Wer war Edgar Allan? Trailer

Wer war Edgar Allan? Trailer (1984)

11 April 1984 83 mins

A nihilistic art student meets the mysterious Edgar Allen at a coffee shop in Venice. The fascination for the older man soon turns into paranoia.

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Cast

Paulus Manker

as Student

Rolf Hoppe

as Edgar Allan

Guido Wieland

as Anwalt

Crew

International Releases Dates

Austria 11 April 1984

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