Rosemary

(1958)
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Overview

West Germany in '50s is becoming an economic superpower. In such climate, Rosemarie is just one of many enterpreneurs who wants her piece of new fortune. She uses her charms to bring members of West German industrial elite to her bed. There she finds business secrets and later sells them to French competition. However, when scandal errupts, Rosemarie would find that she can't beat the system.

  1. Rolf Thiele

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Rolf Ulrich

    Screenplay

  3. Jo Herbst

    Screenplay

  4. Erich Kuby

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Nadja Tiller

    Nadja Tiller

    Rosemarie Nitribitt

  2. Peter van Eyck

    Peter van Eyck

    Fribert

  3. Carl Raddatz

    Carl Raddatz

    Hartog

  4. Gert Fröbe

    Gert Fröbe

    Bruster

  5. Hanne Wieder

    Marga

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Facts

Original Title Das Mädchen Rosemarie

Status Released

Release Information

  • June 28, 1958
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language German

Runtime 1h 41m

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