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Summer of 1944. Young baroness Barbara is getting married. Her husband, Alexander, leaves to the war and disappears after giving Barbara the amber amulet as symbol of their love. Soviet soldiers, commanded by Major Belyaev are placed in the estate of Barbara parents. Barbara falls in love with a Russian officer.

  1. Gabi Kubach

    Director

  2. Peter Prange

    Novel

  3. Sue Schwerin von Krosigk

    Writer

  4. Wilfried Schwerin von Krosigk

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Muriel Baumeister

    Muriel Baumeister

    Barbara Reichenbach

  2. Merab Ninidze

    Merab Ninidze

    Michael Belajew

  3. Michael von Au

    Michael von Au

    Alexander Reichenbach

  4. Nadeshda Brennicke

    Nadeshda Brennicke

    Elisabeth Markwitz

  5. Nadja Tiller

    Nadja Tiller

    Gunhild

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The Amber Amulet
The Amber Amulet

Facts

Original Title Das Bernstein-Amulett

Status Released

Release Information

  • May 5, 2004
    Theatrical

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Original Language German

Runtime 3h 0m

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