Cinema: Suot tschêl blau
In the 1980s and 1990s, the breathtaking landscape of the Upper Engadine was the scene of a tragedy that has been taboo to this day. Inspired by the Zurich riots, the young people resisted the traditional rules of society. The village square of Samedan becomes the meeting place of Engadine youth culture. But with the joint music-making and smoking weed, heroin also penetrates into the lives of the young people. Drug addiction and the death of one's own children are a shock to the whole region. Powerlessness and recriminations divide the village community. A reappraisal never takes place. In the presence of director Ivo Zen
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