Germany’s THE NOTWIST compose the soundtrack to Sturm (2009), the motion-picture by HANS-CHRISTIAN SCHMID. The plot: Hannah Maynard, a prosecutor at the Tribunal in The Hague, manages to convince a young Bosnian woman to testify against an alleged war criminal. Amidst the inconsistency of political interests and threats coming from Bosnian Serb nationalists, she realizes that her opponents not only sit on the dock across from her, but are also found in her own ranks. For Sturm, The Notwist composed a soundtrack that creates a hypnotic, unreal ambiance with bowed xylophone, alienated glockenspiel, orchestra accordion and minimal electronics. All music composed and played by The Notwist, except “Vilina Kosa Version,” composed by DANIEL GLATZEL and The Notwist, played by ANDROMEDA MEGA EXPRESS ORCHESTRA and The Notwist. Silkscreen print cover, with a 24-page 21×21 cm photo booklet.