Wallers letzter Gang Trailer

Wallers letzter Gang Trailer (1989)

"Waller, an old track inspector will be forced out of work, because his railway line will be shot down. In flashbacks he reflects his past while walkin" 13 April 1989 95 mins

An idyllic valley in the Allgaeu (South-Germany). A railway line will be shot down. WALLER, an old track inspector whose life has been part of its history, will be forced out of work. Waller sets out on his final inspection. His journey becomes a journey through time: his memories lead us to people, to pleasure, to forgotten facts. Grass grows over the memory. When WALLER passes the last buffer, the tracks have disappeared beneath the high grass. Written by

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Rolf Illig

as Waller

Herbert Knaup

as Waller (jung)

Crescentia Dünßer

as Angelika Heindl

Franz Boehm

as Strumpf

Robert Naegele

as Kuiskle

International Releases Dates

Germany 13 April 1989

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