Private Project

LABSAL

Adam's ideal of Eden shapes it to become increasingly exclusive, as Eva’s search for another paradise leads her to Lilith - and finally to herself.

  • Sarang Myeong
    Director
  • Sarang Myeong
    Writer
  • Vanessa Rinösl
    Producer
  • Dana Herfurth
    Key Cast
    "Eva"
  • Karl Seibt
    Key Cast
    "Adam"
  • Sarang Myeong
    Key Cast
    "Lilith"
  • Sylvana Seddig
    Key Cast
    "Nahum"
  • Jacob Bestgen
    DOP
  • Patrick Gasda
    Sound
  • Amélie Richter
    Editing
  • Aisha Muthesius
    Scenography
  • Clara Dimanski
    Costume
  • Azade Asya Çakmak
    Costume
  • Lilja Schreiber
    HMU
  • Felix Bennet Winter
    Score
  • Ilja Gussarov
    Score
  • Kyprian Rainey
    Score
  • Darius Shahidifar
    Score
  • Nicolai Otteni
    Production Manager
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    LABSAL
  • Project Type:
    Short, Student
  • Genres:
    Fantasy, Coming-of-age
  • Runtime:
    28 minutes
  • Country of Origin:
    Germany
  • Country of Filming:
    Germany
  • Language:
    German
  • Shooting Format:
    Digital
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    No
  • Student Project:
    Yes - Filmuniversity Babelsberg
Director Biography - Sarang Myeong

Sarang Myeong was born in Seoul, South Korea and schooled in Korea, Germany, Austria and Singapore. By the age of 15, she became a member of a K-pop group and has since been exploring underrepresented perspectives, questioning some of the proposed norms and values in popular media. She went to university in Munich and London, and has worked in advertising. She is currently based in Berlin, Germany, studying directing at the Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF.

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Director Statement

The tale of Adam and Eve is one of the oldest, most widely spread stories. That's why it presents an intriguing opportunity to explore subconsciously internalized ideas of the world. What makes paradise? What powers does sexuality hold? What are current limitations in society? I believe that fluidity is the key to create new ways of living outside of old, constricting patterns - ways of living that allow for an open mind led by the freedom to feel. At its core I am guided by the question: What is our time’s meaning of love?