Three sisters made in Germany (2005)

November 1947 in Frauenberg, a little garison town in southern German. The town's only relief from a hard postwar winter is a "social event" to lift the hopes of the community: the wedding of the regiment commander Colonel Bellmont to Freya Sonnenberg, the second of three daughters in a respected family. Freya is looking forward to leaving her dreary existence behind her for a new life in the USA. Nora,the oldest of the sisters, views the marriage as a way to exonerate her late father, the former mayor, who had been victimized by local intrigues in the past. She is also in love with Jacob Goldblum, a former concentration-camp-prisoner and blackmarketeer. Gudrun, nicknamed "Guddi", the youngest sister and a free-wheeling spirit, has to contend with a blackmailer who, on the eve of the wedding, says that Freya was once the lover of a Nazi boss. The sisters meet the challenge in a night of ups and downs - until a catastrophe of another sort bursts upon the scene.

Besetzung

Karoline Eichhorn, Barbara Rudnik, Mavie Hörbiger, Christopher Buchholz, Stefan Kurt, Felix Eitner, Matthias Brandt u.v.a.

Stab

Regie
Oliver Storz

Drehbuch
Oliver Storz

Kamera
Gernot Roll

Schnitt
Heidi Handorf

Ton
Wolfgang Wirtz

Musik
Klaus Doldinger

Szenenbild
Klaus Peter Platten

Licht
Harald Hauschuldt

Producer
Nina Klamroth

Produzent
Regina Ziegler

Redaktion
Doris Heinze, NDR

Infos

Sender
ARD


This DVD is available commercially.
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