Parvis, the son of exiled Iranians, faces life in his little one hometown dedicating himself to pop culture, Grindr meetings and raves. Caught stealing, he is sentenced to community service at a refugee reception center where he meets the brothers Banafshe and Amon, who fled Iran. As the attraction between Parvis and Amon grows, the fragile relationship between the three is put to the test, with the clear understanding that, in Germany, they are not equals.
Faraz Shariat is a German film director, screenwriter and producer of Iranian origin.
He began studying scenic arts at the University of Hildesheim in 2013. After a documentary film and a few short and advertising films, Shariat made his autobiographical debut feature film, No Hard Feelings, which premiered in February 2020 at the Berlinale, receiving the Teddy Award for Best Feature Film. Like his protagonist, Shariat was sentenced to 120 hours of community service as a Farsi-German translator after a shoplifting in 2015 and there met an unaccompanied minor refugee.
Sceneggiatura/Screenplay Faraz Shariat, Paulina Lorenz
Montaggio/Editing Friederike Hohmuth
Fotografia/Photography Simon Vu
Scenografia/Production Design Katja Deutschmann, Klara Mohamadi
Suono/Sound Jakob Hueffell
Interpreti/Cast Benjamin Radjaipour, Eidin Jalali, Banafshe Hourmazdi
Produttore/Producer Paulina Lorenz, Faraz Shariat, Jost Hering
Produzione/Production Juenglinge Film