Sarajevo

(2014)

Overview

The events in Sarajevo in June 1914 are the backdrop for a thriller directed by Andreas Prochaska and written by Martin Ambrosch, focusing on the examining magistrate Dr. Leo Pfeffer (Florian Teichtmeister) investigating the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. Trying to do his job in a time of lawlessness and violence, intrigues and betrayal, Leo struggles to maintain his integrity and save his love, Marija, and her father, prominent Serbian merchant. But the events of Sarajevo have set into motion an inescapable course of events that will escalate to become … the Great War.

  1. Andreas Prochaska

    Director

  2. Martin Ambrosch

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Heino Ferch

    Heino Ferch

    Dr. Herbert Sattler

  2. Melika Foroutan

    Melika Foroutan

    Marija Jeftanović

  3. Friedrich von Thun

    Friedrich von Thun

    Sektionsrat Wiesner

  4. Edin Hasanovic

    Edin Hasanovic

    Danilo Ilic

  5. Juraj Kukura

    Juraj Kukura

    Stojan Jeftanovic

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Sarajevo
Sarajevo

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Original Title Das Attentat - Sarajevo 1914

Status Released

Release Information

  • April 23, 2014
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language German

Runtime 1h 38m

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