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Emerald Green (2016)

Smaragdgrün (original title)
Adaptation of the final part of famous time-travel trilogy. Gwendolyn's heart is broken, will she trust Gideon again? There's no time to wallow in tears. Something unbelievable happens, and Gwendolyn finds herself in the race against time.


Katharina Schöde (screenplay), Felix Fuchssteiner (screenplay) | 2 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kostja Ullmann ... James A.P. Pimplebottom
Josefine Preuß ... Lucy Montrose
Maria Ehrich ... Gwendolyn Shepherd
Jannis Niewöhner ... Gideon de Villiers
Lion Wasczyk Lion Wasczyk ... Raphael de Villiers
Johannes von Matuschka Johannes von Matuschka ... Mr. Whitman
Matthias Winde Matthias Winde ... Mr. Mosely
Rolf Kanies ... William de Villiers
Jennifer Lotsi Jennifer Lotsi ... Leslie
Amelie Plaas-Link Amelie Plaas-Link ... Serena
Laura Berlin ... Charlotte Montrose
Chris Tall ... Gordon Gelderman
Timur Isik Timur Isik ... Mr. Marley
Roman Kohnle Roman Kohnle ... Fahrer Loge
Karl Walter Sprungala Karl Walter Sprungala ... Shakespeare


After the events of Sapphire Blue Gwen is heartbroken and confused about who she is and what the real powers of the Raven are. Not knowing who they can trust anymore, Gwen and Leslie try to figure out what nefarious plots the Count has up his sleeve with the help of a sassy gargoyle. Using her personal chronograph Gwen attempts to discover the tightly knit secrets the Lodge has been keeping. Will Gwen be able to turn to Gideon in her time of need or is her mistrust in him justified enough to separate them forever? Written by ZR

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When Rakoczy and his two goons are chasing Gwendolyn and Gideon, they are shooting them multiple times with single-shot pistols without stopping to reload. See more »

Alternate Versions

The DVD contains an alternate ending where Gwendolyn, instead of drinking it herself, pours the liquid into Gideon's drink, thereby allowing him to become immortal. See more »


Follows Sapphire Blue (2014) See more »


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The German answer to Harry Potter, Hunger Games and a few others
15 February 2019 | by ersbelSee all my reviews

The German answer to Harry Potter, Hunger Games and a few others. The books are a mix of popular books on German library shelves. The films go deeper, copying as much as possible from the more polished movies that have come before. The results are even worse than the team could have made because of the limited budget.

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Release Date:

7 July 2016 (Germany) See more »

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Color | Black and White (closing scenes)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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