Jurgen Vogel (Kelab), Franco Nero (Ditob), Andre M. Hennicke (Krant), Susanne Wuest (Kisis), Sabin Tambrea (Tasar), Martin Augustin Schneider (Gosar) .
Stab und Finanzierung, Besetzung und Dreharbeiten, Veroffentlichung.
The Otztal Alps, more than 5'300 years ago. A Neolithic clan has settled near a river where their leader, Kelab, is also the guardian of the sacred Tineka altar. One day, while Kelab went hunting, the camp was attacked; the members of the tribe are brutally murdered, including the wife and son of Kelab. Tineka was stolen and only one newborn survived the massacre. Blinded by the pain, Kelab sets out to get revenge and has no choice but to take the child with him.The characters in the film speak of an ancient variant of the Rhaetian.
Director: Felix Randau
Felix Randau was born in Emden in 1974. After studying German literature and ethnology at the University of Bonne, he studied at the Deutsche Film-und Fernsehakademie (DFFB) in Berlin. His graduating film, Northern Star (2003), was nominated for the First Steps Award and received the Studio Hamburg Nachwuchspreis.