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According to an African fairy tale, every child receives a song from their parents that they carry with them throughout their lives. Richard, an orphaned Tanzanian immigrant, has never had his own song. How he got one before his unexpected death and the significant, though unintended, roles played by the dark-tourism entrepreneur Drakuhl, the gray-haired hair model Barney and the heavy-drinking music teacher Kiesel won't be revealed here. Merely that the song Dead Man Play becomes an international hit.

  1. Antonin Svoboda

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Heinz Strunk


  3. Dirk Stermann


  4. Christoph Grissemann


Top Billed Cast

  1. Dirk Stermann

    Dirk Stermann

    Bernhard "Barney" Schweinheimer

  2. Christoph Grissemann

    Christoph Grissemann

    Dragan "Drakul" Kuhl

  3. Heinz Strunk

    Heinz Strunk

    Michael Kiesel

  4. Davis O. Nejo

    Richard Song

  5. Wolfgang Hübsch

    Meinhard Gnom

Full Cast & Crew

Drei Eier im Glas
Drei Eier im Glas


Status Released

Release Information

  • April 10, 2015


Original Language German

Runtime 1h 32m

Budget -

Revenue -



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