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An African-German Author loses his memory and is used by a modern National Socialist Party as promotion-figure for more political power over Germany.

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Sven Stanislawski
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Sebastian Klein
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Nina Schmidt
Jacob Matschenz ...
Johnny
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Kalle Schulze
Oliver Bröcker ...
Sascha Heinze
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Florian Meyer
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Doreen
Thelma Buabeng ...
Stella Gustafsson
Jörg Bundschuh ...
Heiko Georgi
Joseph Konrad Bundschuh ...
Meiko Georgi (as Joseph Bundschuh)
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Heidrun Georgi
Desiree Klaeukens ...
Sterni - Antifa-Aktivistin
Moritz Krämer ...
Hagel - Antifa-Aktivist
Sven Taddicken ...
Henry Holzmann - Theaterregisseur
Alexander Hörbe ...
Bürgermeister von Prittwitz
Stefanie Ren ...
Imbißbetreiberin
Ruth Bickelhaupt ...
Doreens Oma
Alfred Holighaus ...
Polizist in Prittwitz #1
Christian Ehrich ...
Polizist in Prittwitz #2
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Skinhead #1
Jan Krebs ...
Skinhead #2
Andrej Vanichev ...
Skinhead #3
Martin Schmidt ...
Skinhead #4
Nela Schmitz ...
Stefanie - Ninas beste Freundin
Maurice Summen ...
Fabian - deren Lebensgefährte
Michael Kind ...
Verfassungsschützer K. - Brandenburg
Heinz Rudolf Kunze ...
Verfassungsschützer B. - Thüringen
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Verfassungsschützer F. - Sachsen
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Kollege F.
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Kollege B.
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Verfassungsschutzchef
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Graf Ludbert zu Regenstauf
Alexander Khuon ...
Graf Ludberts persönlicher Referent
Oliver Gehrs ...
Dr. Martin Feurich - Politiker
Erik Schmitt ...
Alexander Strecker - Triathlet
Deniz Ekinci ...
Gröfaz - Rapper
Leslie Malton ...
Dr. Waltraud Büthner - Internatsleiterin
Maxie Grossmann ...
Hostess
Hannes Gwisdek ...
Protestierer #1
Krischan Horn ...
Protestierer #2
Johnny Haeusler ...
Fernsehredakteur
Axel Ranisch ...
Unhold im Wald
Dietrich Kuhlbrodt ...
Altnazi (Bettnachbar)
Robert Gwisdek ...
Derselbe in jung
Sanam Afrashteh ...
Fiebermessende Krankenschwester
Johanna Penski ...
Lesekundige Dame
Lena-Marie Seyfarth ...
Von Kalle misshandelte Krankenschwester (as Lena Marie Seyfarth)
Marco Albrecht ...
Hilferufender Pfleger
Gabriele Summen ...
Mutter
Yolanda Summen ...
Kind
Alin Coen ...
Polizist am Krankenhaus #1
Philipp Poisel ...
Polizist am Krankenhaus #2
Peter Trabner ...
Untersuchungsrichter
Frank Spilker ...
Polizist im Gerichtssaal
Lena Lessing ...
Hundebesitzerin
Matthias Elwardt ...
Fernsehjournalist
Felix von Manteuffel ...
Dr. Jens Grotrian
David Sieveking ...
Talkshowmoderator
Marie-Lou Sellem ...
Integrationsbeauftragte
Heike-Melba Fendel ...
Professorin
Daniel Nocke ...
Linguist
Tina Pfurr ...
Fotografierender Fan
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Teenager
Shahin Shokoui ...
Volkes Stimme #1
Ali Ayad ...
Volkes Stimme #2
Ahmet Cakirogullari ...
Volkes Stimme #3
Veit Stübner ...
Schützenvereinsvorsitzender
Jockel Tschiersch ...
Bundeswehrausbilder
Martin Knispel ...
Rekrut #1
Florian Schwarz ...
Rekrut #2
Maximilian Erlenwein ...
Diensthabender Soldat
Karla Kutzner ...
Holocaust an den Tieren #1
Martin Frühmorgen ...
Holocaust an den Tieren #2
Marcel Neudeck ...
Einheitsfront
Susanne Winge ...
Hitlerjugendfrisur #1
August Zachrisson ...
Hitlerjugendfrisur #2
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Theaterschauspielerin #1
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Theaterschauspielerin #2
Monika Anna Wojtyllo ...
Theaterschauspielerin #3
Stefanie Antonia Wermeling ...
Dramaturgin
Zora Rux ...
Regiehospitantin
Ganja Heyn ...
Fan
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Frau im Spätkauf
Çetin Ipekkaya ...
Mann im Spätkauf
Kai Lachmann ...
Polizist #1 im Spätkauf
Gudrun Heim ...
Polizist #2 im Spätkauf
Rainer G. Ott ...
Polizist #3 im Spätkauf
Thees Uhlmann ...
Polizist #4 im Spätkauf
Francesco Wilking ...
Polizist auf der Straße #1
Gisbert zu Knyphausen ...
Polizist auf der Straße #2
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Andrea Renner - Moderatorin 'Auf die 12'
Hans Brückner ...
Dr. Joseph Bechstein - CSU Landesgruppenvorsitzender
Katharina Spiering ...
Sabine Kachel - MdB für die Linkspartei
Heiner Hardt ...
Hans Steingräber - Kolumnist
Bernhard Marsch ...
Eckart Förster - Besorgter Bürger
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Dietrich Brüggemann - Filmregisseur
Wanja Müller ...
Tomatenwerfer
Marcus Wiebusch ...
Polizist am Telefon
Oliver Kienle ...
Wotans Herrchen
Cornelis Haehnel ...
Flaggenexperte
Andreas Schaap ...
Panzerschütze
Oliver Baumgarten ...
Adjutant der Kanzlerin
Antonia von Romatowski ...
Die Kanzlerin (voice)
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Österreichische Bundeskanzlerin
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Tätowierungsentferner
Tim Neuhaus ...
Polizist im Park #1
Kat Frankie ...
Polizist im Park #2
Brutus von Walhalla ...
Jesus (Dog)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bernd Begemann ...
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Himself (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Mann am Tropf (uncredited)
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Himself (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Herself (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
Helmut Schmidt ...
Himself (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
Gerhard Schröder ...
Himself (uncredited) (archiveFootage)

Directed by

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Dietrich Brüggemann

Written by

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Dietrich Brüggemann ... ()

Produced by

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Dietrich Brüggemann ... co-producer
Katrin Goetter ... producer
Michael Lehmann ... producer

Music by

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Dietrich Brüggemann

Cinematography by

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Alexander Sass

Film Editing by

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Vincent Assmann

Editorial Department

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Vincent Assmann ... trailer editor: international version

Casting By

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Zora Rux

Production Design by

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Theresia Anna Ficus

Costume Design by

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Juliane Maier

Makeup Department

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Jana Kalgajeva ... makeup artist
Jan Kempkens-Odemski ... makeup artist
Nicolay Lißner ... additional makeup artist (as Nicolay Mayer)
Grete Pfleger ... additional make-up/hair

Production Management

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Christian Anslinger ... unit manager
Florian Bothe ... set manager
Matthias Braun ... unit manager
Henning Falk ... unit production manager
Holger Härtl ... production manager
Tina Mersmann ... post-production supervisor
Jan Müller-Jeppsson ... unit manager
Jan Zigulla ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Stefanie Antonia Wermeling ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Marie-Luise Best ... assistant production designer
Christoph Klose ... prop builder
Trinka Lat ... set dresser
Virginia Leffke ... assistant property master: indoor
Peter Naguib ... property master: outdoor
Ludwig Schult ... set dresser
Stefan Sellin ... property master: indoor
Constanze Siedenburg ... graphic artist

Sound Department

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Andreas Drost ... a.d.r. mixer
Martin Frühmorgen ... supervising sound editor
Benjamin Hörbe ... sound editor
Jörg Klinkenberg ... foley artist
Tina Laschke ... sound effects editor
Holger Lehmann ... re-recording mixer
Jan Meyerdierks ... adr mixer
Immo Trümpelmann ... dialogue editor

Special Effects by

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Claudius Rauch ... special effects supervisor
Thomas Trocha ... special effects technician

Visual Effects by

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Thomas Diesselhorst ... digital artist / titles
Dirk Frischmuth ... digital compositor
Frank Hellmann ... digital intermediate supervisor
Markus 'Maggi' Selchow ... visual effects artist / visual effects supervisor

Stunts

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Marco Albrecht ... stunt coordinator
Sascha Girndt ... stunts
Wanja Götz ... stunts
Oliver Juhrs ... stunts
René Lay ... stunts
Bruno Montani ... stunt performer
Daniela Stein ... stunts
Eskindir Tesfay ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Dominik Bodammer ... video operator
Sven Brinkmann ... key grip
Henning Gebhardt ... camera: unit b
Olaf Klein ... first assistant camera
Martin Knispel ... digital imaging technician
Younes Labdi ... second assistant camera
Kai Lachmann ... first assistant camera
Florian Schwarz ... second assistant camera
Marco Teuchert ... gaffer
Moritz Weber ... additional grip

Casting Department

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Marie-Christine Roder ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Agnés Claude ... additional wardrobe
Karin Faltlhauser ... additional wardrobe
Anna Klering ... assistant costume designer
Lena Nienaber ... additional wardrobe
Ildiko Okolicsanyi ... wardrobe
Sonia Inés Rocha ... costume patination
Melanie Salfert ... additional wardrobe
Kerstina Schemmel ... wardrobe
Diana Wangler ... additional wardrobe

Location Management

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Matthias Braun ... location scout
Alexander Groh ... location scout
Tatjana Liebenow ... location scout
Benno Pastewka ... location manager
Gernot Zeglien ... location scout
Martin Zillger ... location manager / locations scout

Music Department

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David Assmann ... musician: ukulele
Pia Hoffmann ... music supervisor

Transportation Department

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Jan Hufnagel ... production driver
Axel Kirst ... production driver

Other crew

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Jens Bochow ... caterer
Fabian Fuchs ... post-production coordinator
Sebastian Stuertz ... opening title sequence by

Thanks

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Daniel Bickermann ... thanks
Anna Brüggemann ... thanks (as Anna)
Nikolaj Nikitin ... thanks
Sven Taddicken ... thanks
Franziska Weisz ... thanks

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Special Effects

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

The African-German writer Sebastian Klein is one of the most famous Author of Germany. To promote his latest book, he is on reading-tour through Germany and also visits the little city of Prittwitz. But there, the local Neo-Nazis give him a hit on his head and Sebastian looses his memories. Instead he is parroting everything other people tell him. Sven, the political leader of a modern National Socialist Party, recognizing the opportunity and uses Sebastian as a promotion speaker against integration. When Sebastians highly pregnant girlfriend Nina is seeing him on TV, she is shocked and starts to chase him with the policeman Sascha in order to safe him from the Neo Nazis. Written by Anonymus

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Also Known As
  • Heil - Une Farce Néonazie (France)
Runtime
  • 102 min
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Trivia The video that the boss of the constitution department is giving to his secretary to check is an actual link to the short film "One Shot" by Dietrich Brüggemann, the director of "Heil", starring some of the actors from "Heil". He posted this video on his own YouTube-Channel. The film is a no-budget-movie about xenophobia, in which a young man named Kerem explains the issues about being gay in societies and a couple of people who make a movie about it. See more »
Movie Connections References Tatort (1965). See more »
Crazy Credits The opening credits, displayed over newspaper articles, nazi related footage etc, keep changing the fonts to the rhythm of the theme song, some of them are styled after German Newspapers, like "Bild", "Spiegel" etc. See more »
Quotes Sebastian Klein: [repeated line while he has amnesia ] Pillow fight!
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