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Dein unbekannter Bruder [videorecording] = Your unknown brother / a Defa Film ; screenwriter, Wolfgang Trampe ; director, Ulrich Weiss
Alternate Title Your unknown brother [videorecording]
[United States] : First Run Features, c2005
Location Call Number Status
 Videos/2nd Flr  PT2603.R409 D4 2005    AVAILABLE
Subject Germany -- History -- 1933-1945 -- Drama
Subject(s) Anti-Nazi movement -- Germany -- Drama
Feature films
Historical films
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Physical Description 1 videodisc (103 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Note - System Details DVD, region 1; Dolby Digital
Note Not rated
Cast Uwe Kockisch, Michael Gwisdek, Jenny Gröllman, Bohumil Vavra, Michael Gerber, Arno Wyzniewski
Language German dialogue with optional English subtitles
Credits Director of photography, Claus Neumann ; editor, Ursula Rudzki ; music, Peter Rabenalt
Summary After being released from a concentration camp, Arnold remains loyal to the underground anti-Nazi movement. Despite that, he lives quietly as a film projectionist. Suspicion is in the air and soon Arnold does not know who he can trust
Note Special features: Biographies & filmographies; newsreels; "Member of resistance Irene Harloff remembers"; introduction essay; photo gallery
Alternate Author Trampe, Wolfgang, 1939-
Weiss, Ulrich, 1942-
Kockisch, Uwe
Gwisdek, Michael, 1942-
Gröllman, Jenny
Vavra, Bohumil, 1916-2007
Bredel, Willi, 1901-1964. Dein unbekannter Bruder
First-Run Features (Firm)

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