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Regina auf den Stufen 

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Series cast summary:
Katja Riemann ...  Regina 10 episodes, 1992
Mark Kuhn Mark Kuhn ...  Martin 10 episodes, 1992
Serge Avedikian Serge Avedikian ...  Janos 9 episodes, 1992
Jeane Manson Jeane Manson ...  Henriette 9 episodes, 1992
Erich Hallhuber Erich Hallhuber ...  Paul Oldenhoff 8 episodes, 1992
Karin Kienzer Karin Kienzer ...  Gaby Oldenhoff 8 episodes, 1992
Roswitha Schreiner ...  Stups 5 episodes, 1992
Hans Stetter Hans Stetter ...  Onkel Fritz 5 episodes, 1992
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Germany | Austria

Language:

German

Release Date:

7 January 1992 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Regina on the Ladder to Success See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Strong piece over 9 hours
28 January 2009 | by suchenwiSee all my reviews

10 episodes of 54 minutes makes 9 hours. With the 3-dvd set, you can watch it all in a row, and I did (on a bed-ridden day).

Katja Riemann sure shines (and won a price for Best New Actress) in this exuberant epic set in 1956/57 West Germany.

We get a quite complex story around Regina (fled from East Germany, to Munich). On a 1956 New Year's Day celebration, she gets involved with Martin, who was just freed from Soviet prisons. Then there's the genial (but weird) Hungarian photographer Janos.. and about a dozen other main characters, of which I liked most the old photographer Brunnhuber, and Stups, the secretary who made her own business.

The 1950s were quite nicely recreated (as far as I can tell, born 1956), mostly in period cars (let me drop some brand names: Steyr, Goliath, Lloyd, Borgward,...), and many other props. After initial doubts, the meandering story drew me in, a little bit more with each episode.

Utta Danella, after whose book this serial was made, has a reputation for popular but ultimately trivial novels for a female readership. That may well be, but even as a male I enjoyed this 9-hours show. Very much, even though I suffered through the only "action" scene where a Borgward Isabella is crashed...


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