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1. My father's tango (I. Spaargaren) 04:09
2. Raphael's mother goes to the market (I. Spaargaren) 02:51
3. War theme (G.Celano) 03:40
4. Lili Marleen (N.Schultze & H.Leip) 02:20
5. The Bridge (G.Celano) 02:31
6. Raphael's girlfriend (I. Spaargaren) 01:57
7. The clown (G.Celano) 02:55
8. The fight (G.Celano) 03:20
9. At the kindergarten (I. Spaargaren, G.Celano)) 04:13
10. Waltz for Hermann (I. Spaargaren) 03:49
Storytellers Raphael Rodan and Sahand Sahebdivani are close friends who come from enemy countries, Iran and Israel. In My Father Held a Gun they decide to confront their past, being the sons of men who lived through wars and revolutions. Do they measure up to the examples that were set by their ancestors?
They realise that if life had taken a slightly different direction, their fathers would have been aiming their guns at each other. How will this realisation effect their friendship?
Raphael and Sahand they are joined on stage by musical wizards Iman Spaargaren and Guillermo Celano.
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