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Oskar Roehler

Die Unberührbare (No Place To Go)

Edition 2000
110' - 2000 - Drama - Dialogue: German
Director: Oskar Roehler Composer: Martin Todsharow With: Hannelore Elsner, Vadim Glowna, Tonio Arango
‘Die Unberührbare’ is the fascinating portrait of middle-aged writer Hanna Flanders, who lives in a posh Munich apartment and hangs on to the faded fame she earned many years ago. Abuse of prescribed drugs, make-up and flamboyant wigs can no longer cover up the pains of the eccentric woman’s lonely life. In autumn 1989, Hanna is shattered by the fall of the Berlin Wall. Although a reunited Germany represents the end of an ideal for her, Hanna decides to seek out a new beginning herself – renew her career, solve her money problems, rekindle an old romance. Hanna sells everything she owns and sets out for Berlin, not even sure where she’ll live...

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Credits

Director

Oskar Roehler

Composer

Martin Todsharow

With

Hannelore Elsner, Vadim Glowna, Tonio Arango

Scenario

Oskar Roehler

Director of Photography

Hagen Bogdanski

Editor

Isabel Meier

Producer

Käte Caspar, Ulrich Caspar, Sibylle Hubatschek-Rahn

More information

Dialogue

German

Countries of production

Germany

Year

2000

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