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Based on the childhood memories of actor Michael Degen, the movie deals with the everyday struggle to survive as a Jewish boy in Nazi Germany. As his father had died in 1940 after being released from the Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Michael and his mother fear to be deported themselves. They manage to live in Berlin with false names and faked papers, hidden by several, often broken, people...

  1. Jo Baier

    Director, Teleplay, Writer

  2. Michael Degen

    Novel

Top Billed Cast

  1. Nadja Uhl

    Nadja Uhl

    Anna Degen

  2. Axel Prahl

    Axel Prahl

    Erwin Redlich

  3. Hannelore Elsner

    Hannelore Elsner

    Ludmilla Dimitrieff

  4. Dagmar Manzel

    Dagmar Manzel

    Martchen

  5. Merab Ninidze

    Merab Ninidze

    Russischer Offizier

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Nicht alle waren Mörder
Nicht alle waren Mörder

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Status Released

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  • November 1, 2006
    TV

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Original Language German

Runtime 1h 32m

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