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Santa Fe (1986)

Wohin und zurück - Teil 2: Santa Fé (original title)
Santa Fe begins where Corti's 1982 film God Does Not Believe In Us Anymore leaves off. In 1940, a ship arrives in New York harbor filled with exhausted Jewish immigrants desperate to begin ... See full summary »

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Axel Corti
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Cast

Credited cast:
Valda Aviks Valda Aviks
Gabriel Barylli Gabriel Barylli ... Freddy Wolff
Monica Bleibtreu Monica Bleibtreu ... Mrs. Shapiro
Tilli Breidenbach Tilli Breidenbach ... Frau Bauer
Doris Buchrucker ... Lissa
Judith Drake
Anton Duschek Anton Duschek
Renée Felden Renée Felden
Joachim Kemmer Joachim Kemmer ... Binder
Karin Kienzer Karin Kienzer
Franz J. Klein Franz J. Klein ... Dr. Bauer
Peter Lühr Peter Lühr ... Dr. Treumann
Leo Mazakarini Leo Mazakarini ... Améranth
Herbert Moulton Herbert Moulton
Dagmar Schwarz Dagmar Schwarz ... Frau Marmorek
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Santa Fe begins where Corti's 1982 film God Does Not Believe In Us Anymore leaves off. In 1940, a ship arrives in New York harbor filled with exhausted Jewish immigrants desperate to begin a new life. Freddy struggles to find work, learn English, and overcome his piercing alienation. His world of refugee acquaintances includes the depressed daughter of a poet/delicatessen owner, an aging surgeon who cannot find work, and a lovable charlatan photographer. A totally absorbing picture, which examines with complete assurance the hopes, doubts, and memories of immigrants who have no place to call home. Corti's trilogy continues with Welcome In Vienna. Written by National Center for Jewish Film

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Country:

Austria | West Germany

Language:

German | English

Release Date:

2 March 1986 (West Germany) See more »

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Santa Fe See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Excellent rendition of refugee life in war time New York
8 May 2009 | by joelbarrybrandtSee all my reviews

The second movie of a trilogy, Axel Corti continues an excellent portrayal of the the saga of refugee Jews from Central Europe. Axel Corti did a fabulous job of blending in stock footage of New York City of the early 1940's along with original footage from a film made during the mid- 1980's.

The characters are believable and the circumstances thy find themselves appear to be true to life. The acting appears to be flawless as I found to be true in the first of the trilogy, "God Does Not Believe in us Anymore" I have not as yet viewed the third movie as yet, Welcome to Vienna, but anticipate similar quality.


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