Unveiled (Fremde Haut)
|Release Date:||November 18, 2005|
|Running time:||97 minutes|
|Cast:||Jasmin Tabatabai, Anneke Kim Sarnau, Navíd Akhavan, Georg Friedrich, Thomas Goersch|
|Writer:||Angelina Maccarone, Judith Kaufmann|
Description: Fariba, prosecuted in Iran because of her love for a women, flees to Germany. But, her application for asylum is turned down. Her desperate prospects are improved by the suicide of her fellow-inmate Siamak: she assumes his identity and using his temporary permit of sojourn, is send to a province village. At first glance her survival seems to be assured, but in the refugee home she is obliged to uphold her male disguise in cramped quarters and a single mistake could blow up her cover. In order to pay for forged documents, she takes an illegal job in a sauerkraut factory, where she meets Anne, who is very solicitous about Siamak's well-being and derives some kind of pleasure from the strange foreigner. While spending more and more time together, they become dangerously close and Anne begins to suspect Fariba's true identity.
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