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Ain't Nothin' Without You (1985)

Nicht nichts ohne Dich (original title)
| Comedy | 1985 (Italy)
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Credited cast:
Klaus Bueb Klaus Bueb ... Alfred
Pia Frankenberg Pia Frankenberg ... Martha
Adelina Almeida Adelina Almeida ... Teresa
Thomas Struck Thomas Struck ... Frau Strack
Alfred Edel Alfred Edel ... Dr. Götz
Dieter Kosslick ... Schwennicke Innen
Hark Bohm Hark Bohm ... Architekturprofessor
Ilona Bruver Ilona Bruver ... Interviewerin (as Ilona Ribowski-Bruwer)
Emma Israel Emma Israel ... Alte Frau in der U-Bahn
Fats G. Pachsteffl Fats G. Pachsteffl ... Mann mit Gedichten
Jörn Hüsing Jörn Hüsing ... Alfreds Mitbewohner
Gabariela Almeida-Sedas Gabariela Almeida-Sedas ... Marthas Mitbewohnerin
Felipe Almeida-Sedas Felipe Almeida-Sedas ... Marthas Mitbewohner
Guilherme Almeida-Sedas Guilherme Almeida-Sedas ... Marthas Mitbewohner
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
José Aparicio José Aparicio ... Santos
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Country:

West Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

1985 (Italy) See more »

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Ain't Nothin' Without You See more »

Filming Locations:

Hamburg, Germany

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1.85 : 1
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Noisy Martha?
19 December 2010 | by mjneu59See all my reviews

An accurate translation of the original title is 'Not Nothing Without You' but, for whatever reason, the subtitled English print I saw at the Pacific Film Archive in Berkeley (in January of 1987) was renamed 'Noisy Martha'. The title character may be a trifle neurotic (or, in her own words, superficial), but there's certainly nothing even remotely loud in her voice or behavior. Martha's problem, shared with the world in general, is one of miscommunication; every character in the film seems to be out of sync with everyone else. Fortunately, writer director Pia Frankenberg isn't half as bewildered as her protagonist, who she portrays in the film (and who, incidentally, is also a filmmaker). It's a difficult movie to categorize: humorous without being distinctly funny, vague without being meaningless, and seemingly slapped together with spontaneous ease.


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