The Boat Is Full Trailer

The Boat Is Full Trailer (1981)

25 April 1981 Drama, History, War 101 mins

During World War II, Switzerland severely limited refugees: "Our boat is full." A train from Germany halts briefly in an isolated corner of Switzerland. Six people jump off seeking asylum: four Jews, a French child, and a German soldier. They seek temporary refuge with a couple who run a village inn. They pose as a family: the deserter as husband, Judith as his wife, an old man from Vienna as her father, his granddaughter and the French lad, whom they beg to keep silent, as their children. Judith's teenage brother poses as a soldier. The fabrication unravels through chance and the local constable's exact investigation. Whom will the Swiss allow to stay? Who gets deported?

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Cast

Tina Engel

as Judith Krueger

Hans Diehl

as Hannes Krueger

Mathias Gnädinger

as Franz Flueckiger

Curt Bois

as Lazar Ostrowskij

Martin Walz

as Olaf Landau

Ilse Bahrs

as Mrs. Ostrowskij

Gerd David

as Karl Schneider

Crew

George Reinhart

George Reinhart Executive Producer

Hans Liechti

Hans Liechti Director of Photography

International Releases Dates

Germany 18 December 1981

United States 25 April 1981

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