Orpheus Rhapsodie

  • Orpheus in der Unterwelt (aka Das Orpheus Experiment) (Working title)
Indie Feature Film | 2014-2017 | Germany

Main data

Shooting data

Number of shooting days20
LocationsBerlin und Brandenburg,

Project data

Length of movie74
Picture formatTV 16:9 (1 : 1,78)
Picture material negativeHD
Picture material positiveDCP
Sound formatStereo

Brief synopsis

A young woman wants to shoot a film about „Orpheus in the Underworld“, but in the course of pre-production she falls into a well and dies.
Instead of finding peace in the beyond, she gets stuck here on earth. The reason for this is a lively craftsman from Berlin whom she has met a few minutes before her death by accident. Like a ghost, she restlessly wanders through the meadows of Hades, and dreams about the city, people and love.
But her increasing liveliness entails danger. A stranger appears. He is carrying a mysterious suitcase. Is it Orpheus?
What should have become a film, slowly turns into a peculiar parade of cheerful, lost characters, who are caught somewhere between fantasy and everyday life.
In the end the city is all that remains. A new year begins...

Cast

ActorRole nameVoice actor / Speaker
 Liam-Maria GremmPaul Sommer [L]
 Svetlana WallEurydike [L]
 Dirk SikorskiRobert [SR]
Peter KogeKunde Werkstatt [SR]
Matthias ThevesSonias Bruder [SR]
 Christoph SchulenbergerDanny Daylight [SR]
Klaus ArnoldFährmann [SR]
Detlef BrandProduzent [SR]
Carolin GremmAlma Rosenthal [SR]
 Tobias HübschRegisseur [SR]

Crew

DepartmentActivityNameComment
Camera Departmentdirector of photography Jan Klein
Director's Departmentdirector Katharina Mihm
EditingeditorStanislaw Schimanski
MusiccomposerJakob Rohr
ProducerproducerHong Chang Kim
Producerproducer Katharina Mihm
Production Mgt.production managerJeanne Ramin
Screenplayscreenwriter Katharina Mihm
Sound Departmentproduction sound mixerBenjamin Kalisch
Sound Post Productionsound re-recording mixerJakob Rohr

Production companies

CompanyComment
Opak GbR [de]

Distributing companies

CompanyComment
 aug&ohr medienFilm Festival Agency