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Falco - Verdammt, wir leben noch! ()


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The life story of 80'ies Austrian superstar Falco, the man behind the monster hit "Rock me, Amadeus". The story of Johann "Falco" Hölzel from young kid, the road from a band to his solo... See more »

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Manuel Rubey ...
Falco
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Jacqueline A.
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Horst Bork
Martin Loos ...
Billy Filanowski
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Markus Spiegel
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Maria Hölzel
Markus Mössmer ...
Hansi Lang
Doris Golpashin ...
Chouchou
David Haderer ...
Hansi Hölzel als Junge
Sebastian Gerlich ...
Billy Filanowski als Junge
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Prostituierte Bar Bijou
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Ö3 Redakteur
Stefanie Dvorak ...
Ö3 Redakteurin
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Kellnerin
Magdalena Achleitner ...
Carolina Tanja
Stefan Bernhard ...
Wickerl Adam
Karl Künstler ...
Stefan Weber
Katja Gerstl ...
Conny
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Alois Hölzel
Stuart Freeman ...
Solid Gold Moderator
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Thomas Rabitsch
Heribert Sasse ...
Arzt Donauinselfest
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Maklerin Los Angeles
Dick O'Hary ...
New York Host (as Dick O'Harry)
Michael Dangl ...
Tischgast
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Tischgast
Julian Sharp ...
Robert Ponger
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Elke
Julia Trojer ...
Susanne
Dorian Steidl ...
Reporter
Mola Adebisi ...
VJ
Rainer Frieb ...
Nachrichtensprecher
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Kellner
Tatjana Velimirov ...
Stewardess
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Frau im Turnsaal
Michelle Riff ...
Jeanny
Martina Hirsch ...
Prostituierte
Yulia Sheshina ...
Prostituierte
Jim Libby ...
MTV-Moderator
Stefan Lazckovics ...
Gitarrist Falco Band
July Skone ...
Drummer Falco Band
Boris Fiala ...
Bassist Falco Band
Kyrre Kvam ...
2. Gitarrist Falco Band (as Kyre Kvam)
Geyza Jurth ...
Trompeter Falco Band
Silvia Maria Schneider ...
Chorsängerin 'Hallucination Company' (as Silvia Schneider)
Anja Meinhardt ...
Chorsängerin 'Hallucination Company'
Florian Prokopetz ...
Saxophonist 'Drahdiwaberl'
Michael Paukner ...
Chorsänger 'Drahdiwaberl'
Diz Schrödl ...
Gitarrist 'Drahdiwaberl'
Gerald Weichselbaum ...
Bassist 'Drahdiwaberl'
Martin Scheer ...
Drums 'Drahdiwaberl'
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Simon G. Mueller ...
Bouncer (uncredited)
Stefan Müller ...
Man in Tram (uncredited)
Julia Prock-Schauer ...
Barmaid (uncredited)
Marjan Shaki ...
ZDF-Moderatorin (uncredited)

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Thomas Roth

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Thomas Roth ... (writer)

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Rudolf Culka ... line producer: USA & Dominican Republic
Ferdinand Dohna ... producer
Andreas Kamm ... producer
Jan Mojto ... producer
Kurt J. Mrkwicka ... producer

Music by

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Lothar Scherpe

Cinematography by

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Jo Molitoris

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Bernhard Schmid

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Judith Doppler
Eva Roth

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Georg Resetschnig

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Erika Navas

Makeup Department

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Julia Hrdina ... makeup artist
Danijela Ibricic ... makeup artist / makeup designer
Adolf Uhrmacher ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Rudolf Culka ... unit production manager: USA & Dominican Republic
Edward Oleschak ... unit manager: Los Angeles
Markus Pauser ... production manager
Christoph Sadofsky ... second unit manager
Robert Sattler ... first unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Peter Palka ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Michael Aberer ... outdoor props
Franz Hofmann ... outdoor props
Katrin Huber ... indoor props
Hubert Rinnhofer ... outdoor props

Sound Department

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Roland Dutzler ... sound editor
Torsten Heinemann ... sound editor
Bernhard Maisch ... re-recording mixer
Philipp Schrems ... assistant sound
Nikolaus Yvon ... sound editor
Dietmar Zuson ... sound
Andreas Schneider ... foley artist (uncredited)

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Tissi Brandhofer ... special effects supervisor
Cornelia Dworak ... special effects
Harry Siebler ... special effects

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Fritz Dorfner ... CGI artist
Raffael Leb ... supervisor
Felix Rothmayer ... visual effects

Stunts

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Tissi Brandhofer ... stunt coordinator
Cornelia Dworak ... stuntdouble: patrizia aulitzky
Harry Siebler ... assistant stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Vladimir Bilic ... electrician
Petro Domenigg ... still photographer
Camillo Foramitti ... additional assistant camera
Herwig Gruber ... lighting technician
Richard Rath ... lighting technician
Chris Reichel ... dolly grip
Wolfgang Vince ... gaffer
Richard Wagner ... first assistant camera
Thomas Welz ... lighting technician

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Agnes Burghardt ... assistant costume designer
Anne Kölbl ... wardrobe
Julia Reinhartshuber ... wardrobe
Sabine Waszmer ... assistant costume designer
Sarah Weber ... wardrobe

Location Management

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Peter Altendorfer ... location unit manager

Music Department

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Falco ... soundtrack

Other crew

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Rudolf Culka ... researcher
Mercedes Del Rosario ... local crew dominican republic
Gina Ertl ... production assistant
Kay Gertler ... production assistant
Alice Gromez ... script
Desiree Somos ... production assistant

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Plot Summary

"Falco - Verdammt wir leben noch" deals with life, work and tragic death of Johann "Falco" Hölzel. The biopic is portraying his work through his early days, as member of the Viennese band "Drahdiwaberl" and later with his own hits as solo artist, like "Der Kommissar", "Wiener Blut" and his worldwide smash-hit "Rock Me Amadeus". Written by themoth-1

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Also Known As
  • Falco: Damn It, We're Still Alive! (Europe, English title)
  • Falco - Az ördögbe is, még élünk! (Hungary)
  • Фалько - Чёрт возьми, мы всё ещё живы! (Russia)
  • Falco (Norway)
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Runtime
  • 109 min
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Budget EUR3,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Robert Stadlober was cast as Johann 'Falco' Hölzel but left production only days before filming would have started. He was later replaced by Manuel Rubey. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Die 28. Sendung: Waterloo & Manuel Rubey (2008). See more »
Soundtracks Rock Me Amadeus See more »
Quotes Johann 'Falco' Hölzel: In Wien musst' erst sterben, bevor sie dich hochleben lassen. Aber dann lebst' lang.
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