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Welcome to the future. Civilization has been obliterated by natural catastrophes and global economic collapse... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Every now and then you find a diamond in the rough. See more (6 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Mathis Landwehr ... Jonas Klingenberg
Volkram Zschiesche ... Vinzent
Christian Monz ... Bosco
Zora Holt ... Kleo
Sinta Weisz ... Marie
Ygal Gleim ... Malte (as Ygal Gleim Sroussi)
Ron Matz ... Lieutenant Stauder

Esther Schweins ... Linda
Bela B. ... The Executioner (as Bela Felsenheimer)

Wolfgang Stegemann ... Edgar
The Anh Ngo ... Lieutenant Lee
Stefan Volovinis ... Ono
Alexis Volovinis ... Frank
Max Luz ... Ben

Ferdinand Fischer ... Gregor

Mike Möller ... Mike / Soldier
Kristina Papadopoulou ... Kristina
Ngoc-Thach Nguyen ... Master
Eberhard Schöttle ... Karnak
Jean-Christophe Ritter ... Captive 1
Joao Dos Santos ... Captive 2
Alexander Scheffel ... Captive 3
Katharina Westphal ... Rape Victim
Dai Chieu Tran ... Master Brother
Gregor Eichhorn ... Lieutenant Strachwitz
Jonathan Dreusch ... Young Bosco
Vivien Pia Nowak ... Young Kleo
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Martin Goeres ... Civil War Fighter

Directed by
Johannes Jaeger 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Johannes Jaeger 

Produced by
Katrin Esser .... assistant executive producer
Hermann Joha .... producer
Melanie Mohr .... executive producer
Wolfgang Wilke .... consulting producer
 
Original Music by
Marco Jovic 
Alex Pfeffer 
 
Cinematography by
Marcus Stotz 
 
Makeup Department
Ursula Gruber .... makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Benjamin Eicher .... second unit director
 
Art Department
Till Fuhrmann .... property builder
Heinrich Heidelmann .... assistant art director
Etienne Spengler .... stage weapons
Etienne Spengler .... storyboard artist
Marcel Weisheit .... graphic designer
 
Sound Department
Ludwig Bestehorn .... sound assistant
Ludwig Bestehorn .... sound recordist: second unit
Holger Lehmann .... sound mixer
Mathias Steinach .... boom operator
Mathias Steinach .... sound assistant
 
Special Effects by
Steffen Hacker .... special effects supervisor
Alister Mazzotti .... special effects coordinator
 
Visual Effects by
Tonio Freitag .... visual effects
Michael Habenicht .... digital compositor
Peter Hacker .... lead rotoscoper
Steffen Hacker .... visual effects supervisor
Jan Jericho .... matte painter
Benjamin Nolde .... rotoscoper
Sebastian Nozon .... visual effects
Emil Stefanov .... digital compositor
Emil Stefanov .... digital effects artist
Marcel Weisheit .... lead digital matte painter
Marcel Weisheit .... main title design
 
Stunts
Ulrik Bruchholz .... stunts
Ferdinand Fischer .... assistant stunt coordinator
Ferdinand Fischer .... second assistant stunt coordinator
Ferdinand Fischer .... stunt double: Jonas Klingenberg
Ferdinand Fischer .... stunt double: Karnak
Ferdinand Fischer .... utility stunts
Katja Fischer .... stunt double: Marie Lakotta
Michael Fischer .... stunt double: Master
Kai Gaedtke .... stunt rigger
Christian Gneissl .... full body burn (as Christian Gneißl)
Christian Gneissl .... stunts (as Christian Gneißl)
Martin Goeres .... stunt fighter
Mathis Landwehr .... stunts
Alister Mazzotti .... stunt coordinator
Mike Möller .... additional martial arts choreographer
Mike Möller .... first assistant stunt coordinator
Mike Möller .... stunt double: Master
Mike Möller .... stunts
Jason Oettle .... wire stunt coordinator
Matthias Schendel .... high fall
Matthias Schendel .... stunt double: Bosco
Matthias Schendel .... stunt double: Lieutenat Lee
Matthias Schendel .... stunts
Wolfgang Stegemann .... additional martial arts choreographer
Wolfgang Stegemann .... martial arts coordinator
Wolfgang Stegemann .... stunt coordinator
Wolfgang Stegemann .... stunts
Alexis Volovinis .... stunts
Stefan Volovinis .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Ulrik Bruchholz .... camera assistant: additional unit
Tanja Häring .... second camera unit
Kai Olbrecht .... key grip
 
Other crew
Mathis Landwehr .... martial arts choreographer
Timo Joh. Mayer .... sponsoring
Christian Monz .... martial arts choreographer
Mike Möller .... additional fight choreography
Wolfgang Stegemann .... fight choreographer
Holger Veh .... supervising armorer
Volkram Zschiesche .... martial arts choreographer
 

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Germany:102 min (DVD)
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Follows Kampfansage 2 (2002)See more »
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2 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Every now and then you find a diamond in the rough., 6 February 2007
Author: StevinTasker from Author of Freedom's Run

Paying homage to the post apocalyptic genre with echoes of stories like Fist of the North Star, Cyborg and the Postman this movie is infused with adrenalin, enthusiasm, rage, excitement, and action. It has a huge heart and the fact that it was made on a limited budget is testament to the skill and passion of those involved. They say that first time features made with limited financial support will have failings somewhere around Lighting, Script, Score and CGI. I am pleased to say that the piece is effectively lit even when filmed in cavernous tunnels. I rather like the CGI; it's obvious of course, but it offers a unique visual vista and blends well with the other outdoor scenes. The script, well, I watched the movie in German with English subtitles and found that the characters, although very familiar, (the hero falls somewhere between Kenshiro and Robin Hood) were comfortable rather than caricature. When the lead was doing voice over to convey his thoughts it really worked well for me, there was something about the sound of his voice that gave what I was reading some resonance. I thought the score generally worked well. I have some difficulty in accepting techno music in any setting; thankfully for me, its unwelcome intrusion was brief. I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the fight choreography and the stunt work. In addition to all this, some of the cinematography was extremely effective, especially the two wonderful sweeping shots on top of the building during the final showdown. I won't pretend that the story is anything new but it is carried off with such bare faced enthusiasm and more than a little respect for the genre that I can't help but like it. I tracked this down from the makers own website. I'm glad to say that I was happy to pay the few euros for such a great product.

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