Apprehension Trailer

Apprehension Trailer (1982)

18 February 1982 Drama 96 mins

Inge Herold is in her mid-thirties. She is divorced and lives with her 15-year-old son. She works as a psychologist and social worker and is involved with a married man. Suddenly, Inge finds out she may have breast cancer, which would mean an operation the very next day. The 24 hours before the planned surgery puts her under enormous psychological pressure and she begins to reevaluate her life. With heightened awareness of matters of everyday life, she realizes that what she previously considered meaningful, was actually void of any real meaning.

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Cast

Christine Schorn

as Inge Herold

Hermann Beyer

as Dieter Schramm

Mike Lepke

as Lutz

International Releases Dates

Germany 18 February 1982

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