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2030 - Aufstand der Jungen (2010)



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Credited cast:
Javeh Asefdjah Javeh Asefdjah ... Tafelhelferin
Mila Böhning Mila Böhning
Moritz Gaa Moritz Gaa ... Stationsarzt
Martin Hentschel Martin Hentschel ... Dr. Kuhlmann
Ralph Herforth ... Vincent Fischer
Larbi Labbani Larbi Labbani ... Angehöriger
Thomas Luszeit Thomas Luszeit ... JVA-Mann
Barnaby Metschurat ... Tim Burdenski
Ingrid Mülleder ... Krankenhaussprecherin
Tibor Taylor Tibor Taylor ... Vater Burdenski
Kristian Wanzl Nekrasov ... Kosslick (as Kristian Nekrasov)
Lavinia Wilson ... Sophie
Felix Wolf Felix Wolf ... Fabian
Alexander Yassin Alexander Yassin ... Alexander
Bettina Zimmermann ... Lena Bach


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Drama | Sci-Fi







Release Date:

11 January 2011 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

2030 - Ausbeutung der Enkel See more »

Filming Locations:

Berlin, Germany

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Production Co:

Ziegler Film & Company See more »
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Follows 2030 - Aufstand der Alten (2007) See more »

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Scary and realistic view of our future
20 January 2013 | by engle_jamesSee all my reviews

This is a fascinating film that is difficult to classify: part thriller, part mystery, part reality show, and part sci/fi. It's a very busy movie, but all components I found interesting. Basically, the plot is about these kids who have grown up, literally, on a reality show and were much loved by the country; now, as adults in the year 2030, one of the participants appears to have died, left alone and untreated in an overcrowded and understaffed hospital after being shot. Or was he? Could it have been a simple medical oversight because he was uninsured? Or was he murdered because of something he knew? The best part of this movie is that we are shown in a quite realistic fashion what ANY country could be like in 2030- where the divide between the haves and have-nots has gotten so wide that there are two kinds of hospitals; one for people with money and one for people who don't have money. A great commentary on where our world is heading, disguised as an intriguing mystery.

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