All Will Be Revealed
by Peter Keglevic
Synopsis | Cast & Crew | Technical Information
After decades Josef returns back to his hometown to look for his childhood love. Is she still alive? Will she recognize him? Can everything become like it used to be?
The poetry of a life love clouded by poisonous political mood which is fueled by a mystery murder series. And the perpetrators are always the same – from generation to generation.
Harald Schrott, Erika Marozsán
Peter Keglevic is an Austrian film director and screenwriter. He studied directing at the Mozarteum in Salzburg. Keglevic has directed 30 films since 1976. His film “The Dance with the Devil” starred Sebastian Koch and Christoph Waltz received several awards. His film Bella Donna was screened at the Cannes Film Festival.
Power, depth, and tenderness. Poetry and sadness, childlike confidence, and resignation. Love. physical love. unrequited love. Man stands there with the longing for whatever love. It is a sentiment film. Impression, sensory perception, instinct - crucial elements. Silence. stillness. Poetry. Also hate fueled by fear. And the love of two people.
Harald Schrott completed his acting training at the Cingl / Fröhlich drama school in Innsbruck then worked for two years at the Tirol State Theater. He was part of the Mainz State Theater, where he starred William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet and in Friedrich Schiller's The Robbers. Schrott made his film debut in Volker Schlöndorff's Die Stille, which won the German Film Award. He took a challenging role when he embodied the Hitler assassin Claus Graf Schenk von Stauffenberg in film The Hour of the Officers. He was nominated for Best Actor in a television film for the German Television Award.
Erika Marozsán graduated from the Budapest Academy of Drama and Film and then became a member of Új Színház ("New Theatre") in Budapest. Her first movie appearance was in the hit Hungarian film, " Peace negotiations – This century lasts until Thursday". She has played primarily in Hungarian films, but also appeared on the Cinemax hit action thriller, Sniper 2, with Tom Berenger and Bokeem Woodbine, as well as Gloomy Sunday and One Day Crossing, which was nominated for an Oscar in 2001.
Director Peter Keglevic
Writers Peter Keglevic, Klaus Pohl
Producers Wolfgang Rest
DOP Peter Zeitlinger
Music Christian Kolonovits
Editing Moune Barius
Original Sound Herbert Verdino
Production Design Veronika Merlin
Costume Design Erika Navas
Production Manager Albert Agostini
Original Title: Am Ende Wird Alles Sichtbar | 105’ | German OV | Austria 2023 | Audio 5.1 | Colour | Aspect Ratio 1:2,35| Shot On ARRI Alexa
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