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The Assault of the Present on the Rest of Time Trailer (1985)

31 October 1985 Factual 106 mins

A poignant film essay about 'superfluous people' facing up to a moment of crisis in their lives.

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Jutta Hoffmann

as Gertrud Meinecke

Armin Mueller-Stahl

as Blinder Regisseur

Hans-Michael Rehberg

as Herr von Gerlach

Peter Roggisch

as Großer Chef

Rosel Zech

as Ärztin

Edgar M. Böhlke

as Schrotthändler

Alfred Edel

as Motivforscher

André Jung

as Chauffeur Max

Claudia Buckler

as Dienstmädchen Elsa

Rosemarie Fendel

as Frau von Gerlach

Hans Grimm

as Filmproduzent


Thomas Mauch

Thomas Mauch Director of Photography

Werner Lüring

Werner Lüring Director of Photography

Hermann Fahr

Hermann Fahr Director of Photography

International Titles

The Blind Director Trailer

International Releases Dates

Germany 31 October 1985

Production Companies

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