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::: SHOOTING STARS :::

DANIEL BRUEHL in GOOD BYE, LENIN!

:: DETAILS

Paese/Country:
Germania / Germany
Lingue/Languages:
Tedesco, inglese, spagnolo, francese / German, English, Spanish, French
Agenzia/Agency:
Players
Katja Szigat
Sophienstrasse 21
10178 Berlin, Germany
Tel.: +49 30 28 51 680
Fax: +49 30 28 51 680
E-mail: mail@players.de
Web: www.players.de
In associazione con/ Associated with:
Export-Union of German
Cinema


Reg./Dir.:
Wolfgang Becker
Sogg./Story& Scen./Script:
Wolfgang Becker
Bernd Lichtenberg
Fot./Phot.:
Martin Kukula
Mont./Ed.:
Peter R. Adam
Mus.:
Yann Tiersen
Cos.:
Aenne Plaumann
Int./Cast:
Daniel Brühl (Alex)
Katrin Saß (Christiane Kerner)
Maria Simon (Ariane)
Chulpan Khamatova (Lara)
Florian Lukas (Denis)
Prod.:
Stefan Arndt
Orig.:
Germania / Germany 2002
121' / v.o. tedesco / 35 mm


:: PLOT

East Germany, the year 1989: A young man protests against the regime. His mother watches the police arresting him and suffers a heart attack and falls into a coma. Some months later, the GDR does not exist anymore and the mother awakes. Since she has to avoid every excitement, the son tries to set up the GDR again for her in their flat. But the world has changed a lot...

:: BIOGRAHY

Daniel Bruehl, son of director Hanno Bruehl, was born in 1978. His first television role was in Svens Geheimnis in 1993, when he was only 15 years old. Following this debut, he was cast in many TV movies, including Der Pakt, Hin und Weg (under the direction of his father) and Ein Mörderischer Plan, as well as in TV series including Soko 5113, Polizeiruf 110 and Tatort. In 1998, he had his first lead role in a feature film, opposite Franka Potente in Schlaraffenland. 2001/2002 was a breakthrough year for Daniel - he won the Max-Ophüls Prize for Das Weiße Rauschen and has received both, the Deutschen Filmpreis and the Bavarian Film Award, for his work in Vaya con Dios and Nichts Bereuen. He also had featured roles in Honolulu and Schule. His most recent work, Good Bye, Lenin! has premiered in February.

 

 

  

:: FILMOGRAPHY

FILM SELEZIONATI
Selected films

1998
Schlaraffenland, di Friedmann Fromm
2001
Nichts Bereuen, di Benjamin Quabeck
Das Weisse Rauschen, di Hans Weingärtner
2002
Good Bye, Lenin!, di Wolfgang Becker
Vaya con Dios, di Zoltan Spirandelli
2002/2003
Die Liebe in Gedanken (in post-production), di Achim von Borries


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