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Cast overview, first billed only:
Fernando Esteso ...
Carlos del Campo
Antonio Ozores ...
Manuel Álvarez
Alfonso del Real ...
Fabricante de quesos
Gérard Tichy ...
Agente de la RFA
Emiliano Redondo ...
Agente de la DDR
Brita Jensen
Carole James ...
(as Carol James)
Concha Rosales
Luis Barbero ...
Amante de Amancia
Emilio Fornet ...
Lorenzo - marido de Amancia
María Álvarez
Alfonso Isbert
Frank Sussman
Marco Schmidtke


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22 April 1985 (Spain)  »

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Marko Binder in the film as Marco Schmidtke
15 July 2005 | by (Wosofov) – See all my reviews

This film is OK, but I still am excited about it. Reason is one of my favorites acts in it, in very very small part. Actually this time it is quite confusing and it took me a long time to find out about this one.

Marco Schmidtke must be my favorite actor Marko Binder, I am sure. This time (as he did often) he uses a nickname - adopting surname of his occasional collaborator, German producer Paul Schmidtke. They are even supposed to be lovers for some time, but I not sure about that.

Schmidtke and Binder worked together on many films, among them Binderiana or From bedroom to kitchen and back. There is many funny and shocking stories about their collaboration.

Marko Binder is polish-German actor and director. He is just so cool in all his films!

I might be mistaken that Marco Schnidtke is actually Marko Binder, but it seem so. Does anybody disagree?

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