(TV Series)

Die Rückkehr ()


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Martin donated a kidney anyway, which saved Roman's life, but instead of gymnast he'll need a new future as engineering student. As reward, Falk has Julia released, but the ingrate keeps... See more »

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Martin Kupfer
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Falk Kupfer
Uwe Kockisch ...
Hans Kupfer
Ruth Reinecke ...
Marlene Kupfer
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Dunja Hausmann (as Katrin Sass)
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Vera Kupfer
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Julia Hausmann
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Robert Wolff
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Nicole Henning
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Peter Görlitz
Hansjürgen Hürrig ...
Generalleutnant Gaucke
Sven Lehmann ...
Major Geifel
Ferdinand Lehmann ...
Roman Kupfer
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Ute Dannowski
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Thomas Henning

Directed by

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Friedemann Fromm

Written by

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Annette Hess ... (based on an idea by)
 
Friedemann Fromm ... (written by)

Produced by

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Jana Brandt ... commissioning editor
Peter Hartwig ... line producer
Marc Müller-Kaldenberg ... executive producer
André Naumann ... line producer: MDR
Wolfgang Voigt ... commissioning editor
Regina Ziegler ... executive producer

Music by

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Martin Hornung
Stefan Mertin

Cinematography by

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Michael Wiesweg

Film Editing by

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Annemarie Bremer

Editorial Department

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Jule Görth ... assistant editor (uncredited)
Tobias Wiedmer ... colorist (uncredited)

Casting By

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Heta Mantscheff

Production Design by

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Frank Godt

Art Direction by

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Ludwig Schlepegrell ... (uncredited)

Costume Design by

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Monika Hinz

Makeup Department

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Annette Pramor ... makeup artist (as Annette Oehlkers)
Uta Spikermann ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Ines Frederich ... unit manager
Jutta Paarmann ... production manager
Tillman Schmidt-Kärner ... post-production supervisor
Tom Sielski ... set unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Stephan Brunn ... assistant director

Art Department

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Arndt Kühne ... property master
Utz Neumann ... stand-by props
Udo Seitner ... set painter (uncredited)
Falk Stolte ... set builder (uncredited)
Nina Strathmann ... graphic artist (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Eckhard Blach ... sound designer
Raoul Grass ... sound mixer
Clemens Grulich ... re-recording mixer
Karsten Paarmann ... boom operator
Jürgen Göpfert ... second unit sound mixer (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Michael Bouterweck ... special effects coordinator (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Johannes Mewes ... digital compositor (uncredited)

Stunts

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Necla Özbek ... stunt double: Hannah Herzsprung (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Robert Günther ... first assistant camera
Hendrik A. Kley ... "b" camera operator
Anna Schenk ... first assistant camera
Malte Beckmann ... electrician (uncredited)
Raiko Epperlein ... best boy (uncredited)
Justus Hasenzahl ... gaffer (uncredited)
Jochen Keller ... data assistant (uncredited)
Dirk Schlobohm ... "c" camera operator (uncredited)
Christof Stammberger ... electrician (uncredited)
Marc Wiesenthal ... electrician (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Anne Schmidt ... costumer (uncredited)
Kriszta Schmitz ... costumer (uncredited)

Location Management

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Jörg Isenhardt ... location manager (uncredited)

Music Department

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Stefan Broedner ... music supervisor

Transportation Department

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Wolfgang Zuber ... property driver (uncredited)

Other crew

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Maxi Garden ... set runner (uncredited)
Kordula Hildebrandt ... publicist (uncredited)
Mario Lindner ... production accountant (uncredited)
Iris Roth ... script supervisor (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Plot Summary

Martin donated a kidney anyway, which saved Roman's life, but instead of gymnast he'll need a new future as engineering student. As reward, Falk has Julia released, but the ingrate keeps Martin waiting, rather meeting her new lush mother, somehow blaming 'coward' Martin for the miscarriage. Vera being icy to Falk, he starts marriage counseling from a psychologist, whose past he uses to steer her. Vera meets and falls for children's home buddy Nicole's brother, free-spirited protestant preacher Robert Wolff, who takes her along to punk-concerts and the politically risky environmentalist action group against Bitterfeld chemistry, blaming toxic waste for Nicole's cripple son Thomas's condition. Activist Frank Luchnik duly fears Vera may be a StaSi spy, and indeed Falk's rival Geifel spots her on routine observation pictures. Written by KGF Vissers

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Also Known As
  • Die Rückkehr (Germany)
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  • 49 min
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