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Berlin (I) (2008)

 -  Short | Drama | Romance  -  26 July 2008 (USA)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Rebecca L. Dunn ...
Katherine
Shan Applegate ...
Robert
Norm Sanders ...
Edwin
Joe Rozanek ...
German SS Officer
Reid Philips ...
German Soldier #1
Aaron Truman ...
German Soldier #2
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German Waitress
Paul Kisser ...
Cabaret Proprietor
Megan Powers ...
Angry Wife
Joseph D. Grigsby ...
Cabaret Patron
Jay Lance ...
SA-Mann
Marge McClintock ...
Elderly Katherine
Mack McClintock ...
Elderly Robert
Mac Cross ...
German Soldier In Barn
Keith Korter ...
Bartender
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In the beginning, the soccer ball in the background has a unique bounce to it. This is because this opening clip was originally intended to be the end of the film, and the camera craned up INTO the tree. After a screening of the rough cut, it was decided to bookend the film with the park scene, and this clip was the reversed to bring us OUT of the tree down to the elderly couple, giving the ball the unique bounce, because the action was also reversed. See more »

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When the SS Man approaches in the Cabaret scene, asking for a cigarette, you can tell the footage is flipped/reversed, because the numbers on his collars are backwards, as if reflected in a mirror. See more »

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Berlin
Composed and Produced by Herman Witkam
Vocals performed by Rebecca L. Dunn
Instrumental performances by Herman Witkam
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