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Jürgen Urban
Götz George ...
Jens Urban
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Katja Döbbelin
Jutta Speidel ...
Elmar Wepper ...
Paul Döbbelin
Gil Ofarim ...
Stefan Döbbelin
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Markus Abt
Michael Degen ...
Karl Abt
Gaby Dohm ...
Karin Abt
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Alexander Claussen
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Susanne Lenz
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Walter Kreye ...
Seewetteramtsleiter Friedrich Pröscher
Dietrich Mattausch ...
Stellv. Polizeipräsident Matthias Labahn
Arnd Klawitter ...
Helge Jacobs
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19 February 2006 (Germany)  »

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Au coeur de la tempête  »

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€8,000,000 (estimated)
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The budget of 8 million Euros made this project the most expensive German TV movie ever to date. See more »

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Both Katja Doebbelin (played by Nadja Uhl) as well as Juergen Urban (played by 'Benno Fuermann') have blue eyes. Their common son Philipp (as it turns out later in the film) has brown eyes. This is impossible for genetic reasons. See more »

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I liked it...
20 February 2006 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

First: It's known that animals do sense drastic changes and danger from weather. So where's the problem with that?

Second, we get so see all kinds of rubbush from Hollywood. Whatz wrong with this one?

It's an action-drama, not a documentary.

And for a based-on-true-events movie it sticks pretty close to reality (compared to Hollywood).

I think it had all I expect from a movie of that kind. It's a nice popcorn-and-beer movie for boring days and for a German TV-flick the CGI was extremely good.

So ppl, stop complaining. It's not that bad at all.

Have a look at the DU BIST DEUTSCHLAND campaign again and try to understand what it means. Germans just love to complain. It's a pain in the ass.


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