Please, Let the Flowers Live Trailer

Please, Let the Flowers Live Trailer (1986)

25 September 1986 Drama 90 mins

A lawyer who survives a plane crash takes the opportunity to take a new identity and begin a new life.

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Crew

Luggi Waldleitner

Luggi Waldleitner Executive Producer

Charly Steinberger

Charly Steinberger Cinematography

Frank Duval

Original Music Composer

International Releases Dates

Germany 25 September 1986

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