Viktor and Angelika are a straight couple. He is a professor of veterinary science and she has studied arts history. Both are more interested in their hobbies and professions than into each... See full summary »
Simon Templar has no real family, no real home and Simon Templar isn't even his real name. Yet Simon Templar , also known as the Saint for his use of creating false identities using the ... See full summary »
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I've seen this movie on TV, and the only memorable thing for me about it is that it features my university linguistics professor Prof. Dr. Willy Elmer as "speaker #2"...besides that, it's another of those abysmal German movies from the 80's which try to be interesting (a little sex, a little crime, a little comedy), but fail miserably.
Ingolf Lueck, who moved from being a video-clip presenter on TV to "actor" to comedian on a TV show can be compared to Thomas Gottschalk: same career, same nose-size, same (non-existing) acting skills. The only funny thing in the movie actually was the speech of my prof, and I'm being polite... :)
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