Stadt Land Fluss (Harvest)
A drama that tracks the relationship between two young apprentices working on a large farm, just 60 km south of Berlin.
Writer / Director: Benjamin Cantu
Executive Producer: Björn Koll
World Sales: Edition Salzgeber (Germany)
61. Berlinale Generation 14Plus
Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival
Vienna International Filmfestival
Motuvun Filmfestival, Croatia
Frameline LGBTQ Film Festival
Sicilia Queer Filmfest
The Iris Prize
Mix Filmfestival, Brazil
Teddy Readers Award, Berlinale 2011
Side by Side LGBT Filmfestival, Saint Petersburg
Mezipatra Queer Filmfestival, Brno
During harvest, hands are working every day. The crop has to be stored, the barn kept clean and if a cow refuses to bond with her calf, it is raised by hand.
Marko (22) is an apprentice working on a large agricultural farm in the Nuthe-Urstrom valley, some 60 kilometers south of Berlin. If he passes his final examinations he will be a fully fledged farmer. That is, if he really wants it. But Marko is more of a loner, who rather dreams to escape in the old Lada Niva, which is rotting on the grounds. One day Jacob (19) turns up, a somewhat younger intern with two left hands. Suddenly Marko’s day dreaming breaks are not his own anymore, and suddenly there is this strong feeling of desire to another man.