This is the story of the men and women at the time of the German attack on Russia in 1941. A small, lost unit of German soldiers is looking forshelter in a remote, snowy small village in the Ukraine. They got separated from their company during battle and now they are deep within enemy territory cut off from the German troops. The soldiers have to make a stop in the village in order to get provisions and transport so that they can join their troops again – maybe a very dangerous thing to do. HEAR THE SILENCE is a parable about the loss of innocence during times of war that results in brutal preventive actions. People get trapped in an unstoppable circle of violence.

Subtitled; Intended for mature audiences (contains scenes of violence, adult language & themes)

Director: Ed Ehrenberg

Born of a theatrical family in Hamburg he was raised in the public theaters of Essen, before he began in Munich at the Bavaria Film Studios his career as a production driver in 1990 and quickly became a set/unit manager, editor, assistant director and finally producer and director for television programs. In 2001 he moved to Berlin, and parallel to his job as a director he taught classes for Camera Acting. In 2012 Ed Ehrenberg founded as one of three partners the production company Monoloco Films in order to create own projects. On behalf of Monoloco Films he implemented as a director, coauthor and producer at the foot of the Carpathian Mountains in cooperation with the Munich Film Academy and Red Zone Pictures the movie HÖRE DIE STILLE (HEAR THE SILENCE).