Born in Absurdistan Trailer

Born in Absurdistan Trailer (1999)

"Born in Absurdistan - Crazy Immigration Movie" 01 November 1999 Comedy 110 mins

It all begins with a mistake, an error with serious consequences: in a hospital the new-born babies of an Austrian couple and a Turkish family of immigrant workers are mixed up and go home with the wrong parents. By the time the mistake comes to light, it emerges that the Turkish family, including the baby, has been deported. The despairing Austrian couple begins a confusing odyssey through Turkey in order to track down the unsuspecting family to their native village. But they are not at all convinced that the babies have been mixed up. It is decided that the only way to know for sure is to have a blood test done. It is decided that the blood work is done in Vienna due to the better medical resources, but that will be far from simple. It will involve an illegal smuggling of the Turks across the Austrian border.

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Cast

Karl Markovics

as Stefan Strohmayer

Julia Stemberger

as Marion Strohmayer

Meltem Cumbul

as Emine Dönmez

Ahmet Ugurlu

as Emre Dönmez

Wolfgang Böck

as Herr Fuhrmann

Josef Hader

as LKW-Fahrer

Robert Hunger-Bühler

as Innenminister

International Releases Dates

Austria 01 November 1999

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