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Sieh zu dass du Land gewinnst (2006)

Nike, 19 years old, is a civil servant trainee at the immigration department in Hanover, but still lives with her father on his farm, where he tries to cultivate strawberries for the first ... See full summary »

Director:

Kerstin Ahlrichs
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Cast

Credited cast:
Anna Maria Mühe ... Nike Hoffman
Susanne Bormann ... Suse Klapproth
Lea Mornar ... Milena
Hansjürgen Hürrig Hansjürgen Hürrig ... Martin Hoffman
Ruth Reinecke Ruth Reinecke ... Frau Tetzlaff
Roswitha Schreiner ... Gaby
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Thommi Baake Thommi Baake ... Bahnhofspolizist
Günter Barton Günter Barton ... Verwaltungsangestellter
Natascha Bondar Natascha Bondar ... Dr. Voranin
Niels Bormann Niels Bormann ... Lukas
Hans Brückner Hans Brückner ... Hermann
Hülya Duyar Hülya Duyar ... Frau Kirdemir
Mark Eichenseher Mark Eichenseher ... Mann im Blaumann
Gabriele Hiepko Gabriele Hiepko ... Fahrkartenverkäuferin
Martin G. Kunze Martin G. Kunze ... Ralf
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Nike, 19 years old, is a civil servant trainee at the immigration department in Hanover, but still lives with her father on his farm, where he tries to cultivate strawberries for the first time to overcome financial problems. However, while bringing in the crops, he suffers a heart attack. Suddenly, Nike has to take over business, but soon realizes that most of her father's employees are illegal immigrants... Written by fippi2000

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

1 June 2007 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Une terre à gagner See more »

Filming Locations:

Berlin, Germany See more »

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In one scene, we see an InterCity train passing by. This scene is obviously shown in reverse, because the cab car at the supposed "end" of the train clearly shows the three-light "head of train" indication. See more »

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