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Mondscheintarif (2001)

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Gruschenka Stevens ...
Cora Hübsch
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Dr. Daniel Hoffmann
Jasmin Tabatabai ...
Jo
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Carmen Koslowski
Rüdiger Klink ...
Big Jim
Karina Fallenstein ...
Marianne
Peter Wolf ...
Rüdiger
Heinrich Eyerund ...
Sascha
Kirk Kirchberger ...
Hannes
Sabine Urig ...
Frau Zappka
Henriette Thimig ...
Coras Oma
Ueli Jäggi ...
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Joachim Steinhoefel ...
Joachim Steinhöfel (as Joachim Steinhöfel)
Uwe Uhlmann ...
Abschlepper
Nicolas Orda ...
Dennis
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Visually interesting presentation of a well-done story.
13 June 2003 | by (Munich, Germany) – See all my reviews

The filming is remarkably well-done. The actors are good and the story is interesting, but the camera work deserves special mention. Normally, I would say it is bad when one notices the camera work, because it must be distracting. And on the surface there are some very distracting techniques: flashes, out-of-focus areas, jitters. But I don't think that the cinematography is detrimental here. Instead it adds visual interest without interfering with the storytelling. Indeed, it even contributes to the story.


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