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Marlene (2020)

Frank is a contract killer working for a large Styrian crime syndicate. When he is given the task of abducting a girl named Marlene and delivering her to the syndicate, everything changes ... See full summary »

Director:

Stefan Müller

Writer:

Stefan Müller
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Cast

Credited cast:
Franz Bischof Franz Bischof ... Seppi
Siruan Darbandi Siruan Darbandi ... Felix
Thomas Geiger Thomas Geiger ... Wachmann
Sophia Grabner Sophia Grabner ... Lola
Paul Hassler Paul Hassler ... Frank
Caroline Hochfelner Caroline Hochfelner ... Marlene (as Caroline Mercedes Hochfelner)
Lukas Johne Lukas Johne ... City Slicker
Monika Kupper Monika Kupper ... Dirne der Kaiserin
Eva Maria Marold Eva Maria Marold ... Kaiserin
David Miesmer ... Bösewicht
Corinna Pumm ... Katharina
Daphne Reitinger Daphne Reitinger ... Marlenes Freundin
August Schmölzer August Schmölzer ... Boss
Martin Sohar Martin Sohar ... Harry
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Frank is a contract killer working for a large Styrian crime syndicate. When he is given the task of abducting a girl named Marlene and delivering her to the syndicate, everything changes for Frank. He falls in love with Marlene and disobeys his superiors, who in turn take matters into their own hands and abduct Marlene themselves. Now Frank has to battle the blunt forces of the syndicate in order to save Marlene.

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Trivia

During the Dating Scene in the cinema, the movie Frank and Marlene are watching is "Tartarus", the second film Stefan Müller directed back in 2010. See more »

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References The Thing (1982) See more »

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With a conscience
10 October 2020 | by kosmaspSee all my reviews

Our main character may be on the wrong side of the law, but he does have a conscience. Actually he probably thinks he's doing good things all along. He even says so at one point, which brings up the question if he deliberately ignores what he does or if he was just gullible.

Whatever the case, the movie is quite by the numbers ... but in an Austian setting (not to be confused with Australia!). The accent tells you this - if you understand them. But it is also filled with cliches and ... well not good CGI. Although the latter can work, especially if you give the movie some slack, considering it is only low budget, it is ok. Overall nothing new and the lead does not help elevate this either (imho)


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Country:

Austria

Language:

German

Release Date:

22 August 2020 (Germany) See more »

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Budget:

EUR100,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Fly Oli, LOOM See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

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Color (HD)| Black and White (one scene)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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