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3.2 sonntag SUNDAY silhouettes (10:20) Directed by Sarah Brill, US, 2018, International Premiere The film follows Emily, a curious and compassionate young girl, as she tries to befriend her new neighbor, Jackie, a reserved girl with a dark past. As Emily grows closer to Jackie, she begins to unearth something evil within the girl and her grandmother. lucy’s tale (17:04) Directed by Chelsea Lupkin, US, 2018, European Premiere Between mean girls, her first romance, and budding hormones, Lucy begins to realize that she's not like the other teenagers in her class in this coming-of-age horror. 20:30h SHORTS PROGRAM 8: Flesh and blood Family can be a real trip… sometimes as far down as the depths of hell. These shorts explore family relations imbued with darkness: a young girl faced with a mother who has suddenly turned terrifying, two sisters struggling to survive in a dystopian wasteland, and parents who seriously need to learn a thing or two about boundaries. blood runs down (17:28) Directed by Zandashé Brown, US, 2018 When a woman undergoes a frightening transition, her vigilant five year old daughter must decide between saving her or protecting herself in this haunting account of inheritance, daughterhood, and demons. hana (12:42) Directed by Mai Nakanishi, Japan, 2018, Berlin Premiere A college student applies for a part-time babysitting job and gets hired on short notice by a single mother with a four-year-old daughter, Hana. But when she is left alone with Hana, strange things start to happen. colony (14:49) Directed by Catherine Bonny, Australia, 2018, European Premiere In this bleak and nightmarish survival tale set in 2131, two sisters inhabit a dystopian wasteland where they are part of the disease- ridden laborer class, and they must fight tooth and nail for food and medicine.