Soldate Jeannette is the story of two different women mutually attracted by their opposite worlds: the middle-aged, rich Fanni has had enough of money and starts working in a farm, while Anna, another employee of the farm, has had enough of pigs and dreams about the comforts of urban living. Tiger Award-winner at 2013 Rotterdam Film Festival, Soldate Jeannette is a bright, experimental film about the funny contradictions of modern times.
- 2013, 80MIN, Fiction
- DIRECTOR: Daniel Hoesl
- CAMERA: Gerald Kerkletz
- EDITOR: Natalie Schwager
- SCRIPT: Daniel Hoesl
- SOUND: Klaus Kellermann
- ACTORS: Johanna Orsini-Rosenberg, Christina Reichsthaler, Josef Kleindienst
Daniel Hoesl (1982, Austria) started working in ﬁlm industry with directors such as Ulrich Seidl, Benjamin Heisenberg, Natalie Borgers and Michael Glawogger; he founded “A European Film Conspiracy” to produce films in a no-budget collective style. He's best known for his controversial interpretation of Franz Schubert's Winterjourney.