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Die Wildnis (1993)

 |  Crime  |  1993 (Germany)
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Brenner
Cécile Pallas ...
Teresa
Philippe Clay ...
Peasant
David Martin ...
Vinzenz
Günter Schubert ...
Lang
Reiner Heise ...
Haid
Wolf-Dietrich Sprenger ...
Stock
Karin Gregorek ...
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Ursula Karusseit
Konstantin Raber
Manuel Humm
Alexandru Riosanu
François Doge
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A fascinating and unusual movie
17 November 2001 | by (Lincolnshire, England) – See all my reviews

Jurgen Prochnow plays Brenner, a Swiss policeman, in this intriguing and surrealistic movie that grips from the very start. Despatched to a mountain village to investigate both a murder and the disappearance of two of his colleagues who were originally sent to investigate the crime, Brenner soon finds himself caught up in the affairs of villagers who seem to live in a bygone age and who don't welcome outsiders. A tunnel is the only link between the village and the modern world, and as the death toll mounts and Brenner tries to return to his headquarters for help, he finds that the tunnel gates remain resolutely shut, forcing him to return to the village once more. The ending of the film is excellent, leaving the viewer with a lot to think about, but personally I liked this and didn't feel at all cheated. Highly original, with a superb cast and wonderfully atmospheric, it's a great pity that this German language film hasn't been released with subtitles as I think that if it were, it would quickly gain a cult following.


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