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Kaviar (2019)

Only a crazy oligarch could think of building a lavish Florence-style palace on a central bridge in the heart of Vienna. But his interpreter Nadia together with her best friend and her ... See full summary »

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Elena Tikhonova
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3 nominations. See more awards »

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Credited cast:
Margarita Breitkreiz ... Nadja
Darya Nosik ... Vera
Sabrina Reiter ... Teresa
Georg Friedrich ... Klaus
Simon Schwarz ... Ferdinand
Mikhail Evlanov Mikhail Evlanov ... Igor
Joseph Lorenz Joseph Lorenz ... Hans Zech
Robert Finster ... Don
Aurelia Burckhardt ... Bank Liechtenstein
Manfred Fuchs Manfred Fuchs ... Polizist (Police Officer)
Sandra Hartlauer Sandra Hartlauer ... Blondine
Dominic Marcus Singer ... Polizist
Alexander Stecher Alexander Stecher ... Hotel Manager
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Christoph Bittenauer Christoph Bittenauer ... Putinmaskenträger
Lucia Zamora Campos Lucia Zamora Campos ... Blondine
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Only a crazy oligarch could think of building a lavish Florence-style palace on a central bridge in the heart of Vienna. But his interpreter Nadia together with her best friend and her nanny have a just as crazy sabotage plan. Who will succeed? Written by Witcraft

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Comedy

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solid for an austrian movie
25 June 2019 | by KrhhmgSee all my reviews

As a longterm fan of g. friedrich i was looking forward to seeing this. unlike most other austrian releases, this one hardly needs any disgusting and revolting scenes. while a lot of native filmmakers try to express their hatred for their homeland through infantile humour, nazi references and incestual semi-jokes, the directress of "Kaviar" manages to create 100 minutes of light-hearted and sometimes even dramatic comedy. maybe the ending was a bit rushed but it doesn't ruin the enjoyable time before it. of course the creators can't avoid some political criticism which is uncannily accurate to recent events - but if you don't like the left, you just can't watch austrian flicks.


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Austria

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German | Russian

Release Date:

13 June 2019 (Austria) See more »

Also Known As:

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2.35 : 1
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