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NO PLACE TO GO

by Oskar Roehler

synopsis

Hanna lives in a posh Munich apartment and desperately hangs on to the faded fame she earned as a controversial left-wing writer many years ago. In autumn 1989, Hanna is shattered by the fall of the Berlin Wall: a reunited Germany represents the end of an ideal for her. She decides then to seek out a new beginning herself…

international title: No Place to Go
original title: Die Unberührbare
country: Germany
sales agent: Global Screen GmbH (a brand of Telepool GmbH)
year: 2000
genre: fiction
directed by: Oskar Roehler
film run: 110'
release date: DE 20/04/2000, AT 15/09/2000, UK 15/06/2001, FR 19/09/2001, NL 08/11/2001, SE 11/01/2002, IT 18/10/2002
screenplay: Oskar Roehler
cast: Hannelore Elsner, Vadim Glowna, Jasmin Tabatabai, Michael Gwisdek, Nina Petri, Tonio Aranga
cinematography by: Hagen Bogdanski
film editing: Isabel Meier
art director: Birgit Kniep
costumes designer: Tabea Braun
music: Martin Todsharow
producer: Käte Ehrmann, Ulrich Caspar
production: Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (ZDF), Distant Dreams Filmproduktion
backing: FilmFernsehFonds Bayern
distributor: Advanced Film-Verleih, Les Films du Paradoxe, Polyfilm Verleih, Filmmuseum Distributie, Novemberfilm, Key Films
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