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Alphamann: Die Selbstmörderin (1999)

Arms trader Claus Hübner is respected by staff and boss. Nobody suspects he keeps escaped juvenile inmate Nadja in servitude in his home cellar. She escapes, but Hübner chases her to a ... See full summary »

Director:

Thomas Jauch

Writer:

Fred Breinersdorfer (as W. Anders)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Hannes Jaenicke ... Tom Lescheck
Renée Soutendijk ... Jessica van der Laan
Michael Trischan Michael Trischan ... Dr. Richard Rosenzweig
André Hennicke ... Karl-Heinz Zöllner
Tatjana Blacher Tatjana Blacher ... Laura Hills
Paul Faßnacht Paul Faßnacht ... Claus Hübner
Anica Dobra ... Nadja
Klaus-Jürgen Steinmann Klaus-Jürgen Steinmann ... Betrunkener Autofahrer (as Klaus J. Steinmann)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alexander Hauff Alexander Hauff ... Herr Kimmich
Reiner Heise Reiner Heise ... Bernd
Judith Klein Judith Klein ... Verkäuferin
Adele Neuhauser Adele Neuhauser ... Frau Rosenzweig
Sven Riemann Sven Riemann ... Polizeitechniker
Frank Zimmermann Frank Zimmermann ... Polizist Mayer
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Arms trader Claus Hübner is respected by staff and boss. Nobody suspects he keeps escaped juvenile inmate Nadja in servitude in his home cellar. She escapes, but Hübner chases her to a building from which she threatens to jump. Alerted by a passerby, SWAT captain Rosenzweig appeals to Tom Leschek and Jessica van der Laan. Hidden, Hübner watches as Tom prevents her jumping, but soon catches her to be locked up again, only to have his corpse discovered soon after. She's on the run, and takes him, later both psychologists, hostage. While her traumatic past is linked to her dangerous lunacy, she forces Tom at gunpoint to drive a stolen police car towards Poland, without a mid-term plan. Written by KGF Vissers

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Crime

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

15 October 1999 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Alfamann: Az öngyilkos lány See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Follows Alphamann: Amok (1999) See more »

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Über lame.
5 September 2003 | by Boba_Fett1138See all my reviews

Yet another example of bad German television/cinema.

The characters are actually pretty good it's just the ridiculous story that makes this TV movie really bad. It's just too silly for words and some of the plot lines and events are simply laughable.

Anica Dobra is a horrible, horrible actress. Sometimes she's very annoying and irritating and she runs and moves like she is Catwoman with as a result some laughable scene's that were not intended to be funny. On the other hand, Hannes Jaenicke, Michael Trischan and André Hennicke give some nice performances.

Still there are some nice scene's that save the movie from being a complete disaster. And believe it or not there are actually some funny moments and dialog. Also there are some nice action scene's. For some reason Germans are very good at making action sequences, all they need now are some good script writers.

There are some good German series/movies from the many many series and movies they create, but this is most definitely not one of them.

4/10

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