Paris...at the turn of the century. Inspector Vidocq investigates a series of unexplained murders at a Grand Guignol-type theatre...where the players have suddenly become real-life victims. Based on the story by Edgar Allan Poe.
Helmut, a war orphan, is charged with theft at the time of the Berlin Airlift and faces a jail sentence of up to six years behind bars. The unfairness raises the anger of numerous people who decide to fight it.
The lawyer Martini starts looking for his young daughter who has been missing for some time. With the help of Irene, one of the girl's best friends, the man comes into contact with a world composed of unscrupulous people.
A demobilized centurion returns home to Pompeii to find his father murdered by a gang of black-hooded Christian robbers that terrorizes the city and he decides to investigate the matter while the nearby volcano threatens to erupt.
After her husband's death, young Elisabeth Teky struggles to keep her wineyard in Langenlois, a city in Lower Austria, alive. Thus, her caretaker, Korbinian Grammelshuber, aims for an ... See full summary »
12-year-old sensitive Evi Kramer suffers when her writer-father Erik and her acting mother Nora want to get divorced. When Nora Kramer accepts a movie role against her husband's wish, Erik ... See full summary »
This trashy, lurid, often unbearable cloying story nevertheless was a huge commercial hit thanks to the luminous performance of Christine Kaufmann.
Already a beauty at this tender age she played the much-troubled heroine with burning eagerness, tempered with sweet, fragile charm. Critics loved her dearly and for a short while she was second only to Romy Schneider in the popularity polls.
'Rosenresli' is a prime example of the shrill melodramas that made millions at the box-office during the 50's but on the long run ruined the German film industry.
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