He She I

Carlotta Kittel
| Germany
| 2017
| 88 min

Two people, two sets of perceptions and memories, and a conversation that never happened. Did Angela and Christian really love each other? What did they expect of each other? The only indisputable fact is that they met in Berlin in 1986. Yet when Angela became pregnant and decided to keep the child, they broke off contact; since then they have never spoken about it. Twenty-five years later, their daughter sets up a camera and interviews both of them separately. Suddenly a dynamic unfolds between the two parents – without them actually encountering each other. He She I is a film about the power to tell your own story – and the powerlessness of hearing other versions of it.

Carlotta Kittel
Isabell Wackers
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