Hate is in their mother's milk, empathy is secondary, and the nation is above everything. What is it like to be born and grow up in a right-wing extremist family?
Unnoticed by the majority society, a problem is bubbling up that is more topical than ever in view of the right-wing violence of recent times: children who grow up in an environment hostile to democracy and are brought up according to dogmatic principles of right-wing extremist ideology.
Using Elsa as an example, Mohammad Farokhmanesh and Frank Geiger (both co-producers of Tehran Tabu) tell what becomes of a child raised to believe in "For Führer, People and Fatherland!".
"Impressive and disturbing" (NDR Kulturjournal).
"A smart, tender, sad and very important film" (artechock.de)