Men...

(1985)
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Overview

A successful, womanizing middle-aged man decides to move out of the house he shares with his wife after she confesses to having an affair. He looks for a new place to live and ends up moving into his wife's lover's apartment as a roommate. The husband begins to take an interest in the artistic work of the lover and coaches him for a big job interview. Little does he know that the job he's helping the lover to get is within his own company... A story about strange circumstances and the limits of friendship.

  1. Doris Dörrie

    Director, Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Heiner Lauterbach

    Heiner Lauterbach

    Julius Armbrust

  2. Uwe Ochsenknecht

    Uwe Ochsenknecht

    Stefan Lachner

  3. Ulrike Kriener

    Ulrike Kriener

    Paula Armbrust

  4. Dietmar Bär

    Dietmar Bär

    Lothar

  5. Edith Volkmann

    Frau Lennart

Full Cast & Crew

Men...
Men...

Facts

Original Title Männer

Status Released

Release Information

  • July 30, 1986
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language German

Runtime 1h 35m

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93

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