Sunday Girls

(2006)
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'Sunday Girls' is a portrait of four young German actresses: Laura Tonke, Nicolette Krebitz, Katharina Schuettler and Inga Birkenfeld. They are members of a new group of young actresses who try to put their passion for films into practice, away from the mainstream TV market. Their individuality and their will to remain independent is what makes them so interesting... their luck, their fears, their goals, the things that life is made up of... "Of course I'm a little in love with them, that's how all films start." (director RP Kahl)

  1. Rolf Peter Kahl

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Laura Tonke

    Laura Tonke

  2. Nicolette Krebitz

    Nicolette Krebitz

  3. Katharina Schüttler

    Katharina Schüttler

  4. Inga Birkenfeld

    Inga Birkenfeld

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Sunday Girls

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Original Title Mädchen am Sonntag

Status Released

Release Information

  • June 30, 2005
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    No age restriction.

Original Language German

Runtime 1h 19m

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