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4 February 1930 (Germany) See more »
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Edwin, a taxi driver, lives with Annie, a neurasthenic model. They plan to spend Sunday at the Nikolassee beach with Wolfgang... See more » | Add synopsis »
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"Adieu au langage" - "Goodbye to Language": A Works Cited
 (From MUBI. 15 October 2014, 5:26 PM, PDT)

10 of the best films set in Berlin
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Blu Monday: June 28, 2011
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Cast

  (in credits order)
Erwin Splettstößer ... Himself (taxi driver)
Brigitte Borchert ... Herself (record seller)
Wolfgang von Waltershausen ... Himself (wine seller)
Christl Ehlers ... Herself (an extra in films)
Annie Schreyer ... Herself (model)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kurt Gerron ... Himself

Valeska Gert ... Herself
Heinrich Gretler ... Himself
Ernö Verebes ... Himself

Directed by
Curt Siodmak  (as Kurt Siodmak)
Robert Siodmak 
Edgar G. Ulmer 
Fred Zinnemann 
Rochus Gliese (uncredited)
 
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(in alphabetical order)
Curt Siodmak 
Robert Siodmak  source material
Edgar G. Ulmer 
Billy Wilder 

Produced by
Seymour Nebenzal .... producer
Edgar G. Ulmer .... producer
 
Original Music by
Elena Kaets-Chernin (2000)
Otto Stenzeel 
 
Cinematography by
Eugen Schüfftan 
 
Art Direction by
Moritz Seder 
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Ernst Kunstmann .... assistant camera
Moritz Seeler .... lighting technician
Fred Zinnemann .... cinematography assistance
 
Music Department
Frank Strobel .... conductor (2000)
 

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Also Known As:
"Menschen am Sonntag" - Germany (original title)
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74 min
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1.20 : 1 See more »
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The film was a major hit when it was released in Germany in 1930. Five of the people who worked on the film went on to direct films in Hollywood: Curt Siodmak, his brother Robert Siodmak, Edgar G. Ulmer, Fred Zinnemann and Billy Wilder.See more »
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5 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
filled with fantastic shots, 23 April 2009
Author: christopher-underwood from Greenwich - London

Marvellous late German silent that anticipates the Italian neo-realists, although I note some claim that this is not realistic at all and may even be showing struggling Berlin through rose tinted glasses. I'm not sure; those fantastic city sequences seem real enough and perhaps the regularly intoned opinion that Hitler was lurking in the shadows of a dispirited people, is itself a little fanciful. In any event this is a great little film filled with fantastic shots, moving street shots of and from moving trams, poetic close-ups of the young folk and a great sense of landscape at the lakeside. As usual with me and silent movies, I seem to get captions I don't need because the action is so obvious and whole sequences of back and forth dialogue left untitled. But just to watch the imagery is good enough and the little trysts, arguments, upsets and loving looks need no titles at all.

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