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Longing (2006)

Genre : Drama

Runtime : 1H 28M

Director : Valeska Grisebach
Writer : Valeska Grisebach

Synopsis

An average, everyday metalworker and volunteer firefighter content in his marriage to his childhood sweetheart finds his emotions unexpectedly stirred when he falls for a pretty waitress from a nearby town.

Actors

Andreas Müller
Andreas Müller
Markus
Ilka Welz
Ilka Welz
Ella
Anett Dornbusch
Anett Dornbusch
Rose
Erika Lemke
Erika Lemke
Oma
Markus Werner
Markus Werner
Nachbarsjunge
Doritha Richter
Doritha Richter
Mutter
Detlef Baumann
Detlef Baumann
Nachbar
Ilse Lausch
Ilse Lausch
Tante
Harald Kuchenbecker
Harald Kuchenbecker
Onkel
Jan Günzel
Jan Günzel
Freund#1
Bernd Liske
Bernd Liske
Freund#2
Bernd Wachsmuth
Bernd Wachsmuth
Freund#3
Hartmut Schliephacke
Hartmut Schliephacke
Bürgermeister / Wehrleiter
Viola Hoffmann
Viola Hoffmann
Frau#1
Petra Lemke
Petra Lemke
Frau#2
Petra Müller
Petra Müller
Frau#3
Christa Wachsmuth
Christa Wachsmuth
Frau#4
Karin Wachsmuth
Karin Wachsmuth
Frau#5

Crews

Valeska Grisebach
Valeska Grisebach
Screenplay
Valeska Grisebach
Valeska Grisebach
Director
Bernhard Keller
Bernhard Keller
Director of Photography
Christiane Lilge
Christiane Lilge
Casting
Raimund von Scheibner
Raimund von Scheibner
Sound Designer
Oliver Göbel
Oliver Göbel
Sound Designer
Peter Rommel
Peter Rommel
Producer
David Groenewold
David Groenewold
Producer
Bettina Böhler
Bettina Böhler
Editor

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