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Goldene Zeiten (2006)

Ingo organizes a charity event for the local golf club. Special guest will be the Hollywood star Douglas Burnett. But who remembers what the aging star looks like today?

Director:

Peter Thorwarth

Writers:

Peter Thorwarth (screenplay), Alexander M. Rümelin (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Wotan Wilke Möhring ... Ingo Schmitz
Dirk Benedict ... Douglas Burnett / John Striker / Horst Müller
Wolf Roth ... Jürgen Matthies
Gennadi Vengerov ... Sergej
Mark Zak Mark Zak ... Alexeji
Birgit Stein Birgit Stein ... Francesca Matthies / Reiseverkehrskauffrau
Ludger Pistor ... Dieter Kettwig
Stefano Polzoni Stefano Polzoni ... Giuseppe
Mario Diaz ... Roberto
Loretta Stern ... Jasmin / Giselle
Alexandra Neldel Alexandra Neldel ... Melanie
Bernd Herzsprung Bernd Herzsprung ... Klaus Scheurer
Ingrid Steeger ... Ulrike Scheurer
Edda Fischer Edda Fischer ... Golfdame Valerie
Hans Martin Stier Hans Martin Stier ... Bauer Buschschulte (as Hans-Martin Stier)
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Ingo organizes a charity event for the local golf club. Special guest will be the Hollywood star Douglas Burnett. But who remembers what the aging star looks like today?

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Comedy | Crime | Drama

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The Playboy issue that features "Melanie / Glamour Girl" (Alexandra Neldel) is the July issue in 1997 of the German Playboy that actually featured actress Alexandra Neldel. See more »

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References The A-Team (1983) See more »

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professional amateur movie
5 August 2006 | by ian-ternikSee all my reviews

Peter did with BANG BOOM BANG a very good and very funny movie - maybe the best German comedy in a new-style ever. But in his second movie you can see, that there is no substance in his art and talent. Maybe it is the same problem of Thomas Jahn, the director of Knocking On Heavens Door - no ideas and no talent for really good scripts. The look and the coolness of the business is more interesting then a good script and really good ideas.

And there is also for Peter as for Thomas nothing more as a filmmaker then their very funny first movies.

It is a typical situation for the German movies. One or two movies are really good, the rest is nothing but nonsenses and overacting as a movie-maker. Peter seems to be a wanna-be (and who watched his audio-commentary to Bang Boom Bang knows the he is a notorious wanna-be). The typical amateur-movie-setting (the all-time-local-hero feeling in his movies) makes him a good director for his town and friends. But for a good movie it needs more the then privacy of a local-hero.

So it is a professional amateur-movie.


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Country:

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Language:

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Release Date:

26 January 2006 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Eingelocht See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$267,259
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Dolby Digital | Dolby SR

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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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