A teenage girl (Anna Maria Muhe) moves to Berlin with her parents and baby sister. She starts at a new school and finds it difficult to fit in because her parents have raised to to adhere ... See full summary »

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Anna Maria Mühe ...
Nathalie Wagner
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Gregor Wagner
Sophie Rogall ...
Sibille
Tino Mewes ...
Gabriel
Birge Schade ...
Caroline Wagner
Lena Stolze ...
Margot
Rainer Sellien ...
Michael - Nathalies leiblicher Vater
Friedhelm Ptok ...
Gemeindevorsteher
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Klassenlehrer Günther Evers
Esther Esche ...
Frau Baitinger
Delia-Deborah Wagner ...
Kerstin (as Delia Deborah Marti)
Claire Oelkers ...
Yildiz
Felicitas Kirchgässner ...
Rothaarige Frau
Heidrun Bartholomäus ...
Trauernde Frau
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A teenage girl (Anna Maria Muhe) moves to Berlin with her parents and baby sister. She starts at a new school and finds it difficult to fit in because her parents have raised to to adhere to a strict christian belief system. Her new friend, Sibille, commits suicide because she can't escape from the violence and oppression of her family life and the sect they belong to. Nathalie discovers (through her experiences of this new life in Berlin) how wrong her church is and is eventually set free by her own mother into the hands of her birth father, and her caring boyfriend. Written by kwedgwood@hotmail.com

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6 April 2005 (Germany)  »

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Delfinsommer  »

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When Natahlie told Gabriel that Sibille is dead, Gabriel said that Sibille was squashed, but he couldn't knew it because Nathalie didn't tell him. See more »

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References The Philadelphia Story (1940) See more »

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Scarborough Fair/ Canticle
Written by Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel
Performed by Simon & Garfunkel
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