Michael is a stubborn individualist who makes mistakes and draws the consequences. Roberta fights for her dream, with unfair means, but she always remains sympathetic. The banker is mean, ... See full summary »

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Roberta Bell
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Michael March
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Stefan Grabowski (as Gottlieb Sambor)
Trude Hesterberg ...
Corinna Valaine
Oskar Wegrostek ...
Goliath, Kutscher
Hans Pössenbacher ...
Gustav Lukas
Ursula Skraup ...
Frederike
Alexander Trojan ...
Leo Janin
Erik Frey ...
Arthur
Rudolf Rab ...
Lehrjunge Martin
Auguste Pünkösdy ...
Wirtin
Nicolas Koline ...
Stationsvorstand
Karl Skraup ...
Anwalt
Heinz Lazek ...
Holzfäller
Karl Ehmann ...
Rechtsanwalt
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Michael is a stubborn individualist who makes mistakes and draws the consequences. Roberta fights for her dream, with unfair means, but she always remains sympathetic. The banker is mean, but renounces with dignity. Lots of characters that are unsettled and uncertain, mirror of a time when the "total war" was already raging, a time when the theme of the city cursed a new dimension and could no longer only be interpreted as a reactionary critique of civilization. After the end of the war the antisemitic failures were eradicated and the film came to the cinema. Written by Ulf Kjell Gür

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Drama | Musical

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9 March 1951 (West Germany)  »

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At the Edge of the World  »

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1.37 : 1
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"Am Ende der Welt" was released in 1947, but produced already in 1943. See more »

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