Don’t Look at Me That Way



88 minutes
Hedi is the new neighbor of Iva, who raises her daughter Sophia by herself. The two women start a love relationship and Iva is desperately in love. Suddenly Iva’s father appears, to whom Hedi feels strongly attached. It seems that only one world exists for Hedi: her own. Themes of femininity, identity, sexuality, and adulthood all courageously collide in this German-Mongolian love drama.


Uisenma Borchu


Julian Anselmino, Alexander Fritzemeyer, Martin Kosok


Anne-Marie Weisz, Josef Bierbichler, Catrina Stemmer, Uisenma Borchu


German, Mongolian

Awards & Festivals:

Bavarian Film Prize, Best New Direction; Best Film, Filmkunsttage Sachsen-Anhalt; FIPRESCI Award, Munich; Most Promising Talent Award, Osaka; Special Mention, Tarragona