The Last Employee Trailer

The Last Employee Trailer (2010)

26 June 2010 Horror, Mystery 88 mins

The lawyer David (Christian Berkel) has taken a job after a long period of unemployment, he can not agree with his conscience. He will liquidate a company and dismissed all employees. Despite his qualms, he does it - for his wife Irina (Jule Ronstedt) and his son Simon. But David's objections seem to be justified: threatened a young woman (Bibiane Beglau), which was denounced by him, and followed him. When he angrily to her home goes to admonish her, he finds her dead body. But that's the nightmare does not end. From then on, David is convinced haunted by her spirit to be.

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Cast

Christian Berkel

as David Böttcher

Bibiana Beglau

as Frau Blochs

Jule Ronstedt

as Irina Böttcher

International Releases Dates

Germany 26 June 2010

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