|Directed by||Sebastian Schipper|
|Produced by||Stefan Arndt
|Written by||Sebastian Schipper|
Antoine Monot, Jr.
Guido A. Schick
Barbara De Koy
|Music by||The Notwist, Sophia and others|
|Editing by||Andrew Bird|
|Distributed by||X-Filme Creative Pool|
|Release dates||1999 (Germany)|
|Running time||80 min.|
Absolute Giganten is a 1999 German language film written and directed by Sebastian Schipper, produced by Stefan Arndt and Tom Tykwer. Set in Hamburg, it depicts how a group of young Germans react to the prospect of one of them leaving for ever, and involves drink, V8 engines, and an extraordinary game of table-football.
It was Schipper's first movie as a director. In the year 2000 the movie won the German Film Award in the category Outstanding Feature Film.
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