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What would you sacrifice to save the future, or rather what would you not sacrifice? When humankind strives to survive the tomorrow, it comes down to what individual action is justified and acceptable.

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Marco Kalantari
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Simon Licht Simon Licht ... Yuri
Verena Buratti Verena Buratti ... Ainoa
Gabriela Benesch Gabriela Benesch ... Kei
Edmund Jäger Edmund Jäger ... Anatol
Thure Riefenstein ... Nok
Anton Noori Anton Noori ... Dr. Vasiliy Kerensky
Johannes Stachl Johannes Stachl ... General Illushin
Manuela Haudek Manuela Haudek ... Akaya
Mathias Kahler Mathias Kahler ... Pavel (as Mathias Kahler-Polagnoli)
Marko Pustisek Marko Pustisek ... Boris
Denis Petkowitsch Denis Petkowitsch ... Karlenkow
Florentín Groll Florentín Groll ... Sonnenvater
Erik W. Goeller Erik W. Goeller ... Edota
Kari Rakkola Kari Rakkola ... Pjotr
Valentin Frais Valentin Frais ... Yuri as a Kid
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What would you sacrifice to save the future, or rather what would you not sacrifice? When humankind strives to survive the tomorrow, it comes down to what individual action is justified and acceptable.

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Adventure | Sci-Fi

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Country:

Austria

Language:

German

Release Date:

19 October 2006 (Austria) See more »

Also Known As:

Ainoa - A Profecia See more »

Filming Locations:

Theiß, Lower Austria, Austria

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Dolby Digital

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Color
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Shortly after filming began the original title "Thekken" was changed to "Ainoa" to avoid confusion with the similarly titled video game "Tekken". Although "Thekken" was the name of one of the main characters no dialogue lines mentioning the name were shot then. See more »

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annoying
25 October 2006 | by falko-3See all my reviews

having recently watched the Austrian horror film " in drei tagen bist du tot" (english international title "dead in three days"), which was, as far as I'm concerned, a very decent experiment, I was interested in recent developments inside the Austrian film scene towards making genre flicks; so the prospect of seeing a science fiction film made in Austria instantaneously spiked my curiosity. But, to make it short, I was deeply, deeply disappointed by what I saw. if it wasn't for the score that makes a huge effort in trying to generate at least some kind of suspense, this movie simply is unutterably boring. having seen the German original version, I was suffering immensely from the poor dialogs, which are equally poorly executed by the actors. after the first 15 minutes the story seemed to turn in circles- which actually was a good thing for a friend of mine, who got out of the theater to buy some drinks and returned 15 minutes later: I didn't have to tell him what was going on while he was gone, because actually nothing happened at all. I know how difficult film making with a small budget is and that the production of a film like AINOA should therefore be considered as an achievement in its own right, but to me this would only be true if the result was in any way at least interesting to watch. but watching tranquillized actors in poor star wars/mad max replica standing around saying things like "it is meant to be" over and over again, my initial goodwill concerning this project evaporated- by the end of the show, I considered "AINOA" to be my personal "ground zero"- in this sense, a "groundbreaking" movie.


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