2D/3D Animation, Drama

directed by:
Ron Segal and David Nasser ("I Lost My Body")
written by:
Ron Segal
based on:
The novel "Adin" (Jeder Tag wie heute, Wallstein 2014) by Ron Segal
Germany, France, Luxembourg
running time:
85 mins.
Financing, Visual Development


Haunted by the recent inexplicable suicide of his wife Bella, renowned Israeli writer and Holocaust survivor Adam Schumacher decides to put Bella’s story in writing and publish it as his final novel. As he is confronted with the onset of dementia, Adam reluctantly reaches out to Max Vérité, Bella’s old lover. Together the writer and his once publisher set out on a journey through their conflicting memories of Bella as they try to breathe life into her story, with all its beauty and pain.


Produced by:
Esther Friedrich, Alexander Weimer
Sébastien Onomo ("Waltz With Bashir", "Funan"), Paul Thiltges & Adrien Chef ("The Congress")
Animation Director:
David Nasser ("I Lost My Body")
With funding from:
MDM Mitteldeutsche Medienförderung,CNC Centre national du cinéma et de l’image animée,BKM German Federal Commissioner for Culture and Media,Grande Région EST
Developed with support of:
eQuinoxe Europe, International Screenwriters Workshop & Master Classes, a training initiative of the Creative Europe MEDIA Subprogramme of the European Union

Concept Artwork