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Alaska.De (2000)

Alaska.de (original title)
A female teenager witnesses a murder in a desolate high density housing area on the outskirts of Berlin and is henceforth in danger.

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Sabine
Frank Droese ...
Eddi
Arthur Rakk ...
Anton
Toni Blume ...
Micha
Nele Steffen ...
Coco
Willhelm Benner ...
Stefan
Andrusch Jung ...
Daniel
Daniel Fripan ...
Florian
Andreas Hoppe ...
Sabines Vater (as Andi Hoppe)
Susanne Sachße ...
Sabines Mutter (as Susanne Sachse)
Axel Prahl ...
Polizist Wünsche
Beate Pfeiffer ...
Biolehrerin
Dorothea Müller ...
Klassenlehrerin
Elmar Gutmann ...
Lehrer Grundmann
Viktor Schengel ...
Aldo Bihac

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A female teenager witnesses a murder in a desolate high density housing area on the outskirts of Berlin and is henceforth in danger.

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Eine Liebesgeschichte


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25 January 2001 (Germany)  »

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very good
11 March 2001 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

Although a rather 'small' movie (although in cinemascope) it's indeed a really great one. The only thing I didn't like so much is that the story plays in teenager-milieu. But they are all real and authentic persons, far from those penetrant Hollywood-clowns. And it's exiting, with one person stabbed to death, a poor dog killed, and another victim at the end. And something like a romance. All very well told with beautiful ideas and free from cliches. The camerawork is excellent, too. With extraordinary perspectives. And the filtered colors create a very peculiar atmosphere, that goes perfectly well along with the story about a girl and some more or less criminal (and more or less stupid) guys in the suburbs of Berlin.


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