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VENUS TALKING

by Rudolf Thome

synopsis

Venus, a writer in her early forties, takes a break from her everyday family life in the country - her publisher offers her a super modern studio with a view of the Spree River in Berlin as a refuge, where she starts writing her next novel, which is supposed to become a best-seller. On one of her nightly jaunts in the big city, she meets Fabrizio...

original title: VENUS TALKING
country: Germany
sales agent: Cine-International Filmvertrieb
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: Rudolf Thome
film run: 95'
screenplay: Rudolf Thome
cast: Sabine Bach, Roger Tebb, Vladimir Weigl, Guntram Brattia, André Meyer
cinematography by: Carsten Thiele
film editing: Karin Nowarra
art director: Reinhard Dietmann
music: Wolfgang Böhmer
producer: Rudolf Thome
production: Moana Film
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