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A life-threatening heart attack confines Richard Roth to the hospital bed. There, Richard, who is in his late fifties, asks himself what will remain of him and his life. What happened to his four daughters? Do they take after him? How have they developed? His youngest daughter Nanny, who is still living with her father, gets her three other siblings to Weimar to visit their father.

  1. Erwin Stranka

    Director, Writer

  2. Walter Stranka

    Writer

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  1. Dietrich Mechow

    Richard Roth

  2. Ursula Karusseit

    Ursula Karusseit

    Ruth

  3. Dorit Gäbler

    Dorit Gäbler

    Eva

  4. Karin Düwel

    Karin Düwel

    Gerda

  5. Petra Blossey

    Petra Blossey

    Nanny

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Die Stunde der Töchter
Die Stunde der Töchter

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  • February 26, 1981
    Theatrical

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Original Language German

Runtime 1h 37m

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