Justice Trailer

Justice Trailer (1993)

14 October 1993 106 mins

Justice (German: Justiz) is a 1993 German-language film directed by Hans W. Geißendörfer. It was an international co-production between Germany and Switzerland. Based on the 1985 novel The Execution of Justice by Friedrich Dürrenmatt, the film was chosen as Germany's official submission to the 66th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film, but did not manage to receive a nomination.

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Cast

Maximilian Schell

as Isaak Kohler

Thomas Heinze

as Felix Spät

Anna Thalbach

as Helene Kohler

Norbert Schwientek

as Stüssi-Leupin

Hark Bohm

as Prof. Winter

Ulrike Kriener

as Ilse Freude

Suzanne von Borsody

as Daphne Winter

Teresa Harder

as Giselle

International Releases Dates

Germany 14 October 1993

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26 February 1993

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The Visitors Trailer (1993)

27 January 1993

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The Firm Trailer (1993)

30 June 1993

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Schindler's List Trailer (1993)

29 November 1993

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Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday Trailer (1993)

13 August 1993

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The Nightmare Before Christmas Trailer (1993)

09 October 1993

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Philadelphia Trailer (1993)

22 December 1993

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Carlito’s Way Trailer (1993)

10 November 1993

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In the Line of Fire Trailer (1993)

08 July 1993

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In the Name of the Father Trailer (1993)

12 December 1993

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Dazed and Confused Trailer (1993)

24 September 1993

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