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Robert van Ackeren

Die Venusfalle (The Venus Trap)

107' - 1988 - Drama, Comedy, Romance - Dialogue: German
Director: Robert van Ackeren Composer: Peer Raben With: Myriem Roussel, Horst Günter Marx, Sonja Kirchberger
30-year-old Max works as an emergency doctor in a Berlin hospital. He has been in love with the attractive Coco for a long time, with whom he shares a well-kept apartment. Coco jealously defends the relationship, while Max feels restricted in his freedom. One day Max dials the wrong number and falls in love with a voice on the other end of the phone that says only one word: "Hello". On nightly forays through the city, Max looks for the woman who owns the voice and hopes to escape the close proximity of Coco. In a billiard salon he finally meets Marie, who is accompanied by her partner Kurt. Shortly afterwards, Marie and Max are involved in a car accident that causes them to hug each other and make love in the rain on the street. When Max and Coco later have a party, Marie and Kurt are guests at the door. As a result, Max and Marie try to couple their respective partners together.

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Credits

Director

Robert van Ackeren

Composer

Peer Raben

With

Myriem Roussel, Horst Günter Marx, Sonja Kirchberger

Scenario

Robert van Ackeren, Catharina Zwerenz

Director of Photography

Jürgen Jürges

Editor

Tanja Schmidbauer

Producer

Theo Hinz

More information

Dialogue

German

Countries of production

West Germany

Year

1988

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