Moritz (22) follows his boyfriend Jonas to Berlin, only to be abandoned by him within a few weeks. He finds security with the older Noah for some time but then moves on. He changes his looks and dives into the city’s vibrating techno world. He learns to express his repressed desires but also starts to lose himself in drugs and emotional alienation. With the help of his queer friends, Moritz develops his ideas of sexuality and masculinity, leading him a little closer to himself.
After his film directing studies at the self-organized school filmArche in Berlin, Hannes Hirsch studied at the University of Fine Arts in Berlin in Thomas Arslan’s class and graduated in 2020. His medium-length film Beach Boy was screened at international festivals, including Max Ophül Preis and Achtung Berlin, where it won the award for best medium-length film. With Diemo Kemmesies he founded the production company Milieufilm in 2009. Hannes Hirsch is also the inventor and developer of the shooting schedule software Fuzzlecheck.