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Chinese Miracle (1977)
"Das chinesische Wunder" (original title)

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Credited cast:
Heinz Rühmann ...
Poliakoff
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Detta Gaspardi
Peter Pasetti ...
Gaspardi
Harald Leipnitz ...
Dr. Linkers
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Dr. Kristian Keller
Friedhelm Lehmann ...
Dr. Folkmann
Sabi Dorr ...
Dr. Singh
Bert Fortell ...
Theo
Herbert Fux ...
Menzel
Reinhard Kolldehoff ...
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Lisa Chung Ding Dong ...
Mei-Lan
Gaby Herbst
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dieter B. Gerlach
Elisabeth Karg
Marion Kracht
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21 January 1977 (West Germany)  »

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HEAVILY DRUGGED DRAMA
25 September 1999 | by (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) – See all my reviews

This is a dreadful and almost unbearable drama about a doctor who discovers acupuncture and along the way falls in love with Senta Berger because she sows a button on his overcoat; I always assumed that Berger had other attractions, but as I write this I suddenly realize what the connection is, wow what a clever script.

Not only the subject of the badly written script is boring, Liebeneiner directs with disinterest - and who could blame him. The cast seems to be on heavy drugs, with the exception of Heinz Rühmann who has a fine performance during 30 minutes or so but can not save the film; and what is his character doing in Hong Kong anyway?

To add some realism and life to the film Liebeneiner shows an authentic heart transplant, suddenly making the film into a medical information film; what made him think that this is needed in a feature film? You might be needing acupuncture yourself to ease the mental pain when watching this dud.


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