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No Place for Love (1947)
"Kein Platz für Liebe" (original title)

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Bruni Löbel ...
Monika
Heinz Lausch ...
Hans Winkelmann
Ernst Legal ...
William Spier
Elsa Wagner ...
Niobe
Margarete Kupfer ...
Frau Kruse
Hans Neie ...
Peter
Wilhelm Bendow ...
Der Verdrießliche
Franz-Otto Krüger ...
Der Sehnsüchtige
Walter Gross ...
(as Walter Groß)
Ewald Wenck
Knut Hartwig
Albert Venohr
Eva Maria Scholz
Günther Lobe
Horst Gentzen
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31 March 1947 (Germany)  »

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Kein Platz fuer die Liebe [No Place For Love] - a romantic comedy set in postwar-Berlin
24 April 2001 | by (Dublin, Ireland) – See all my reviews

While being on leave, the German soldier Hans meets Monika, whom he falls in love with. Before returning to the battlefields of WW2, the two of them get married, and dream of a happy live in some cosy apartment after the war. However, after the war reality looks different and. Berlin is badly destroyed. Hans returns but the longed-for life in a dream-home does not become reality. Monika shares one tiny room with her odd grandfather William, and Hans has to stay with one of his friends' mother. Therefore, the situation for the newly-wed couple is less than ideal. However, since necessity is the mother of invention, the two love birds find ways to make the best out of their situation.

Bruni Löbel (‘The Big Lift', 1949) is lovely as ever, and the comedian Wilhelm Bendow (‘Münchhausen', 1943)delivers a great comic performance.


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