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Good Bye Lenin! (2003)

The German Democratic Republic lives on -- in 79 square meters!

Genre : Comedy, Drama

Runtime : 2H 1M

Director : Wolfgang Becker
Writer : Wolfgang Becker, Bernd Lichtenberg

Synopsis

Alex Kerner's mother was in a coma while the Berlin wall fell. When she wakes up he must try to keep her from learning what happened (as she was an avid communist supporter) to avoid shocking her which could lead to another heart attack.

Actors

Daniel Brühl
Daniel Brühl
Alexander 'Alex' Kerner
Katrin Sass
Katrin Sass
Christiane Kerner
Chulpan Khamatova
Chulpan Khamatova
Lara
Maria Simon
Maria Simon
Ariane Kerner
Florian Lukas
Florian Lukas
Denis
Alexander Beyer
Alexander Beyer
Rainer
Burghart Klaußner
Burghart Klaußner
Robert Kerner
Michael Gwisdek
Michael Gwisdek
Klapprath
Christine Schorn
Christine Schorn
Frau Schäfer
Jürgen Holtz
Jürgen Holtz
Herr Ganske
Jochen Stern
Jochen Stern
Herr Mehlert
Stefan Walz
Stefan Walz
Taxifahrer / Sigmund Jähn
Eberhard Kirchberg
Eberhard Kirchberg
Dr. Wagner
Hans-Uwe Bauer
Hans-Uwe Bauer
Dr. Mewes
Jürgen Vogel
Jürgen Vogel
Das Küken
Elke Werner
Elke Werner
Verkäuferin HO-Markt
Peter Kurth
Peter Kurth
"X-TV" Chef

Crews

Wolfgang Becker
Wolfgang Becker
Director
Wolfgang Becker
Wolfgang Becker
Screenplay
Bernd Lichtenberg
Bernd Lichtenberg
Screenplay
Stefan Arndt
Stefan Arndt
Producer
Katja De Bock
Katja De Bock
Producer
Andreas Schreitmüller
Andreas Schreitmüller
Producer
Manuela Stehr
Manuela Stehr
Producer
Marcos Kantis
Marcos Kantis
Line Producer
Yann Tiersen
Yann Tiersen
Original Music Composer
Martin Kukula
Martin Kukula
Director of Photography
Peter R. Adam
Peter R. Adam
Editor
Simone Bär
Simone Bär
Casting
Lothar Holler
Lothar Holler
Production Design
Matthias Klemme
Matthias Klemme
Art Direction
Aenne Plaumann
Aenne Plaumann
Costume Design
Christian Schaefer
Christian Schaefer
Set Designer
Sandra Scheucher
Sandra Scheucher
Script Supervisor
Michael Konstabel
Michael Konstabel
Researcher
Andro Steinborn
Andro Steinborn
Music Supervisor
Christine Seehofer
Christine Seehofer
Assistant Costume Designer
Tommy Schulz
Tommy Schulz
Gaffer
Helmut Prein
Helmut Prein
Gaffer
Birgit Gudjonsdottir
Birgit Gudjonsdottir
Second Unit Cinematographer
Klemens Becker
Klemens Becker
Steadicam Operator
Jörg Widmer
Jörg Widmer
Steadicam Operator
Conny Klein
Conny Klein
Still Photographer
Dirk Plamböck
Dirk Plamböck
Still Photographer
Sven Asamoa
Sven Asamoa
Special Effects
Thorsten Thiesse
Thorsten Thiesse
Special Effects
Jörn Poetzl
Jörn Poetzl
Foley
Dirk Jacob
Dirk Jacob
Sound Designer
Lars Ginzel
Lars Ginzel
Sound Effects Editor
Kuen-Il Song
Kuen-Il Song
Sound Effects Editor
Kai-Uwe Koch
Kai-Uwe Koch
ADR & Dubbing
Björn Rehbein
Björn Rehbein
Hairstylist
Heike Merker
Heike Merker
Makeup Artist
Lena Lazzarotto
Lena Lazzarotto
Makeup Artist
Birger Laube
Birger Laube
Makeup Artist
Ralph Kaechele
Ralph Kaechele
Second Unit Director of Photography

Trailers and other movies

Goodbye Lenin - Trailer #1

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