The Goat Horn

(1984)
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Two adolescents, Sauly and Mick, get to know each other while hitchhiking and stick together for the long haul. They both want to reach the ocean, which is some thousand kilometers away. An old car picks them up, but the trip ends shortly thereafter in a sleazy motel. At the bar, a man named Landolfi approaches them. He explains to Sauly that he must have sold his guardian angel to a man by the name of Miller in the city of Prince. Though the boys do not believe in guardian angels, Sauly slowly succumbs to his own fears. He would like to have his guardian angel back again. On their trip, Sauly becomes sick. Mick works on a farm to pay the doctor's bills. Once Sauly is well, they travel farther - until they reach Prince. In this mysterious city, all of the people are named Miller, and once Sauly and Mick finally are at the ocean, they meet Landolfi once more.

  1. Frank Beyer

    Director

  2. Christoph Meckel

    Novel

  3. Ulrich Plenzdorf

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Dieter Montag

    Dieter Montag

    Viktor

  2. Marie Gruber

    Marie Gruber

    Plättbrett

  3. Bernd Michael Lade

    Bernd Michael Lade

    Punker

  4. Jeff Dominiak

    Sauly

  5. Bert Löper

    Mick

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The Goat Horn

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Original Title Bockshorn

Status Released

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  • March 29, 1984
    Theatrical

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Original Language German

Runtime 1h 43m

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