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Genre: Drama, History, True Story
Duration: 102 mins
Country: Germany
Language: German
Release: Theatrical Release: Q3 2022
Director: Konstantin Korenchuk, Simon Pilarski
Cast: Lea van Acken (Das Tagebuch der Anne Frank, Dark), Eric Kabongo (Willkommen bei den Hartmanns (Welcome To Germany)), André Hennicke (Der Untergang (Downfall))
Availability: Worldwide except Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Greece.
Festivals:

World Premiere at the 2022 Paris International Film Festival.

Best Fiction Feature. 6th San Antonio Independent Film Festival (6th Fescisa), Ecuador 2022.

Best First Feature Film By The Director. South Film & Arts Academy Festival Chile. April - 2022.

Official Selection Buenos Aires International Film Festival 2022.

Official Selection Portland Film Festival 2022.

 

4 Days To Eternity

Original title: 4 Tage Bis Zur Ewigkeit

This is the incredible and mysterious legend of Idilia Dubb. It is 1851 Idilia is visiting the Rhine Valley. Whilst exploring in an old abandoned castle, she falls through the rotten floors. She finds no escape and begins her fight for survival.

This is the incredible and tragic legend of Idilia Dubb. It is 1851 and Idilia is visiting the German Rhineland Valley. Whilst exploring in an old abandoned castle, she falls through the rotten floors. But when she discovers to her horror that there is no escaping the towering castle walls, she begins a grueling fight for survival. Only her sketch book can help her decipher the past. As no one answers her cries for help, Idilia contemplates her fate in a written record that blurs the lines between reality and fiction.

Based on the mysterious legend of Idilia Dubb - the Rhine legend from the 19th century tells that the young Miss disappeared on an excursion in the forest and never has been seen again. Twelve years later, her skeleton and her diary were found in the Lahneck Castle ruins.

Press

“4 DAYS TO ETERNITY is a stimulating and thoughtful film that contains a rare social expressiveness lacking in some films.” – Film and TV Now