foyer ExhibitionElfi Windischbauer
Ticket SalesSylvia Prack
Wolfgang Schneeberger
DVD RecordingChristian Haslecker

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