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Das chinesische Wunder (1977)

The young surgeon Kristian Keller is an idealistic doctor. He has long been disgusted by the greed of many colleagues who are no longer driven by the will to help sick people.
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Cast

Credited cast:
Heinz Rühmann ... Poliakoff
Senta Berger ... Detta Gaspardi
Peter Pasetti ... Gaspardi
Harald Leipnitz ... Dr. Linkers
Christian Kohlund ... Dr. Kristian Keller
Friedhelm Lehmann Friedhelm Lehmann ... Dr. Folkmann
Sabi Dorr Sabi Dorr ... Dr. Singh
Bert Fortell Bert Fortell ... Theo
Herbert Fux ... Menzel
Reinhard Kolldehoff ... Flugkapitän
Lisa Chung Ding Dong Lisa Chung Ding Dong ... Mei-Lan
Gaby Herbst Gaby Herbst
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dieter B. Gerlach Dieter B. Gerlach
Elisabeth Karg Elisabeth Karg
Marion Kracht Marion Kracht
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The young surgeon Kristian Keller is an idealistic doctor. He has long been disgusted by the greed of many colleagues who are no longer driven by the will to help sick people.

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Country:

West Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

21 January 1977 (West Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Chinese Miracle See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Cinema 77 See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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HEAVILY DRUGGED DRAMA
25 September 1999 | by J. SteedSee all my reviews

This is a dreadful and almost unbearable drama about a doctor who discovers acupuncture and along the way falls in love with Senta Berger because she sows a button on his overcoat; I always assumed that Berger had other attractions, but as I write this I suddenly realize what the connection is, wow what a clever script.

Not only the subject of the badly written script is boring, Liebeneiner directs with disinterest - and who could blame him. The cast seems to be on heavy drugs, with the exception of Heinz Rühmann who has a fine performance during 30 minutes or so but can not save the film; and what is his character doing in Hong Kong anyway?

To add some realism and life to the film Liebeneiner shows an authentic heart transplant, suddenly making the film into a medical information film; what made him think that this is needed in a feature film? You might be needing acupuncture yourself to ease the mental pain when watching this dud.


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