Gisela

(2005)
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Gisela is a young wife and mother, living in a working class German Housing Scheme. She is a supermarket cashier, her husband a delivery driver. The marriage is stale but together they are working their way up into the middle class. George and Gisela evidently knew each other as teenagers. They live on the same scheme and George introduces her to his friend Paul. There is instant mutual attraction. Gisela spontaneously goes to a party that they invite her to that evening, where she and Paul begin a sexual relationship.

  1. Isabelle Stever

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Anke Stelling

    Novel, Screenplay

  3. Robert Dannenberg

    Novel

Top Billed Cast

  1. Anne Weinknecht

    Anne Weinknecht

    Gisela

  2. Carlo Ljubek

    Carlo Ljubek

    Paul

  3. Stefan Rudolf

    Stefan Rudolf

    Georg

  4. Horst Markgraf

    Mirko

  5. Paul Oberpichler

    Stefan

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Gisela

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Status Released

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  • June 27, 2005
    Theatrical

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Original Language German

Runtime 1h 30m

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