Welcome to Germany Trailer

Welcome to Germany Trailer (1988)

04 May 1988 Drama 98 mins

An American filmmaker travels to modern day Berlin to make a film based on a real-life incident from 1942 in which 13 Jewish prisoners from a concentration camp were promised freedom if they appeared in a German propaganda film. Unfortunately, the Germans lied. The psychological process undergone by the modern filmmaker while shooting the story provides the basis of this arty and challenging film.

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Cast

Tony Curtis

as Mr. Cornfield

Alexandra Stewart

as Mrs. Cornfield

Karin Baal

as Frau Tenzer

Charles Regnier

as Silbermann

George Tabori

as Rabbiner

Peter Lohmeyer

as 1. SS Mann

Irm Hermann

as KZ-Kommandantin

Leslie Malton

as Freundin

Harry Baer

as Grenzbeamter

Anna Thalbach

as 1. Mädchen

International Titles

Der Passagier Trailer

International Releases Dates

Germany 04 May 1988

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