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Kein Hafen für die 'Anastasia' 

Captain Harmsen and his chief engineer Kaiser are traveling from Algeria to Hamburg in the container ship "Anastasia", and are looking forward to a normal, relaxed voyage. Harmsen is in ... See full summary »

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Kapitän Frank Harmsen
Jophi Ries ...
Fritz Kaiser
Giuliana de Sio ...
Dr. Sophia Minardi
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Oliver Droll
Sharon Brauner ...
Thea
Katja Giammona ...
Zazi
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Dr. Schröter
Wolf-Dietrich Sprenger ...
H. P. Jaschke
Andreas Elsholz ...
Frank Riedel
Angelika Hartung ...
Elke Harmsen
Mark Zak ...
Sergej
Frank Kessler ...
Stepán
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Dieter Hufschmidt ...
Reeder Nielson
Dimitri Tellis
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Captain Harmsen and his chief engineer Kaiser are traveling from Algeria to Hamburg in the container ship "Anastasia", and are looking forward to a normal, relaxed voyage. Harmsen is in need of peace and quiet as it is # his wife has separated from him. Shortly after their departure from Algeria, however, the first problems start to loom: the ship is traveling too slowly. While Kaiser and an engineer named Droll are about to repair an oil pipe that seems to have been disconnected, a fire suddenly breaks out in the engine room. Kaiser and Droll manage to escape, but now the engines have stopped. There seems to be something strange going on up on deck. Meanwhile, in Hamburg, financial problems are forcing shipowner Nielson to sell shares in his shipping company to a businessman named Schröter, who shows great sympathy for the problems being experienced by the "Anastasia". The situation back on the ship becomes aggravated when Captain Harmsen suddenly discovers a group of Algerian ... Written by Anonymous

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15 January 2000 (Germany)  »

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