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Words are loaded with meaning. Certain ones conjure joyful memories and others remind us of less happy times.
For Nenda Neururer, the word 'oachkatzlschwoaf' invokes a range of emotions. The German word is very hard to pronounce and is synonymous with the Austrian state of Tyrol where locals tease outsiders by asking them to pronounce it.
Despite growing up in Tyrol, Nenda Neururer often felt like an outsider when confronted with this word. But when she moved to London she grew nostalgic for it and it became her little secret.
Found in Translation is a series made as part of the In The Mix project, in partnership with BBC Studios TalentWorks, Black Creators Matter and the Barbican.
Video by Nenda Neururer
Executive Producer: Paul I. Harris
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Curious World +13
That was very funny, very charming and, a bit melancholic. I love celebrating, or at least, trying to understand, other cultures; I don't understand the suspicions some people carry towards those who look, think, speak, or dress differently, though. How boring a world it would be, should everyone look, speak, etc., the same. And, you're very right: words are loaded with meaning - for good or bad. Thank you, BBC. Nicely done. :)4 месяца назад
The Guy in the Sky +1
Really cool video, Nenda! You are sending a powerful and important message and some of us back here in Tirol just love to see and hear it! Keep it up, be sure to enjoy the angry comments and greetings von den Kunstschneebedeckten :]2 месяца назад
Jonathan Byrd +3
Thanks for making art! Loved this approach to the video.4 месяца назад
Archie Crofton +9
This was batshit mental and I love it4 месяца назад
When I moved to NZ as a child I did not look like, sound like or behave like everyone else there. I could not “blend in” even when I tried although I was the same “color”. People instinctively and unconsciously look for similarities and differences as it’s a basic human survival skill buried deep in our brains. I could not fault anyone for noting my differences and reacting to that. It’s human nature. I learned to cope with the way I stuck out, suffered it’s indignities and at the same time came to love the people and place that is NZ. Decades later, despite the challenges there I very much miss NZ and am a person of two countries in my heart 🤍4 месяца назад
I also grew up in NZ. I share your sentiments4 месяца назад
Alex Multimodalpackrafting +1
Genial und dringend gebraucht, danke!Месяц назад
Great video! Coming from an mountain dwelling Austrian3 месяца назад
Common Sense +9
OMG, the little girl in the opening scene is beautiful!4 месяца назад
Someone check Hans hard drive… ffs 🤷🏻♂️🤦🏻♂️4 месяца назад
Christoph S +2
VEry well done!4 месяца назад
haha 🤣 geile g'schicht, nenda! ernsthaft: echt gut gemacht, thema perfekt rüber gebracht. und das auch noch mit bbc! respect.4 месяца назад
Nurmi Husa +2
Brilliant - ganz brilliant. Danke.4 месяца назад
I need to have my head checked after watching this crazy-ass video.4 месяца назад
Stephen Lane +2
Brilliant.4 месяца назад
I now understand, after days of listening "mixed feelings" by nenda that is the author of this video. Mmad4 месяца назад
Perfect4 месяца назад
The Poles: "hold my beer"4 месяца назад
I grew up as an immigrant in Austria and properly pronouncing it was considered a rite of passage. Not a particularly good one, as plenty of natives can’t properly pronounce it themselves. 😅4 месяца назад
Oh, that's easy in high german: Eichhörnchenschwanz. Oh, btw, great video!4 месяца назад
Bastian Rivero +5
This was weird asf4 месяца назад
"Eichhörnchenschweif" ist für Nicht-Deutsch Sprechende viel schwieriger auszusprechen als "Oachkatzlschwoaf".3 месяца назад
Baker Kawesa +1
If you think German is hard, try French.4 месяца назад
Suzana Mantovani Cerqueira
Why this video came with the word “FOREIGN” ?? What does it mean?3 месяца назад
Alvin Murry +1
Haha...danke3 месяца назад
In Afrika würden sie mich als Weißen wahrscheinlich auch fragen, woher ich komme. Ist doch ganz normal und verständlich.3 месяца назад
What did I just watch?4 месяца назад
Tchoupitoulas..... It murders tongues, Hello from Narleansa, or Chocolate City, You aren't really from New Orleans... oh guess got go back to Austria-Hungary oh wait....4 месяца назад
Stefan Nikola +1
Was it really about having dark skin making you suspect or was it just the fact that you didn't look Teutonic so they assumed you were an outsider with all of the normal suspicion attributed to outsiders?4 месяца назад
D:4 месяца назад
What was this supposed to be?4 месяца назад
The Humans All comes from " Mamma Afrika " Don't exist ' one race or that race ' , but ' The Human Race ! ' 🥰🌹4 месяца назад
rather boring4 месяца назад
Vanessa Hudler +4
This kind of Austria-bashing is unacceptable and far off from serious reporting.4 месяца назад
Never piss off tbe Austrians, people never learn. This is why history is important for god's sake.2 месяца назад
I didn't consider this Austria bashing. No country is immune to racism. Using humor to address/deal with serious topics isn't new. A modern example is the movie Jojo Rabbit. Austria is a beautiful country full of many fine people with a heart of kindness and compassion.3 месяца назад
Kilian Seibl +2
da fühlt sich wer angegriffen4 месяца назад