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Hendrik Handloegten

Hendrik Handloegten was born in 1968 in Celle, Germany. He is a writer and director, known for Good Bye Lenin! (2003), Learning to Lie (2003) and Paul Is Dead (2000). See full bio »


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Known For

Good Bye Lenin!
Learning to Lie
Paul Is Dead
Paul Is Dead Writer
Summer Window
Summer Window Writer


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 2017 Babylon Berlin (TV Series) (2017) (filming)
  Tatort (TV Series) (teleplay - 1 episode, 2013) (co-writer - 1 episode, 2013) (writer - 1 episode, 2008)
- Der Eskimo (2013) ... (teleplay) / (co-writer)
- Der tote Chinese (2008) ... (writer)
 2012 Sechzehneichen (TV Movie)
 2011 Summer Window (written by)
 2007 An Old Maid (TV Movie)
 2003 Learning to Lie (writer)
 2003 Good Bye Lenin! (collaborator on screenplay)
 2000 Paul Is Dead
 1996 Sag den Frauen wir gehen (Short)
 1996 Buenas Tardes Amigo (Short) (screenplay)
 1994 Elvis & Günther (Short) (screenplay)
 1993 My Favourite September (Short) (writer)
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