"FOR THE GERMANS, I WAS A TURK, FOR THE MUSLIMS A JEW, FOR THE JEWS A YOUNG CRIMINAL FROM WEDDING"
"A Wet Dog is Better than a Dry Jew” tells the story of Soheil, a young German-Iranian who discovers his Jewish roots. At the age of 15, Soheil, together with his parents, moves from Göttingen to Berlin-Wedding. At first, Soheil feels at ease because he has the same black hair and dark skin as everyone else in this multicultural district. In order to blend in Soheil wears his grandmother’s gold necklace. But when a young Arab spots the Star of David dangling from his chain, Soheil quickly becomes a target of hatred. From that moment on Soheil hides his identity. At night he wanders the streets, painting graffitis and ends up joining an Arabic gang. But the feeling of alienation grows and finally Soheil musters up the courage to face his true identity.
Ayre Sharuz Shalicar's "Ein nasser Hund ist besser als ein trockener Jude"
Warner Bros. Germany
TERRITORIES OF EXPLOITATION
Doguhan Kabadayi, Mohammad “Momo” Eliraqui, Derya Dilber,
Omar Antabli, Samy Abdel Fattah, Emircan Yildirim,
Hassan Kello, Khaliq Dad Yousufi, Abdullah Emre Öztürk,
Maradona Akkouch, Shirin Eck, Tuka Shaaban Ali Zaky “Tua” El-Fawwal,
Hussein Eliraqui, Robier Al Rashid, Kida Khodr Ramadan,
Dorka Gryllus, Christoph Letkowski, Judith Hofmann,
Ali Seyf, Marko Dyrlich, Ariella Hirshfeld,
Alexander van Dülmen, Stephan Wagner
A Company Hungary, Warner Bros. Germany
Medienboard Berlin Brandenburg