Bomber (2009 film)
Director Paul Cotter
Music director Stephen Coates
Country United Kingdom
Genre Comedy, Drama
Screenplay Paul Cotter
Writer Paul Cotter
|Release date March 14, 2009 (2009-03-14) (SXSW)|
Cast Shane Taylor (Ross), Eileen Nicholas (Valerie), Ulrike Arndt (Tourist Information Manager), Michael Asmussen (Policeman), Emil Austermann (Weert), Waltraud Bredfeldt (Old Lady)
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Bomber is a 2009 British comedy-drama film directed and written by Paul Cotter about an 83-year-old man returning to Germany for a long planned journey of atonement.
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Shane Taylor, Benjamin Whitrow, and Eileen Nicholas star in Paul Cotter's bittersweet comedy about an old man who goes back to Germany to apologise to a village he accidentally bombed during the war.
Lovelorn art school graduate Ross is still down in the dumps when his eighty-three-year-old father announces plans for a family road trip to Germany. Back in the war, Ross's father accidentally bombed a small German town and he's regretted the mistake ever since. He's determined to make amends but getting to Germany won't be easy, because it's been years since father and son have exchanged a kind word. Along the way, father and son both learn some important lessons that will help them to be better, more compassionate people in the future.
Awards and Reception
Bomber premiered at the 2009 SXSW (South by Southwest) Film Festival in the Narrative Competition. The film subsequently appeared at film festivals across the world including Filmfest München, Torino, Raindance, Mill Valley and Gothenburg. Along the way, Bomber picked up the following awards:
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