Breaking The Ice

Tribeca IFF
Official Selection
Max Ophüls Awards
Best Script + Youth Jury Prize
Best Socially Relevant Film

Breaking The Ice

A Film by Clara Stern

2022 - Austria - Drama/Sport - 2.39 - 101 min.

with Alina Schaller , Judith Altenberger , Tobias Resch , Pia Hierzegger & Wolfgang Böck

Language: German
Produced by Michael Kitzberger

Mira, in her early 20s, escapes from the pressure of running her family’s vineyard by playing ice hockey. When new player Theresa joins the team, she challenges Mira’s rigid worldview, leading to life-changing nights on the streets of Vienna.

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Tribeca IFF
Official Selection
Max Ophüls Awards
Best Script + Youth Jury Prize
Best Socially Relevant Film
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