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Frohes Schaffen - Ein Film zur Senkung der Arbeitsmoral (2012)

Its is a fetish, a mantra, a secret religion to modern man: work. In times of the financial crisis and massive job reductions, this documentary movie questions work as our 'hallow' sense in life in a way that both humors and pains us.

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Susan Blackmore ...
Herself
Konstantin Faigle ...
Himself
Piet Fuchs ...
Seelenverkäufer der Arbeit (scenes deleted)
Helene Grass ...
Marion Weber
Hubertus Hartmann ...
Tom Hodgkinson ...
Lilli Hollunder
Benjamin Hunnicutt ...
Himself
Roland Jankowsky ...
Heinz W. Krückeberg ...
Stefan Lampadius ...
Kollege Müller
Jochen Picht ...
Nina Proll ...
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Michael Schmidt-Salomon ...
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Its is a fetish, a mantra, a secret religion to modern man: work. In times of the financial crisis and massive job reductions, this documentary movie questions work as our 'hallow' sense in life in a way that both humors and pains us.

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