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Die Sturzflieger (1995)

A wanna-be rebellic space pilot and his old and clumsy cyborg get each other in trouble.

Director:

Peter F. Bringmann

Writer:

Matthias Seelig
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Götz George ... Max
Ingo Naujoks Ingo Naujoks ... Rio Kowalski
Anja Kling Anja Kling ... Angie
Michael Markfort Michael Markfort ... Spike
Paulus Manker ... Garcia
Michael Habeck ... Nelson Lee
Robert Fasser Robert Fasser ... Drago
András Fricsay Kali Son András Fricsay Kali Son ... Gibson
Jochen Nickel ... Lennox
Sigo Lorfeo Sigo Lorfeo ... Luigi
Andreas Kunze Andreas Kunze ... Mann am Totalisator
Peter Clös Peter Clös ... Redner
Roland Kabelitz Roland Kabelitz ... Ali
Hans Böhm Hans Böhm
Frank Kanakusen Frank Kanakusen
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Storyline

Rio Kowalski is a merchant and runs a starship along with his cyborg Max. As times aren't well he must take passengers on his freighter. When the undestroyable and multi-million dollar insured starship Titanius is stranded Rio sees his time has come. He would just have to manage to be the first to find the Titanius. However first he has to get rid of his passengers... Written by Oliver Heidelbach

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cyborg | fortune hunter | See All (2) »

Genres:

Comedy | Sci-Fi

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Details

Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

14 December 1995 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

DEM 15,000,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Dolby SR

Color:

Color
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Trivia

Partly filmed at a set built for the scene in Enemy Mine (1985) when Davidge is brought to the hospital in the starship. See more »

Connections

References The Tiger of Eschnapur (1938) See more »

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UNBEARABLE
24 February 1999 | by jan onderwaterSee all my reviews

The tagline was "Roadmovie auf der Milchstraße"; they should have shot this unbearable film far into space. The story (or what appears to be one) is totally aimless, every joke falls flat, the specials effects and sets are implausible, the cast is very much in need of oxygen. Götz George has his worst part ever.

The makers were even not ashamed to misuse Dean Martin for no purpose on the soundtrack.


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