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Sergeant Pepper

Original title: Sergeant Pepper
German title: Sergeant Pepper
Germany, 2004

Director: Nettelbeck, Sandra
Production company: MTM Media & Television, Munich
Co-producers: Constantin, Bavaria (both Munich), Sgt. Pepper (London), Mikado (Milano)
Age recommendation: 6 years and up

Felix is a rather odd six-year-old, who, much to his mother’s dismay, spends his time wearing a tiger costume and talking to his furry toys. One day Felix meets Sergeant Pepper, a solitary dog that has inherited its master’s villa and wealth. Sergeant Pepper is in mortal danger, for the dead man’s avaricious daughter, Corinna von Gordenthal, is furious at being shunned in her father’s will and wants to get rid of the dog. Felix and Sergeant Pepper hit it off straight away. Against the better judgment of Felix’ father Johnny, an unsuccessful inventor, the family lets the dog stay with them for a while. Felix is the happiest boy on earth. For the first time, he has a real friend. But his happiness is short-lived: Corinna von Gordenthal is hell-bent on finding Pepper and eventually manages to kidnap him. Felix and his sister Felicia launch an adventurous mission to save him - and put themselves in great danger. (Source: Nordic Filmdays Lübeck 2004)

Lübeck 2004, Antwerp/Brugge 2005 (awarded), Golden Sparrow Gera/Erfurt 2005, Poznan 2005, Zlin 2005, Tel Aviv 2005, Oulu 2005, London 2005, Cinemagic Belfast 2005, Sprockets Toronto 2011

Website: www.pepper.film.de

World sales address/es:
Bavaria Media International (DE)

Sold to:
Constantin (DE)
Mikado Film (I)
Bundesverband Jugend und Film (DE)
Cinemien (BE)
Cinemien (NL)