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Die Frau die an Dr. Fabian zweifelte (2002)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Robert Glatzeder Robert Glatzeder ... Paul
Dieter Pfaff Dieter Pfaff ... Willi
Lilia Lehner Lilia Lehner ... Lena
Traute Hoess ... Maria
Alexander Strobele Alexander Strobele ... Ingo
Steffen Scheumann Steffen Scheumann ... Super (as Steffen Schult)
Nina Petri ... Nurse
Heinrich Giskes Heinrich Giskes ... Hausmeister
Alexander Weise Alexander Weise ... Glatze
Peter Davor Peter Davor ... Polizist Theo
Jürgen Kloth Jürgen Kloth ... Älterer Polizist
Günther Knecht Günther Knecht ... Bauer
Jürgen Mikol Jürgen Mikol ... Verkäufer
Pierre Siegenthaler Pierre Siegenthaler ... Wirt
Jo Betzing Jo Betzing ... Patient (as Joe Betzing)
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Eine spritzig herbe Komödie! Das ist so. Ende!


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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

15 August 2002 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

The Woman Who Doubted Dr. Fabian See more »

Filming Locations:

Germany

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The character of Willi is based on a real person author-director Andi Rogenhagen met while touring through Australia. See more »

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References Pulp Fiction (1994) See more »

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Performed by Popacid
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a little bit of everything, but not enough
20 February 2003 | by amlethusSee all my reviews

As much as the (current german) trailer reveals, might be repeated here: Little boy is supposed to study in medicine in the big town. But sunny boy prefers party, and delivering happy pills for shady guys. When daddy finds out, He takes him back to the village, locks him up in the dogs cage, gives him a "doctor novel" to read: "When you know this out of memory, you can go".

The movie mixes lots of genres, a little bit of Comedy, Farce, Thriller, and social study. Enough to carry on the movie, but not enough to satisfy. regularly it builds up expectations only to tell you "gotcha!" - but very weak and unenthusiastic. Might be it's trying to break conventions - but only a little bit.

Nonetheless, it is charming, the actors (again: somewhat stereotype, somewhat "interesting") are convincing in what they do, and both daddy and sunny boys little "pearl" are a joy to watch. Nice, but not necessary.


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