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    From the Mouths of Babes

    The Runaway
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    On his way to an important meeting, Walter bumps into a child he has never seen before. 6 year old Yuri insists on Walter taking him to school ... and keeps calling him daddy. In an attempt to clear up the confusion and to get rid of the little nuisance, Walter starts a search for Yuri's mother with surprising results. Ulrike Grote directed this Student Academy Award winning film. Principal cast: Peter Jordan, Maximilian Werner and Monica Bleibtreu.
    To read an interview with the filmmaker visit german-films.de.

    Little Girl Waiting
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    Eight year old Angelica wanders around the airport looking for her parents. She corners Carlos and Ana, two strangers who have never met before, and tells them they are her parents. They both have planes to catch and don't know what to make of this strange little girl. This is writer/director Esteban Reyes first film. Principal cast: Maria Fernanda Urdapilleta, Juan Rios, Julio Casado and Ximena Rubio.

    [Original air date: Sun, Jul 05, 2009]

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