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28 March 2002 (Germany) See more »
Und führe uns in Versuchung
Three monks are making their way from Germany to a monastry in Italy, because they cannot afford the rent for their facility any longer. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Michael Gwisdek ... Benno

Daniel Brühl ... Arbo
Traugott Buhre ... Abt Stefan
Matthias Brenner ... Tassilo
Pamela Knaak ... Frau Brenner
Konstantin Graudus ... Anwalt

Chiara Schoras ... Chiara
Christian Kleinert ... Müllmann 1
Randy ... Müllmann 2
Hans-Uwe Bauer ... Tankwart
Christel Peters ... Tassilos Mutter
Jenny Deimling ... Chiaras Freundin
Uwe Bohm ... Chiaras Chef
Bernhard Leute ... Schaffner
Joachim Lätsch ... Bahnhofspenner
Heinz Trixner ... Pater Claudius Leis
Zoltan Spirandelli ... Pater Gregor
Ernst-Georg Schwill ... Bruder Petersen
Richard Barenberg ... Scholastiker 1
Michael Pyter ... Scholastiker 2
Stephan Fiedler ... Scholastiker 3
David Gravenhorst ... Meinrad

Bettina Zimmermann ... Frau im Auto / Party

Jessica Franz ... Frau auf dem Rücksitz / Party
Matthias Kreß ... Mann im Auto / Party
Susanne Scholl ... Missionsschwester
Tobias Gravenhorst ... Organist
Klaus Koennecke ... Priester
Richard Beek ... Pater Gläser
Remo della Rena ... Italienischer Mönch
Fulvio Ceccarelli ... Italienischer Mönch
Giulio Alimenti ... Italienischer Mönch
Andrea Paolessi ... Italienischer Mönch (as Andrea Paolese)
Giulio Cupelli ... Italienischer Mönch

Directed by
Zoltan Spirandelli 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Zoltan Spirandelli 

Produced by
Dieter Ulrich Aselmann .... producer
Martin Rohrbeck .... executive producer
Patrick Zorer .... executive producer
Original Music by
Detlef Petersen 
Cinematography by
Dieter Deventer 
Film Editing by
Magdolna Rokob 
Casting by
Tina Böckenhauer 
Jacqueline Rietz  (as Jaqueline Rietz)
Production Design by
Harald Turzer 
Costume Design by
Nina Springsguth 
Makeup Department
Sabina Bolignini .... hair stylist (as Sabine Bolognini)
Sibylle Lauber .... hair stylist
Barbara Schlensag .... makeup artist
Daniel Schröder .... makeup artist
Production Management
Stefanie Brauer .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
David Gravenhorst .... assistant director
Gregor Stitzl .... second assistant director
Gilles Cannatella .... first assistant director: Italy (uncredited)
Art Department
Katharina Birkenfeld .... assistant decorator
Julia Marciniak .... assistant props
Marcel Schoerken .... props (as Marcel Schörken)
Dörte Schreiterer .... props
Sound Department
Benjamin Dunker .... second boom operator
Stephan Konken .... re-recording mixer
Martin Langenbach .... foley artist
Markus Pauli .... synchron editor
Christian Pohl .... boom operator
Hartmut Teschemacher .... supervising sound editor
Volker Zeigermann .... sound
Visual Effects by
Mike Orthwein .... digital effects
Camera and Electrical Department
Björn Balke .... lighting technician (as Björn Balcke)
Tilman Büttner .... steadicam operator
Ralf Dobrick .... Steadicam operator
Vesselin Hristov .... camera operator
Sebastian Janke .... camera operator: second unit
Laureen Koch .... electrician
Glenn König .... grip
Kai Meyer-Ricks .... key grip
Robert Patzelt .... assistant camera
Javier Rinaudo .... additional electrician
Gwendolin Rösner .... electrician
Holger Schippmann .... electrician
Uli Schmidt .... assistant camera
Axel Scholz .... best boy
Nico Storch .... grip
Sébastien Tran .... second assistant camera
Thomas von Klier .... gaffer
Pit Westphal .... camera operator: second unit
Alexander Zielke .... electrician (as Alex Zielke)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Felicitas Bahr .... wardrobe
Fabian Leske .... costume assistant
Editorial Department
Ulf Albert .... assistant editor
Judith Futár-Klahn .... assistant editor
Tina Milens .... assistant editor
Location Management
Georg Ulrich .... location manager
Tillmann Weber .... location manager
Music Department
Bodo Dresen .... music coordinator
Tobias Gravenhorst .... music consultant
Stefan Hansen .... composer: additional music
Peter Hecht .... composer: additional music
Peter Hecht .... music arranger
Joe Mubare .... music consultant
Detlef Petersen .... score mixer (as Detlef Friedrich Petersen)
Django Seelenmeyer .... music consultant
Other crew
Birgit Brückner .... accountant
Nataly Dietz .... script supervisor
Ilse Edl .... production accountant
Heike Wilk .... production secretary
Simone Wilms .... production assistant

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The number plate of the Jesuit's Mercedes is KA-SJ 1491. SJ stands for Societas Jesu, 1491 is the birth date of Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the congregation.See more »
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Overlooked Jewel, 16 June 2003
Author: Robert-Lander from Jena, Germany

Wonderful little road movie cum romantic comedy with some extras that make this movie special. Basically, Vayas con dios is a film about love and temptation. While there may have been better films in recent years, the central scene of this movie is the most beautiful scene I have seen in a long time. Here, all different kinds of love a portrayed in one crucial moment. Spirandelli, an opera director by trade, certainly knows how to stage his actors.

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