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David Strempel David Strempel ... Zischke
Amira Ghazalla ... Tamina
Michael Altmann Michael Altmann ... Hanke
Heinz-Werner Kraehkamp Heinz-Werner Kraehkamp ... 1. Beamter der Ausländerpolizei
Dominik Bender Dominik Bender ... 2. Beamter der Ausländerpolizei
Youssef El Sidani Youssef El Sidani ... Youssef
Amado Meaini Amado Meaini ... Sami
Darja Lingerberg Darja Lingerberg ... Fanny
Knut Rauter Knut Rauter ... Pacman
Ilona Lewanowski Ilona Lewanowski ... Junge Prostituierte
Gytta Schubert Gytta Schubert ... Margit
Peter Kern Peter Kern ... Regisseur
Gerd Wameling Gerd Wameling ... Vernehmungsbeamter
Fakri Nasraha Fakri Nasraha ... Abu Chakib
Ricci Mainz Ricci Mainz ... Zuhälter
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Country:

West Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

27 November 1986 (West Germany) See more »

Filming Locations:

West Berlin, Berlin, Germany

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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the divided city
17 January 2011 | by mjneu59See all my reviews

The large cast of characters in this lively German feature provides a rough cross-section of a malcontent society in transit: corrupt policemen, cynical young prostitutes, illegal Lebanese aliens, delinquent runaway children, and Zischke himself: a sullen but self-reliant teenage cartoonist abandoned by his mother when she follows her American GI boyfriend back to the land of milk and honey across the Atlantic. Is it any wonder that a city with such a chronic identity problem as pre-unification Berlin would be inhabited by a shifting population of rootless, restless souls? Everyone here is vaguely dissatisfied and desperate for some way (any way) out, which soon arrives in the coveted form of two forged passports. The production benefits from some youthful enthusiasm on both sides of the camera, but there isn't much substance behind all the attractive black and white photography. And the script is fatally overwritten, introducing so many peripheral subplots that the final resolution can't help but seem anticlimactic.


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