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In Christian Petzolds (Barbara, Phoenix) haunting modern-day adaptation of Anna Segherss 1942 novel Transit Visa, Georg, a German refugee (Franz Rogowski) flees to Marseille assuming the identity of a recently deceased writer whose papers he is carrying. As German troops begin to... read full description below.

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DVD Code MMA9327
Barcode 9322225231771
Rating M
Year 2018
Runtime 97 mins
Disks 1 disk(s)
Format DVD, M
Released 11 Jul 2019
Availability Available at publisher; usually ships 5-14 working days

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Movie Information

Director Christian Petzold
Cast and Crew Franz Rogowski, Paula Beer, Godehard Giese, Lilien Batman, Maryam Zaree, Barbara Auer, Matthias Brandt, Sebastian Hulk, Emilie de Preissac, Antoine Oppenheim, Louison Tresallet, Justus von Dohnanyi, Alex Brendemuhl, Trystan Putter & Ronald Kukulies
Languages French
Audio Tracks Dolby Digital 5.1
Aspect Ratio 2.35:1
Subtitles English
Tagline Casablanca as written by Kafka

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Full details for this title

DVD Code MMA9327
Stock Available
Status Available at publisher; usually ships 5-14 working days
Publisher Madman Films
Publication Date 11 July 2019
International Publication Date 1 January 2018
Publication Country
Format DVD, M
Category Drama
Foreign Film
Number of Pages 1
Dimensions Height: 97mm
Weight Not specified - defaults to 400g
Interest Age General Audience
Number of Disks 1
Catalogue Code 994702

Description of this Movie

In Christian Petzolds (Barbara, Phoenix) haunting modern-day adaptation of Anna Segherss 1942 novel Transit Visa, Georg, a German refugee (Franz Rogowski) flees to Marseille assuming the identity of a recently deceased writer whose papers he is carrying. As German troops begin to rapidly advance on Paris, he delves into the delicate and complex culture of the refugee community, becoming tangled in the lives of a young mother and son and falling for a mysterious woman named Marie (Paula Beer). Making use of the uncanny parallels between historical fact and present-day, Petzold tells the story of a great love amid escape, exile and a longing for a place to call home.

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