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Zwischen gestern und morgen (1947)

A group of people gathers back in the post-war ruins of a luxurious Munich hotel they inhabited at one point or another years before; each trying to cope with the tragic consequences of the war and their own actions.

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Das Mädchen Kat
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Annette Rodenwald
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Nelly Dreifuss
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Alexander Corty
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Michael Rott
Viktor Staal ...
Rolf Ebeling
Carsta Löck ...
Frau Gertie
Adolf Gondrell ...
Dr. Weber
Walter Kiaulehn ...
Intendant Kesser
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Professor von Walther
Erhard Siedel ...
Herr Hummel
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Ministerialdirektor Trunk
Alfons Kiechle
Rudolf Vogel
Axel Scholtz
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A group of people gathers back in the post-war ruins of a luxurious Munich hotel they inhabited at one point or another years before; each trying to cope with the tragic consequences of the war and their own actions.

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Drama | Romance | War

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30 May 1949 (Sweden)  »

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Between Yesterday and Tomorrow  »

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Trivia

Sybille Schmitz, who was accused of consorting with the Nazis, ironically here portrays a Jewish woman victimized by the gestapo. See more »

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When Nelly is escorted by the Gestapo from her hotel room, a boom microphone briefly appears from behind the doorway. See more »

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References Hotel Sacher (1939) See more »

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Sag's heute und sag's morgen
Music by Werner Eisbrenner
Lyrics by Bruno Balz
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A war-time "Grand Hotel" in Nazi Germany
31 July 2002 | by (Paris) – See all my reviews

Unexpectedly sensitive movie, structured in a series of flashbacks from different points-of-view, about the destinies of a series of residents of a large hotel in Nazi Germany and immediately after 1945. This is much less romantic than what Hollywood would have produced on the same subject, but the character of Nelly, the Jewish actress who's had to divorce her stage star non-Jewish husband, is extremely well-drawn and memorable in her dignity abd elegance. Well-worth seeing. Why did German cinema vanish soon after this movie was made? What became of good directors like Braun?


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