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ANGEL EXPRESS - DIRECTOR'S CUT

by RP Kahl

synopsis

A film about people restlessly seeking the ultimate experience. Set in late 90s Berlin, it shows images of radical change: young urban heroes in the glare of flashing lights; an environment in which coldness and affection or lust for power and friendship go hand in hand. Characters like the hooker Liv, or the top photographer Iris von Than with her cool and calculating manner and a tendency to go too far, zig-zag like pinballs through the neon jungle on an aimless search for their identity and social contact.

original title: Angel Express - Director's cut
country: Germany
sales agent: Jinga Films
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: RP Kahl
film run: 76'
screenplay: RP Kahl
cast: Chris Hohenester, Wilfried Hochholdinger, Ulrike Panse, RP Kahl, Dave Allert, Laura Tonke, Eva Habermann, Doreen Jacobi, Ruben Hübchen
cinematography by: Soenke Hansen
producer: Luggi Waldleitner, RP Kahl
production: ERDBEERMUNDfilm, Roxy Film, Independent Partners Film
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