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Wir sind das Volk : Liebe kennt keine Grenzen

Author: Anja KlingHans-Werner MeyerMatthias KoeberlinLino SliskovicRonald ZehrfeldAll authors
Publisher: Munich, Germany : Constantin Film, [2008]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : GermanView all editions and formats
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Set against the backdrop of political events in the fall of 1989, the television drama is about a number of personal stories proving that the "soft" revolution was rather distracting.
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Genre/Form: Feature films
Fiction films
Historical films
Fiction television programs
Political films
Political television programs
Historical television programs
Made-for-TV movies
Drama
History
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Anja Kling; Hans-Werner Meyer; Matthias Koeberlin; Lino Sliskovic; Ronald Zehrfeld; Anna Fischer; Oliver Bröcker; Jörg Schüttauf; Kirsten Block; Felicitas Woll; Hiener Lauterbach; Thomas Berger; Viola Jäger; Harald Kügler; Molly von Fürstenberg; Silke Zertz; Olga Film GmbH.; Sat.1 (Television network); Constantin Film (Firm)
OCLC Number: 316875557
Language Note: German soundtrack.
Notes: Originally released as television film (based on television miniseries broadcast in Germany in 1989) released in 90 minutes/125 minutes versions in 2008.
"DVD of the film was released on 8 October 2008"--Wikipedia.
Booklet (3 p. ; ill.) with short biographies and filmographies of the main cast inserted in container.
Credits: Cinematography, Gero Steffen; editing, Monika Abspacher; music, Dieter Schleip.
Cast: Hiener Lauterbach, Hans-Werner Meyer, Anja Kling, Felicitas Woll, Matthias Koeberlin, Lino Sliskovic, Ronald Zehrfeld, Anna Fischer, Oliver Brocker, Jorg Schuttauf, and Kristen Block.
Awards: Bavarian TV Awards 2009: Best Actress in a Movie Made for Television (Anja Kling) and Best Writing (Silke Zertz). Golden Camera, Germany 2009: Best German Actress (Anja Kling).
Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 186 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD-9; region 2; aspect ratio: 16:9 (1:78:1); Dolby Digital 5.1 sound format.
Other Titles: Final days
Tag, an dem die Mauer fiel
Wall, the final days
Untergang der DDR
Responsibility: Sat.1 zeight ; eine Olga Film Produktion ; in Koproduktion mit Sat.1 ; buch, Silke Zertz ; produzenten Viola Jäger, Harald Kügler, Molly von Fürstenberg ; regie, Thomas Berger.

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Set against the backdrop of political events in the fall of 1989, the television drama is about a number of personal stories proving that the "soft" revolution was rather distracting.

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