Der letzte Coiffeur vor der Wettsteinbrücke

At the age of 81, Charly Hottiger – known in Basel as the «Kischtli barber» – is one of the oldest barbers still working in Switzerland. In the 50s and 60s orphans were sent to him to have their hair cut because his shop is located in the near vicinity of the public orphanage, which is called «Kischtli». Today, many of the «former residents» still pay him a visit, as do sports colleagues,

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At the age of 81, Charly Hottiger – known in Basel as the «Kischtli barber» – is one of the oldest barbers still working in Switzerland. In the 50s and 60s orphans were sent to him to have their hair cut because his shop is located in the near vicinity of the public orphanage, which is called «Kischtli». Today, many of the «former residents» still pay him a visit, as do sports colleagues, neighbours and friends. Despite his age, Charly still works from Wednesdays to Saturdays and, often without a lunch break, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. to compensate his meagre pension. His shop in Kleinbasel is host to many eventful visits. Charly's barbershop is a meeting place.
FormatPal
SupportDVD
Ratio4/3
SubtitlesFrench, German, Italian, English
LanguagesSwiss-german
DirectorChristian Jamin, Jacqueline Falk
BonusWith
Runing time60
Production year2003
ProductionVerein Filmkunst
Media number1
Original titleDer letzte Coiffeur vor der Wettsteinbrücke

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Der letzte Coiffeur vor der Wettsteinbrücke

Der letzte Coiffeur vor der Wettsteinbrücke

At the age of 81, Charly Hottiger – known in Basel as the «Kischtli barber» – is one of the oldest barbers still working in Switzerland. In the 50s and 60s orphans were sent to him to have their hair cut because his shop is located in the near vicinity of the public orphanage, which is called «Kischtli». Today, many of the «former residents» still pay him a visit, as do sports colleagues,

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