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Wohin und zurück - Teil 3: Welcome in Vienna (1986)

TV Movie  -   -  Drama  -  9 March 1986 (West Germany)
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In the conclusion of Axel Corti's trilogy (following God Does Not Believe In Us Anymore and Santa Fe) Freddy, a Viennese Jew who emigrated to New York after Hitler's invasion, and Adler, a ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Gabriel Barylli ...
Freddy Wolf
Nicolas Brieger ...
Sgt. Adler
Claudia Messner ...
Claudia
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Treschensky
Joachim Kemmer ...
Lt. Binder
Hubert Mann ...
Capt. Karpeles
Liliana Nelska ...
Russian woman
Kurt Sowinetz ...
Stodola
Ingrid Canonier
Helfried Edlinger
Levin Kress
Tom Krinzinger
Justus Neumann
Luise Prasser
Hertha Schell
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In the conclusion of Axel Corti's trilogy (following God Does Not Believe In Us Anymore and Santa Fe) Freddy, a Viennese Jew who emigrated to New York after Hitler's invasion, and Adler, a left-wing intellectual originally from Berlin, return to Austria in 1944 as soldiers in the U.S. Army. Freddy falls in love with the daughter of a Nazi, and Adler attempts to go over to the Communist Zone. But with the advent of the Cold War and continuing anti-semitism, the idealism of both characters is shattered as they find themselves surrounded by cynicism, opportunism, and universal self-deception. This acclaimed, brilliant work is one of the great films of all time. Written by National Center for Jewish Film

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9 March 1986 (West Germany)  »

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Would someone please make this trilogy available in DVD for the US. I saw all three films at the Roxie Cinema in San Francisco years ago and would love to watch them again. The acting was excellent, the stories were heartfelt and all three films rang true. One detail I remember from the first film is of a young Jewish man, fleeing the Nazis, carrying his suitcase with his most important possessions, his books. In the second film the day to day struggles of the characters in this alien land, the USA, made me wonder how my parents had done it after the war and if I would have survived. In the third film a survivor returns to Vienna and tries to fit back into his old world, but could a Jew ever return to Germany or Austria?


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