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The Moselle - A Journey From the Mouth to the Bout
Year: 2013
Run-Time: 3 x 45 min.

Directed by Klaus Kastenholz and Thomas Radler

A co-production by ZDF/ARTE and ThoRa Film
Available Winter 2013 - worldwide except for Germany and France

Languages: German (ORIGINAL) , English (VOICE-OVER) , French (VOICE-OVER)

The Moselle - A Journey From the Mouth to the Bout

Die Mosel - Von der Quelle bis zur Mündung

Flowing through the green heart of Europe, the Moselle arises in the Vosges Mountains as a small mountain stream. On its way down the Lorraine valley "la Moselle" grows fast and winds its way through some of the most beautiful and historically significant sceneries of all Central Europe. After 544 kilometres through France, Luxembourg and Germany the Moselle eventually flows into the Rhine. All the way down the river there are places full of longing and romance: Medieval Castles, picturesque villages and, of course, world-class vineyards - already the Romans cultivated the first grapes in the region. Even kiwis, oleanders and figs grow on the sunny Moselle shores. The documentary series combines stunning aerial photography with lively told stories of the people living alongside the river banks and it discovers the river running through the European heartlands in a completely fresh and new way.
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