‘19.91’ is a quiet and modest story of meeting between a 19-year-old Jette from Germany and 91-year-old Pole - Mrs Zofia. During Jette’s one year annual voluntary service in Warsaw she regularly visits Mrs Zofia, who spent her teenage years in concentration camp in Auschwitz and in Ravensbrück.
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director and linguist. 2010 She graduated from the Universiät of Greifswald (Germany) with degrees in German as a Foreign Language, Baltic and Finnish Studies. 2006 -2010 she cooperated with the Centre of Theatre Practices Gardzienice. 2018 she graduated in film directing at the Polish National Film and Television School in Lodz (Poland). From 2014 she gains experience as an assistant director at feature fiction and documentary films and works at television formats. Currently she lives and works in Berlin.