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The 13-year-old Zoro is full of energy and ideas. Usually when he needs money. And he's not afraid to go up against the law to get it. Because Zoro has a dream: There is nothing he wants... See more »

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Mert Dincer ...
Zoro
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Frau Lehmann
Laurids Schürmann ...
Julian
Hadi Khanjanpour ...
Zamir
Robert Kuchenbuch ...
Polizist Achim
Elmira Rafizadeh ...
Masal
Michael Benthin ...
Pfarrer Weber
Batoul Hazwani ...
Zeynab
Hebatullah Altahan ...
Shafia
Christine Prayon ...
Wutbürgerin 1
Yussuf Mahat ...
Abdi
Levin Alin ...
Hozan
Lorenzo Tisti ...
Arles
Amin Halle Biemnet ...
Marokkaner
Lukas Hupfeld ...
Ralph
Leander Zaiser ...
Marco
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Imam
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Wutbürgerin 2
Sabine Servinho ...
Frau vom Jugendamt
Claudia Möhle ...
Helferin
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Maximilian Bartel ...
Lieferant
Bernd Würch ...
Juror (uncredited)

Directed by

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Martin Busker

Written by

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Martin Busker ... ()
 
Fabian Hebestreit ... ()

Produced by

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Kathrin Tabler ... producer
Andrea Wetzel ... line producer

Cinematography by

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Martin L. Ludwig

Film Editing by

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Kilian Schmid

Editorial Department

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Daniela Schramm Moura ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Dorothee Weyers

Production Design by

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Angelika Dufft

Costume Design by

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Tanja Gierich

Makeup Department

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Eva Schubert ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Peter Merz ... unit manager
Annette Schilling ... production manager
Dothias Wörner ... set manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Adrian Maximilian Hoehl ... first assistant director
Sylvia Jorde ... trainee assistant director
Maximilian Lohmann ... trainee assistant director
Irina Schade ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Kersten Grossmann ... property master: indoor
Yvonne Leuze ... property master: outdoor
Gloria Meilhammer ... assistant production designer

Sound Department

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Volker Armbruster ... foley mixer
Steffen Graubaum ... sound
Andreas Mühlschlegel ... sound mixer
Marcus Neuberger ... assistant sound
Luis Schöffend ... foley artist
Tom Weber ... dialogue editor

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Claudia Gittel ... digital colorist

Camera and Electrical Department

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Timon Dangel ... gaffer
Mahir Dogan ... additional electrician
Jan Durst ... second assistant camera
Sören Gerhard ... electrician
Claudia Hektor ... first assistant camera
Timo Langendörfer ... assistant light
Merlin Luong ... best boy

Casting Department

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Mirko Beckmann ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Nina Fanderl ... wardrobe
Lucia Michel ... wardrobe
Stefanie Katharina Müller ... assistant costume designer

Transportation Department

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Kai Bestek ... production driver
Robert Bendezu Cardenas ... production driver

Other crew

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Pär Martin Andersson ... continuity
Maximilian Lohmann ... making of camera
Selina Meinhardt ... production coordinator
Servillano Pantillo ... assistant set manager
Ron Rosenberg ... production assistant

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Plot Summary

The 13-year-old Zoro is full of energy and ideas. Usually when he needs money. And he's not afraid to go up against the law to get it. Because Zoro has a dream: There is nothing he wants more that to unite his family once again. After fleeing Afghanistan, Zoro arrived in the southern German town of Liebigheim with his mother and sisters, but his father was left stranded in Hungary. When Zoro learns that the Christian boys' choir led by the iron-handed chorus mistress Miss Lehmann is travelling to Hungary for a choral competition, Zoro makes up his mind to learn to sing. What began for Zoro as a plan to finally bring his father to Germany turns into a deeply personal passion. Miss Lehmann's initial prejudices against the refugee boy dissipate and she develops a heartfelt affection. Meanwhile, Zoro finds a true friend in the shy choirboy Julian. But before long, reality closes in on Zoro and he must fight once again - this time for his new homeland.

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  • Zoros Solo (Germany)
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  • 90 min
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