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Laurin ()


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Children have been disappearing under mysterious circumstances in a 19th century German village. A young girl soon becomes haunted by disturbing visions of the missing kids.

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Dóra Szinetár ...
Laurin (as Dora Szinetar)
Brigitte Karner ...
Flora Andersen
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Van Rees (as Karoly Eperjes)
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Olga (as Hedi Temessy)
Barnabás Tóth ...
Stefan Berghaus (as Barnabas Toth)
Kati Sir ...
Frau Greta Berghaus (as Katalin Sir)
Endre Kátay ...
Pastor Van Rees (as Endre Katay)
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Arne (as Janos Derzsi)
Zoltán Gera ...
Herr Engels (as Zoltan Gera)
Ildikó Hámori ...
Frau Johansson (as Ildiko Hamori)
Zsolt Szerenyi ...
Zigeunerjunge
Ottilia Marschek ...
Zwillingsschwester
Gabriella Marschek ...
Zwillingsschwester
Attila Hajdu ...
Enno
Gábor Németh ...
Nikolas (as Gabor Nemeth)
Zoltán Gyorgy ...
Van Rees (10 Jahre alt) (as Zoltan Györfy)
Balázs Tardy ...
Erster Zigeuner (as Balazs Tardi)
Bela Kasi ...
Zweiter Zigeuner (as Bela Kasi)
Zsolt Lakatos ...
Zweiter Zigeunerjunge
Katalin Lappath ...
Wienke
Chris Dalton ...
Erster Matrose
Karoly Veres ...
Zweiter Matrose
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Schäfer / Soldat
Hobo ...
Schwarzer Hund (dog)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Peter Petrik ...
Ennos Freund (uncredited)

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Robert Sigl

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Ádám Rozgonyi ... (screenplay collaboration) (as Adam Rozgonyi)
 
Robert Sigl ... ()

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Andreas Bareiß ... producer (as Andreas Bareiss)
György Onódi ... executive producer (as György Onodi)
Róbert Prokopp ... executive producer (as Robert Prokopp)
Bernie Stampfer ... producer (as Bernhardt Stampfer)

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Hans Jansen
Jacques Zwart

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Nyika Jancsó ... (as Nyika Jancso)

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Teri Losonci

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Helga Borsche ... editorial advisor
Emese Mészáros ... assistant editor (as Emese Meszaros)

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Gizella Koppány ... (as Gizi Koppany)

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Edit Basilides ... makeup artist
Gabi Várnai ... hair stylist (as Gabriella Varnai)

Production Management

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Ildikó Kovács ... unit manager
Péter Rutkai ... unit manager
Susan Schulte ... executive in charge of production
Miklós Szita ... production manager (as Miklos Szita)

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Péter Barbalics ... first assistant director (as Peter Barbalits)
Petra Doba Simkó ... third assistant director (as Petra Simko Doba)
Péter Gyõry ... second assistant director (as Peter Györy)

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István Galambos ... assistant designer (as Istvan Galambos)
Éva Martin ... set design (as Eva Martin)
Lajos E. Szabó ... stand-by painter
Gyula Toth ... property master

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Lajos Ledniczky ... sound assistant
István Wolf ... sound (as Istvan Wolf)

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György Solymosi ... special effects
György Velezdi ... special effects (as György Velezdy)

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Sándor Császár ... chief lighting technician (as Sandor Csaszar)
György Erös ... lighting technician
Kornél Fiskovszky ... lighting technician (as Kornel Fiskovszky)
Rudolf Graczer ... assistant camera (as Rudolf Gratzer)
József Halom ... camera operator (as Jozsef Halom)
István Hegedûs ... best boy
Ferenc Németh ... camera technician (as Ferenc Nemeth)
Peter Sebök ... lighting technician
Imre Sisa ... key and dolly grip
László Sudár ... lighting technician (as Laszlo Sudar)
András Váradi ... assistant camera (as Andras Varadi)

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Klára Gulyás ... assistant costumer (as Klari Gulyas)
Bea Hoffmann ... wardrobe

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Istvan Erdei ... production driver
Jozsef Hoffer ... production driver
Jozsef Pethö ... production driver

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Gabriella Antall ... script (as Gabriella Antall)
Péter Bacsó ... consultant (as Peter Bacso)
Gloria Burkert ... production business manager
Ruth Carlson ... dialogue coach
Tina Dittlein ... coordinator
Peter Dress ... production assistant
Andrea Janossy ... caterer
Géza Jánossy ... caterer (as Geza Janossy)
Tamás Kende ... photos
Ágnes Kökönyei ... production secretary (as Agi Kökönyei)
Antonio Morvai ... interpreter
Johann Raps ... production business manager
Sigrid Reti ... production assistant (as Dr. Sigrid Reti)
David Scharfenberg ... historical research
Ferenc Tolvaly ... production preparation
Imre Varga ... opticals
Béla Vaszary ... set doctor

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Plot Summary

A small port at the turn of last century, embedded in a romantic river landscape with dense woods and a large castle ruin on a hill. Laurin, a pretty girl aged nine, lives together with her young mother Flora, her father Arne and her somewhat peculiar grandmother, Olga, in a remote, ivy-clad cottage in the middle of the forest. Laurin's father is a sailor and he often has to leave his family back for more than a couple of months. One evening Flora takes her husband for the long way down to the harbour. On her way back through night and storm she dies under mysterious circumstances, crashing through the rotten railing of a long, wooden bridge and drowning in the icy water of the river. Flora's death appears like a horrible accident, yet her little daughter feels that something evil is concealed in the village community. Two years later, Laurin's father has gone off to sea again and the girl stays alone with her grandmother. It is now, that Van Rees, the parson's son, returns from the military service and is offered the job of the village teacher. Laurin feels somehow attracted to the dark-haired man with his gloomy and melancholy glance. With curiosity Laurin observes Van Rees' strange affection for her schoolfriend Stefan, remembering, that in the night of her mother's death a gypsy boy was attacked by a man in front of her window. From now on Laurin is tortured by bizarre dreams and visions. She realizes step by step that Flora and the gypsy boy have fallen victims to a murderer who haunts the castle ruin in the company of a black wolfish dog. Then Stefan suddenly disappears. Laurin scours the castle ruin and discovers a trapdoor leading down into a vault. There she encounters nightmare and terror. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Laurin: A Journey Into Death (Canada, English title)
  • Лорен (Russia)
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  • 84 min
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