Directed by Ursula Meier
Ursula Meier sets her second feature-length drama against the backdrop of a popular tourist destination in the Alps. From the broad, anonymous mass of people, she has distilled the story of one child who believes he has found a way to offset his breadline existence.
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This film is part of the Nanovic Institute Fall 2013 Film Series: Young and Broke in Europe.
Observers are speaking of a new ‘lost generation’ in Europe as youth unemployment in Europe soars from 24% in the eurozone to above 60% in certain countries like Greece. Statistics only tell us part of this story. What light does European cinema shed on the human dimensions of this profound intergenerational crisis?
Originally published at al.nd.edu.