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Author: Pia LenzCarsten RauHauke WendlerPIER 53 Filmproduktion,Norddeutscher Rundfunk,All authors
Publisher: Germany : PIER 53 Filmproduktion, 2016.
Edition/Format:   eVideo : Clipart/images/graphics : German
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In the late summer of 2015, three words split a whole country: we can do it. Millions of Germans are still working for asylum seekers. But elsewhere refugee homes are already burning, xenophobia is on the rise, and the government is arguing about ceilings and language courses for refugees. Welcome culture was the focus of attention yesterday, now it's about integration and the question of how it can succeed. The  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Documentary films
Material Type: Clipart/images/graphics, Internet resource, Videorecording
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Pia Lenz; Carsten Rau; Hauke Wendler; PIER 53 Filmproduktion,; Norddeutscher Rundfunk,; Südwestrundfunk (Germany),
OCLC Number: 1028031772
Language Note: In German with English subtitles.
Notes: Title from resource description page (viewed January 30, 2018).
Description: 1 online resource (95 min.)
Other Titles: Alles gut
Responsibility: PIER 53 Filmproduktion ; in co-production with Norddeutscher Rundfunk and Südwestrundfunk ; a film by Pia Lenz ; Carsten Rau and Hauke Wendler, producers.

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In the late summer of 2015, three words split a whole country: we can do it. Millions of Germans are still working for asylum seekers. But elsewhere refugee homes are already burning, xenophobia is on the rise, and the government is arguing about ceilings and language courses for refugees. Welcome culture was the focus of attention yesterday, now it's about integration and the question of how it can succeed. The 95-minute documentary ALLES GUT tells of two children who come to Germany at the time with their families: Djaner, 7, from Macedonia and Ghofran, 11, from Syria. Their escape ends in Hamburg, in the middle-class district of Othmarschen. But how do they find each other in their new life? Djaner ran away from poverty and discrimination with his brother Mahmud and his depressive mother. On his first day at a German elementary school, a dream comes true for the Roma boy. In his home school meant for him fear of beatings. In Hamburg Djaner wants to belong, as do hundreds of thousands of other refugee children who suddenly have to be schooled in Germany. Ghofran initially hopes she can leave Germany soon. She listens to Arab hiphop and lives on in her thoughts in Syria, while her father Adel in Hamburg struggles to arrive forever. At school, where Ghofran learns German, she meets girls who are allowed to do everything. What does she want to accept, what is she willing to give up? Award-winning author Pia Lenz ('Hudekamp - Ein Heimatfilm') accompanies Djaner and Ghofran for a year in their search for themselves and a new life for their powerful, very moving documentary ALLES GUT. The perspective of the children opens up a new, unadorned view of the integration of hundreds of thousands of refugees and the question: How do we give a home to those most in need of a future?

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