Die Jungen von der Paulstraße Trailer

Die Jungen von der Paulstraße Trailer (2003)

03 December 2003 180 mins

A drama directed by Maurizio Zaccaro. Runtime for the Austrian theatrical version: 96 minutes. Runtime for the Italian television version: 180 minutes.

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Cast

Mario Adorf

as Janó

Virna Lisi

as Edit Horváth

Gáspár Mesés

as Ernö Nemecsek

Nancy Brilli

as Nemecsek's Mother

Christian Kohlund

as Padre Boka

Crew

International Titles

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International Releases Dates

Italy 03 December 2003

Production Companies

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