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Mit fünfzig küssen Männer anders (1999)

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Credited cast:
Senta Berger ... Marie Mechlenburg
Ulrich Pleitgen Ulrich Pleitgen ... Dietrich Mechlenburg
Konstantin Wecker Konstantin Wecker ... Gerd
Hans Peter Hallwachs Hans Peter Hallwachs ... Eugen
Eleonore Weisgerber Eleonore Weisgerber ... Anna Kötter
Gerd Wameling Gerd Wameling ... Udo Kötter
Tina Ruland ... Petra
Heinrich Schafmeister ... Bernhard
Daniela Ziegler Daniela Ziegler ... Galeristin Dorit Martens
Martin Feifel ... Kevin
Edgar Selge ... Dr. Heinrich
Sven Lehmann Sven Lehmann ... Strategietrainer Tim
Thomas Kylau Thomas Kylau ... Herr Andernach (as Thomas Kylan)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Toni Netzle Toni Netzle ... Vermietet Speicher
Michael Schreiner Michael Schreiner ... Teilnehmer am Strategietraining
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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

9 April 1999 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Todos los hombres besan diferente See more »

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Stereo

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A trifle by von Trotta
27 September 2016 | by werwolf_dkSee all my reviews

This TV-movie is like a meringue with a lot of whipped air. I chose it originally because of Senta Berger and became more interested when I saw hat it was directed by Margarete von Trotta. But this is not serious stuff at all. People on the edge of a mid-life crisis try to choose different strategies to overcome the limits of options that will come invariably when they get older. This tries to be a comedy, but the characters never get really likable. The desperate housewife seeking refuge in alternative medicine, alcohol or painting and her friend, the retired vamp who still tries to take what she can get are caricatures. The men have some superficial interests and try compete on the pecking order. But also they are caricatures. We have seen the greed for money and power in more powerful presentation. If the men were more grotesque, they could become part of a satire, but here they do not even develop into three dimensions. They remain flat buffoons. Altogether this film works mostly like a dime novel filmed with distorting mirrors. A bit like Bridget Jones on the way to early retirement


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