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    My Lover's Kimono

    This episode includes:

    Kimono by Maurice Hubner
    Other Lives by Eirik Tveiten


    Kimono
    Australia
    Looking for something to eat, a homeless woman sneaks into a man's apartment. She likes it so much she decides to secretly live there. A story about two lonely strangers with an even stranger relationship. Directed by Maurice Hubner. Principal cast: Hannah Binder and Helge Gutbrod.
    - Watch the trailer, below.
    - Visit the filmmaker's website at maurice-huebner.com.
    - See the film's IMDb entry at imdb.com.

    Other Lives
    Norway
    Two apartments. Same floors. Directly opposite from one another across the alley. In one lives an older couple stuck in a routine. In the other, a young couple at the beginning of their lives together. They both watch each other's relationships unfold from their kitchen windows, longing to switch places. The grass always looks greener on the other side. Directed by Eirik Tveiten. Principal cast: Anneke von der Lippe, Julia Bache-Wiig, Daniel Gjerde and Lars Sorbo.
    - Watch the trailer at filmarkivet.no.
    - See the film's IMDb entry at imdb.com.

    Watch a trailer for Kimono:

    [Original air date: Sat, Jun 28, 2014]

    This program is not currently scheduled for broadcast.



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