“Klassenkampf” was a school project where we had to produce a live show and present it on the “open house day” at the Ortweinschule in Graz.
Lara Marlies Rabitsch, born on 09.09.2001 in Judenburg (Styria), is production and production manager in training and is currently orienting herself towards direction/assistant director.
While attending the new secondary school in Pöls, Lara began to take an interest in painting, mask making, photography and film in addition to her hip-hop dance group and her violin training, and thus managed to be admitted to the Ortweinschule in her desired branch of film and multimedia.
Coming from an exclusively technical family, she got to know the basics in her first year with great interest and in the course of projects she made first connections with classmates with whom she produced stop-motion films and other small projects.
In the second year she already started first internships, where she was responsible for the mask at “Mitternachtsblau”. The internationally award-winning radio play “schuldICH” was then the first major project in which she was responsible for direction and production assistance and was herself involved in the radio play as speaker for Ms. Enzenhofer.
She soon became aware of her organisational abilities and orientated herself towards production management. With the movies “Ich sehe was, was ich nicht seh” and “Kruzifix” she also took over your productions.
Mentally ill and party-happy. Timo has just finished a long therapy and he and his friends want to celebrate that. But is he really healed yet?
Together with his friends Emi, Alex, Sina and Niklas, Timo celebrates his discharge from the clinic in a mountain hut. But he is visibly uncomfortable and plagued by hallucinations. Do his friends really only want to celebrate or do they want to harm him? Nevertheless, Timo and Emi get closer during the party and disappear into the bedroom. Emi takes Timo’s necklace away and puts it on. Suddenly she sees things that are not there. In panic she attacks Timo. Only when Timo is put out of the fight and she takes the chain off again does she come to rest.
- Lara Rabitsch – Production, Set manager
- Julian Schmiederer – Director, Script
- Gregor Franz – Camera operator
- Johannes Rass – 1. AC
- Ines Handler – Director assistant
- Jona Schlingschwitz – On set sound
- Eliam Lauppert – Grip, Lighting
- Max Kollreider – Grip, Lighting
- Sarah Steinhäusler – Costume, Makeup
- Darius Petrovic – On set sound
- Lisa Rass – Behind the scenes
Mrs. Enzenhofer wakes up in the hospital – without memory. The police confronts her with strange questions. With each question she comes one step closer to her past.
When Mrs. Enzenhofer wakes up in the hospital, she can’t remember anything. Before she even understands why she is here, she is already bombarded with questions by a policeman. The doctor tries to explain that the questioning has no meaning, but the policeman wants to know everything about the woman. Gradually the gaps in her memory are closing. Frau Enzenhofer begins to understand who she is, where she is.
On the run after a jeweler’s robbery she was involved in an accident in which her partner in crime lost his life and she lost her memory. Only through the conversation between doctor and the policeman does she come back to her senses.
- Lara Rabitsch
- Julian Schmiederer
- Gregor Franz
- Johannes Rass